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no freesync?

and dang was about to pull the trigger til i saw that.

Edit: For some reason freesync doesn't seem to exist on any of these 32" 16:9 2kers, or barely. Weird.

Edit: Pulled the trigger. Hope I like it! Due to no tax was like $237 out the door or something like that, with paying for 4.99 3 day shipping amd neweggs 2.99 extortion same day shipping fee just to be safe. cant beat that! Replacing old Samsung 27" 1080P with like, 1.5" (literally just measured at between 1.25 and 1.5") bezels. I just couldn't stand those bezels anymore.

I might have rather had a 34" 21:9, but is it worth $500-$600 instead of barely over $200 to me? Naw.

Since I stare at this monitor hours a day, 4 days a week, it's gonna be a HUGE change, hope the shock isn't too much and/or is positive!
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no freesync?

and dang was about to pull the trigger til i saw that.

Edit: For some reason freesync doesn't seem to exist on any of these 32" 16:9 2kers, or barely. Weird.

Edit: Pulled the trigger. Hope I like it! Due to no tax was like $237 out the door or something like that, with paying for 4.99 3 day shipping amd neweggs 2.99 extortion same day shipping fee just to be safe. cant beat that! Replacing old Samsung 27" 1080P with like, 1.5" (literally just measured at between 1.25 and 1.5") bezels. I just couldn't stand those bezels anymore.

I might have rather had a 34" 21:9, but is it worth $500-$600 instead of barely over $200 to me? Naw.

Since I stare at this monitor hours a day, 4 days a week, it's gonna be a HUGE change, hope the shock isn't too much and/or is positive!
The 32" AOC had FreeSync. You know about that one, right? Sale is over but Best Buy has it for $250 now.
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no freesync?

and dang was about to pull the trigger til i saw that.

Edit: For some reason freesync doesn't seem to exist on any of these 32" 16:9 2kers, or barely. Weird.

Edit: Pulled the trigger. Hope I like it! Due to no tax was like $237 out the door or something like that, with paying for 4.99 3 day shipping amd neweggs 2.99 extortion same day shipping fee just to be safe. cant beat that! Replacing old Samsung 27" 1080P with like, 1.5" (literally just measured at between 1.25 and 1.5") bezels. I just couldn't stand those bezels anymore.

I might have rather had a 34" 21:9, but is it worth $500-$600 instead of barely over $200 to me? Naw.

Since I stare at this monitor hours a day, 4 days a week, it's gonna be a HUGE change, hope the shock isn't too much and/or is positive!
The HP Omen 32 has freesync and can sometimes be found refurb around the same price. I bought the HP Pavilion 32 for my wife a while back for $199 which is the same panel but without freesync (although there might be a way to force freesync on it)
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No reason to even make a 1440p monitor unless its 144hz. It's either 4k or 1440p 144hz, or 1080p.
Not everyone uses these for gaming. 1440p has the advantage over 4K of not requiring scaling which is still pretty poor in some programs.
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I bought this monitor a couple months ago, it has been great. I do a lot of 3D modeling and gaming and have had no issues at all. The colors are super vibrant and games look/run great at 2K. It wasn't listed when I bought it, but it does include the DisplayPort cable.
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I bought this monitor a couple months ago, it has been great. I do a lot of 3D modeling and gaming and have had no issues at all. The colors are super vibrant and games look/run great at 2K. It wasn't listed when I bought it, but it does include the DisplayPort cable.
I read on Newegg that someone has issues with this monitor going to Sleep mode on its own and cannot be configured via display properties or control panel. Once in Sleep Mode, it would disconnect itself from the computer.

You have never encountered this? If you had, what was your solution to the fix.

I have a Qnix UHD3216R 4K monitor that I bought from Newegg about 1 year ago, it has major Burn in / Ghosting of what you were working on last, now it has given the Rainbow of Lines on my screen, basically it done.

Looking to replace it with a 32"-40" iSP monitor.
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No reason to even make a 1440p monitor unless its 144hz. It's either 4k or 1440p 144hz, or 1080p.
that's a pretty stupid comment you got there champ...
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The HP Omen 32 has freesync and can sometimes be found refurb around the same price. I bought the HP Pavilion 32 for my wife a while back for $199 which is the same panel but without freesync (although there might be a way to force freesync on it)
I have the OMEN and can confirm; it is a VA panel though, not IPS
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Not everyone uses these for gaming. 1440p has the advantage over 4K of not requiring scaling which is still pretty poor in some programs.
You can always lower the resolution to 1440p when needed.
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No reason to even make a 1440p monitor unless its 144hz. It's either 4k or 1440p 144hz, or 1080p.
Are you stupid, or just ignorant? Lol
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You can always lower the resolution to 1440p when needed.
Then you get non-integer scaling which makes everything look bad. This was fine to do back in the CRT days, but not with LCDs.
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Then you get non-integer scaling which makes everything look bad. This was fine to do back in the CRT days, but not with LCDs.
Yes, so it depends how many apps and how often you need that.
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Yes, so it depends how many apps and how often you need that.
Correct. No one ever wants to change their Windows resolution, so the question is do your programs work fine with Windows' scaling? If so, 4K is fine, if not then 1440p is definitely something to consider. That's why it's worth having 1440p 60Hz screens. Guy I originally replied to said they're not worth making.
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