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Pixio PXC32 32 inch 144Hz WQHD 2560 x 1440 Wide Screen AMD Freesync 1440p Curved Gaming Monitor - $349.99 + Free Shipping

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Pixio via Newegg [newegg.com] has Pixio PXC32 32 inch 144Hz WQHD 2560 x 1440 Wide Screen AMD Freesync 1440p Curved Gaming Monitor for $349.99
  • 32 inch WQHD 2560x1440p Curved Gaming Monitor
  • Samsung VA technology, 178° Viewing Angle & headset stand
  • 144hz Refresh Rate
  • AMD Freesync Adaptive Sync Technology
  • CONNECTIVITY: DP, HDMI
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What's the hold up, it's quiet here? Only negative ive seen is people having a bad cable which is a quick fix.

edit: figured it out.. repost lol
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What's the hold up, it's quiet here? Only negative ive seen is people having a bad cable which is a quick fix.

edit: figured it out.. repost lol
Where is the original post? Did a search on Pixio, no recent post of this model.
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32 needs 4k
144hz doe
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32 needs 4k
Not at all. 1440p is sharp and 144hz doe
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Amazing deal
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32 needs 4k
Um... No. You obviously have never tried 1440 @144hz
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Is WQHD not at good as HDR? I see the 27" Pixio deal also is still live. Debating which would be better. The curved screen over flat surface seems enticing, but personally have no experience with curved display and gaming. :/
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Is WQHD not at good as HDR? I see the 27" Pixio deal also is still live. Debating which would be better. The curved screen over flat surface seems enticing, but personally have no experience with curved display and gaming. :/
I'd say it depends on the degree of curve. I have a 35" 1080p ultrawide 2000R which is tame and not really noticeable. This is compared to a 27", I'm guessing 1600R, I saw at BB which is what convinced me to go with a curved screen in the first place.
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I'm just going to go ahead and repost my thoughts from the last pixio deal:

I've ordered two pxc32 monitors from pixio, both of which had dead pixels upon arrival. I went ahead and bought the even more expensive px329, thinking "well if i spend more money, i must have a better chance of getting something of quality, right?" wrong. third monitor has shown up and has a cluster of stuck/ dead pixels on the right side of the screen, on top of the flimsy stand making the monitor completely crooked and unlevel. this one is going right back in the box as well as the other two and being sent straight back.

three different monitors within one week, all with dead/stuck pixels. sent every single one back. terrible. from my personal experience, just avoid pixio. this is horrible.

if you like this monitor, monoprice has a model that is extremely similar to this in build, same panel, and has an adjustable stand for $399 when you use the code "fiddy" at checkout. not as good as 350, no, but what monoprice does offer is a perfect pixel guarantee for one year. i have one in the mail arriving thursday.
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Is WQHD not at good as HDR? I see the 27" Pixio deal also is still live. Debating which would be better. The curved screen over flat surface seems enticing, but personally have no experience with curved display and gaming. :/
WQHD is the resolution and is different from HDR. WQHD is 2k and is really nice for gaming. HDR is the different between the black and white colors and contrast.
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1440p at 31.5" is the same PPI (pixel per inch) as 1080p 24". If 1080p at 24" is to blurry for you, don't buy.
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1440p at 31.5" is the same PPI (pixel per inch) as 1080p 24". If 1080p at 24" is to blurry for you, don't buy.
exactly as i thought
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1440p at 31.5" is the same PPI (pixel per inch) as 1080p 24". If 1080p at 24" is to blurry for you, don't buy.
Good point to consider!​
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