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What's better deal?
This or Samsung curved 32inch with 4ms lag, (VA instead of ips) for 160.
I think both have same resolution.
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If you're buying a 32 inch monitor, 1920x1080 sure seems like a low resolution.
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So 32 inch should be 4k?
but I am not sure if my graphics card can do 4k (rx 560)
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If you're buying a 32 inch monitor, 1920x1080 sure seems like a low resolution.
not for the grannies out there with bad eyes. but yeah 24" 1080 is just right. Everything bigger needs higher res. I'm used to 55" 4k but had to scoot back a bit further.
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So 32 inch should be 4k?
but I am not sure if my graphics card can do 4k (rx 560)Unle
Unless you have really bad eyes, 32" should be 2K or 4K. 1920x1080 is really low for that size. And any modern graphics card including the 560 can do 4k easily on at least 2 monitors.
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not for the grannies out there with bad eyes. but yeah 24" 1080 is just right. Everything bigger needs higher res. I'm used to 55" 4k but had to scoot back a bit further.
Hey boobies. For ppl who are not grannies with bad eyes, should 32 inch monitors be 4k even with rx560 card?
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Unless you have really bad eyes, 32" should be 2K or 4K. 1920x1080 is really low for that size. And any modern graphics card including the 560 can do 4k easily on at least 2 monitors.
Ok. I guess I'll have to look for a smaller 4k tv since I can't find any good deals on 32 inch 4k monitors.

This and curved 32" Samsung seemed like a good deal but they are both 1080p.

So maybe a 43" 4k tv would work?
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Ok. I guess I'll have to look for a smaller 4k tv since I can't find any good deals on 32 inch 4k monitors.

This and curved 32" Samsung seemed like a good deal but they are both 1080p.

So maybe a 43" 4k tv would work?
Yes, but keep in mind that TVs have much higher latencies than computer monitors. Check the TV model at rtings.com to see how well it would work as a monitor. You will also need HDMI 2.0 output on your video card, but most modern video cards have this (including the RX560).
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Ok. I guess I'll have to look for a smaller 4k tv since I can't find any good deals on 32 inch 4k monitors.

This and curved 32" Samsung seemed like a good deal but they are both 1080p.

So maybe a 43" 4k tv would work?
For this price you will be fine. Don't jump on the pixel hype. If you are just a casual user it will be awesome at this price.
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I'm using a TCL 55S515 I picked up in mid July for 4K monitor (around $430 then, but you can buy for $400 now), and I'm really happy with it with my Win7/1050Ti. It has nice HDR (for when you watch movies), and is bright enough on Rting recommended settings used as a monitor.

I have no need to do more than 60 FPS on my computer, so this won't work if you need more than 60FPS, but it is great as a monitor for many many windows have them visible.

I have it on a big table viewing basically at a full arm's length away, and I can say everything is crisp and legible. Of course, you can always zoom to adjust text size in browsers, or adjust DPI with windows. This is my solution until 4K monitor at 40's inches range becomes more economical. I don't really see any significant lag on it, using it from my computer.
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not for the grannies out there with bad eyes. but yeah 24" 1080 is just right. Everything bigger needs higher res. I'm used to 55" 4k but had to scoot back a bit further.
I'd buy this in a heartbeat for Grandma but she swears her eyes are perfect. She scaled Windows to 200% on her 22" monitor but what do I know...
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For this price you will be fine. Don't jump on the pixel hype. If you are just a casual user it will be awesome at this price.
most of the time is still spent reading on a monitor. Visible pixels and text far bigger than you need are annoying but if you just sit back further you're fine. In normal work type situations this is a waste of space.
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Ordered this for one of my employees at the office. They use excel sometimes but mostly typing invoices. Is the resolution good enough?
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Hey boobies. For ppl who are not grannies with bad eyes, should 32 inch monitors be 4k even with rx560 card?
Bro, the reason for going 4k is the sharper image. If you don't mind being able to see actual pixels then this is good enough for you, esp being IPS display.

For 4k gaming yes, this card wont suffice. But if you do get 4k monitor, you maybe upgrading our rig some time for which 4k monitor might come in handy. For 4k video, card will do fine.
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