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Principle Matter 27” 4K 144Hz HDR G-Sync Monitor + FS $424.99

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Looks like HDR400 as well, anyone has experience with it?
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11-09-2019 at 11:27 AM
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Wish it was 32". You're not too far off well known brands at $425
I don't think you noticed that this is a 4k 144hz panel.
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11-09-2019 at 01:51 PM
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Not sure how much 4k will matter on a 27"

Even my 27" 1080p looks "good enough" compared to my 27" 1440p.
I can agree that it's a bit redundant but in terms of pricing, this is much cheaper than the alternatives.
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Seller: IMPC through Rakuten
Model Number: PM27UHR

4K gaming monitor @ 27", strange...

Anyone considering this should see the reviews, and discussion on Massdrop.

https://drop.com/buy/principal-ma...ws#reviews
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This is Free-Sync not G-SYNC btw.
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This takes a firmware update to get this G-Sync ready and 1440p running at 144hz. Needs two DP cables to get it run at 144hz@4k (not sure if it has color loss). HDMI is 2.0. Freesync range is 48-60Hz
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I didn't think we'd be seeing sub-$500 4k/144hz monitors this year, that's dope.

Now where's the 2080 ti deals? Frown

I'm holding out til 2020 when HDMI 2.1 GPUs arrive God willing and I can hook my PC up to a LG OLED for 4k/120.
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This is Free-Sync not G-SYNC btw.
Same thing unless ur talking g sync ultimate.
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Same thing unless ur talking g sync ultimate.
I'm running a gsync next to a freesync and concur. I'm not pretty many smart but my eyeballs cant tell the difference.
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I'm running a gsync next to a freesync and concur. I'm not pretty many smart but my eyeballs cant tell the difference.
Nvidia had g sync that had a specific hardware component but now allows the use of free sync (an adaptive sync standard) for all of their newwer gpus but the settings are still called g sync. The only ones that are g sync only now still carry an fpga and are becoming rarer as they r usually a lot more expensive
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Just adding this here so I can remember what I read when I eventually come back to buy this monitor at a future date with Rakuten points I'm racking up the last couple days

"For full-array backlight options we already know about the exciting 27" flat panel (panel part now confirmed as M270QAN02.2), with an IPS-type AHVA panel, 3840 x 2160 resolution, 384-zone backlight, HDR support, 600 - 1000 cd/m2 brightness, 144Hz refresh rate etc as featured in the Asus ROG Swift PG27UQ." - guru3d
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