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Dark Matter by Monoprice 49in Curved Gaming Monitor - 32:9, 1800R, 5120x1440p, DQHD, 120Hz, AMD FreeSync, Quantum Dot, VA $899.99

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Dark Matter by Monoprice 49in Curved Gaming Monitor - 32:9, 1800R, 5120x1440p, DQHD, 120Hz, AMD FreeSync, Quantum Dot, VA

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  • Model 40865
  • Display Size 49"
  • Maximum Resolution 5120x1440
  • Aspect Ratio 32:9
  • Refresh Rate 120Hz
  • Video Inputs 2x DisplayPort® 1.4, 2x HDMI® 2.0
  • Panel Type VA
  • Panel Model Samsung® LSM490YP02
  • Curvature 1800R
  • Active Display Area (H/V) 1193.472x335.664 mm
  • Maximum Brightness 400 cd/m2
  • Default Color Temperature 6500K
  • Contrast Ratio 3000:1
  • Number of Colors More than 16.7 million
  • Color Depth 8-bit
  • Color Gamuts RGB 99%, NTSC 98%, DCI-P3 95%, Adobe® RGB 93%
  • View Angles (H/V) 178°/178°
  • Response Time 4ms
  • VESA® Mounting Pattern 75x75
  • Input Power 100 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 2.0A
  • Maximum Power Consumption 105 watts
  • Typical Power Consumption 80 watts
  • Standby Power Consumption ≤0.5 watts
  • Stand Tilt Range -5°~ +15°
  • Stand Height Adjustment None
  • Stand Swivel Range None
  • Dimensions (with stand) 47.2" x 18.5" x 9.7" (1199 x 471 x 246 mm)
  • Dimensions (without stand) 47.2" x 14.8" x 6.3" (1199 x 376 x 160 mm)
  • Weight32.6 lbs. (14.8 kg)


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This thing is so bad ass....but the stretching effect on most games would be unbearable for me.
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In the near $1000 range I expect at least freesync premium if not freesync premium pro whereas this had just basic freesync.
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This thing is so bad ass....but the stretching effect on most games would be unbearable for me.
Even on a 34" 21:9 monitor it can be a problem. Games that can handle the FOV (or are 2D) look fantastic though. Arkham City, Just Cause 3, and Hitman Absolution I've successfully played in 21:9 with no visible issues. On the other hand, Skyrim and GTAV made me feel seasick.

Bigger problems are with DPI scaling in OS and programs. Setting things in Windows doesn't ensure everything will scale with it, and even when they do artifacts or tiny fonts and icons abound.
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What the fark.
Guess this might be cool for sims tho?
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Even on a 34" 21:9 monitor it can be a problem. Games that can handle the FOV (or are 2D) look fantastic though. Arkham City, Just Cause 3, and Hitman Absolution I've successfully played in 21:9 with no visible issues. On the other hand, Skyrim and GTAV made me feel seasick.

Bigger problems are with DPI scaling in OS and programs. Setting things in Windows doesn't ensure everything will scale with it, and even when they do artifacts or tiny fonts and icons abound.
1440p isn't even close to high DPI at this size. You're not going to run into scaling issues.
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4ms and 60/120hz
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1440p isn't even close to high DPI at this size. You're not going to run into scaling issues.
You're thinking of screen resolution, I'm talking about pixels density, but you're not wrong. A monitor of that size probably overcomes the issues on my 34" monitor. It's still at least worth double checking for potential buyers.
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Wish this was around 2 weeks ago when I bought the curved 38in LG. Not for gaming, but mainly work, and 2 or 3 screens at the same time on a monitor is KEY for the work I do (sell tech, like monitors, haha)
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I have a 34" uw and I like it but in some ways multiple monitors are better. For example when apps come up full screen it is stoopid. And lots of apps do this. Or when you try to share a screen in WebEx and the aspect is screwet for everyone without your monitor.
When software catches up to uw's it will be better.
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How comes something like this handles games that doesn't support the resolution? Does it stretch it or is the game letterboxed?
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