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Newegg has 32" Samsung Odyssey G7 T1 Faker Edition C32G77T WQHD 2560x1440 2K 240 Hz G-Sync Curved Gaming Monitor on sale for $699.99 when you apply promo code 3BDMDSL98. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440 (2K)
  • Refresh Rate: 240 Hz
  • Response Time: 1 ms (GTG)
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Curvature Radius: 1000R
  • Brightness: 350 cd/m2 (Typ.), 600 cd/m2 (Peak)
  • Viewing Angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V)
  • FreeSync Premium Pro and G-Sync Compatible
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x HDMI
    • 2x USB 3.0

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  • Both Monitors include a 1-Year Warranty for labor and parts.
  • Both Monitors are eligible for return within 30-Days.
  • Our research indicates that
    • 34" Samsung Odyssey G5 C34G55T 3440x1440 165Hz Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor is $45 less than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $549.99
    • 32" Samsung Odyssey G7 T1 Faker Edition C32G77T WQHD 2560x1440 2K 240 Hz G-Sync Curved Gaming Monitor is $50 less than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $749.99

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Newegg.com has 34" Samsung Odyssey G5 C34G55T 3440x1440 165Hz Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor on sale for $499.99 when you apply promo code 3BDMDSL97. Shipping is $4.99.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3440x1440 2K
  • Refresh Rate: 144 Hz
  • Response Time: 1 ms (MPRT)
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Curvature Radius: 1000R
  • Brightness: 250 cd/m2
  • Viewing Angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V)
  • FreeSync Premium
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
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Newegg has SAMSUNG Odyssey G5 C34G55T 34" WQHD 3440 x 1440 (2K) 1ms (MPRT) 165Hz HDR10, HDMI, DisplayPort FreeSync Premium Curved Gaming Monitor on sale for $499.99 after code.

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https://www.newegg.com/34-g5-odys...24-022-912 OOS

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Newegg hasSAMSUNG Odyssey G7 T1 Faker Edition C32G77T 32" WQHD 2560 x 1440 (2K) 1 ms (GTG) 240 Hz HDMI, DisplayPort, USB FreeSync Premium Pro and G-Sync Compatible Curved Gaming Monitor on sale for $699.99 after pc code 3BDMDSL98.

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https://www.newegg.com/32-g7-t1-f...24-022-915
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I've given up on ultra wide for the time being sadly. The Samsung LSM340YP05 panels which are in most of the affordable ultrawides basically are unusable with Gsync due to flickering and have ranging ghosting issues from bad to horrible. The Samsung G5 according to Rtings is quite a dim monitor and doesn't have good color coverage at only around 65% DCI-P3. I ended up grabbing the Faker 32" G7 as it's a higher quality monitor all around. Just been through many poor quality ultrawides. I'll wait for the g5 or G9 refresh with the microleds coming in the future. Either these will drop heavily in price or the micro led monitors will be worth picking up. In the meanwhile only the G9 or high end ultra gear from LG seem worth it, but are extremely expensive. To the point an OLED CX is cheaper and better quality in every way.

The Acer Nitro XV34CK is pretty good but I found it far too dim for my taste, this G5 is about as dim, but with better contrast so it should be a bit better.

Additionally I find just having a second monitor is just better for productivity in general as most applications don't really like sharing the screen space even in ultra wide, unless you do PiP. But then you need a 49" for the 2x width and you better be playing some old games or not care about frame rate at that resolution.
I feel like the obvious Debbie downer here, but screw New Egg! I would be very weary of purchasing an expensive monitor considering their terrible rep. Proceed at your own risk!
Yes, it is. This is easily 2K, and essentially in-between UHD and QHD. The below are the industry standards. The G9 is 5120 x 1440, yet it's easily 2K+. The vertical isn't the only math you look at.

Per Tom's Hardware:
"2K is a common display resolution. A screen's resolution explains how many pixels it has in width x height format (the more pixels, the sharper the image). A monitor or display is considered 2K if its width falls in the 2,000-pixels range."

5K 5120 x 2880
4K 3840 x 2160 (typical monitor resolution); 4096 x 2160 (official cinema resolution)
Ultra HD (UHD) 3840 x 2160
QHD aka WQHD aka 1440p 2560 x 1440
2K 2560 x 1440 (typical monitor resolution); 2048 x 1080 (official cinema resolution)
WUXGA 1920 x 1200
Full HD (FHD) aka 1080p aka HD 1920 x 1080

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I got the LG costco version for $399 I believe this is better but 34-35 inch widescreen has increased my productivity level ten fold for music editing and video editing .
LG Costco IPS version of the Samsung VA 34" monitor?

I figure you just mean you just got an ultra wide. But the display technologies are different and have different use cases. Do you know what model monitor you got?
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LG Costco IPS version of the Samsung VA 34" monitor?

I figure you just mean you just got an ultra wide. But the display technologies are different and have different use cases. Do you know what model monitor you got?
I believe its this.
https://www.costco.com/lg-34%22-u...26649.html
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I've given up on ultra wide for the time being sadly. The Samsung LSM340YP05 panels which are in most of the affordable ultrawides basically are unusable with Gsync due to flickering and have ranging ghosting issues from bad to horrible. The Samsung G5 according to Rtings is quite a dim monitor and doesn't have good color coverage at only around 65% DCI-P3. I ended up grabbing the Faker 32" G7 as it's a higher quality monitor all around. Just been through many poor quality ultrawides. I'll wait for the g5 or G9 refresh with the microleds coming in the future. Either these will drop heavily in price or the micro led monitors will be worth picking up. In the meanwhile only the G9 or high end ultra gear from LG seem worth it, but are extremely expensive. To the point an OLED CX is cheaper and better quality in every way.

The Acer Nitro XV34CK is pretty good but I found it far too dim for my taste, this G5 is about as dim, but with better contrast so it should be a bit better.

Additionally I find just having a second monitor is just better for productivity in general as most applications don't really like sharing the screen space even in ultra wide, unless you do PiP. But then you need a 49" for the 2x width and you better be playing some old games or not care about frame rate at that resolution.
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I believe its this.
https://www.costco.com/lg-34%22-u...26649.html
Ah so not a high refresh monitor.
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1 x HDMI 2.0 = you'll need to use DP to get the 165hz

Wall-Mount (Size mm)
75 x 75

Set Weight without Stand (lb)
11.5 lb

Looks like its a VA with 250 nits, 1000R... for $499 if you haven't experienced UW you probably won't go back, if you have the money burning a hole in your pocket I'd say go for it! I love my Alienware AW18, I almost want to get this just to see if the higher refresh rate is nice in D2 remastered Wink
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I've given up on ultra wide for the time being sadly. The Samsung LSM340YP05 panels which are in most of the affordable ultrawides basically are unusable with Gsync due to flickering and have ranging ghosting issues from bad to horrible. The Samsung G5 according to Rtings is quite a dim monitor and doesn't have good color coverage at only around 65% DCI-P3. I ended up grabbing the Faker 32" G7 as it's a higher quality monitor all around. Just been through many poor quality ultrawides. I'll wait for the g5 or G9 refresh with the microleds coming in the future. Either these will drop heavily in price or the micro led monitors will be worth picking up. In the meanwhile only the G9 or high end ultra gear from LG seem worth it, but are extremely expensive. To the point an OLED CX is cheaper and better quality in every way.

The Acer Nitro XV34CK is pretty good but I found it far too dim for my taste, this G5 is about as dim, but with better contrast so it should be a bit better.

Additionally I find just having a second monitor is just better for productivity in general as most applications don't really like sharing the screen space even in ultra wide, unless you do PiP. But then you need a 49" for the 2x width and you better be playing some old games or not care about frame rate at that resolution.
I rather dig my 49" Samsung CRG9. Coming from a triple 23" FHD setup it was a little frustrating at first moving windows around instead of just sending them to a monitor, but since I've gotten used to it I love the versatility. If necessary I can run dual DP from my dock and have a seamless dual monitor setup. Few games support the wide resolution though, so usually you are limited to black bars or windowed.
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Does anyone know a good offer for a monitor without the anti-glare coating in the screen?
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I rather dig my 49" Samsung CRG9. Coming from a triple 23" FHD setup it was a little frustrating at first moving windows around instead of just sending them to a monitor, but since I've gotten used to it I love the versatility. If necessary I can run dual DP from my dock and have a seamless dual monitor setup. Few games support the wide resolution though, so usually you are limited to black bars or windowed.
Yea 49" is great 34" occupies an interesting middle ground that's better for performance but weird for productivity as it's not enough to really get an extended benefit out of on most applications. Helps a little in coding, video work etc. but not necessarily as much as a second monitor. Which 49" basically provides seemlessly like you said.
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This is the best 2k monitor for the price according to
https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...odyssey-g7
I would get the 27 for the pixel density though.
Edit: my bad that is the g5 not the g7
The g7 27 inch is 550 ac
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34 high resolution 165 hz g sync compatible under 500 great deal!
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Where did you see it was G-Sync Compatible? I'm not seeing it on Nvidia's site.
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34 high resolution 165 hz g sync compatible under 500 great deal!
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