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I'm not looking at the 35" at this point, more looking to compare the 32" curved Zero-G. 5 bucks more for 165hz, curved, and 32" vs 27". Only for gaming. I'm not really sold on 32" at QHD over the 27" for gaming, or VA vs IPS for that matter, but it's hard to pass up "more" monitor for the same money.
Only a casual gamer myself - if you can get 32" then go for it. My friend bought a 32" UW and he loves it.

Each monitor has its own pro and con. I think G27q prob has better color and contrast; MP probably has better HDR and brightness.
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I'm not looking at the 35" at this point, more looking to compare the 32" curved Zero-G. 5 bucks more for 165hz, curved, and 32" vs 27". Only for gaming. I'm not really sold on 32" at QHD over the 27" for gaming, or VA vs IPS for that matter, but it's hard to pass up "more" monitor for the same money.
I use a Dell 32'' QHD for gaming, it's perfectly fine. I returned the HP Omen 27'' QHD in favor of the Dell. I fells like it's a great middle-ground between resolution and performance. You are not going to notice the difference between 144hz and 165hz, nor VA and IPS, unless you are a professional and have really sharp eyes.
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I use a Dell 32'' QHD for gaming, it's perfectly fine. I returned the HP Omen 27'' QHD in favor of the Dell. I fells like it's a great middle-ground between resolution and performance. You are not going to notice the difference between 144hz and 165hz, nor VA and IPS, unless you are a professional and have really sharp eyes.
Non-IPS at off angles is fairly bad in general. That said, at 12" (ish) distance that really isn't a problem.
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Non-IPS at off angles is fairly bad in general. That said, at 12" (ish) distance that really isn't a problem.
Well yeah, for PC gaming I'm sitting directly in front of the monitor so it's a non-issue.
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I was using a 32" QHD for gaming, but then switched to a curved 34" UWQHD that I was using for work. I much prefer the UW now. That said, now that I've ordered the Zero-G, I'll have a UW for both.
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The panel seems to have pretty low color scores, is this noticeable compared to a monitor with 90% on these scores?

DCI-P3 67% coverage
sRGB 80% coverage
Rec.2020 50% coverage

https://www.panelook.com/LSM340YP05_Samsung_34_CELL_parameter_40218.html
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The panel seems to have pretty low color scores, is this noticeable compared to a monitor with 90% on these scores?

DCI-P3 67% coverage
sRGB 80% coverage
Rec.2020 50% coverage

https://www.panelook.com/LSM340YP...40218.html
this is from the darkmatter 34 inch spec sheet:

Color Gamuts: RGB 99%, NTSC 85%, DCI-P3 90%, Adobe® RGB 85%
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this is from the darkmatter 34 inch spec sheet:

Color Gamuts: RGB 99%, NTSC 85%, DCI-P3 90%, Adobe® RGB 85%
That looks much better.
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Bought the 34" dark matter when it was last on sale and it's awesome, I love it.
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Bought the 34" dark matter when it was last on sale and it's awesome, I love it.
Since this has HDMI 2.0, I assume this has PIP & PBP, can you confirm?
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Does anyone know if the 32 inch zero g works with Xbox series x for 1440p at 120htz? I ordered it but reading conflicting reports that resolution is only possible through DisplayPort, although the specs say it has HDMI 2.0 which should be able to handle it. But if it's only DisplayPort it won't work since Xbox doesn't have it.
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So what's the deal with monoprice monitors? Are they just unbranded brand name overstock? Some of those specs to price points seem a bit too good to be true. I mean monoprice for cables sure, but a cable is one thing...
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Quote from SlickSofa719 :
The panel seems to have pretty low color scores, is this noticeable compared to a monitor with 90% on these scores?

DCI-P3 67% coverage
sRGB 80% coverage
Rec.2020 50% coverage

https://www.panelook.com/LSM340YP...40218.html
Here is for the Zero-G panel:

DCI-P3 85%
sRGB 100%
Rec 2020 61%
NTSC 82%
Adobe RGB 80%
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This is why FOMO is a thing. Kicking myself for not checking in yesterday.
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