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35" Monoprice Zero-G 3440x1440 100Hz VA Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Monoprice has 35" Monoprice Zero-G 3440x1440 UWQHD 100Hz VA Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor (38035) on sale for $299.99. 2.5% Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout. Refer to the details below). Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • Resolution: 3440x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz (120Hz Overclocked)
  • Response Time: 8ms (4ms OD)
  • Panel Type: VA
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Curvature: 1800R
  • VESA Mount Compatible
  • Ports:
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 2x HDMI 1.4

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This goes on sale quite a bit. Curved and 35". Target price has not dropped so it was not included.

Specs:

Resolution: 3440x1440
Refresh Rate: 100Hz (120Hz Overclocked)
Response Time: 8ms (4ms OD)
Panel Type: VA
AMD FreeSync
Curvature: 1800R
VESA Mount Compatible
Ports:
1x DisplayPort 1.2
1x HDMI 2.0
2x HDMI 1.4

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Is that really the consensus? Millions of gamers via steam surveys are on 1080p 60hz monitors. 1440p 100hz is night and day different. This is a gaming monitor through and through.
Not everyone play FPS game that need 1ms. There are other games you know.
I've had this now for almost a year now. Great monitor- I don't game or anything but for work it definitely takes the place of two smaller 23in monitors in my workspace.

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Anyone have this?
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I've had this now for almost a year now. Great monitor- I don't game or anything but for work it definitely takes the place of two smaller 23in monitors in my workspace.
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Isn't 8ms a bit slow?
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I've had this now for almost a year now. Great monitor- I don't game or anything but for work it definitely takes the place of two smaller 23in monitors in my workspace.
Does it give you more screen real estate compared to the 23" monitors. Trying to see if it's worth it to jump ship from my two 24 monitors into a single ultra wide.
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Not sure why this is marketed as a "gaming monitor". 100hz with 8ms response time isnt great for gaming. Looks like a pretty good deal for a work monitor though
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Not sure why this is marketed as a "gaming monitor". 100hz with 8ms response time isnt great for gaming. Looks like a pretty good deal for a work monitor though
Is that really the consensus? Millions of gamers via steam surveys are on 1080p 60hz monitors. 1440p 100hz is night and day different. This is a gaming monitor through and through.
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Not sure why this is marketed as a "gaming monitor". 100hz with 8ms response time isnt great for gaming. Looks like a pretty good deal for a work monitor though
Not everyone play FPS game that need 1ms. There are other games you know.
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I do and it's been fantastic.
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Does it give you more screen real estate compared to the 23" monitors. Trying to see if it's worth it to jump ship from my two 24 monitors into a single ultra wide.
I also have this monitor for gaming/work from home and I prefer it to the 2 24 inch monitors I have at work. The biggest thing I like is I can have the primary application right in front of me instead of off to the side. I also use WinSplit to organize open applications around the screen. Disclaimer the 24's I have at work has a different vertical resolution. 1920x1200
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Bought two of these a couple weeks back - one for work and another for trading. These are great for productivity and it didn't take more than a day to get used to my first curved monitor. Can't comment on gaming, but text is just fine. Like it better than my 4K 27" monitor.
Still wish I could find some better settings for this, though. I'm sure the picture is not nearly as good as it could be and I'm terrible at eyeballing settings. Turned up the gamma and messed with brightness, but that's it. All in all, a good value
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Just bought two for home office use. Make sure you have the right ports on your laptop or your dock and also make sure your laptop can do the right resolutions for the sharpest picture quality. I replaced two smaller Dell monitors with one for me and one for the wife. We are loving it so far no complaints. Good price for ultra wide and curved monitor based off my research. Not going to use it for gaming so cannot comment. The onboard settings menu does suck and the buttons are in an awkward place.
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