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  1. Probably the best monitor I've ever seen 21:9 144hz 1ms Response $580 on Amazon
  2. I get these notifications in the email - lots of great deals to be found for RAM, SSDs, etc Newegg and Microcenter, sometimes PNY, mostly Newegg, though, really! get moar stuff, NO REALLY!! buy buy buy!! good deals on SSDs, DDR4 RAM, next gen Intel CPUs And if you want help kitting out a computer, use pcpartpicker If you want help building a computer, there are loads of videos on newegg and youtube (for instance just go to Youtube and search for "build a gaming computer" and you'll get lots of options to view.)
  3. Hey all, So I recently picked up a 1080ti card and boy does my game run so much better now. With that card power comes the opportunity to play in 4k. What I have gathered is I need a 4k monitor that has support for HDR and 1-4 ms of response time. I am looking for a screen that's 24-32 inches in size. Would anyone have any suggestions on monitors that fit those two criteria? Keep in mind I'd like nice colours and such....why pay hundreds/thousands to have washed out colours? Thanks!
  4. Been monitor shopping lately and this review between the IPS and TN panels was pretty nice, thought it could come in handy for anyone searching the difference in the future, I keep seeing "get IPS" but could never see the reason but this is helping clear some things up.
  5. I am thinking of getting this monitor(AcerZ35 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009874 ),(not from that site) and im hoping that someone here has any practical hands on experience with it. Any input welcome also GeForce GTX 980 Ti is what I am using, with a Samsung S27D390 ( http://www.game-debate.com/monitor/index.php?mon_id=2466&monitor=Samsung%20S27D390 )
  6. Very nice video of the 49" Wasabi Mango
  7. I've recently purchased an Acer G257HU 25" 1440p/144Hz IPS monitor to serve as my gaming monitor. All well and good except for the fact that it's locked to the 60Hz refresh rate of my Viewsonic VX2270 21.5" 1080p/IPS monitor that I'm using for mundane chores. Soooo, I'm considering getting a GTX950 for the Viewsonic so I can use the GTX970 SSC solely for the Acer. Anybody have any reasonable arguments why I shouldn't do this? I am running Win 10 and Dx12 and do not plan to game on the Viewsonic.
  8. Now, this is something to consider.
  9. Hey folks! As some of you might remember/know I will move to Japan this coming spring. So I have some things I intend to get rid off. Including my two(2) ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q's. I thought I might as well try to sell them here as well! If you want to buy a monitor the price is €650(Euro) each which includes shipping costs within Europe! I have a verified paypal account and if you are interested then let me know! These monitors are on sale on other media as well so if you are interested then let me know ASAP and we can come to an agreement! Update: Both monitors sold!
  10. Has anyone been keeping tabs on the 4K monitors out there? What can you tell me about the tech I do not already know? Maybe I should explain why I am starting this thread. This is all in anticipation for the release of Star Citizen. I have a Volair Sim (unassembled yet) and am looking to get three 32" 4K monitors for it. I do not have a tower built for this yet as I am waiting for other hardware technology releases and Star Citizen timing. With the Volair Sim, the monitors I acquire will need VESA mounting capabilities. I have been holding back from purchasing anything for now, and probably will not buy any monitors until well into 2016. I have not ruled out for 1440 resolution monitors, but those seem to be more of a fallback. Ideally, the monitors I end up purchasing would have very slim bezels as well. Have the prices been coming down yet? What about graphics cards, are there any that can truly and fully support 4K monitors? Are any reaching market in 2016 I should be watching? Any help is appreciated.
  11. 42" of goodness. IPS panel. 5ms response time. 3840x2160 at 60Hz (default, can overclock) http://www.amazon.com/WASABI-MANGO-UHD420-Real-HDMI/dp/B00YA5IZS0
  12. If im in the wrong here im sorry so pleas bump me to the right place. So Yeah, I fix and mod all type of consoles. From atari 2600 to ps4 and xbone. As i have gotten my computer up to par for the exploration of the stars, Only need to get a bit better video card but anywho. I have a shitty monitor. It works but i want a better one, As i have said i repair and mod stuff. I from this hobby/side job aquire different stuff. I got a Asus PB287q Monitor not long ago. Its a freaking 4K monitor. It is outright sexy. I will not throw it away, I do though have little to no experiene with monitors though. So im asking my fellow space travlers. Are there any other people here that know about fixing monitors? Or can refer me to some one or some place? As SC is the one PC game im geard to play this is my one forum where people have computers as theyr main interest hehe. Hope someone can help or get me off somewhere on the right track. The problem: The monitor turns on, Thats the frustrating part. Not only it turnes on, But the sound from the hdmi is also working. AND the back light is glowing... BUT no picture, not even the meny pops up. It seems like the smallest thing but as the monitor is a bit expensive, befor i jump on it i want to know what to do or at least a track to go Again Imperium is who we are and this is who we always will be. Togeather we stand and togeather we will hardly fall... So anyone know what to do?
  13. Tis the Season and some of you may be eyeing up a new monitor, but something to consider before you purchase is if you have enough horses under the hood to enjoy the experience. I made this graphic to help you understand what you may be in for in your holiday upgrade ... The FPS listed are based on pixel fill rates and are not exactly accurate, but can be representative of what to expect. Example: If you have a WQHD display and get 60 FPS in your game of choice and upgrade to a 4k monitor ... you will likely find yourself at 27 FPS at the same graphic settings. This will vary game to game, but if you line up your FPS in those games with the above chart it should give you an idea of what you would see at higher resolutions. With most monitor upgrades, unless you are using cutting edge equipment, expect to have to reduce graphic settings or purchase a GPU upgrade to accompany a higher resolution monitor upgrade.
  14. Okay, we've all spent money on good monitors, some have even spent better money on "better" monitors. Typically, that's the end of it. It shouldn't be -- because you want the best color to go with the best resolution, right? On 2 or more monitors, this is especially important. Monitor calibration devices tend to be on the expensive side, typically over $160 to $300. There is a relatively inexpensive device available, however, that will permit you to have good color on those monitors you own. There's currently (4 July 2015) a promotion for this device $20 off the normal $100 cost if you get it from their website - I got mine for about $70 last year, so look for a deal. Amazon has it for $90. Colormunki Smile from X-Rite monitor calibration
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