1440p Monitor with these specs?

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  1. crashburn162

    crashburn162 Active Member

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    Hello,

    So I am thinking of changing my monitor and so just to ask is there a monitor with these specs currently or coming soon to the market?

    2560x1440 27", 32" IPS, G-sync, HDR 800-1000, 120+hz .

    The only ones I've found are 4K the ASUS PG27UK and Acer XB273K. I really like the 1440p res since I've been using it for 4-5 years now and really even if I get the 2080Ti 100+ fps on 4k is still impossible .
     
  2. xrodney

    xrodney Master Guru

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    Nope, Gsync with HDR pretty much just those you named.
    There are coming some 35" 3440x1440 with G-sync that should support HDR, however price and availability is still unknown.
    And of course eventually Nvidia bring BFGD, but those will be huge and utterly expensive.

    Other than that nothing else is planned anytime soon as far as is known.
     
  3. 13thCaesar

    13thCaesar Member Guru

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    I'm looking for something very similar too and all I see is bloody VA panels left right and center. I want IPS dam it.
     
  4. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    Why u want ips they got horrible backlight bleeding and yellow black levels ips is horrible in my opinion.

    If u want a nice HDR 1440p monitor u guys should check out the Samsung C32HG70 its pretty good.
     
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  5. xrodney

    xrodney Master Guru

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    Forget about G-sync HDR combo unless you want 4k, it require new gsync module that is so far planned to be used only on 4k 24" 35" and 65" monitors.
    Your best bet here would probably be to check whats available with Freesync as Nvidia recently started to support it, but from top of my head can't remember seeing any high refresh HDR freesync monitor with 1440p resolution.
     
  6. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    Check my post above u ;)

    https://www.samsung.com/uk/monitors/curved-chg70/LC32HG70QQUXEN/
     
  7. xrodney

    xrodney Master Guru

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    Its bellow 800-1000 HDR op asked.
    Personally I was looking at this monitor but in the end went with 34" WQUHD from Alienware as I needed G-sync at the time and found it lacking in few areas.
    Getting better monitor without HDR was better option for me at that time.
     
  8. 13thCaesar

    13thCaesar Member Guru

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    I really don't see the BLB as being an issue, I know its there but I just don't noticed it in games.
    I've just done a quick test on http://www.lightbleedtest.com/ and pfft, its no problem. Maybe I just don't see it... but hey... it works for me.
    Would rather have that then any ghosting/blurrness caused by a VA panel. But having said that, I use to own a 30" Dell with 8ms gtg and never noticed blurriness in that.
     
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    my old HP 3065 I felt gamed well since 2007(new),after a year with Samy 6 series I'm going to a Samsung CF791 34" and a different 1080TI(Aorus EE),good savings on ebay(Reman) with a year warranty for the monitor
     
  10. metagamer

    metagamer Ancient Guru

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    If you're willing to drop HDR, there's a few good options for 27", IPS, 1440p, 144hz+, GSYNC monitors. They're not cheap though.
     

  11. Amaze

    Amaze Ancient Guru

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    "Few" being the key word here sadly. Around my way there's 4. For Freesync with the same specs it's even worse.
     
  12. metagamer

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    Nah, the key word is "not cheap". Words, even.

    Still, they're fantastic monitors.
     
  13. Amaze

    Amaze Ancient Guru

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    Yeah it's a lot of money. I'm holding out for something new. Like the big dog from Asus is from 2015 I believe. I also hear lots of talk about about Acer and Asus both having serious issues with quality control.
     

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