Dell to out new S2721DGF Monitor, HDR400 2560x1440 at 144 Hz

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    I've got a similar spec Acer monitor, 27" / 1440 @ 144Hz / IPS / G-sync but no HDR... is it worth "upgrading" to get the HDR? I see article says it's a "poor HDR label". From what I've seen, it largely depends on how the game utilises HDR? I suppose the other question is are there a decent amount of games that support HDR? Are most newer games providing some kind of HDR support? Would that be a fair assumption?
     
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    I wish they cared about 24'' costumers too...
     
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    maybe actually go bother to do a few minutes research on HDR? in the meantime, NO you do not want to buy a monitor for HDR that is only certified for HDR400.
     
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    Every ancient LCD "standard-dynamic range" monitor could do about 300 nits brightness, this only does 100nits more. I'll eat my hat if average Joe could even see the difference. Have you seen how dull looking even 700nit OLED TVs are? And that is only on a 10 or 20% windows too... not full screen. HDR400 is marketing bollox only - if they could get away with sticking HDR on all their old LCD monitors they would... and this was basically given to them by HDR standards to allow them to do that..
     
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    That I don’t know. Do you have a local vendor that deals with Dell? That would be the first avenue I would explore.
     
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    Here you only see DELL on OEM deals, from schools to companies. Rarely you see one at a shop, if any.
     
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    what panel these model using now? i´m hope not the same AUO models
     

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