Looking For 32" 144hz 1440p Monitor

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  1. Omikse

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    Hi all, new here, first time poster. So to get right to it, as the title explains I am looking for a 32" 144hz 1440p monitor. I would prefer curved but can settle if it isn't. I am planning on getting the NVidia 3080 and want a monitor that can handle the cards specs. I have been saving for months to get the cards so my funds are going to be a little low which make price a factor. And before you ask, right now the only thing I really play is World of Tanks but want to get back into some the COD games, and maybe a couple of AAA titles. I would like to try and keep it in the 300 usd neighborhood but can go slightly higher if needed. Please help GURU3D, your my only hope.
     
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    Seems most of the 32" are curved panels in 1440P.
     
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    Thanks for welcome
     
  8. Maulet

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    I've had two 32" 1440p monitors and it looks shitty. Specially text. Now I got a 32" 4K with G-sync and can't be happier. You could say that FSAA isn't needed anymore. And you are getting a 3080? Just get a 4K monitor! (with G-Sync) (I'm on a 2080Ti TrioX and I'm not going to upgrade this gen)
     
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    Its not that bad and its easier to run it. It has same pixed density as 24" 1080p monitor. I would argue 32" 4k is rather small for the resolution.
     

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    Maybe if you mainly game and do not work with text editors as I do, yes. If by small you mean small text, yes, I have had to up the general text size of Windows. Not an issue, apart from some legacy programs....like Afterburner (but found the text sizing slider)
     
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    It certainly is very confusing when buying a 1440p 144hrz monitor these days, u need to have all the features available in one, coz some are not bright enough, i believe i will settle on the samsung since samsung always gives good colors out of the box..
     
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    Whats your screen? at the moment I am looking at the samsung 32 inch or an LG nano ips 27inch. The samsung is cheaper but a VA panel. Do you watch vids etc and play ps4? Whats the diff between 1440p and 4k for that? I guess re netflix etc its limited anyways....

    And the overall experience with a larger screen. I was thinking a 32inch if I were to use for films etc better?
     

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