sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure
sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure
sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure
sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure
sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure
sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure

sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure

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What is sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure?
      A SMOOTHER EXPERIENCE: A 144Hz refresh sexmomjapan rate sexmomjapan allows fast-moving visuals to sexmomjapan be seen with incredible clarity for faster reaction sexmomjapan timesA NEW sexmomjapan VIEW: A WQHD sexmomjapan (Wide Quad HD) curved monitor screen sexmomjapan provides a display resolution of 3440 x 1440 on a 34-inch panelI bought this mainly for gaming, but it is an excellent choice for anything else like work or art. I've had several monitors now and sexmomjapan this is my first sexmomjapan ultrawide one. I was sexmomjapan initially worried it sexmomjapan would be too big for me sexmomjapan or sexmomjapan cause neck pain sexmomjapan from looking sexmomjapan at both ends sexmomjapan of the screen, especially when gaming, but I can tell sexmomjapan you that sexmomjapan is sexmomjapan not a problem here. It's a beautiful monitor with the sexmomjapan right amount of curvature and adjustability to sexmomjapan fit my needs. It sexmomjapan promises sexmomjapan on sexmomjapan all of its advertised features and offers choices to accommodate what a lot of sexmomjapan gamers look for in sexmomjapan a high-end monitor. Before buying though, sexmomjapan you'll sexmomjapan want to make sure your PC can handle sexmomjapan it. I have an sexmomjapan RTX 2080, sexmomjapan and sexmomjapan this monitor is pretty much the best I can get with it, and I sexmomjapan can't tell much of a difference sexmomjapan in sexmomjapan power draw or sexmomjapan graphics quality (This monitor sexmomjapan replaces a 2560x1440 curved sexmomjapan one, sexmomjapan which was still an sexmomjapan amazing monitor, too).Now, to the design flaw sexmomjapan I mentioned in the title, and the sexmomjapan main reason sexmomjapan I'm writing this; to give a little PSA on a sexmomjapan weird quirk of the monitor. There are sexmomjapan four sexmomjapan settings available for response time: Fast, Super-Fast, Extreme, and MPRT. MPRT is 1ms response time and sexmomjapan is sexmomjapan what I prefer to use. However, every time I turn my PC on or wake it up from sleep, sexmomjapan the response time resets to Fast. Every. Single. Time. A quick message from the monitor sexmomjapan will pop up for 10 seconds or so when booting sexmomjapan up saying that sexmomjapan the sexmomjapan refresh rate is too sexmomjapan low sexmomjapan and needs to be 100Hz or higher to use MPRT. sexmomjapan You're probably sexmomjapan thinking sexmomjapan the Hz is too sexmomjapan low, then, and so did I. sexmomjapan But lo and behold, the Hz has not changed AT ALL from 144Hz when I sexmomjapan go to check. I have to sexmomjapan manually change the response time to MPRT sexmomjapan (buttons on the side sexmomjapan of sexmomjapan the sexmomjapan screen) sexmomjapan for every power on or waking up. Oh sexmomjapan yeah, and sexmomjapan when it resets to Fast, the sexmomjapan screen sexmomjapan brightness goes sexmomjapan down. sexmomjapan You sexmomjapan can see the screen sexmomjapan get visibly brighter when putting it back sexmomjapan to MPRT.I contacted sexmomjapan Dell support and they were troubleshooting with sexmomjapan me for over sexmomjapan a month. Their final conclusion was that it is working sexmomjapan as intended. What sexmomjapan I can sexmomjapan see why the monitor does sexmomjapan this: in the split second it's turning on, its going from sexmomjapan 0Hz to 144Hz and so it thinks that you sexmomjapan can't have MPRT on when it's below 100Hz. So, it sexmomjapan resets sexmomjapan it, sexmomjapan telling you to up your refresh sexmomjapan rate sexmomjapan to sexmomjapan get MPRT back. But, come sexmomjapan on... really It's not a deal-breaker sexmomjapan but is so sexmomjapan annoying. sexmomjapan I'm on my computer every day and I have to have a sticky note on sexmomjapan the monitor to sexmomjapan remind me sexmomjapan to sexmomjapan change it. Even sexmomjapan then, I still sexmomjapan forget! I'm sure a lot of people will read sexmomjapan this and go "Oh, first world problems! You're entitled, don't be sexmomjapan lazy, etc.". Normally sexmomjapan I'd agree, but this is a $500 ultrawide monitor sexmomjapan with all sexmomjapan the sexmomjapan bells sexmomjapan and whistles and comes from a well-known sexmomjapan brand. I have a second, $200 monitor that does everything this one can sexmomjapan but has never reset sexmomjapan any of sexmomjapan the settings. I've sexmomjapan owned a sexmomjapan $100 one that also does the same thing with sexmomjapan no resetting. The only sexmomjapan difference sexmomjapan is resolution and size. I don't think it's laziness to sexmomjapan expect an expensive sexmomjapan product with a lot of sexmomjapan good features to sexmomjapan work sexmomjapan correctly and not need manual input and sexmomjapan handholding on sexmomjapan a daily basis. Not to mention going from sexmomjapan no worries on all my previous monitors to sexmomjapan having to think about response time every sexmomjapan day and sexmomjapan wondering why my screen looks dimmer.TLDR: Best sexmomjapan monitor I've ever had and I'm sexmomjapan glad to have made the decision to get an ultrawide. Has all the sexmomjapan features it advertises. Amazing for gaming or sexmomjapan any use. Only flaw/annoyance is that your sexmomjapan response sexmomjapan time may sexmomjapan reset sexmomjapan every time your PC turns on or sexmomjapan wakes up from sleep; sexmomjapan a lower response time will also dim sexmomjapan the screen. You sexmomjapan have to sexmomjapan manually change it sexmomjapan back each time. Not really a sexmomjapan big sexmomjapan enough reason to not buy it, sexmomjapan but sexmomjapan certainly something sexmomjapan I thought others sexmomjapan should be aware of.UPDATE 6/12/2022: I recently upgraded sexmomjapan my graphics card sexmomjapan from sexmomjapan an NVIDIA RTX 2080 sexmomjapan to sexmomjapan a 3080. Since doing that, the monitor sexmomjapan no longer resets the sexmomjapan refresh rate. I tried replicating the sexmomjapan issue and sexmomjapan it sexmomjapan now stays at MPRT. I have no sexmomjapan idea why the graphics card would affect that, but here sexmomjapan we sexmomjapan are. sexmomjapan Maybe I had a sexmomjapan setting somewhere sexmomjapan that sexmomjapan was sexmomjapan reset upon installing sexmomjapan the sexmomjapan 3080 Or my PC needed a little more power in order sexmomjapan to remember the setting I'm happy that I don't have to remember to change the sexmomjapan refresh rate every time, but it's weird sexmomjapan that sexmomjapan this was a fix.SEE EVERY DETAIL: This 1800R curved gaming monitor provides a truly immersive experience that offers sexmomjapan more realistic visuals sexmomjapan and comfortable viewingREMARKABLE sexmomjapan CLARITY: sexmomjapan AMD sexmomjapan FreeSync premium technology allows gamers to stay engaged during battle sexmomjapan with swift, sexmomjapan responsive, stutter-free gameplayWIN FROM sexmomjapan ANY ANGLE: Game in comfort for extended periods due to sexmomjapan a new slim, tapered stand with easy height and tilt adjustabilityI recently tried using my sexmomjapan 40-inch sexmomjapan television sexmomjapan as a monitor, sexmomjapan and it was awful. The image was larger, true, and it offered some benefits, but the resolution, the pixel density, sexmomjapan as well sexmomjapan as sexmomjapan number of colors, was sexmomjapan not there. Plus, it was actually sexmomjapan a little too large, like sexmomjapan watching a movie in sexmomjapan the front row. If youre eyeballing your big sexmomjapan TV and wondering how well it will work as a monitor, dont try it. It will only sexmomjapan be sexmomjapan good for playing videos sexmomjapan on the computer.I needed a real monitor, but I needed one larger than my original monitor. sexmomjapan So once again, there I was shopping on Amazon. I settled on this sexmomjapan one because of sexmomjapan the size and sexmomjapan the resolution. So many monitors these days sexmomjapan have a max sexmomjapan of 1080p. I sexmomjapan remember way back in the early 2000s, my sexmomjapan monitors going sexmomjapan higher than sexmomjapan that. At least, sexmomjapan I think. Well, 2560 x 1440 is what the doctor ordered. This sexmomjapan is not merely a gamers monitor. It sexmomjapan is an animators monitor, sexmomjapan at a higher sexmomjapan resolution. Acres sexmomjapan and acres of screen so that I dont really need to have two monitors sexmomjapan any longer. I sexmomjapan love it. Its just on the edge sexmomjapan of being too large. sexmomjapan The sexmomjapan look sexmomjapan and feel of the monitor is quality. This sexmomjapan thing is serious.After a year of an sexmomjapan ONN monitor that sexmomjapan I didnt really like because it didnt sexmomjapan have proper contrast, and a sexmomjapan second Dell monitor that was sexmomjapan slightly smaller, old, and dying, sexmomjapan I was finally sexmomjapan back sexmomjapan to quality. sexmomjapan Its almost frightening sexmomjapan because my animations look so much better now that sexmomjapan I hope sexmomjapan the sexmomjapan final product sexmomjapan looks as sexmomjapan good to people who see my work.The reason sexmomjapan I use two monitors sexmomjapan at work sexmomjapan and sexmomjapan at home is sexmomjapan because sexmomjapan theres not sexmomjapan enough room on one screen for all my tools. Generally, increasing the monitor size sexmomjapan doesnt help, because sexmomjapan only sexmomjapan so much information can fit on a screen. But in this case, the screen is bigger AND the resolution is higher, sexmomjapan so more information can indeed sexmomjapan be sexmomjapan placed sexmomjapan on the screen. I no longer sexmomjapan need sexmomjapan two monitors! sexmomjapan I have my two work monitors and this huge Dell sexmomjapan monitor. Well, sexmomjapan honestly, theres not much more room left sexmomjapan on sexmomjapan my desk for a sexmomjapan second personal monitor anyway.Ive only included one screen shot to impress sexmomjapan upon sexmomjapan you the amount of information sexmomjapan that can sexmomjapan be sexmomjapan squeezed onto the screen. On a 1080p sexmomjapan monitor, and perhaps on a 1440p monitor, but smaller, sexmomjapan the screenshot will look crowded, but its perfectly comfortable now. Normally, sexmomjapan I always have the timeline at the bottom sexmomjapan hidden, because sexmomjapan it takes up too much room, and I need the viewport larger. Here, sexmomjapan everything is sexmomjapan comfortable, and my old eyes have no problem sexmomjapan seeing all sexmomjapan the sexmomjapan information.Im also finding that I dont tend sexmomjapan to go on full sexmomjapan screen sexmomjapan as sexmomjapan much on YouTube, sexmomjapan but I will probably end up sexmomjapan switching to the dark mode, because all sexmomjapan that white can be blinding. sexmomjapan Its a bright monitor, and its a dark sexmomjapan monitor. The sexmomjapan contrast sexmomjapan is excellent. I would buy this monitor again in a heartbeat. sexmomjapan I sexmomjapan almost sexmomjapan talked my sexmomjapan daughter sexmomjapan into buying the replacement that I sexmomjapan was going to send back, but she just has no room for sexmomjapan it sexmomjapan until she moves.Speaking of replacement, I had a rocky start though. This speaks nothing to the quality control of the hardware sexmomjapan itself. The original monitor sexmomjapan was just sexmomjapan left sexmomjapan in my driveway by USPS, sexmomjapan just minutes before a sketchy guy sexmomjapan came to buy my car. If the neighbors dog sexmomjapan hadnt barked, I wouldnt have sexmomjapan stepped out sexmomjapan to see the sexmomjapan box left just sexmomjapan ten feet from an sexmomjapan unused doorbell.But here comes the real rockiness and it sort of embarrasses me because sexmomjapan Im a tech guy. Im NOT sexmomjapan that customer sexmomjapan who calls tech sexmomjapan support because sexmomjapan he forgot to plug in a device. I sexmomjapan swear, Im not that guy!The first monitor sexmomjapan arrived sexmomjapan with sexmomjapan no instructions, and I couldnt turn it sexmomjapan on. I checked cables, sexmomjapan and power strips. Amazon sexmomjapan offered only general advice for idiots on sexmomjapan connecting a monitor and (choking) sexmomjapan making sure its sexmomjapan on. sexmomjapan And, this is also key, it was in sexmomjapan the box sexmomjapan upside down. Remember! sexmomjapan This is sexmomjapan my alibi.A simple instruction manual or quick start guide would have shown me the nearly invisible power button on sexmomjapan the bottom sexmomjapan right. And sexmomjapan now that I think of it, that power sexmomjapan button is sexmomjapan in the same place, invisible, on my two newest TVs, sexmomjapan though there is a RED LIGHT to sexmomjapan alert sexmomjapan you that there is the button. sexmomjapan The red light goes away when the TVs sexmomjapan are on. sexmomjapan This monitor has sexmomjapan no sexmomjapan such illumination of the power button. It only lights sexmomjapan up sexmomjapan when its ON, not off. sexmomjapan But all I had was a warranty slip, and the power button was all but hidden on the bottom. I sexmomjapan tried every permutation sexmomjapan of the prominent sexmomjapan unlabeled buttons on the back, sexmomjapan and nothing.I thought that the first monitor was dead and sexmomjapan called in for a replacement. The replacement sexmomjapan came, and by sexmomjapan sheer sexmomjapan chance, as I tilted the properly packaged sexmomjapan one out of the box, sexmomjapan there was the sexmomjapan faint gray power button! It was sexmomjapan literally the FIRST THING I SAW!The sexmomjapan replacement came with sexmomjapan a no-words uni-language hieroglyphics quick guide for setup that was sexmomjapan missing in the first one, that also sexmomjapan had sexmomjapan a callout sexmomjapan for the power sexmomjapan button. My heart sank. I went back and checked the original. sexmomjapan There was the power button! sexmomjapan It had worked all along. There was nothing wrong with it. sexmomjapan The final hieroglyphic showed a disc and a sexmomjapan hardcover book and sexmomjapan a webpage and a down arrow. I checked with Indiana Jones, and he told sexmomjapan me sexmomjapan that this cryptic message meant to sexmomjapan download the user guide from dell.com/s2722dgm for further information.Dell spent sexmomjapan a ton of money sexmomjapan on more than adequate packaging for sexmomjapan this monitor. A whole tree died to deliver it. It came with an extra HDMI cable, which was nice. I would have traded the shiny box, which sexmomjapan Im sexmomjapan just going to toss out, for maybe one sexmomjapan more 8.5x11 sheet sexmomjapan of paper to sexmomjapan get sexmomjapan me up and running. sexmomjapan There was also plenty of sexmomjapan white space on the outside of the box sexmomjapan for all the info I needed. Just a picture of the power sexmomjapan button, because when you look at the back of the monitor, sexmomjapan the joystick button sexmomjapan makes you think it MUST sexmomjapan be the sexmomjapan power button. Poor packaging ended up costing Dell and Amazon. How I wish I had gone ahead and googled sexmomjapan an online manual, but sexmomjapan I sexmomjapan was so sexmomjapan depressed sexmomjapan that it didnt work that sexmomjapan I just waited on the replacement.But sexmomjapan the next sexmomjapan debacle is all sexmomjapan my fault. sexmomjapan I thought that the sexmomjapan replacement was defective. sexmomjapan I couldnt insert the HDMI into the HDMI 1. The problem was my orientation. sexmomjapan I sexmomjapan had my head upside down, looking, and then righted myself, my mind inverted sexmomjapan left and sexmomjapan right, and I was sexmomjapan trying to sexmomjapan insert into the display port sexmomjapan and sexmomjapan not the HDMI port. I used sexmomjapan HDMI sexmomjapan 2 and loved sexmomjapan it. sexmomjapan So, when sexmomjapan I returned the perfectly fine replacement, I sexmomjapan mentioned sexmomjapan that the sexmomjapan HDMI 1 was sexmomjapan damaged, when it wasnt. Some guy at the sexmomjapan Amazon returns sexmomjapan department is going to call me an idiot. sexmomjapan One had to be returned, sexmomjapan so sexmomjapan it wasnt sexmomjapan a real issue.But overall, I love this monitor. Im sexmomjapan spoiled to it, sexmomjapan and dont want to go back sexmomjapan to regular sexmomjapan monitors. sexmomjapan It shouldnt sexmomjapan be sexmomjapan called sexmomjapan a gaming sexmomjapan monitor. Its a workstation monitor. sexmomjapan Love it sexmomjapan to death.
      Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34 Inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate, WQHD (3440 x 1440) Display, Black - S3422DWGSEE sexmomjapan EVERY DETAIL: This 1800R curved gaming sexmomjapan monitor provides a truly sexmomjapan immersive sexmomjapan experience sexmomjapan that offers more realistic visuals and comfortable sexmomjapan viewingA sexmomjapan NEW sexmomjapan VIEW: A WQHD sexmomjapan (Wide Quad HD) curved monitor sexmomjapan screen provides sexmomjapan a display resolution of 3440 x sexmomjapan 1440 on a 34-inch panelA SMOOTHER sexmomjapan EXPERIENCE: A 144Hz sexmomjapan refresh rate allows fast-moving visuals sexmomjapan to be seen with incredible clarity for faster reaction timesREMARKABLE CLARITY: AMD FreeSync premium technology allows gamers to stay engaged during battle with swift, sexmomjapan responsive, stutter-free gameplayWIN FROM sexmomjapan ANY sexmomjapan ANGLE: Game in comfort for extended periods due to sexmomjapan a sexmomjapan new slim, tapered stand with easy height sexmomjapan and tilt adjustability

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      sexmomjapan Dell Curved Gaming Monitor 34-inch Curved Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate; WQHD (3440 x 1440) resolution; Black - S3422DWG Wear to show off your figure

Buyer's experience:
      1: I recently tried using my 40-inch television as a monitor, and it was awful. The image was larger, true, and it offered some benefits, but the resolution, the pixel density, as well as number of colors, was not there. Plus, it was actually a little too large, like watching a movie in the front row. If youre eyeballing your big TV and wondering how well it will work as a monitor, dont try it. It will only be good for playing videos on the computer.I needed a real monitor, but I needed one larger than my original monitor. So once again, there I was shopping on Amazon. I settled on this one because of the size and the resolution. So many monitors these days have a max of 1080p. I remember way back in the early 2000s, my monitors going higher than that. At least, I think. Well, 2560 x 1440 is what the doctor ordered. This is not merely a gamers monitor. It is an animators monitor, at a higher resolution. Acres and acres of screen so that I dont really need to have two monitors any longer. I love it. Its just on the edge of being too large. The look and feel of the monitor is quality. This thing is serious.After a year of an ONN monitor that I didnt really like because it didnt have proper contrast, and a second Dell monitor that was slightly smaller, old, and dying, I was finally back to quality. Its almost frightening because my animations look so much better now that I hope the final product looks as good to people who see my work.The reason I use two monitors at work and at home is because theres not enough room on one screen for all my tools. Generally, increasing the monitor size doesnt help, because only so much information can fit on a screen. But in this case, the screen is bigger AND the resolution is higher, so more information can indeed be placed on the screen. I no longer need two monitors! I have my two work monitors and this huge Dell monitor. Well, honestly, theres not much more room left on my desk for a second personal monitor anyway.Ive only included one screen shot to impress upon you the amount of information that can be squeezed onto the screen. On a 1080p monitor, and perhaps on a 1440p monitor, but smaller, the screenshot will look crowded, but its perfectly comfortable now. Normally, I always have the timeline at the bottom hidden, because it takes up too much room, and I need the viewport larger. Here, everything is comfortable, and my old eyes have no problem seeing all the information.Im also finding that I dont tend to go on full screen as much on YouTube, but I will probably end up switching to the dark mode, because all that white can be blinding. Its a bright monitor, and its a dark monitor. The contrast is excellent. I would buy this monitor again in a heartbeat. I almost talked my daughter into buying the replacement that I was going to send back, but she just has no room for it until she moves.Speaking of replacement, I had a rocky start though. This speaks nothing to the quality control of the hardware itself. The original monitor was just left in my driveway by USPS, just minutes before a sketchy guy came to buy my car. If the neighbors dog hadnt barked, I wouldnt have stepped out to see the box left just ten feet from an unused doorbell.But here comes the real rockiness and it sort of embarrasses me because Im a tech guy. Im NOT that customer who calls tech support because he forgot to plug in a device. I swear, Im not that guy!The first monitor arrived with no instructions, and I couldnt turn it on. I checked cables, and power strips. Amazon offered only general advice for idiots on connecting a monitor and (choking) making sure its on. And, this is also key, it was in the box upside down. Remember! This is my alibi.A simple instruction manual or quick start guide would have shown me the nearly invisible power button on the bottom right. And now that I think of it, that power button is in the same place, invisible, on my two newest TVs, though there is a RED LIGHT to alert you that there is the button. The red light goes away when the TVs are on. This monitor has no such illumination of the power button. It only lights up when its ON, not off. But all I had was a warranty slip, and the power button was all but hidden on the bottom. I tried every permutation of the prominent unlabeled buttons on the back, and nothing.I thought that the first monitor was dead and called in for a replacement. The replacement came, and by sheer chance, as I tilted the properly packaged one out of the box, there was the faint gray power button! It was literally the FIRST THING I SAW!The replacement came with a no-words uni-language hieroglyphics quick guide for setup that was missing in the first one, that also had a callout for the power button. My heart sank. I went back and checked the original. There was the power button! It had worked all along. There was nothing wrong with it. The final hieroglyphic showed a disc and a hardcover book and a webpage and a down arrow. I checked with Indiana Jones, and he told me that this cryptic message meant to download the user guide from dell.com/s2722dgm for further information.Dell spent a ton of money on more than adequate packaging for this monitor. A whole tree died to deliver it. It came with an extra HDMI cable, which was nice. I would have traded the shiny box, which Im just going to toss out, for maybe one more 8.5x11 sheet of paper to get me up and running. There was also plenty of white space on the outside of the box for all the info I needed. Just a picture of the power button, because when you look at the back of the monitor, the joystick button makes you think it MUST be the power button. Poor packaging ended up costing Dell and Amazon. How I wish I had gone ahead and googled an online manual, but I was so depressed that it didnt work that I just waited on the replacement.But the next debacle is all my fault. I thought that the replacement was defective. I couldnt insert the HDMI into the HDMI 1. The problem was my orientation. I had my head upside down, looking, and then righted myself, my mind inverted left and right, and I was trying to insert into the display port and not the HDMI port. I used HDMI 2 and loved it. So, when I returned the perfectly fine replacement, I mentioned that the HDMI 1 was damaged, when it wasnt. Some guy at the Amazon returns department is going to call me an idiot. One had to be returned, so it wasnt a real issue.But overall, I love this monitor. Im spoiled to it, and dont want to go back to regular monitors. It shouldnt be called a gaming monitor. Its a workstation monitor. Love it to death.
      2: I bought this mainly for gaming, but it is an excellent choice for anything else like work or art. I've had several monitors now and this is my first ultrawide one. I was initially worried it would be too big for me or cause neck pain from looking at both ends of the screen, especially when gaming, but I can tell you that is not a problem here. It's a beautiful monitor with the right amount of curvature and adjustability to fit my needs. It promises on all of its advertised features and offers choices to accommodate what a lot of gamers look for in a high-end monitor. Before buying though, you'll want to make sure your PC can handle it. I have an RTX 2080, and this monitor is pretty much the best I can get with it, and I can't tell much of a difference in power draw or graphics quality (This monitor replaces a 2560x1440 curved one, which was still an amazing monitor, too).Now, to the design flaw I mentioned in the title, and the main reason I'm writing this; to give a little PSA on a weird quirk of the monitor. There are four settings available for response time: Fast, Super-Fast, Extreme, and MPRT. MPRT is 1ms response time and is what I prefer to use. However, every time I turn my PC on or wake it up from sleep, the response time resets to Fast. Every. Single. Time. A quick message from the monitor will pop up for 10 seconds or so when booting up saying that the refresh rate is too low and needs to be 100Hz or higher to use MPRT. You're probably thinking the Hz is too low, then, and so did I. But lo and behold, the Hz has not changed AT ALL from 144Hz when I go to check. I have to manually change the response time to MPRT (buttons on the side of the screen) for every power on or waking up. Oh yeah, and when it resets to Fast, the screen brightness goes down. You can see the screen get visibly brighter when putting it back to MPRT.I contacted Dell support and they were troubleshooting with me for over a month. Their final conclusion was that it is working as intended. What I can see why the monitor does this: in the split second it's turning on, its going from 0Hz to 144Hz and so it thinks that you can't have MPRT on when it's below 100Hz. So, it resets it, telling you to up your refresh rate to get MPRT back. But, come on... really It's not a deal-breaker but is so annoying. I'm on my computer every day and I have to have a sticky note on the monitor to remind me to change it. Even then, I still forget! I'm sure a lot of people will read this and go "Oh, first world problems! You're entitled, don't be lazy, etc.". Normally I'd agree, but this is a $500 ultrawide monitor with all the bells and whistles and comes from a well-known brand. I have a second, $200 monitor that does everything this one can but has never reset any of the settings. I've owned a $100 one that also does the same thing with no resetting. The only difference is resolution and size. I don't think it's laziness to expect an expensive product with a lot of good features to work correctly and not need manual input and handholding on a daily basis. Not to mention going from no worries on all my previous monitors to having to think about response time every day and wondering why my screen looks dimmer.TLDR: Best monitor I've ever had and I'm glad to have made the decision to get an ultrawide. Has all the features it advertises. Amazing for gaming or any use. Only flaw/annoyance is that your response time may reset every time your PC turns on or wakes up from sleep; a lower response time will also dim the screen. You have to manually change it back each time. Not really a big enough reason to not buy it, but certainly something I thought others should be aware of.UPDATE 6/12/2022: I recently upgraded my graphics card from an NVIDIA RTX 2080 to a 3080. Since doing that, the monitor no longer resets the refresh rate. I tried replicating the issue and it now stays at MPRT. I have no idea why the graphics card would affect that, but here we are. Maybe I had a setting somewhere that was reset upon installing the 3080 Or my PC needed a little more power in order to remember the setting I'm happy that I don't have to remember to change the refresh rate every time, but it's weird that this was a fix.

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