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xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles
xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles
xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles
xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles
xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles
xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles
xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles

xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles

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      I love this monitor, and feel it's xvidoes es well worth the price ($549 when purchased in April 2017). I was a bit skeptical, xvidoes es but it xvidoes es had decent xvidoes es reviews and I know xvidoes es Amazon is good at resolving disputes, so I xvidoes es took a chance. I'm very glad I xvidoes es did, and I love the monitor.I won't be using this xvidoes es for xvidoes es gaming (my xvidoes es gaming days, xvidoes es sadly, are behind xvidoes es me), but for my work, which xvidoes es is Web Development, Design, Photography, xvidoes es Video xvidoes es editing/processing, and xvidoes es graphic design. I run a small Marketing xvidoes es Agency (less than 5 people) and having ideal functionality on a monitor is crucial to success. I got this for myself with the hopes that everything works well xvidoes es enough, so that I could purchase xvidoes es for my team.My Computer:Late 2015 iMac Retina 5K, xvidoes es 27-inch;4Ghz, Intel Core i7;32 GB 1600 MHz DDR3;AMD Radeon R9 M295X xvidoes es 4096 MBMy xvidoes es Requirement:I xvidoes es wanted a 34" xvidoes es 3440 X 1440 curved xvidoes es monitor xvidoes es that can be xvidoes es used with Mac's; I've seen multiple flat screen UHD for reasonable prices, but not curved screens. Curved screens (for me) allow you to immerse yourself in your project, and tends to xvidoes es be more intuitive to xvidoes es use. My experience with additional xvidoes es flat screens is that an xvidoes es angle is off xvidoes es on one xvidoes es of the monitors, and that xvidoes es causes xvidoes es me xvidoes es to not look xvidoes es at/use the xvidoes es additional monitor- xvidoes es that defeats the whole purpose of multiple monitors. I know that xvidoes es curved monitors are the xvidoes es newest thing now, and big with gamers xvidoes es (my xvidoes es son is a xvidoes es huge xvidoes es gamer). So xvidoes es for me, UHD quality xvidoes es with a xvidoes es wide screen enables more room for multiple applications xvidoes es running, xvidoes es and good visibility on the applications.When I saw this on xvidoes es Amazon at the price advertised, I was xvidoes es very surprised and skeptical. xvidoes es However, there were xvidoes es really good reviews and I know Amazon xvidoes es is really good at resolving complaints and disputes, so I figured that this is xvidoes es the best place to experiment.Pro's:- Good Price; literally xvidoes es half the xvidoes es price or less, xvidoes es than any xvidoes es of the other big xvidoes es name xvidoes es monitors- Lightweight; this xvidoes es is about 15 lbs., which xvidoes es is a far xvidoes es cry xvidoes es from my old xvidoes es Apple Cinema Display. xvidoes es This makes it xvidoes es easier to move and adjust.- Simple connections; xvidoes es There are only 5 ports in xvidoes es the back of the monitor- HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, xvidoes es Audio-in, and power- Anti-reflective Matte screen (can xvidoes es be bad in the sense that you tend to lose a little visual sharpness with the matte xvidoes es screen. You do however, gain a consistent non-reflective xvidoes es surface if you work in a xvidoes es well-lit or sunny room)- Simple hook xvidoes es up; plug a connecting wire xvidoes es from your computer to one of the 3 video xvidoes es connectors xvidoes es in the monitor, that's it. There are xvidoes es some problems with this, which I'll discuss in the con's- xvidoes es Decent picture quality; I'd give it xvidoes es a 7.5 to 8 on a 1-10 scale, xvidoes es but this is mostly because it sits right next xvidoes es to xvidoes es my 5K xvidoes es iMac. It's like xvidoes es a Toyota sitting next xvidoes es to a Mercedes; Toyota is a great car, but Mercedes xvidoes es has more flash.- Good xvidoes es sound; I was xvidoes es surprised xvidoes es at this. Not xvidoes es that xvidoes es I use the monitor sound very often because I have xvidoes es external speakers. xvidoes es But when I xvidoes es want sound that the bass won't bounce xvidoes es off of every xvidoes es wall in xvidoes es a 30 xvidoes es ft radius, xvidoes es I xvidoes es turn the external xvidoes es speakers xvidoes es off xvidoes es and use the monitor's xvidoes es speakers. I xvidoes es like it even better than xvidoes es the iMac's internal speakers.Con"s:- Poor/no instructions; xvidoes es I had to read other user's reviews as mine didn't come with instructions.- Cables:Comes with the worst possible xvidoes es cable to use; either provide xvidoes es the correct one(s), xvidoes es or none at all.- Connecting with full resolution not as obvious xvidoes es as it seems: Yes, it's a straightforward process but xvidoes es not easy if xvidoes es you don't understand the difference in - quality the xvidoes es various cables xvidoes es are xvidoes es capable of. It comes xvidoes es with xvidoes es an HDMI-HDMI cable, but I used a Lightning to HDMI I've used it in the xvidoes es past to connect to Televisions, projectors, etc., with no xvidoes es problem. I couldn't xvidoes es get xvidoes es the quality to 3440 or the refresh rate any xvidoes es higher than 30Hz, which was very xvidoes es frustrating. xvidoes es Upon lots of research (most helpful was a user review by xvidoes es Upgrayedd xvidoes es for this product- sorry can't link xvidoes es it), xvidoes es I xvidoes es found that I needed a DisplayPort Cable. Checking the Apple xvidoes es site, the xvidoes es advice xvidoes es was that I had to use xvidoes es their USB-C Digital Multiport adapter, or else I would never get the full performance out of the secondary xvidoes es monitor. xvidoes es Well, that cable had bad reviews, and xvidoes es I wanted to try xvidoes es other things before spending $70 on something that may or may not work. I xvidoes es bought a xvidoes es DisplayPort to Lightning cable from Cable Matters, MULTIMEDIA POWERHOUSE xvidoes es xvidoes es The WQHD monitor resolution (3440x1440) delivers 2.5 times the pixel xvidoes es density of a full-HD monitor. xvidoes es Images are xvidoes es ultra-bright, extra crisp and razor-sharp. Its perfect xvidoes es for gaming or xvidoes es binge-watching movies and shows.I've been xvidoes es using this monitor for a little xvidoes es over xvidoes es a month now and I gotta say, xvidoes es I've been extremely impressed with the xvidoes es quality of this monitor for xvidoes es the xvidoes es price. That said, it's this price for a reason, and xvidoes es some corners xvidoes es have been cut, but they likely will xvidoes es be compromises most people are xvidoes es willing to accept xvidoes es for xvidoes es the savings.The Good/ExpectedAs far as I know, this monitor is using a xvidoes es Samsung VA panel xvidoes es and xvidoes es the xvidoes es picture is xvidoes es quite xvidoes es nice out xvidoes es of the box. Since it's a VA panel, the xvidoes es contrast ratio should be xvidoes es around 3000:1 out of xvidoes es the box, xvidoes es and in my xvidoes es experience the contrast ratio is quite a nice improvement compared to an IPS or TN panel. Honestly xvidoes es one of the best looking monitors out of the xvidoes es box I've ever xvidoes es used, but xvidoes es I normally cheap out xvidoes es on monitors (strange habit considering I bought an OLED xvidoes es TV). I don't xvidoes es have xvidoes es a calibration tool, but to my eyes the reds are slightly oversaturated, the blues and xvidoes es greens look a smidge undersaturated, the white point is perfect to my eyes, xvidoes es and the gamma is xvidoes es also exactly xvidoes es what I want xvidoes es (around 2.2 based on xvidoes es the lagom xvidoes es website's calibration test). Don't read too xvidoes es much into the color performance I've xvidoes es listed, if you don't buy xvidoes es precalibrated monitors or have xvidoes es never calibrated your monitor before, the out of the box xvidoes es performance xvidoes es will xvidoes es likely blow you xvidoes es away. xvidoes es That said, the matte coating isn't xvidoes es the xvidoes es greatest, leaving xvidoes es individual xvidoes es pixels pretty prominent, which was unexpected xvidoes es considering the resolution. xvidoes es It's easy to get used to and is only xvidoes es noticeable on solid, bright colors. Viewing angles are also what you'd expect xvidoes es from a VA panel. Significantly better than TN, xvidoes es not as xvidoes es good as IPS. xvidoes es The xvidoes es way the image distorts is greatly xvidoes es preferable to TN, xvidoes es as it's pretty xvidoes es much exclusively color shift and isn't xvidoes es too severe. The slight curve of the monitor xvidoes es helps color xvidoes es shift issues at the edges, though they'll still xvidoes es exist to varying degrees xvidoes es based on xvidoes es your distance from the panel.So how does this thing do with xvidoes es gaming xvidoes es Input lag feels great, but this is hardly ever an issue for monitors. I went from a 144hz 1440p xvidoes es TN panel, and while the lower 100hz xvidoes es refresh xvidoes es rate is noticeable, it didn't bother me xvidoes es nearly as much as I thought it might. If all you've xvidoes es used before xvidoes es is xvidoes es 60hz, you're in for xvidoes es a treat. Now a weak xvidoes es point for VA panels is xvidoes es motion xvidoes es blur/ghosting, and this monitor xvidoes es is no exception. Out of the box, the monitor doesn't have the overdrive option xvidoes es selected. I xvidoes es HIGHLY xvidoes es recommend setting this to the highest setting, xvidoes es as xvidoes es it exhibits no noticeable overshoot (for those not familiar xvidoes es with the xvidoes es term, it's xvidoes es like inverse ghosting, which can look arguably more weird) and helps a lot with motion performance. xvidoes es That said, even with this option enabled, there is noticeable smearing on near-black to near-white transitions. xvidoes es If ghosting is a major pet peeve for you, xvidoes es you should probably avoid VA panels xvidoes es all together and xvidoes es stick with TN or high end IPS.So far, this xvidoes es is sounding like it's exactly what you'd expect xvidoes es and hope for xvidoes es from a name xvidoes es brand display. Great xvidoes es out of the box performance xvidoes es with xvidoes es all the settings you xvidoes es want xvidoes es (including xvidoes es freesync/gsync). So xvidoes es where were the corners cutThe Not So GoodWell, let's talk about freesync/gsync on this xvidoes es panel. It mostly works, which is good! But xvidoes es where it's bad, it's pretty bad. The problem is the monitor exhibits xvidoes es brightness inconsistency or "flickering" xvidoes es within xvidoes es a xvidoes es certain range of its freesync window. When your game is xvidoes es running between 48-54 xvidoes es fps (or in other words, xvidoes es when your frametimes spike xvidoes es to this range, which isn't uncommon especially at xvidoes es this resolution!), xvidoes es you'll get xvidoes es that brightness inconsistency. xvidoes es Figuring xvidoes es out exactly what was making xvidoes es this thing xvidoes es tick xvidoes es was xvidoes es a chore, xvidoes es but once xvidoes es I figured it out I personally didn't have much of an issue working around it. You see, one xvidoes es of the major xvidoes es benefits xvidoes es of freesync/gsync is that you can xvidoes es lock your games to any xvidoes es framerate you can xvidoes es keep steady at xvidoes es and it will look buttery smooth. So if I xvidoes es have xvidoes es a game that's regularly spiking xvidoes es to frametimes that xvidoes es low, xvidoes es I lock the game xvidoes es to xvidoes es 45 or xvidoes es 46 xvidoes es FPS using xvidoes es RTSS. xvidoes es This triggers LFC xvidoes es (or low framerate compensation) xvidoes es for both Nvidia and AMD, meaning freesync/gsync still xvidoes es works outside of its xvidoes es listed range. So, xvidoes es this works, but it is xvidoes es an irritating xvidoes es compromise and potentially a deal breaker xvidoes es to xvidoes es those not patient/knowledgeable enough to figure it out xvidoes es and work around it. So is there anything else wrong with this xvidoes es monitorNot xvidoes es a major thing, but the calibration options on xvidoes es the display itself xvidoes es are xvidoes es lacking. If you want a fully calibrated screen, you'll have xvidoes es to xvidoes es do it in software. xvidoes es Again, out xvidoes es of the box performance is good enough for the xvidoes es vast majority of users, xvidoes es so it's xvidoes es only a problem to those xvidoes es that xvidoes es need perfect color performance.Additional InfoI have my switch xvidoes es dock hooked up to this xvidoes es and it xvidoes es upscales to the correct height xvidoes es and maintains aspect ratio (and does have different scaling options if you don't xvidoes es want that for some xvidoes es reason). Despite being an extremely xvidoes es suboptimal monitor for the switch (most switch games are under 1080p, upscaled to 1080p by xvidoes es the switch, then the monitor has to upscale that to 1440p), xvidoes es image quality xvidoes es is about xvidoes es as good xvidoes es as you can expect. The xvidoes es contrast ratio goes a long xvidoes es way to keeping the image appearing sharp.Since the weight of this thing is xvidoes es apparently xvidoes es an xvidoes es enigma, I weighed xvidoes es the xvidoes es monitor without the stand and xvidoes es it's just under 15 pounds. It works beautifully on my dual xvidoes es monitor vesa mount that supports up xvidoes es to 17 pounds, which I'll link here for xvidoes es those interested xvidoes es in seeing something that will xvidoes es work. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077X9Z7MTThe xvidoes es power supply is integrated into the monitor, so no power brick under your desk. The xvidoes es monitor doesn't get too hot to the touch either. Always a plus.If you are xvidoes es hoping to overclock this, you'll xvidoes es have xvidoes es no luck. The monitor uses DisplayPort 1.2, xvidoes es and 3440x1440 @100hz xvidoes es is right xvidoes es at the limit of the xvidoes es bandwidth xvidoes es that standard supports. Seriously, a couple hertz higher xvidoes es and you'll get artifacts. You may xvidoes es have luck overclocking at a xvidoes es lower, non-native resolution, but I didn't try.I tried to be as thorough as possible with xvidoes es this review xvidoes es since truly detailed reviews are a bit lacking. xvidoes es I hope this helps somebody xvidoes es out there xvidoes es make a decision for xvidoes es themselves. Despite xvidoes es the xvidoes es issues, I xvidoes es still xvidoes es highly recommend this xvidoes es monitor xvidoes es for xvidoes es the price ($400).FLAWLESSLY xvidoes es SMOOTH GAMEPLAY xvidoes es Winning features keep you on top of your game: Adaptive Sync (compatible with FreeSync and G-SYNC), a monitor xvidoes es refresh rate of 100Hz, and xvidoes es 6ms response time. Add in GAMEPLUS crosshairs for sure-shot accuracy, and you have a recipe xvidoes es for victory.For the xvidoes es price, this xvidoes es is a great monitor. Out of the box it was good, but I xvidoes es do recommend xvidoes es calibrating it xvidoes es for better gaming. I found xvidoes es a good color profile file from xvidoes es a search at Tom's xvidoes es Hardware then manually adjusted some xvidoes es settings. No xvidoes es dead pixels so far. xvidoes es I was never interested in xvidoes es a curved monitor, but the price, xvidoes es specs and reviews made me get it. I am replacing 2 23" xvidoes es acer monitors with older xvidoes es DVI connectors and it is like going SD to HD.The stand is nothing fancy, but xvidoes es sturdy if you don't touch the xvidoes es monitor. I have xvidoes es mine xvidoes es mounted on an arm, clamped to xvidoes es my desk, works great.It comes with a Display Port cable and xvidoes es I recommend xvidoes es that xvidoes es over HDMI.BIG SCREEN, BIG xvidoes es FEATURES xvidoes es Display xvidoes es more content simultaneously, thanks xvidoes es to a 3-screen split with and Picture-in-Picture (PIP). Connect a video game console, streaming xvidoes es box, PC, or laptop to the three HDMI ports xvidoes es and one DisplayPort.LOSE YOURSELF IN THE GAME Designed xvidoes es for immersive xvidoes es gaming, xvidoes es the xvidoes es GNV34DB2 xvidoes es features 3000:1 xvidoes es sharp contrast ratio (3,000,000:1 Dynamic), 99% SRGB, and xvidoes es HDR Ready 300cd/m2 xvidoes es brightness. And the 1500R curved VA panel wraps xvidoes es around you for a better xvidoes es field of xvidoes es view xvidoes es than 1800R monitors.BEST-IN-CLASS SUPPORT We xvidoes es dont play with dead pixels. Neither will xvidoes es you! New Viotek gaming PC monitors are protected xvidoes es by our xvidoes es Zero-Tolerance Dead Pixel Policy and 3-Year Limited Warranty. 100% U.S. xvidoes es customer xvidoes es service support.


      VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR Ready, 3000:1 Contrast Ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI with PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead PixelsMULTIMEDIA POWERHOUSE The WQHD monitor resolution (3440x1440) xvidoes es delivers 2.5 times the pixel xvidoes es density of a full-HD monitor. Images are ultra-bright, xvidoes es extra crisp and razor-sharp. xvidoes es Its perfect xvidoes es for gaming xvidoes es or binge-watching movies xvidoes es and xvidoes es shows.LOSE YOURSELF xvidoes es IN THE xvidoes es GAME Designed for xvidoes es immersive gaming, the GNV34DB2 features 3000:1 sharp xvidoes es contrast ratio (3,000,000:1 Dynamic), 99% SRGB, xvidoes es and xvidoes es HDR Ready 300cd/m2 brightness. xvidoes es And the 1500R curved VA xvidoes es panel wraps around you for a better field xvidoes es of view xvidoes es than 1800R monitors.FLAWLESSLY SMOOTH GAMEPLAY xvidoes es xvidoes es Winning features keep you xvidoes es on top of your game: Adaptive Sync (compatible with FreeSync and G-SYNC), a xvidoes es monitor refresh xvidoes es rate xvidoes es of 100Hz, and 6ms response time. Add in GAMEPLUS xvidoes es crosshairs for sure-shot accuracy, and you have a recipe xvidoes es for victory.BIG SCREEN, BIG FEATURES Display more content xvidoes es simultaneously, thanks to a 3-screen split with xvidoes es and Picture-in-Picture (PIP). Connect a video game xvidoes es console, streaming box, PC, xvidoes es or xvidoes es laptop to the xvidoes es three HDMI ports xvidoes es and one DisplayPort.BEST-IN-CLASS SUPPORT We dont play with dead pixels. Neither will you! xvidoes es New Viotek xvidoes es gaming PC monitors are protected by our Zero-Tolerance xvidoes es Dead Pixel Policy and 3-Year Limited xvidoes es Warranty. 100% xvidoes es U.S. customer service xvidoes es support.



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      xvidoes es VIOTEK GNV34DB2 34-Inch UltraWide WQHD Curved Gaming Monitor | 21:9 3440x1440p 1500R | HDR ready; 3000:1 contrast ratio | 100Hz FreeSync FPS/RTS | 1x DP 3x HDMI PIP/PBP | 3 Years Zero Dead Pixels Men's and women's styles



Buyer's experience:


      1: I've been using this monitor for a little over a month now and I gotta say, I've been extremely impressed with the quality of this monitor for the price. That said, it's this price for a reason, and some corners have been cut, but they likely will be compromises most people are willing to accept for the savings.The Good/ExpectedAs far as I know, this monitor is using a Samsung VA panel and the picture is quite nice out of the box. Since it's a VA panel, the contrast ratio should be around 3000:1 out of the box, and in my experience the contrast ratio is quite a nice improvement compared to an IPS or TN panel. Honestly one of the best looking monitors out of the box I've ever used, but I normally cheap out on monitors (strange habit considering I bought an OLED TV). I don't have a calibration tool, but to my eyes the reds are slightly oversaturated, the blues and greens look a smidge undersaturated, the white point is perfect to my eyes, and the gamma is also exactly what I want (around 2.2 based on the lagom website's calibration test). Don't read too much into the color performance I've listed, if you don't buy precalibrated monitors or have never calibrated your monitor before, the out of the box performance will likely blow you away. That said, the matte coating isn't the greatest, leaving individual pixels pretty prominent, which was unexpected considering the resolution. It's easy to get used to and is only noticeable on solid, bright colors. Viewing angles are also what you'd expect from a VA panel. Significantly better than TN, not as good as IPS. The way the image distorts is greatly preferable to TN, as it's pretty much exclusively color shift and isn't too severe. The slight curve of the monitor helps color shift issues at the edges, though they'll still exist to varying degrees based on your distance from the panel.So how does this thing do with gaming Input lag feels great, but this is hardly ever an issue for monitors. I went from a 144hz 1440p TN panel, and while the lower 100hz refresh rate is noticeable, it didn't bother me nearly as much as I thought it might. If all you've used before is 60hz, you're in for a treat. Now a weak point for VA panels is motion blur/ghosting, and this monitor is no exception. Out of the box, the monitor doesn't have the overdrive option selected. I HIGHLY recommend setting this to the highest setting, as it exhibits no noticeable overshoot (for those not familiar with the term, it's like inverse ghosting, which can look arguably more weird) and helps a lot with motion performance. That said, even with this option enabled, there is noticeable smearing on near-black to near-white transitions. If ghosting is a major pet peeve for you, you should probably avoid VA panels all together and stick with TN or high end IPS.So far, this is sounding like it's exactly what you'd expect and hope for from a name brand display. Great out of the box performance with all the settings you want (including freesync/gsync). So where were the corners cutThe Not So GoodWell, let's talk about freesync/gsync on this panel. It mostly works, which is good! But where it's bad, it's pretty bad. The problem is the monitor exhibits brightness inconsistency or "flickering" within a certain range of its freesync window. When your game is running between 48-54 fps (or in other words, when your frametimes spike to this range, which isn't uncommon especially at this resolution!), you'll get that brightness inconsistency. Figuring out exactly what was making this thing tick was a chore, but once I figured it out I personally didn't have much of an issue working around it. You see, one of the major benefits of freesync/gsync is that you can lock your games to any framerate you can keep steady at and it will look buttery smooth. So if I have a game that's regularly spiking to frametimes that low, I lock the game to 45 or 46 FPS using RTSS. This triggers LFC (or low framerate compensation) for both Nvidia and AMD, meaning freesync/gsync still works outside of its listed range. So, this works, but it is an irritating compromise and potentially a deal breaker to those not patient/knowledgeable enough to figure it out and work around it. So is there anything else wrong with this monitorNot a major thing, but the calibration options on the display itself are lacking. If you want a fully calibrated screen, you'll have to do it in software. Again, out of the box performance is good enough for the vast majority of users, so it's only a problem to those that need perfect color performance.Additional InfoI have my switch dock hooked up to this and it upscales to the correct height and maintains aspect ratio (and does have different scaling options if you don't want that for some reason). Despite being an extremely suboptimal monitor for the switch (most switch games are under 1080p, upscaled to 1080p by the switch, then the monitor has to upscale that to 1440p), image quality is about as good as you can expect. The contrast ratio goes a long way to keeping the image appearing sharp.Since the weight of this thing is apparently an enigma, I weighed the monitor without the stand and it's just under 15 pounds. It works beautifully on my dual monitor vesa mount that supports up to 17 pounds, which I'll link here for those interested in seeing something that will work. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077X9Z7MTThe power supply is integrated into the monitor, so no power brick under your desk. The monitor doesn't get too hot to the touch either. Always a plus.If you are hoping to overclock this, you'll have no luck. The monitor uses DisplayPort 1.2, and 3440x1440 @100hz is right at the limit of the bandwidth that standard supports. Seriously, a couple hertz higher and you'll get artifacts. You may have luck overclocking at a lower, non-native resolution, but I didn't try.I tried to be as thorough as possible with this review since truly detailed reviews are a bit lacking. I hope this helps somebody out there make a decision for themselves. Despite the issues, I still highly recommend this monitor for the price ($400).


      2: I love this monitor, and feel it's well worth the price ($549 when purchased in April 2017). I was a bit skeptical, but it had decent reviews and I know Amazon is good at resolving disputes, so I took a chance. I'm very glad I did, and I love the monitor.I won't be using this for gaming (my gaming days, sadly, are behind me), but for my work, which is Web Development, Design, Photography, Video editing/processing, and graphic design. I run a small Marketing Agency (less than 5 people) and having ideal functionality on a monitor is crucial to success. I got this for myself with the hopes that everything works well enough, so that I could purchase for my team.My Computer:Late 2015 iMac Retina 5K, 27-inch;4Ghz, Intel Core i7;32 GB 1600 MHz DDR3;AMD Radeon R9 M295X 4096 MBMy Requirement:I wanted a 34" 3440 X 1440 curved monitor that can be used with Mac's; I've seen multiple flat screen UHD for reasonable prices, but not curved screens. Curved screens (for me) allow you to immerse yourself in your project, and tends to be more intuitive to use. My experience with additional flat screens is that an angle is off on one of the monitors, and that causes me to not look at/use the additional monitor- that defeats the whole purpose of multiple monitors. I know that curved monitors are the newest thing now, and big with gamers (my son is a huge gamer). So for me, UHD quality with a wide screen enables more room for multiple applications running, and good visibility on the applications.When I saw this on Amazon at the price advertised, I was very surprised and skeptical. However, there were really good reviews and I know Amazon is really good at resolving complaints and disputes, so I figured that this is the best place to experiment.Pro's:- Good Price; literally half the price or less, than any of the other big name monitors- Lightweight; this is about 15 lbs., which is a far cry from my old Apple Cinema Display. This makes it easier to move and adjust.- Simple connections; There are only 5 ports in the back of the monitor- HDMI, DVI, DisplayPort, Audio-in, and power- Anti-reflective Matte screen (can be bad in the sense that you tend to lose a little visual sharpness with the matte screen. You do however, gain a consistent non-reflective surface if you work in a well-lit or sunny room)- Simple hook up; plug a connecting wire from your computer to one of the 3 video connectors in the monitor, that's it. There are some problems with this, which I'll discuss in the con's- Decent picture quality; I'd give it a 7.5 to 8 on a 1-10 scale, but this is mostly because it sits right next to my 5K iMac. It's like a Toyota sitting next to a Mercedes; Toyota is a great car, but Mercedes has more flash.- Good sound; I was surprised at this. Not that I use the monitor sound very often because I have external speakers. But when I want sound that the bass won't bounce off of every wall in a 30 ft radius, I turn the external speakers off and use the monitor's speakers. I like it even better than the iMac's internal speakers.Con"s:- Poor/no instructions; I had to read other user's reviews as mine didn't come with instructions.- Cables:Comes with the worst possible cable to use; either provide the correct one(s), or none at all.- Connecting with full resolution not as obvious as it seems: Yes, it's a straightforward process but not easy if you don't understand the difference in - quality the various cables are capable of. It comes with an HDMI-HDMI cable, but I used a Lightning to HDMI I've used it in the past to connect to Televisions, projectors, etc., with no problem. I couldn't get the quality to 3440 or the refresh rate any higher than 30Hz, which was very frustrating. Upon lots of research (most helpful was a user review by Upgrayedd for this product- sorry can't link it), I found that I needed a DisplayPort Cable. Checking the Apple site, the advice was that I had to use their USB-C Digital Multiport adapter, or else I would never get the full performance out of the secondary monitor. Well, that cable had bad reviews, and I wanted to try other things before spending $70 on something that may or may not work. I bought a DisplayPort to Lightning cable from Cable Matters,


      3: For the price, this is a great monitor. Out of the box it was good, but I do recommend calibrating it for better gaming. I found a good color profile file from a search at Tom's Hardware then manually adjusted some settings. No dead pixels so far. I was never interested in a curved monitor, but the price, specs and reviews made me get it. I am replacing 2 23" acer monitors with older DVI connectors and it is like going SD to HD.The stand is nothing fancy, but sturdy if you don't touch the monitor. I have mine mounted on an arm, clamped to my desk, works great.It comes with a Display Port cable and I recommend that over HDMI.



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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00