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KiLZo

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It's a monitor, by samsung.
https://www.samsung.com/us/computing/monitors/curved/34--cf791-wqhd-monitor-lc34f791wqnxza/ to be precise. I was weary on going wide but since I did it's been great. But running some games on my 1070 to this resolution really don't reach full potential. I need a new card to get the frames since no matter what I play maxed. But since i'm remodeling the house, need to make the woman somewhat happy and spend money on that than new pc parts.
Holy shit 700$$$ to much for my broke ass
 

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You won't see much difference in games in beefing up anything, no bottlenecks there. That's a nice setup, 980ti 6GB is a beast.
 

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It's a monitor, by samsung.
https://www.samsung.com/us/computing/monitors/curved/34--cf791-wqhd-monitor-lc34f791wqnxza/ to be precise. I was weary on going wide but since I did it's been great. But running some games on my 1070 to this resolution really don't reach full potential. I need a new card to get the frames since no matter what I play maxed. But since i'm remodeling the house, need to make the woman somewhat happy and spend money on that than new pc parts.
I'm running a 1070 ti with msi after burner and getting up to 90 fps on the new monitor.
 

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Should run fine. I'm still running my 4790K, slightly overclocked. If you can get yours overclocked a bit it wouldn't hurt. Overall a great setup for 1080p gaming.
 

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That's really expensive. I don't know that I'm ready to pay $900 for a new monitor.
 

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I've had my X34 Predator for over three years now. It's been absolutely fantastic, but I'm a bit bummed out the technology hasn't advanced enough in that time to make 4k reasonable. I'm not paying $2k for that crummy little 27", 4k monitor that is out now. Once you go widescreen, it's impossible to go back really. If they made that same panel in a 4k widescreen 34"+, I'd happily pay $2500 or so for it.

Here's the next monitor I have my eye on: https://www.144hzmonitors.com/monitors/lg-38gl950g-review/
 

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I got my Acer from their recertified site. $500

https://acerrecertified.com/acer-27...lay-wqhd-2560-x-1440-4-ms-ips-144-hz-xb271hu/

I have had it for 2 years now. A buddy has one as well. A lot of people don't like to buy refurb or recert electronics, but I have no issue.

I just wait for them to go on sale on the holidays. The 32" 2k one I got was $329 shipped on Black Friday.

I wouldn't worry about G-sync. I was reading that Nvidia is certifying Freesync monitors to work with their cards the same as G-sync does.

https://www.extremetech.com/gaming/...feat-will-support-g-sync-on-freesync-displays
 
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