31 months ago
- Budget: Good question...
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Use: PC Gaming, Console, Movies, Desktop. 1-person viewing.
- Peripherals required: Monitor 34" 21:9 (and all the rest)
- Operating System required: Windows 10
Basically I am looking for a rig that can be best bang for the buck and yet drive a 2560x1080 21:9 34" display to the best of its abilities.
Here is the thing...I seem to be one of those freakish people who sees every little flaw and minor flicker when it comes to graphics. Be it ghosting, tearing, a single red pixel in a field of green, blurred edges, you name it the stuff catches my eye and annoys me. I loved my DLP all those years ago...could see the rainbow effect at times.
So I'm looking for a somewhat backwards build in that I'd like to get the ideal monitor and then make sure everything else can drive it appropriately.
As I mentioned I'd like it to be a 34" 21:9 curved 2000r display. Having said that I'm open to slightly larger or smaller, more or less curve and even flat given the right reasoning.
My thought process has been the 2560x1080 resolution because budget is obviously a factor and starting with a $800+ monitor and making sure it's a games machine driven to the best that ability will be pricey enough once it's all said and done. And I'm more than fine sacrificing some resolution to get rid of the graphical glitches.
I hope that's enough to go on and look forward to seeing your suggestions,