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- X34 Pbmiphzx
- X34 Pbmiphzx (UM.CX0AA.P01)
3440 x 1440
Response Time (G2G)
178° H x 178° V
- 88 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build Tölva 2.0
If you have money to spare, buy it. I have no regrets! Plenty space for multitasking and games looks good.
- 47 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build Black & White: An awesome all-rounder
A phenomenal monitor. I took a gamble with mine, it's open box - so someone probably returned it for backlight bleed. And it does have some - a tiny bit in bottom corners. I can only see it on a blank black screen, in all other situations it's fine.
I cannot fault anything else with this monitor. I LOVE the immersion, the fluidity of G-Sync, I use the USB hub on the back of it, I love the curve. It works great in driving games or elite dangerous. In fact it works great everywhere. I've become an ultrawide evangelist due to this monitor.
- 35 points
- 23 days ago
from completed build Skynet Ryzes 2020
Pros: Includes all the bear (yes) gaming necessities: Ultrawide - check 1440p - check G-Sync - check 120Hz - check IPS - check No glossy plastic - check Slick textured design with cool logo - check
Cons: The stand is quality but in the way of a mouse and keyboard (vesa monitor arm is a must); No backlight strobing for ULMB; 4ms GTG (not bad given IPS but we need this to lower in the future); only 120Hz (yes decent, but still too much persistence without ULMB at this rate); And this is an odd one but there is a faint interlacing-like artifact most notably when the monitor is warming up on a grey background, I but I think pretty much always there, at least with G-sync. There are countless reports of this and I think it's on the related other G-sync ultrawides too (such as the ASUS). I haven't done enough research to figure out who is to blame for sure but I think it's Nvidia's G-sync module.
Summary: Still one of the best somewhat affordable Ultrawides you can buy (to be beaten by expensive guys like the Predator X35 200Hz machine). I love this monitor for sure and wouldn't have gotten anything different.
Sidenote: It seems like 16:9 monitors are progressing faster than ultrawide and I'd like to see them progress equally. We need Displayport to keep revising to get bandwidth for at least 3840x1600 @ 480Hz full HDR1000 support in the near future. While that is setting the bar high today, Displayport is still the limiting factor these days where the X35 for instance can't do full 200Hz without compromising the HDR and color depth. ugh...
- 10 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build Aurora
So glad I waited for the new model. 120Hz is fantastic. Just wish the frame were a little smaller. Still 5 stars though.
- 9 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Project Royalty
Stunning example of this monitor. Won the lottery with the panels on my first try.
- 9 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build Ilse - Second Build
Monitor looks better than most 4k monitors I've used. 100hz alone is noticeably smoother, and I usually keep it there. It might get kind of unstable when overclocking - I got some weird line patterns once, and never again, but I've only overclocked it all of three times or so. The settings are great, build quality is solid, all the USB ports help with flight sticks and such.
- 9 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build Dream Achieved
Huge and gorgeous. Two of these monsters is absolute hedonism and I love it. Tiny quibbles: - the included DP cable for the left monitor barely reaches past the right monitor to the PC - the USB hub input cable for the left monitor cannot reach past the right monitor to the PC (this is not an issue at the moment, as I have more than enough USB ports between the PC, the right monitor, and even my frickin' router) I don't blame them for this, as they probably never imagined anyone in their right mind would use two of these behemoths at the same time...and if I really want, I can just get longer cables.
- 8 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Oracle α
This monitor is positively gorgeous. I cannot recommend it highly enough for the price point. Perhaps I won the panel lottery or something of the sort, but it's a truly beautiful panel and it's worth the money 100%.
- Intel Core i7-8700K (@5GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
- Intel Core i7-8700K (@5 GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
- AMD Threadripper 2950X
- GeForce GTX 1070 (x2)