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3840 x 2160
Response Time (G2G)
170° H x 160° V
- 41 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Titan Ryzen
After using a retina macbook, I could see the difference in the detail of text between that and anything 1080p and there was no going back. I value 4k detail a lot more than 144Hz and this tn monitor has served me well so far. It's not the best out there but for the price, it's pretty good.
- 21 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build My Hackintosh and Windows Dual Boot Build
Good 4K screen, does the job for me. Quality is good, build quality is nice. The HDMI ports don't support 4K so you have to use DP. On mine, DP was set to DP 1.1 so I only got 30Hz until I figured out you had to change te settings to DP 1.2.
As said before the speakers are far from great, so if you need sound, go for a good set of speakers.
- 16 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Rendering/Gaming Rig
A great 4K monitor, not much else to say. I would recommend it.
- 12 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Goldibox
Great picture, well built, I want more metal and no plastic.
- 11 points
- 22 months ago
from completed build My First PC Build - i5-8600k, GTX 1080, 24 GB RAM 3200
Depends on what you want it for. Not a gaming monitor, but I got it from facebook marketplace for $150, so I can't complain.
- 10 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build 4K Gaming Deployed
Picked this display because it was literally the fastest measured 4K panel on displaylag(dot)com's database. Superfast, great colors, and one of the cheapest 4K60Hz panels.
Only caveat I must bring up is that out of the box, the monitor is configured for DP1.1... you'll need to both change it to DP1.2 in its OSD to enable 4K60Hz support (as well as use its supplied displayport cable), but also make sure to update your resolution choice in your display drivers to ensure you're using 4K and 60Hz rate. After that, you're golden.
So it does take some manual tuning first, but if you can afford this display, it would be foolish to pass up.
- 9 points
- 54 months ago
from completed build DONDO THE SUPER RIG: WorkInProgress
had to send the first one back due to the whole thing going dead (white on everything) second monitor is the crispest monitor I have ever used.
- 8 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Audiophile's build
An okay 4k Display, the TN panel and 60Hz refresh rate leaves a little to be desired
- 7 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Gr33zy's Twitch/Editing Build!
The first thing I noticed was, this thing is HUGE. Even though I am used to looking at my 55" TV and older 32" Monitor, this thing for some reason just seems gigantic. The base for the monitor is very big and extremely sturdy feeling. The one thing that did annoy me, was the area to plug the Display port and other cables into; it's hard to explain verbally but it goes up inside and has a long area covering around it, which makes it nearly impossible to plug things in while not looking. Your fingers will get lost trying to find plugs. The colors have been amazing so far, and I really enjoy how I am able to adjust the height and angle of the monitor. I will be buying another in the future.
- 3 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Home Office Overkill
I bought this a couple years ago to upgrade my 1080p 60hz monitor. The monitor is built really solid and the stand is one of the best you'll find from any manufacturer in my opinion. This has been running sold and I really have no issues with it. I wish it had UHD but PC monitors are just starting to add this, and charing an arm and a leg so I'll make due with this monitor for now.
- Intel Core i7-4790K
- Radeon R9 295X2 (x2)
- Intel Xeon E5-2687W (@3.4GHz)
- GeForce GTX Titan
- Intel Core i7-4790K
- Radeon R9 290 (x2)