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Old 16-04-19, 01:19 PM
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Either very heavy or very light...

I was speaking to the removal men when I moved recently and asked why my 65" weighed so much (I can't lift it alone) when my 49" weighed so little (I can lift that in one hand). He said that when you step over 50" the metal frame needed to stop the screen twisting was just insane. Which finally explained that mystery.

So this can either support its own screen without wanting to twist, or it will need metal in there to stop it happening.

lol give me the light ones any time !
Sounds about right. My swift p348 is pretty damn heavy for what it is. Certainly pushes the limit on my vesa mount.

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Old 28-04-19, 01:11 AM
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Is there a dual 1080p variant? Because I'd like to get a new one for work and 1440p isn't really needed, as are the 120Hz. With a 1080p variant I could be able to talk my boss into it :P
1080p 32:9 screens have been around for a while - https://www.samsung.com/levant/monitors/c49hg90/ for a 144Hz version and you could easily find a 60Hz screen if you don't want to pay for the high refresh rate.
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Old 28-06-19, 01:50 PM
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da best

I got this monitor and it is a beast. the problems with the older model have been revised as there is no more flickering when freesync is enabled (i had 2 of the older model and both had that issue). All i can say is this monitor is a beast. i run it with a 2080ti and my games range from 90fps to 120fps

Recently i have enabled 10bit color and full RGB on the nvidia panel, and it will only do this settings at 100hz... but to be honest, for gaming 100hz is enough and i didn feel any diference on the smoothness and gave my graphic card and the monitor itself more room for the freesync2 to come into play and smooth things up. if you want the 120hz with 10bit color you will need to use ycbcr444, but i prefered the 100hz with full RGB

all in all, im really very impressed with this monitor, the HDR1000 (up from the HDR600 on the previous model) is noticeable. used a color calibration unit and the colors on this thing are amazing. really really happy and impressed.
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Old 28-06-19, 01:54 PM
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Recently i have enabled 10bit color and full RGB on the nvidia panel, and it will only do this settings at 100hz... but to be honest, for gaming 100hz is enough and i didn feel any diference on the smoothness and gave my graphic card and the monitor itself more room for the freesync2 to come into play and smooth things up. if you want the 120hz with 10bit color you will need to use ycbcr444, but i prefered the 100hz with full RGB
Yeah that's a limit of DisplayPort itself atm so presumably all monitors like this have those limits.
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Old 28-06-19, 02:06 PM
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Yeah that's a limit of DisplayPort itself atm so presumably all monitors like this have those limits.
That and the fact that it has taken such a long time for anyone to start using DSC (Delta Stream Compression), which is arguably the most notable feature of DisplayPort 1.4.

Navi is the first Radeon GPU to support the feature, which is a big plus for them. Shame this announcement is somewhat undermined by DisplayPort 2.0's reveal. I don't think any Nvidia GPU supports DSC right now.
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