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Old 11-11-19, 07:22 PM
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Acer's 43-inch Predator CG7 Large Format Gaming Display is now available in the US

A 43-inch screen that offers refresh rates up to 144Hz and G-Sync Compatability.



Read more about Acer's Predator CG7 large format HDR gaming monitor.

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Old 11-11-19, 07:46 PM
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Not that bad of a price for what you get. Yeah you can get similar TVs for bigger sizes and as good picture quality, but monitors are tuned for PC so I would guess input lag and response times would be lower. Plus you don't need a 65inch TV 3 feet from your face

Still out of my price range though
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Old 11-11-19, 07:53 PM
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This is an interesting bracket. I was going to praise Samsung's Q60 TV as a replacement but apparently their 43 and 49 inch models are 60Hz native without VRR. But still, expected to have pretty fierce competition from smaller TVs.
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Not that bad of a price for what you get. Yeah you can get similar TVs for bigger sizes and as good picture quality, but monitors are tuned for PC so I would guess input lag and response times would be lower. Plus you don't need a 65inch TV 3 feet from your face

Still out of my price range though
Don't knock that until you've tried it
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Don't knock that until you've tried it
I can promise I would not enjoy moving my head all around to look at the corners of the screen
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Old 11-11-19, 09:36 PM
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I use a 43-inch TV screen to game at 4K. Pretty good if I'm honest. It's not a premium panel, turn HDR to off. Would love an OLED, but that isn't gonna happen. Need ££££ for that.

That said, I wouldn't upgrade to an OLED until HDMI 2.1 is common. Need that 120Hz and VRR.
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I'm more interested in DP 2.0 tbh. Basically double the bandwidth of HDMI 2.1 and a lightning cable form factor. So USB-C. Totally down for that!
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Old 12-11-19, 07:52 AM
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i must say it dose look interesting , but for us with limited space a 32inch 144hz gsync ips panel would be more appealing
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Waiting to see if this has the same issues as the Asus variant... I bought the XG438Q, but haven't opened it yet due to all the mixed reviews about the text issues. Hoping this one won't have the same issue, as I know they both use the same AUO VA panel.

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