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2560 x 1080
Response Time (G2G)
178° H x 178° V
- 24 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build White Lightning Jr
Really nice monitor at a very good price. Supports FreeSync which, when used with an RTX or similarly supported card, now works with Nvidia's Gsync technology on the latest drivers. I love the additional work-space provided by the ultra-wide resolution. IPS display is clear, bright and very crisp indeed. Originally, I'd picked up the 25" version in the Black Friday sale but that felt incredibly small and was promptly returned. The 29" diagonal gives you a height equivalent of a 23" 16:9 display, which is what I was replacing. Docked one star for the "HDR" implementation, which is terrible.
- 13 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Black Eye V2
No, this thing doesn't have that great of an HDR implementation but doesn't look terrible in BF1 or Destiny 2. For the money, getting IPS, 75hz, and freesync, it's a good deal(especially if you use the $50 off student coupon at Microcenter)
- 13 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build Super Budget 2019 Build
Great monitor for the price. I have had the chance to experience all types of monitors before. From 4K to 1440p, 144hz, 240hz, TN, VA and IPS, and curved panels. This is the sweet spot for what I do daily. Beside casual gaming, I mostly tend to multitask on my PC and the 21:9 aspect ratio really helps. Decent response time, refresh rate and great colors; surprisingly better than QLED monitor that I had. Looks sharper than my 24" 1080p that I had, perfect PPI for 1080p at this size. It has built-in speakers and they are OK for what I do. Good enough for YouTube, casual gaming and even having music played in the background.
- 13 points
- 8 months ago
from completed build Monster Pc
this is a really nice monitor , its ultrawide and ips , pretty large and so far has lasted me 1 year of use with few mishaps. do note that the headphone jack is pretty hard to insert and when its inserted , u need to apply a lot of pressure to pull it out like it is glued in
- 8 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Good.
Good relatively budget ultrawide. The 1080p resolution is good enough, although I wouldn't get a 1080p panel for anything larger than this. The HDR isn't great though. Freesync and 75hz is great though.
- 6 points
- 16 days ago
from completed build Genesis
I feel like 29" hits the sweetspot for this 1080p resolution. Text is clear and colours are amazing. I cant vouch for color accuracy but its pretty great in my opinion. The ultrawide resolution is great for all games since it fills your peripheral vision allowing emmersion. For movies this thing is just the best since there is zero letterboxing. The HDR support is decent enough to the point you can tell the difference but its not ground breaking. All round Id say this monitor is fantastic as a budget all rounder. If you want an ultrawide specifically for gaming, Id recommedn you go for LG s UW monitors that support higher refresh rates. Oh and the stand sucks so a monitor mount is almost a must unless you plan to use a monitor riser.
- 4 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build First Arrangement
dealing with this monitor is pretty complicated since an application is needed for full tuning. getting it to 75Hz is a mystery for beginners that can't easily be revealed. it comes with freesync technology but that's not needed unless the refresh rate is higher than 75Hz. HDR is a big plus :D in conclusion, i recommend this.