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  1. Hello, I have researched and learned more after my first post about the Acer monitor. I have found these monitors. Which one will be best for graphic design, video editing, print, and gaming. Acer XB273k 27in 4k 144hz with 90% DCI-P3, 100% sRGB, 82 percent Adobe RGB, Delta 2 (with gray scale .42 % and gamma 2.2% in DCI-P3 mode, and gray scale .43% and gamma 2.0 % in sRGB mode). Switchable between DCI-P3 and sRGB, 400 HDR certified. Toms Hardware says the color accuracy is high and same levels as professional level monitors for graphics. Calibrated from factory.
  2. Specs say it can be switched between sRGB and DCI-P3 modes, the Dela E 2 grayscale avg is .042, gamma is 2.2 for the DCI-P3. Delta E 2 is .43 and the grayscale 2.0 for the sRGB. Are these good numbers?
  3. I am still learning about these things so dont know what to look for as far as the other things listed.
  4. Oh ok, so I found more specs for the one I am thinking about. It has more than 90% DCI-P3, 82% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB, Delta E 2. What do you think? I need to use the monitor for graphic design, video editing, 3D design and rendering and some gaming.
  5. Thanks, So DCI-P3 covers the same area as Pro Photo RGB and is bigger than Adobe RGB? What do you think about the monitor I going to buy?
  6. So should I have one machine for doing photoshop, graphics, illustrations and have the other one for rendering and video editing?
  7. ? I will use both Lightwave and use Octane when best used and Blender for some things.
  8. I dont really want to take a risk with buying used gpu's that are no longer made. Not spending that much for them.