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When will gaming monitors be 4k and 40" ? 2020 ?

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I love to change this pos 60hz, however I will lose my size and the 4k res which I can't live without.  I already been using it for 5 years....   I got one of the first 4k mons out,, samsung 28" 1ms 4k ,,, but it was small as fak to read LOL

 

When will we see 4k and 144hz + 40" curved ,,,,,,,,, that is all Im asking for.  I dont wanna send anyone to mars or anything.

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I'm pretty sure they do exist.

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Just now, mxk. said:

I'm pretty sure they do exist.

4k 40" curved @ 144hz ,,,,,,, nope no such thing my friend.

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2 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

When will we see 4k and 144hz + 40" curved ,,,,,,,,, that is all Im asking for.  I dont wanna send anyone to mars or anything.

At this point its pretty much the same thing unfortunately and the problem is not just the technology to make such displays it is also the fact that unless you want to spend way to much money it is basically impossible to get very high frame rates at 4k

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Just now, Turtle Rig said:

4k 40" curved @ 144hz ,,,,,,, nope no such thing my friend.

Oh no I guess you'll to downsize to this, only 6" less.

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/CzrmP6/lg-34gk950f-b-340-3440x1440-144-hz-monitor-34gk950f-b

 

meets all your other specs.

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Well biggest issue I see has been getting the data rates that are needed and nobody having the hardware to really drive a 4k panel at 144Hz.

 

My guess is once a SLI config that can run UW4K or 6k res we will see 4k monitors being common.

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Just now, mxk. said:

Oh no I guess you'll to downsize to this, only 6" less.

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/CzrmP6/lg-34gk950f-b-340-3440x1440-144-hz-monitor-34gk950f-b

 

meets all your other specs.

"only 6" less" but it's ultrawide.

So in fact you're also losing a ton of vertical area compared to a 16:9 40" display.

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Just now, Swes said:

Well biggest issue I see has been getting the data rates that are needed and nobody having the hardware to really drive a 4k panel at 144Hz.

We allready have the datarate (sort of)

 

 

 

There is the Nvidia BFD (i think that is what is called?)

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Just now, Enderman said:

"only 6" less" but it's ultrawide.

So in fact you're also losing a ton of vertical area compared to a 16:9 40" display.

You're right, I guess I'm not big on 4k displays. The fact that LG got IPS to 1ms is cool, to me.

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Just now, Swes said:

not 4k right? its a QHD

ugh I always forget the resolutions... I think it is QHD.

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Ok there is a 27inch 4k 144hz.......for 2k

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16 minutes ago, mxk. said:

You're right, I guess I'm not big on 4k displays. The fact that LG got IPS to 1ms is cool, to me.

The 1ms response time or whatever that monitors advertise doesn't really mean anything, and every manufacturer comes up with that number with non standardized tests.

Input lag is what matters, and that is something completely different.

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17 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

There is the Nvidia BFD (i think that is what is called?)

Yeah they showed that off at a trade show at some point but I dont know if you can buy them yet.

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2 hours ago, mxk. said:

Oh no I guess you'll to downsize to this, only 6" less.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/CzrmP6/lg-34gk950f-b-340-3440x1440-144-hz-monitor-34gk950f-b

meets all your other specs.

Yes my friend but I will lose my 4k.  It would be a God send if DSR didnt mess up the fonts and is only good for gaming.  Imagine getting a gaming monitor and putting it to 4k with crisp fonts everything looking amazing.  DSR is good for games but for desktop its a no no, the fonts are blurry and messed up looking..... I tried 8k res,, was sweet, I couldnt read sh*T tho LOL

 

1 hour ago, GirlFromYonder said:

Ok there is a 27inch 4k 144hz.......for 2k

Oh sh*T 2k gaming you meant or the price lol lol

 

1 hour ago, GirlFromYonder said:

Ok there is a 27inch 4k 144hz.......for 2k

That is a big downgrade from 4k res and 40" ...... I swear I will pay 1500 bucks if I can get my hands on a 40" ,, give or take a inch or two, with 4k and ips ultra wide panel hdr  and 144hz.... add a 2080Ti and that is what heaven feels like LOL

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11 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

 

That is a big downgrade from 4k res and 40" ...... I swear I will pay 1500 bucks if I can get my hands on a 40" ,, give or take a inch or two, with 4k and ips ultra wide panel hdr  and 144hz.... add a 2080Ti and that is what heaven feels like LOL

im not sure but there is also a 32 inch version of this. 

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58 minutes ago, Swes said:

Well biggest issue I see has been getting the data rates that are needed and nobody having the hardware to really drive a 4k panel at 144Hz.

 

My guess is once a SLI config that can run UW4K or 6k res we will see 4k monitors being common.

Completely depends on the game. I can hit 98 fps easy in bfv with a 2080ti. I don't go higher because you have to keep it at 98hz for HDR10. I could run it at 120hz and probably hit above 100 fps but honestly at 98hz it's good enough to make it very smooth. It's not like I am trying to play competitively so I really don't need 144hz. If I want to play competitively I just play on my 240hz. 

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13 minutes ago, Brooksie359 said:

Completely depends on the game. I can hit 98 fps easy in bfv with a 2080ti. I don't go higher because you have to keep it at 98hz for HDR10. I could run it at 120hz and probably hit above 100 fps but honestly at 98hz it's good enough to make it very smooth. It's not like I am trying to play competitively so I really don't need 144hz. If I want to play competitively I just play on my 240hz. 

Brooksie can you please tell me what monitor your using ?

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2 hours ago, Turtle Rig said:

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The way they decide the size of a panel is kinda random, the first gen had to be 27inch to cut cost, which was the perfect size for me, if you are looking for 144hz, 32 and 40inch may be possible, don't count on it being curved.

 

2 hours ago, Swes said:

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SLI can run 144hz, but i pref to just stick with single card, ive been playing metro on 4k 144 before exodus comes out, and it's buttery smooth on high, what most people don't know is, it's possible to force hdr on most games just by enabled it on desktop and playing on windowed, colors look a bit better (i was already using a photoshop monitor and hdr beats that). Overall I'm in the same boat as @Brooksie359 on playing at 4k/98, need 2 more gens of gpus to play 144hz smoothly, not going sli, the port on the monitor also needs to be updated to dp1.4a to run 4k/144 hdr, the panels themselves are already capable.

 

48 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Brooksie can you please tell me what monitor your using ?

he's using either the asus UQ or the predator x27, there are only 2.

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Just now, xg32 said:

he's using either the asus UQ or the predator x27, there are only 2.

Im still confused why do these gaming monitors all have to be soo small in size.  I found 35" LG and thats it.  Everything is on avg is 28inch some 34 and 35.....   Why not a 40" incher,, curved, wide screen, 4k ,,, IPS ,, HDR <, 144hz ..ooooops sorry, Im dreaming again.

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3 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

Im still confused why do these gaming monitors all have to be soo small in size.  I found 35" LG and thats it.  Everything is on avg is 28inch some 34 and 35.....   Why not a 40" incher,, curved, wide screen, 4k ,,, IPS ,, HDR <, 144hz ..ooooops sorry, Im dreaming again.

i'm gonna guess they cost alot to make, and no one's gonna pay 5k for a 40inch, the monitors are originally 2500usd, they had to strip features to make it 1800-2000 usd to make it marketable, i think most users that plan to use it as a monitor have no interest in anything bigger than 32inch, and they wanted to make it smaller to begin with. There is a market for 40+ inch according to what people have been saying about the monitors, but we are probably 2 years away, so is the single gpu power. Monitors tend to be notoriously slow at updating, i had to wait for 10 years for a high gamut high refresh lmao.

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21 minutes ago, xg32 said:

i'm gonna guess they cost alot to make, and no one's gonna pay 5k for a 40inch, the monitors are originally 2500usd, they had to strip features to make it 1800-2000 usd to make it marketable, i think most users that plan to use it as a monitor have no interest in anything bigger than 32inch, and they wanted to make it smaller to begin with. There is a market for 40+ inch according to what people have been saying about the monitors, but we are probably 2 years away, so is the single gpu power. Monitors tend to be notoriously slow at updating, i had to wait for 10 years for a high gamut high refresh lmao.

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1 hour ago, Turtle Rig said:

Brooksie can you please tell me what monitor your using ?

The pg27uq. It's the Asus 27in 4k 144hz. You said you want 40in so I don't think it would be core you tbh. It's an amazing monitor though. 

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1 hour ago, Turtle Rig said:

Im still confused why do these gaming monitors all have to be soo small in size.  I found 35" LG and thats it.  Everything is on avg is 28inch some 34 and 35.....   Why not a 40" incher,, curved, wide screen, 4k ,,, IPS ,, HDR <, 144hz ..ooooops sorry, Im dreaming again.

Honestly I don't really want a huge monitor tbh. 27in is probably the biggest I would get because I have them pretty close to me. 

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