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Ok. First of all, I KNOW everyone's preference of a monitor may vary due to different size preference but really I have a list of features I care about in a display in ranked order and I would simply love to learn the name of monitor(s) that meet these requirements . I don't mind substituting or removing the last 3 preferences but I'd prefer not to. So here it is.

 

1. 120Hz or higher

2.  HDR

3.  P3 color gamut

4.  4K

5.  2x USB-C w/ Thunderbolt 3 support, 2 USB 3.0, Dp 1.4, HDMI 2.0

6.  G-sync

7.  IPS or OLED

8.  VESA mount

9.  Thin Bezels

10. Modern clean look

 

I am looking for two suggestions. One suggestion that literally meets all these requirements and one that has a couple of trade offs but not drastically for the first 4 preferences.

 

Thanks in advance.

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You don't need to fully worry about g-sync anymore. Nvidia is releasing drivers on the 15th that make freesync and nvidia cards (10 series and up) compatible. So if you have a GTX card, it should work. Nvidia themselves "verified" twelve freesync monitors that work with GTX cards quite well.

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18 hours ago, mxk. said:

You don't need to fully worry about g-sync anymore. Nvidia is releasing drivers on the 15th that make freesync and nvidia cards (10 series and up) compatible. So if you have a GTX card, it should work. Nvidia themselves "verified" twelve freesync monitors that work with GTX cards quite well.

Oh shit, really? That's pretty cool!

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15 minutes ago, Shiv78 said:

Oh shit, really? That's pretty cool!

Yeah, there's going to be monitors that work better, like the verified displays from Nvidia. Something I found funny is that one of the verified displays is a budget 144hz AOC monitor.

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On 1/9/2019 at 2:04 PM, Shiv78 said:

But isnt Dp 1.4 on ROG Swift using the "same transmission modes as DP 1.3" due to which early adopters are facing "noticable degradation in quality" ? I was wondering how bad this would really be.

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On 1/9/2019 at 12:18 PM, mxk. said:

You don't need to fully worry about g-sync anymore. Nvidia is releasing drivers on the 15th that make freesync and nvidia cards (10 series and up) compatible. So if you have a GTX card, it should work. Nvidia themselves "verified" twelve freesync monitors that work with GTX cards quite well.

Holy shit that makes a hell of a difference for me. Thanks for the info. Do you have the link to the list by chance??

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7 hours ago, BSula99 said:

Holy shit that makes a hell of a difference for me. Thanks for the info. Do you have the link to the list by chance??

yeah, sorry I didn't respond, I have school 'n stuff.

 

This is the list right now, it might get bigger or stay the same, I doubt nvidia has tested every freesync monitor for sale.

 

 

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