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Monitor dilema

I have a dilema i need others thoughts.

 

I have spend $600 and get 2x 4K monitors (specs below) OR 2 x 29 inch ultrawide (specs below) for $600 also.  I'm not a huge gamer in fact i rarely game and if I do its for an hour.  Plus I only have RX470 which suits me but probably wouldn't go very well at running games in 4K.  I like the widescreen aspect and I do work in After Effects and Premiere and 3D like Maya and Houdini etc.

 

Although the ultrawides are nice and wide the 4K's seems to have better colours.  What should I get?

 

 

 

4K

Brightness

250cd/m²
Colour Gamut
sRGB 100%
Colours
1.07B
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
Display Size
27"
Monitor Resolution
UHD 4K
Native Aspect Ratio
16:9
Panel Manufacturer
AUO
Panel Type
IPS
Refresh Rate
60Hz
Resolution
3840 x 2160
Response Time
OD:5ms
Viewing Angle
178°(H) 178° (V)

Features

Flicker-free
Yes
FreeSync
Yes(DisplayPort)
Over Drive
Yes
PBP
Yes

Ultra wide

Picture-in-Picture
Yes
 
 
Brightness
300cd/m²
Colour Gamut
DCI-P3 85%, sRGB 99%
Colours
16.7M
Contrast Ratio
3000:1
Curvature
1200R
Display Size
29"
Monitor Resolution
Ultrawide FHD
Native Aspect Ratio
21:9
Panel Manufacturer
Samsung
Panel Type
VA
Refresh Rate
100Hz
Resolution
2560 x 1080
Response Time
5ms
Viewing Angle
178° / 178°

Features

Flicker-free
Yes
FreeSync
Yes(Display Port)
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14 minutes ago, lfk said:

I have a dilema i need others thoughts.

 

I have spend $600 and get 2x 4K monitors (specs below) OR 2 x 29 inch ultrawide (specs below) for $600 also.  I'm not a huge gamer in fact i rarely game and if I do its for an hour.  Plus I only have RX470 which suits me but probably wouldn't go very well at running games in 4K.  I like the widescreen aspect and I do work in After Effects and Premiere and 3D like Maya and Houdini etc.

 

Although the ultrawides are nice and wide the 4K's seems to have better colours.  What should I get?

 

 

 

4K

Brightness

250cd/m²
Colour Gamut
sRGB 100%
Colours
1.07B
Contrast Ratio
1000:1
Display Size
27"
Monitor Resolution
UHD 4K
Native Aspect Ratio
16:9
Panel Manufacturer
AUO
Panel Type
IPS
Refresh Rate
60Hz
Resolution
3840 x 2160
Response Time
OD:5ms
Viewing Angle
178°(H) 178° (V)

Features

Flicker-free
Yes
FreeSync
Yes(DisplayPort)
Over Drive
Yes
PBP
Yes

Ultra wide

Picture-in-Picture
Yes
 
 
Brightness
300cd/m²
Colour Gamut
DCI-P3 85%, sRGB 99%
Colours
16.7M
Contrast Ratio
3000:1
Curvature
1200R
Display Size
29"
Monitor Resolution
Ultrawide FHD
Native Aspect Ratio
21:9
Panel Manufacturer
Samsung
Panel Type
VA
Refresh Rate
100Hz
Resolution
2560 x 1080
Response Time
5ms
Viewing Angle
178° / 178°

Features

Flicker-free
Yes
FreeSync
Yes(Display Port)

Spring for the 4k unit. That 10 bit color seems like a great option for that kind of stuff.

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