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Hey everyone, I don't know if I'm asking for the impossible but I'm looking for an Ultrawide, high refresh rate, with G-Sync and most importantly, that doesn't cost $1000. Does that even exist? Thank you all for your comments.

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There's an Acer monitor that's a step down from the Predator X34, I don't remember how different they are...

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3 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

There's an Acer monitor that's a step down from the Predator X34, I don't remember how different they are...

z35, its 2560x1080 and like 144hz but it costs like 900 bucks

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Just now, ImNotThere said:

z35, its 2560x1080 and like 144hz but it costs like 900 bucks

That's not $1000.... xD

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20 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

There's an Acer monitor that's a step down from the Predator X34, I don't remember how different they are...

 

15 minutes ago, ImNotThere said:

z35, its 2560x1080 and like 144hz but it costs like 900 bucks

So right now I got a 27" 1080p 144Hz G-Sync Acer monitor, I recently bought a 1080 Ftw2 so I want to upgrade to 1440 but I don't want to lose G-Sync or high refresh rate. 

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Just now, Miguel552 said:

 

So right now I got a 27" 1080p 144Hz G-Sync Acer monitor, I recently bought a 1080 Ftw2 so I want to upgrade to 1440 but I don't want to lose G-Sync or high refresh rate. 

location? i got an aoc 35 inch 3440x 1440 100hz g sync for 700 pounds

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https://pcpartpicker.com/product/m4bkcf/aoc-ag352ucg-350-3440x1440-100hz-monitor-ag352ucg

$900

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/WDcMnQ/acer-monitor-umcx1aa002

$999

 

It's amazing what you can find on PCPartPicker ;)

You could wait for Black Friday, see if something comes on sale.

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2 minutes ago, ImNotThere said:

location? i got an aoc 35 inch 3440x 1440 100hz g sync for 700 pounds

I'm in the US 

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Just now, Miguel552 said:

I'm in the US 

have a look for it, its by aoc, its 35 inches, 21:9 3440x 1440, 100 hz, g sync, it will be around or just under a grand, its annoying, you will have to overpay for the features you want

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1 minute ago, dizmo said:

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I know how to use PCPartPicker, but those are still $1000 so not to the point I asked. You can just say Asus PG348Q but I'm looking for some affordable ones. 

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2 minutes ago, ImNotThere said:

have a look for it, its by aoc, its 35 inches, 21:9 3440x 1440, 100 hz, g sync, it will be around or just under a grand, its annoying, you will have to overpay for the features you want

Yeah, G-Sync makes it so expensive, but I don't know if getting high refresh rate without it is a good idea, might get screen tear. 

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1 minute ago, Miguel552 said:

I know how to use PCPartPicker, but those are still $1000 so not to the point I asked. You can just say Asus PG348Q but I'm looking for some affordable ones. 

$900 isn't $1,000. Technically neither is $999.

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Just now, Miguel552 said:

Yeah, G-Sync makes it so expensive, but I don't know if getting high refresh rate without it is a good idea, might get screen tear. 

i wouldnt upgrade to a 1440p ultrawide unless youre prepared to pay around a grand

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3 minutes ago, ImNotThere said:

i wouldnt upgrade to a 1440p ultrawide unless youre prepared to pay around a grand

I guess I could go with smaller size to like 27".

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18 minutes ago, Miguel552 said:

I'm in the US 

Massdrop vast

Want to custom loop?  Ask me more if you are curious

 

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20 minutes ago, Damascus said:

Massdrop vast

I saw the video, but that's FreeSync not G-Sync 

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2 minutes ago, Miguel552 said:

I saw the video, but that's Freescale not G-Sync 

Considering you said under a grand was your most important bit you could drop one item to get a 35" 100Hz 1440/3440p display

Want to custom loop?  Ask me more if you are curious

 

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16 minutes ago, Damascus said:

Considering you said under a grand was your most important bit you could drop one item to get a 35" 100Hz 1440/3440p display

What do you mean drop one item.? 

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