[SOLVED] Need recommendation for a curved 28"+ 2K/4K monitor

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Him I'm looking for gaming monitor and there a lot out there.

Im specifically looking for a curved 28"+ 2K or 4K (Wide screen or not) with 144hz and HDMI 2.0 port/ Displayort 1.4 that support G-SYNC and HDR10. My budget is around 600-800CAD.

I were thinking buy the new G5 34" or a G7 but I don't actually like the QLED and I just sold my G5 32" recently.

Btw if I buy a 4k monitor but doing 1440p gaming, will it look fuuny like 1080p on a 1440p monitor? Blurry and stuff.
 
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I personally like QLED and super enjoying my new G7, aside from that, there are lots of options from msi and asus and aorus.

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Is the G7 anti glare? Cuz G5 I sold were very anti glare tho. How about ghosting in G7 or do you actually recommend the new G5 34". Well all I know now is that G7 is 32" and Gsync certified with HDR600 also $200 more. Actually, is HDR600 lot better than HDR10 ? as I've tested HDR10 don't actually look like HDR to me.
 
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Is the G7 anti glare? Cuz G5 I sold were very anti glare tho. How about ghosting in G7 or do you actually recommend the new G5 34". Well all I know now is that G7 is 32" and Gsync certified with HDR600 also $200 more. Actually, is HDR600 lot better than HDR10 ? as I've tested HDR10 don't actually look like HDR to me.
The G7 is anti-glare but it still has pretty good viewing angles.

No idea about HDR though, it is HDR600, but for me, every time I put on HDR it just makes everything gray. I've no idea what I'm doing wrong.
 
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The G7 is anti-glare but it still has pretty good viewing angles.

No idea about HDR though, it is HDR600, but for me, every time I put on HDR it just makes everything gray. I've no idea what I'm doing wrong.
yayaya, HDR makes my monitor look gray as well. anyways ty for the recommendation but i found myself a Gigabyte G34WQC, maybe not as good as the G7 but 200+cheaper than G7 with extra 2inches but packed with HDR400 and 144Hz
 

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