Philips Momentum 43” Monitor Boasts 1000nit Peak Brightness For HDR

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truerock

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I agree - most individuals will probably do best with a 4K monitor in the 40" to 49" range.

I do not want speakers or USB hubs in my PC monitors. The only think I want in my monitors (including TV monitors) is a monitor.
 

rinosaur

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Windows scaling absolutely destroys the enjoyment of anything greater than 1080p (unless you like insanely large monitors)
 

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wow this could replace my 2560x1600 30" monitors and with the 80Hz makes it more gaming friendly. Does it have height adjustment? I want swivel too. It is a monitor but at least it appears to have VESA mounts but I wonder if there is any good monitor mounts meant for large monitors out there.
 

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80Hz? Shut up and take my money! I love the Philips 43" 4K I have now. But this one has faster response rate, it's way brighter, HDR support and 80 Hz! SOLD
 
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I have the previous 43" model and it's brilliant. Super immersive to have such a big screen and I often run a 3840 x 1600 sub-resolution to enjoy an ultrawide experience within this great screen. Very highly recommended.
 

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I'm currently using 50" Samsung 4K and it's too big. It's nice for gaming, but painful to read and do work on it. I have been looking for 40-49" 4K 120hz, but could not find any. This monitor is the closest to what I'm looking for.

I have a 27" 110hz I use for FPS games, but 4K big screens are much more fun for RPG. I will experiment at home and downclock that monitor to 80hz to see if I'll be ok with 80hz. Sure it's better than 60hz, but $1000 is a huge purchase and should be something that I would want to use for at least 7 years.
 

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Just experimented with 80hz, 90hz, and 110hz. There's definitely noticeable improvement from 60hz to 80hz, but doesn't give me as much "wow" factor when I play at 110hz and leaves me wanting more. I set my monitor to 90hz and could settle with that. If this Philips can be overclocked to 90hz without problems, then I'm sold.
 

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i bought their 40" 4K monitor with mva panel, and its awesome for gaming, really immersive...but once your just in windows browsing the narrow viewing angles would blur out the "clock", "start" button, forcing you to move your head to get a clear view....this aint noticed much in games...but as soon as i launched sony vegas the blurred menu items annoyed me immensely, and after a week it went back to amazon...now if it was curved that might fix things
 
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