Question Some monitor questions after getting feed back, ultra wide gsync questions.

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Hello everyone. So I was told that I should really drop curved screens from the list here. And that 1080p for an ultra wide is not really an option. So if I can find an ultrawide gsync monitor in a lower resolution to be hardware mindful, what would you have in mind? I really want it to be an ultra wide. I had an ultra wide curved 720P monitor before and fell in love. I can drop the curved screen from my list but not the ultrawide. The budget is $700.
 

Lutfij

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Where are you located and what is your preferred site for purchase? For any panel, I feel like this suggestion was spot on! I had a colleague here, R.I.P man, who could actually catch pixels that were off by a few nits and he was the only one in his office(building) who could catch the issue with the panel. I think it was Dell or HP who later approached him and said that he was among 1% of folks who found flaws on the panel in spite of the panels being sold to every other office.

That being said, we can offer suggestions but it'd be a good idea if you could look at the panels yourself and see what you're investing into.
 

Nighthawk117

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As suggested above it's always better to see them in person if you can, though I realise that's not always possible, I wasn't able to do that. You can get 1080p Ultrawides, there just are fewer of them:

https://www.amazon.com/LG-34GL750-B-inch-Ultragear-Compatible/dp/B07R5R9VR9

There should be no need to give up the curve if you like them. One thing to bare in mind, $700 is kind of moving to that more premium segment, at that price most will be 1440p Ultrawides. Can I ask what GPU you have?
 

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