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Posted 7 February 2023

Acer Nitro XV322QKKVbmiiphuzx 32 inch 4K UHD Gaming Monitor - £594.95 @ Amazon

£594.95£799.9926% off
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HDMI 2.1: Fully compatible with next gen consoles, HDMI 2.1 ports on the Nitro XV322QKKV let you unlock the performance of your PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X/S
4K ULTRA HD: With 4 times the resolution of a Full HD monitor, the 4K UHD (3840x2160) screen provides unrivalled clarity for superior gameplay
144HZ REFRESH RATE: The incredible 144Hz refresh rate means that even when the action heats up, your gameplay will be smooth and lag-free
AMD FREESYNC PREMIUM: Provides the best gaming experience by syncing your monitor to a compatible graphics card for seamless, distraction-free gameplay
DISPLAYHDR 400: VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification means you get life-like visuals and enhanced detail - perfect for more immersive gameplay
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  1. justabout72's avatar
    I have the 28 inch version of this and its pretty sweet.
    Nice clear picture a step up from my 1440p and the subtle differences are noticeable.
    Games like Forza really shine and Call of Duty runs nice and quick
    sion22's avatar
    how easy is it to switch between input? i heard it has KVM but doesnt have a dedicated switch. so i worry its a pain to swtich
  2. alan.stevens's avatar
    Is that the model number or the sound it makes if it dies..
  3. Quillon's avatar
    Same price at Overclockers.
  4. sion22's avatar
    been about this price since Chrismas, which is the best priced 4K144hz 32inch currently. just gutted i didnt get the AOC AGON AG324UX for 620, but now its 900
  5. AtlasKoalas's avatar
    Just a reminder that this won't be proper HDR, as it doesn't have FALD (Full Array Local Dimming). Just a marketing tactic which Vesda DisplayHDR 400 is known for.

    This means that you won't be able to have the bright highlights along with deep blacks that HDR should deliver.

    The best tech for HDR is OLED or Mini LED
    alan.stevens's avatar
    Nothing is proper HDR until you get 1000nits the latest LG 27" OLED monitor is extremely poor for HDR because not bright enough.
  6. OhTyler's avatar
    Good price but much prefer 27/28" than 32 for gaming personally.
  7. darrencook's avatar
    The cheapest option is ebuyer for £646.12. the deal is dead.
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