Acer XR342CK superwide curved monitor £599.99  Overclockers
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Acer XR342CK superwide curved monitor £599.99 Overclockers

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Found 5th Oct
I have ordered the Samsung monitor from Amazon last week but I am still looking around for a best monitor for me and I found this from overclockers website. It seems this is lowest price on the net. Hopefully someone can tell me wrong or I might spend a little bit more money and get this monitor instead.

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I don't know why this is cold. It's the Freesync version of the X34A but with a stronger curve. It's a very good monitor and this price is awesome for a branded 3440*1440 ultra wide screen. Be warned, they need a huge amount of gpu power to get decent fps at high settings. I run an overclocked 1080 with a 7700k at 5ghz and it's stable at 100hz in most games but I have to drop the occasional setting down.

If you have the power to run the high resolution then ultrawide 21:9 is the way to go. It's fully immersive and the curve helps to reinforce that.
Edited by: "MysticalUndies" 5th Oct

MysticalUndies1 h, 13 m ago

I don't know why this is cold. It's the Freesync version of the X34A but …I don't know why this is cold. It's the Freesync version of the X34A but with a stronger curve. It's a very good monitor and this price is awesome for a branded 3440*1440 ultra wide screen. Be warned, they need a huge amount of gpu power to get decent fps at high settings. I run an overclocked 1080 with a 7700k at 5ghz and it's stable at 100hz in most games but I have to drop the occasional setting down.If you have the power to run the high resolution then ultrawide 21:9 is the way to go. It's fully immersive and the curve helps to reinforce that.


what is the point of buying freesync monitor when you have nvidia card? non!

i have this monitor, but any thing over 75hz it skips frames. and becomes stuttery. so just stick to 75hz

Bought this last October at e Buyer for £529.99

toolmen5 h, 52 m ago

what is the point of buying freesync monitor when you have nvidia card? …what is the point of buying freesync monitor when you have nvidia card? non!

Are you having a conversation with a different person or just a bit special. I stated it was a Freesync version of a gsync monitor and did not recommend it to Nvidia users. I also didn't say I own this monitor. But other than that it was a decent attempt at a reply......

Read plenty of reviews and ended up jumping on this deal. So far I’m very pleased with the monitor, streets ahead of what I was expecting in terms of quality etc.
Like a previous poster, I’m at 5ghz with a 7740x & GTX1080 and most games run maxed out with just the occasional need for toning it back.

Give this some heat for this monitor...although it is around the same price that I bought this over a year ago. The monitor is fantastic. Rightly mentioned it's the freesync version and paired up with my AMD gear is amazing. I've had NVidia for years and moved across to AMD and never looked back. Preferred the stability and output when gaming.
I also paired this up with my Xbox as well and it is incredible! Though slight scaling issues on some of the apps which don't support ultrawide but you don't notice it much. After over a year gone I would have expected the price to drop further but I'd happily get a second monitor for this price!
Edited by: "PsyMos" 10th Oct

toolmen5th Oct

what is the point of buying freesync monitor when you have nvidia card? …what is the point of buying freesync monitor when you have nvidia card? non!


To save money? The X34A with G-Sync is £950.
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