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Posted 14 May 2024

Alienware AW3423DWF QD-OLED 34" 165Hz 1000nits Freesync Curved Monitor Via Perksatwork/Health Service Discount

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Display Type OLED monitor / Quantum Dot OLED
Energy Class Class G
Diagonal Size 34.18"
Curved Screen Yes (1800R)
Adaptive-Sync Technology AMD FreeSync Premium
ProBuilt-in Devices AlienFX lighting system, USB 3.2 Gen 1 hub
Aspect Ratio 21:9
Native Resolution 3440 x 1440 (DisplayPort: 165 Hz, HDMI: 100 Hz)
Pixel Pitch 0.23 mm
Pixel Per Inch 110Brightness 1000 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio 1000000:1 / 1000000:1 (dynamic)
HDR Certification DisplayHDR 400 True Black
Colour Support 1.07 billion colours
Colour Gamut 99.3% DCI-P3, 149% sRGB
Response Time 0.1 ms (grey-to-grey)
Features
Picture in picture, picture by picture, FPS Mode, Flicker Free technology, RTS Mode, Mercury free, arsenic-free glass, Sports Mode, 3 gaming modes, Quantum Dot Technology, RPG Mode, Low Blue Light technology, Delta E<2 calibration, 3-sided bezeless, Dell ComfortView Plus, VESA DisplayHDR 400

Interfaces
  • HDMI
  • 2 x DisplayPort 1.4
  • 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 downstream with Battery Charging 1.2
  • 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 downstream
  • USB 3.2 Gen 1 upstream
  • Audio line-out
  • Headphones

Dimensions & Weight Details
  • With stand (lowest position) - width: 81.525 cm - depth: 30.571 cm - height: 41.557 cm
  • With stand (highest position) - width: 81.525 cm - depth: 30.571 cm - height: 52.557 mm
  • Without stand - width: 81.525 cm - depth: 12.711 cm - height: 36.415 cm - weight: 6.27 kg

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  1. burnie2011's avatar
    I wonder if anyone can help me. I'm after a new monitor for my son. He has a RTX 4070 SUPER, AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D Processor. Would this monitor pair well? Or would it bottleneck. If so can anyone suggest another monitor. Many Thanks.
    H0lySm0kes's avatar
    Would be a great monitor with those specs. OLED is stunning but would be worth looking up burn in and if this would be an issue with what your son uses it for
  2. LeeFauxe's avatar
    shouldn't a monitor this size be 4k at least?
    Britpix's avatar
    34 models tend to be 3440x1440.
  3. toge's avatar
    Hodl £500
    Tacavas's avatar
    Author
    I hodl £600
  4. desperate4deals's avatar
    Does anyone have a code they're not going to use? Thank you if you can
    Darkstar10's avatar
    Check PM's
  5. burnie2011's avatar
    Don't forget Quidco at 7.5% (edited)
  6. james.pondBzo's avatar
    that's why I stuck with the LG C series. don't need to manual run anything.
    Alex_H's avatar
    What do you mean? There is nothing you need to manually run on this?
  7. yorki3's avatar
    I have this monitor and its great for gaming and work. I draft Word documents 6 hours a day and game in the evening. Its the perfecf combo monitor. You wont be dissapointed
  8. -LG's avatar
    Great price for an awesome monitor. (edited)
  9. burnie2011's avatar
    Thank You to both of you! He uses it for gaming online. :D. I'll look up burn in issues for this monitor. I take it 165hz using the display port cable.
  10. Josh99's avatar
    Great monitor, the only downside is the worrying I've played fallout 4 for 30 hours the last 2 weeks , not done anything content wise. I do let it run the cleaning every 4 hours though
  11. Codezero's avatar
    “Code not valid on Alienware 27 360Hz QD-OLED Gaming Monitor - AW2725DF or Alienware 32 4K QD-OLED Gaming Monitor - AW3225QF”

    I can’t believe they specifically excluded AW2725DF and AW3225QF(lol)
    gopolog86's avatar
    They didn't when the 32 was released! Think they learned now
  12. SKENG's avatar
    I really hope this drops to about £500, I just can't bring myself to pull the trigger given some good quality VA panels are coming up for under £300.

    I've never owned OLED but viewing similair OLED panels in stores have never really blown my mind.
    Britpix's avatar
    Most vas in that price category have bad smearing and rather slow.
  13. BrianButterfield's avatar
    At least it is glossy and not horrible matte..... But the resolution is too low, that PPI will be shocking.
    Marksy's avatar
    It's a 27" monitor with a bit extra on each side. 3440x1440 is standard for this size. It's got the same PPI as a 2560x1440 27".
  14. mike.barton's avatar
    Does anyone have a code they don't intend to use? Thank you kindly in advance.
  15. Britpix's avatar
    Once again I'm debating between this and the neo g8 for mixed use
    -LG's avatar
    Dell is so much better than Samsung for monitors - yes I know it's a Samsung panel.

    Dell offers the best of both and more.
  16. sagman76's avatar
    Was so close to buying one on the non NHS deal yesterday but i use it as a work monitor for 8 - 10 hours a day plus gaming and it just didn't quite convince me with all the research its a good productivity monitor. Fringing (yes you get used to it and get apps) and or burn in. I'm not a Burn in OCD as have had laptops and my LG TV (Burn in suffered) so not worth it for me. Annoying really as a great monitor and deal but went with a 4K IPS panel monitor form MSI for now. Cracking deal for those just wanting a good gaming monitor.
  17. Jyoosi's avatar
    Had the choice between this at a similar price, or the Dell G2724D for £200. Chose the £200 monitor and don't regret a thing.

    Much higher contrast ratio than typical IPS monitors, and pretty much the best motion handling and clarity you'll get on 1440p 165hz monitors outside of TN and OLED. The subpixel layout is unique in that it's a normal RGB stripe, so the clarity is noticeably better than most other IPS monitors.

    The £400 savings will go towards OLED or Mini-LED down the line, depending on which one offers the best value and maturity at the time.

    The AW3225QF is unbelievably good in person though, played with it a few times and it really is something else. That something else can wait until the price is no longer the best part of a grand though.
    bingowings85's avatar
    my thoughts exactly, went for the G2724D while OLED tech matures.
  18. SmokeyB's avatar
    This is getting cheaper, 550 and I'm sold
  19. Lashley's avatar
    Anyone got a code they don't need? 👀
  20. Mason_'s avatar
    Does anyone have a code they don't intend to use? Many thanks.
  21. kingsofadam's avatar
    Anyone got a code? Will appreciate it
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