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Alienware AW3418DW 34 Inch Curved IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Gaming Monitor at Amazon for £849.99
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Alienware AW3418DW 34 Inch Curved IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Gaming Monitor at Amazon for £849.99

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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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Alienware’s 34 Inch curved gaming monitor packs premium gaming features into an immersive 1900R curved display for ultimate performance. Featuring iconic Alienware design with custom AlienFX lighting, WQHD resolution for high clarity, sRGB 99 Percent colour coverage for vivid colours, 120 Hz refresh rate (overclocked) and NVIDIA G-SYNC(tm) technology for smooth responsive gameplay. Designed for the enthusiast, the AW3418DW delivers a futuristic and precise form with solid stability. Customisable AlienFX with four lighting zones provides a personalized, dynamic look to make your monitor reflect your style and deliver deeper immersion in the game with in-game lighting effects ultrathin bezels elevates the game by enabling a seamless multi-monitor set-up. Specific gaming OSD (onscreen display) design keeps your user experience in the gaming theme. Customisable and pre-set game modes (Timer, FPS Counter, Display Alignment) found on the monitor’s OSD gets you optimized game visuals without having to manually adjust screen settings every time you play your game.
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Looks a good deal.
If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?
(I clicked on the link but can't find the information)
Shinobei22/11/2019 08:16

Looks a good deal.If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?(I …Looks a good deal.If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?(I clicked on the link but can't find the information)



It's not HDR, but it's a really good ultrawide regardless from what I've heard.
Shinobei22/11/2019 08:16

Looks a good deal.If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?(I …Looks a good deal.If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?(I clicked on the link but can't find the information)


No HDR unfortunately.
Shinobei22/11/2019 08:16

Looks a good deal.If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?(I …Looks a good deal.If it HDR and if so what's the peak brightness?(I clicked on the link but can't find the information)


It does not support HDR, panel is an 8-bit with 300 nit peak brightness.
MBeeching22/11/2019 08:24

It does not support HDR, panel is an 8-bit with 300 nit peak brightness.


Thanks. I'm surprised how free high end gaming minutes utilise real HDR. Still a cracking deal though
Excellent monitor, I recommend it!
I picked up the slightly newer AW3420DW recently - they're fantastic (the 20DW is natively 120hz, no overclocking luck needed). I would say it's worth buying direct from the dell website though and asking for a discount to price match - as you can then add extra warranty (e.g. 5 years no hassle swaps for breakdown/pixel defects).
The lowest this has been (excluding one what I would call erroneous price), great find for your first post James! Heat added, although I definitely can't justify the cost - almost the same price as my PC itself!
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Edited by: "Gertrudes_Cat" 22nd Nov 2019
One left in the warehouse £790, £632 with the 20% off for anyone interested
conor_lynn22/11/2019 09:09

One left in the warehouse £790, £632 with the 20% off for anyone interested



Wouldn't mind some more info on the 20% off. Is this a global code?
Edited by: "Gertrudes_Cat" 22nd Nov 2019
Gertrudes_Cat22/11/2019 09:10

Wouldn't mind some more info on the 20% off. Is this a global code?


No code pretty sure its applied at checkout if you search amazon warehouse on hukd there should be some more info about it should be able to find it in the hottest section too atm
conor_lynn22/11/2019 09:15

No code pretty sure its applied at checkout if you search amazon warehouse …No code pretty sure its applied at checkout if you search amazon warehouse on hukd there should be some more info about it should be able to find it in the hottest section too atm



Right you are: hotukdeals.com/dea…146

Thanks for the info Conor!
Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something with true 144hz and 1ms this is a much better bet.
overclockers.co.uk/lg-…tml

Shame Dell still want over £800 for these, should be about £650 now with how display panels have improved (VA, IPS) and the competition on the market. I suppose you're paying extra for the Alienware name much like Razer.
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Nov 2019
3anana22/11/2019 11:52

Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something …Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something with true 144hz and 1ms this is a much better bet. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lg-34gk950f-34-3440x1440-nano-ips-freesync-2-hdr-144hz-1ms-curved-widescreen-led-monitor-mo-14w-lg.htmlShame Dell still want over £800 for these, should be about £650 now with how display panels have improved (VA, IPS) and the competition on the market. I suppose you're paying extra for the Alienware name much like Razer.


How is that monitor with nvidia support?
james_waudby22/11/2019 12:26

How is that monitor with nvidia support?



It is gsync compatible as it has only recently been released
3anana22/11/2019 11:52

Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something …Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something with true 144hz and 1ms this is a much better bet. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lg-34gk950f-34-3440x1440-nano-ips-freesync-2-hdr-144hz-1ms-curved-widescreen-led-monitor-mo-14w-lg.htmlShame Dell still want over £800 for these, should be about £650 now with how display panels have improved (VA, IPS) and the competition on the market. I suppose you're paying extra for the Alienware name much like Razer.


Probably the Nvidia tax
3anana22/11/2019 11:52

Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something …Just wanna point out this uses an older IPS panel so if you want something with true 144hz and 1ms this is a much better bet. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/lg-34gk950f-34-3440x1440-nano-ips-freesync-2-hdr-144hz-1ms-curved-widescreen-led-monitor-mo-14w-lg.htmlShame Dell still want over £800 for these, should be about £650 now with how display panels have improved (VA, IPS) and the competition on the market. I suppose you're paying extra for the Alienware name much like Razer.


Is it worth £899, im looking for a new monitor to replace my £229 LG29UM68-P I've had it for years, it's 75hz Ultawide 1080p but I'm looking for a better quality

Edit it's not I've seen Americans in the comments say they got it for $800 on sale which is like £600
Edited by: "Norseg" 22nd Nov 2019
Norseg22/11/2019 14:36

Is it worth £899, im looking for a new monitor to replace my £229 L …Is it worth £899, im looking for a new monitor to replace my £229 LG29UM68-P I've had it for years, it's 75hz Ultawide 1080p but I'm looking for a better qualityEdit it's not I've seen Americans in the comments say they got it for $800 on sale which is like £600



I don't think it is, the LG nano IPS monitor I linked to is vastly superior with a true 144hz refresh rate because of its lower repsonse time as well as an all around better IPS panel in terms of visual quality. The alienware uses an older LG panel.

That said if you don't need to stretch that far in your budget, I would also recommend this AOC model. Better than the equivalent Samsung and Acer monitors and definitely the overpriced Strix models. I don't think an extra 24hz is worth paying £300. I've just ordered one for the OH
amazon.co.uk/AOC…S7V
Edited by: "3anana" 22nd Nov 2019
3anana22/11/2019 15:00

I don't think it is, the LG nano IPS monitor I linked to is vastly …I don't think it is, the LG nano IPS monitor I linked to is vastly superior with a true 144hz refresh rate because of its lower repsonse time as well as an all around better IPS panel in terms of visual quality. The alienware uses an older LG panel. That said if you don't need to stretch that far in your budget, I would also recommend this AOC model. Better than the equivalent Samsung and Acer monitors and definitely the overpriced Strix models. I don't think an extra 24hz is worth paying £300. I've just ordered one for the OH https://www.amazon.co.uk/AOC-AG352UCG6-Widescreen-Multimedia-3440x1440/dp/B07BZB1S7V


£559 seems far more reasonable

That's more around my budget, thing is if im going to upgrade from current monitor I need a reason such as 1440p and a higher refresh rate so no point getting the same budget
Btw I have a AMD card so is there any cheaper none G sync monitors since I know Nvidia has there Gsync tax
Edited by: "Norseg" 22nd Nov 2019
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