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Philips BDM3470UP 34" LCD Ultra Wide QHD Monitor at Ebuyer for £419.98
Philips BDM3470UP 34" LCD Ultra Wide QHD Monitor at Ebuyer for £419.98

Philips BDM3470UP 34" LCD Ultra Wide QHD Monitor at Ebuyer for £419.98

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I was about to post the LG monitor deal but spotted someone else has beaten me to it! If you are not bothered about freesync, this Philips monitor appears to be a big saving against other online sellers (all appear to be £600+).

3440 x 1440 QHD
LCD LED
HDMI VGA DVI-D + DisplayPort
5ms Response Time
Built in Speakers

Example review: https://www.pcpowerplay.com.au%2Freview%2Fphilips-bdm3470up-display%2C402920&usg=AFQjCNH5I803UvsmKw96CWuTWqO1KayECA

Technical Specification

Display

LCD Panel Type: AH-IPS LCD
Backlight: LED
Panel Size: 34"
Viewing Area: 799.8 (H) x 334.8 (V)
Aspect Ratio: 21:9
Resolution: 3440 x 1440 QHD
Response Time: 5ms (Grey to Grey)
Brightness: 320 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Viewing Angle: 178º (H) / 178º (V)
Stand

Height Adjustment: 180mm
Pivot: 90 Degree
Swivel: -170/+170 Degree
Tilt: -5/20 Degree
Connectivity

USB 2.0 x2
USB 3.0 x2
VGA
DVI-D
DisplayPort
MHL-HDMI
Convenience

Built in Speakers
VESA Mount 100x100mm
Plug and Play

DDC/CI
Mac OS X
sRGB
Windows 8.1 / 8 / 7
Power

On mode: 46.97W
ECO Mode: 40.8W
Off Mode: 0.3W
Stand By: 0.4W
100-240VAC, 50-60Hz
Dimensions WxHxD

With Stand 828x627x270 mm
Without Stand 828x378x58 mm

15 Comments

All the 600+ ones are curved.

if 60hz then not worth it

What was the LG deal out of interest?

asadjani2016

if 60hz then not worth it



It's a PC monitor, not a TV, you'll have a hard time finding one that isn't at least 60Hz.

But if you'd bothered to Google it you'd know it was 3440 x 1440 @ 60 Hz

Wonder how many facebook chats I could have at once

ollie87

It's a PC monitor, not a TV, you'll have a hard time finding one that … It's a PC monitor, not a TV, you'll have a hard time finding one that isn't at least 60Hz.But if you'd bothered to Google it you'd know it was 3440 x 1440 @ 60 Hz



I think you missed his point. He was likely referring to lack of 144hz.

Phillips build quality, panel failure rate and CS on their premium monitors leaves a lot to be desired

Original Poster

The_Hoff

I think you missed his point. He was likely referring to lack of 144hz.



For hardcore gamers a 144mhz monitor may be preferable but there are none of this size remotely near this price.

Predator X34A 34" 3440x1440 IPS G-SYNC WideScreen Super-Wide ZeroFrame Curved LED Monitor - £1200 and still 60hz (capable of being overclocked to 100mhz)

Original Poster

strocky

Phillips build quality, panel failure rate and CS on their premium … Phillips build quality, panel failure rate and CS on their premium monitors leaves a lot to be desired



I can't speak to panel failure rates, but the reviews are very positive on build quality.

Paper Lawyer

For hardcore gamers a 144mhz monitor may be preferable but there are none … For hardcore gamers a 144mhz monitor may be preferable but there are none of this size remotely near this price.Predator X34A 34" 3440x1440 IPS G-SYNC WideScreen Super-Wide ZeroFrame Curved LED Monitor - £1200 and still 60hz (capable of being overclocked to 100mhz)



I know the cost, I was simply explaining what I believe the poster was saying.

Paper Lawyer

For hardcore gamers a 144mhz monitor may be preferable but there are none … For hardcore gamers a 144mhz monitor may be preferable but there are none of this size remotely near this price.Predator X34A 34" 3440x1440 IPS G-SYNC WideScreen Super-Wide ZeroFrame Curved LED Monitor - £1200 and still 60hz (capable of being overclocked to 100mhz)



They say you can't really tell the difference after 1khz refresh rate, but I bet at 100mhz must run really smooth...
Is that factory setting or do you need to overclock, not sure I want to void a warranty?

editted: You already said overclocked, my bad. Looks like I'll give it a pass.
Edited by: "k1ngchr15" 4th Jan

bailey87

What was the LG deal out of interest?


This deal. Which has now expired.

Just to check before I buy is this the best deal for the price for a 1440p UltraWide, and is it really worth the £200 premium over 29" 1080p UltraWides? I'm not a gamer so lack of FreeSync is fine, just desktop use. Replacing a 4k.

tjjgo

Just to check before I buy is this the best deal for the price for a … Just to check before I buy is this the best deal for the price for a 1440p UltraWide, and is it really worth the £200 premium over 29" 1080p UltraWides? I'm not a gamer so lack of FreeSync is fine, just desktop use. Replacing a 4k.



The AOC 34' ultrawide gets rave reviews and is a similar price. Only 34' ultrawides are worthwhile if you are buying for non-gaming use. It is worth the premium, no doubt.

Frankie: nothing is coming up on our internal system sadly so we don't have a supplier, if you wait a few days we may get another supplier but currently doesn't look like we're getting any more back in sadly.

Damn it... :-(
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