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SAMSUNG Odyssey G95 LC49G95TSSUXEN 240Hz 49" Gaming Monitor HDMI DP G-Sync VESA - open Box £779.99 (UK Mainland) @ compadvance_outlet
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Posted 28th JulPosted 28th Jul
Opened – never used This is brand new product. The box may have slight traces of transport, small damages (e.g. missing handle) or it's been replaced for spare one if necessary. … Read more
Datuk

Samsung G9 Neo is out for pre-order now. Sadly student discount is not applicable. Still quite a lot of money at £1850, that's 2 older G9s with some spare change

TheRoyalEnforcer

Was looking at this, but as I'm new to pc and setting up my first pc set up I went for the Samsung g7.

Datuk

I'm still thinking if I should keep mine, I had popping sounds when the screen warms up for about an hour or two before it stabilizes. However it's glorious to work and game in.

rprp

It's a remarkably good VA, but there were some quality issues with early models, like light bleed and flickering. I think firmware updates fixed some of these issues, as did later versions

InglouriousBasterd

Does it suffer from ghosting on high Hz's? Any issues with at all? I am thinking to ditch my aw3418dw for this, but I have heard a lot of negative stuff with VA's

20% off on Full Price Monitors (Including Gaming monitors) using code @ Lenovo
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Posted 23rd JulPosted 23rd Jul
You can get 20% off on the Full priced monitors when you use the code TEFL23 at the checkout. A few examples: C27-35 (D20270FD0) - 27inch FHD Monitor (HDMI) £119.99 The 27-… Read more
Dobbs

Is there an easy way to find out which monitors support usb-c and power pass-through (will charge my laptop through the same usb-c)?

cRuNcHiE

I can only see one ultra wide on there

Fn6Dragon

Any ultra wide deal that discount code work ?

ASUS ROG STRIX Curved XG43VQ, 43 Inch Ultra-Wide (3840x1200) Gaming monitor £599.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Decent price for this Monitor. ROG Strix XG43VQ Super Ultra-Wide HDR Gaming Monitor — 43-inch 32:10 (3840 x 1200), 120Hz, FreeSync 2 HDR, DisplayHDR 400, DCI-P3 90%, Shadow Boost … Read more
PetrolHeadRR

VA is not bad for curved screens as the black is better then IPS. There is pros and cons, but overall if you are looking for fast gaming and curved monitor VA is the best money can buy.

StolenDiagram

Anyone got a decent offer on a gysnc monitor? It needs to be powered not "supported" or it won't work with my relatively old Titan X cards :(

PizzaCake

VA display if that matters to you (nerd)

MegaSh0rts

No you cannot, would recommend using teams 'share window' function rather than sharing screen. Source: I have the monitor myself and it's chaos sharing the entire screen (they do have the option to zoom in however if you do decide to share your entire screen).

Steven_c-ac048.19677

Is this a decent monitor for the money ???

ASUS ROG STRIX Curved XG43VQ, 43 Inch Ultra-Wide (3840x1200) Gaming monitor - £669.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
43-inch 32:10 (3840 x 1200) super ultra-wide HDR gaming monitor with 120Hz refresh rate for super-smooth gaming visuals High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology with DCI-P3 90% profess… Read more
Andy

Good find and first deal @TheBigLebolchski - cheers for sharing :)

rev6

This really isn't for professional players. Far too much head movement needed for competitive, at native resolution.

Grumpy_Cat

Now this is what i'm talking about. Would love a 4K version

miaomiaobaubau

Why should be stretched, it looks bad. I actually do the other way round, I always try to get a wide/verywide non stretched resolution on my tv's/monitors, obviously with black bars.

quadlt

Uhm, sorry what? Noone uses that ratio these days, except CSGO, (I assume) Valo players and a handful of other games. Even then, you can get the same effect (stretched res) by using 16:9 resolutions on a 21:9 display, which is exactly what I do - my monitor is 3440x1440 native, so I just use 2560x1440 stretched. Seeing as this monitor is basically 27:9, you could use 21:9 resolutions and have the same stretched effect.

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Dell Alienware AW3420DW 34" Ultrawide - £734.21 (£677.68 with Quidco) at Dell
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Posted 16th JulPosted 16th Jul
As part of Dell Black Friday in July this monitor has been reduced down to £734.21. Along with that there's a Quidco Dell Black Friday in July 7.7% cashback offer which will give £… Read more
Feargal

Nice monitor but leaning towards the MSI Optix MPG341CQR which has also been reduced recently. (£569).not much in it,the MSI has a little better specs but is a VA panel.

antony.hunter

I know, but it's the smallest you can really go for high refresh 4k OLED for now, without going down to laptop-size displays. It's workable on a deeper desk, but I do hear you. More reasonably sized high refresh 4k OLED displays are in the works, but they're likely to cost multiple thousands at first.

rev6

48" TV is ridiculously big for most normal PC setups

warlockuk

These days, for this price you could get a 10-bit panel, or at least a kinda sorta 10 bit panel. It's nice enough if you don't mind the contrast of an IPS and HDMI only doing 60Hz, but it's not for me.

antony.hunter

HDMI 2.1 devices weren't really a thing when this monitor was released, it also really doesn't have a reason to support HDMI 2.1 since it has DP 1.4. As other comments have mentioned, it wouldn't be suitable for current gen consoles due to being ultrawide. Also - even if it wasn't, the PS5 doesn't directly support 1440p so it doesn't look fantastic. For the best experience, I'd go for a 48" 4K LG OLED if this is what you're looking for compatibility with, though you are looking at quite a bit more. There are quite a lot of decent 4K monitors that can be had for less than either of these options that would serve you well also.

electriq 30" Full HD UltraWide FHD HDR 200Hz 1ms Gaming Monitor - £199.97 delivered @ Laptops Direct
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Posted 13th JulPosted 13th Jul
Price drop back to £199.97
spong_miester

Have this sitting on my desk, It's cheap and cheerful, takes some adjusting to but well worth it. 2 slight issues..... the HDR is complete pish and the manual is rubbish as all the inputs have different capabilities. only discovered this from a reddit thread. electriq 30" findings

SimbaK2K

Expired, now £209. Mine turns up today, just waiting for delivery.

djembo

Yes, you are right - I've deleted my comment to prevent confusion. The height of this monitor is the same as a 24" 16:9 monitor. The width would be an extra ~40% of a 22" monitor.

rev6

You are confusing ultrawide with super ultrawide

bobster999

No. The new consoles don't support ultra wide ratios. You could stretch a 16:9 ratio to fit but that would be pointless and you wouldn't see anything extra