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QHD VA 100hz Philips 34" 349X7FJEW Ultra Wide Monitor £529.99 @ Scan
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Looks like a very good price for an ultrawide monitor of this calibre. Features: 3440x1440p resolution 100hz refresh rate Curved display Freesync PBP for multiple device disp… Read more
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Mazel tov on the post.


I only recently realised that my fridge has a Shabbat mode.


Not as good but similar specs (2k 34" UW) Samsung panel for less than half the price: https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/electriq-34-2k-quad-hd-freesync-curved-gaming-monitor-eiq-34cmuwq60gafs/version.asp?refsource=LDadwords&utm_term=product&utm_source=criteo&utm_medium=retargeting&utm_campaign=lowerfunnel


I was not offended by it I am pretty sure the other person you where rude too was not either. However I think we would all agree they could have found a slight more suitable code for it :)


issa joke, go search up what /s means.

Acer Predator X34P 34" UW-QHD Monitor £799.97 Ebuyer
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Nice little reduction! Around £100 cheaper than other places. 34" Curved 21:9 UltraWide QHD (3440x1440) NVIDIA G-SYNC keeps gameplay smooth Overclock to 120Hz* refresh rate … Read more
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Short answer: it depends. Some panels are able to increase their refresh rate as the resolution decreases. Others cannot. Multiple variables at play here. The safe bet is usually that you'll have to drop the resolution considerably to have a chance to gain anything, and unless it's a reported feature for that specific model, assume that it won't and rather just get the model with the refresh and resolution you actually want.


You know when monitors say 4K at 60hz.. does that mean if you were to do 1440p that would also be 60hz?


Haha, posted this monitor in May from scan for the same price, got -80° because "why would anyone pay this much for a monitor" :( Bought it though and I love it. Only down side is I see a bit of ghosting/motion blur, even at 120hz when playing fast paced games like siege or overwatch. Screen quality is amazing, and I've realised that EVERY monitor stand should have a handle on it to pick it out of the box


Amazon offer a pretty decent 3 year warranty for a token sum. Might be worth paying out for peace of mind. £54....... Amazon Protect 3 year Breakdown & Accidental Damage Cover for Monitors from £750 to £799.99 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01DO4DULO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_z2GTBb2TKXEW4


Cheers was waiting for an Amazon price match will get now!

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LG 25UM58 25 inch Ultrawide IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI, 250 cd/m2, 5ms) £146.99 Amazon
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
A few £'s cheaper than the deal the other week. A nice little cheap IPS Ultrawide monitor. Has decent reviews too! 21:9 UltraWide FHD (2560*1080) display offers visual comfort a… Read more
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I get alerts for ips monitors but im after a 27" with freesync and 1440p..i will keep searching for sub £200 :)


Bought a few weeks ago when it was £125 - cracking monitor but wait for a better price.


Its probably because it's the cheapest way to get into ultra wide monitors, however these monitors do go down to 125 on sales


It's always this price... Idk why its so popular, its so small.

ASUS PG348Q 100hz 3440x1440 ULTRAWIDE GSYNC MONITOR £864.99 @ Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
It's the daddy (allegedly) of last gen 34-inchers, at close to it's lowest ever (£860 I think). Also available at Amazon for £866.99. This may be the first time ever that Currys a… Read more
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It's like my wife used to say 'Once you've had a really wide one, you can't go back.' She left me shortly after.


Excellent monitor, though i am going through a RMA at the moment and i have not heard good things about Asus rma process. Once you game on a ultrawide it is very hard to go back to 16:9.


Good price for an awesome monitor. Still probably the best gaming monitor under £2000




Likewise bought and returned about a year ago for the same issue.

LG 29WK600-W 29" 2560X1080 IPS FREESYNC HDR10 GAMING ULTRA WIDESCREEN LED MONITOR - £229.99 @ Overclockers
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
I know it is only 1080p, but is a alright price for an IPS Widescreen monitor. Reviews are decent too! (excited) Specification: - AMD FreeSync Technology - Screen Size Class (… Read more
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Wouldn't all 29" 2560x1080 monitors have the same PPI or am I missing something?


2560x1080 is sufficient for a 29”, worth noting a 29” ultra wide is the same height as a 24” non ultra wide


Yeah just how LG use RGBW panels on 4k TV sets, puts me off the comapny


I have a LG 29" ultrawide monitor similar to this. Has served me well but the vertical height is a little too short at 21:9 on a 29". Think I wouldn't go ultrawide again unless it was 32" at least.


And the lack of dimming zones, max brightness etc. It's quite deceptive marketing from LG, as many will think this is a HDR monitor, when in reality it's far from it

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43 inch Samsung Super Ultrawide Monitor -  New Release £599.99 Amazon
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Pre-order for release on 31st Aug. 3840 x 1200 resolution. 32:10 aspect ratio. 120 Hz Refresh rate. Built-in KVM switch lets you control two devices connected to the monitor wi… Read more

Anybody here get one? If so what's it like? Mine got delayed and says it's due October 5th - November 22nd :(


Looks expired unfortunately. Don't think it'll be that price again as well....


Says £799 now?


Some ppl here are saying a screen this wide is too big for a desk. Software guys in our company use up to 6x HD and 1440p screens. My desk has a 39" monitor, 2x HD screens in portrait, a 1440p and a 28" 4k screen - and really it's fine, L-shaped, with a seat on casters. If you have the use case and need the pixels, go for it ...


For all thise who are concerned that this is not 4k, the horizontal resolution is actually 4k. And because the term 4k refers to the horizontal resolution then this is by definition 4k. As the vertical resolution is a few pixels higher than HD 1080, you're getting the best of both worlds :D To add to the confusion for technophobes, traditionally HD format has been specified by the vertical pixel count which for a standard 4k TV is closer to 2k (2160). In conclusion, the new HD format should really have been named 2.1k and then we can quite rightly complain that this monitor ain't 2.1k! Regardless of resolution, I think I will place a pre-order. I just hope Minecraft and Lego Batman don't look to blocky on it....

Acer Predator X34P - £799.97 Scan.co.uk
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Not seen them this cheap before, even on eBay second hand. I know new monitors are coming out soon, but if you don't have £2000 odd, or a computer to run 4K 144hz, then this is a v… Read more
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I'd like to buy a semi for that kind of money, my rent in 1 bed flat was £700 4 years ago


Post it! :D


No Leicester (embarrassed)


Definitely a good price compared to the Alienware equivalent (AW3418DW), which is currently hard to find for under £1000.


;) Do you live in Hull?

34" Dell Ultrawide Monitor - £588.12 @ DELL
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Yes Dell are expensive and yes this resolution is a little low, however the price of this has dropped. Used to be 800.. but at £588.. mighty tempting.. 3 years warranty, IPS pane… Read more

Backup to 700 quid...


Lol push it to the max and it's fixed!that's engineering for you. Is ultrawide worth it though...hmmmmmm


Hi, I managed to fix it by overclocking the monitor, at 160hz the issue disappears. I ran the frameskipping test and it's 100% fine. The problem with TN is they don't come in ultrawide.


I would try and get a replacement. IPS has bleed issues which is what's stopping me from getting an IPS and to go with the TN.. also trying to work out whether I'm really bothered about screen tearing..


I bought this monitor and it's great, however I just noticed a possible problem. When I'm looking at a very dark image in a game (like a night level on Arma3 or Wildlands) and then move the mouse/camera a little the image brightens slightly in the dark areas while it's happening. It goes dark again instantly when movement stops. This is not a graphics settings problem, it's definitely the monitor itself. I've tried every setting to get rid of it and nothing works. Can anyone who owns this panel test and see if theirs does the same? This is my first IPS panel so maybe this is normal. Dell says I have to send the monitor back today if I want a refund. I play in a very dark room and 20% brightness so perhaps I notice this more than most people. Please help this poor hedgehog.

LG Ultrawide 34UM68-P £299.99 @ Buyer
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Been looking for an LG ultrawide for a while, I posted a few weeks back the price drop on Amazon but this is now the first time I've seen an LG 34' ultrawide below the £300 price p… Read more
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You are correct on the technical details but for productivity needs (programming) the ppi is perfectly fine. Obviously it's not going to fit the bill for video production or gaming but you wouldn't be looking at a sub £800 ultrawide if this was your use case, you'd most likely be looking at 4k 144mhz+ monitors.


You have lost me. I was only pointing out that a 34"=27" nothing more but as its not for you then not really a big deal.


You have completely lost me. The LG Ultrawide 34UM68-P in this deal is 34" monitor at 2560x1080, in my view that is far too low a resolution for a monitor of this size. Weather its a 34" or 27" 1080p on monitor of that size has to low a PPI for some peoples liking including me. Redit quote: 1920x1080 on a 27" screen has pretty much the same PPI (Pixel Per Inch - Pixel density) as 2560x1080 on a 34"/35". https://www.reddit.com/r/ultrawidemasterrace/comments/62oltc/ultrawide_34_inch_is_1080p_really_not_enough/


Yes but the screen isnt 34" = 27" on a ultrawide.


This is great price, I saw one in us for 300 dollars

LG 34UM68 34-Inch Ultrawide Height Adjustable IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI, DisplayPort, 300 cd/m2, 5ms, AMD Freesync), £306.05 at amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Lowest price so far from amazon, might help someone. 21:9 UltraWide FHD (2560 x 1080) display offers visual comfort and ensures your ideal viewing pleasure AMD Freesync offers h… Read more

I use a 34" 21:9 @ 2560x1080 and really have no issue with the PPI. If you are a pixel snob you may see it but during motion and in games etc the quality is great.


Stretched? What? :/


I use a dell U3415W which is 3440x1440. I agree that 2560x1080 could look stretched at 34". Best look at some video reviews before buying.


I've had the 29" for about 2 years. No problems at all, great picture quality. Used for PC gaming and design.


I bought the 29" last year and I'm very impressed... now considering upgrading to the 34"! EDIT: Top tip: Putting your Windows taskbar on the left or right, rather than default bottom, gives a lot more real estate.

HP OMEN X 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor (Nvidia G-Sync 3440 x 1440 Pixel Ultra-wide Quad HD (UWQHD) 4ms 100Hz Refresh Rate @ Amazon.es delivered - £610.98
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
GET LOST IN THE GAME , See what your graphics card is really made of on this curved 35" diagonal UWQHD 21:9 display. MAXIMUM AGILITY , Never let a display disrupt your winning str… Read more

Very glad I went with this, it’s a wonderful thing. £16 for the Hp care pack for 3 years pick up


I’m sick an idiot, I placed an order for one but went in the next day to cancel it as I wanted to find it from another CC (cheaper currency fees), the e-mail that came through actually said it failed to cancel it yet I didn’t take the time to read it I assumed it was cancelled. Long story short I have 2 delivered. Does anyone near Sheffield want to purchase one please, the boxes are massive.


still waiting for links to, 'Better monitors for the same price' (annoyed)


Bad experience then you had :) Sucks getting faulty goods


He said... or 1440p alternative.

LG 25UM58 25 inch Ultrawide IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080, HDMI) - Used - Like New (£118.18 - Amazon Warehouse)
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Discount applied at Checkout Also £114.48 used (very good) - plenty in stock.
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That's actually amazing haha! Well done (y)


Got mine Tuesday, arrived in great condition but no HDMI cable as promised, told Amazon and they have me a 30% refund which I didn't expect. wow!


i got this yesterday. same price! ordered Monday, paid £114.48! Said item was used and been open but was still in original sealed packaging. very happy with amazon.


Many thanks! And Amazon are b@$t@rds!


It looks like they've narrowed down what the 20% off applies to now - 'Amazon Warehouse Deals' only i.e. not applicable to all used items.

LG 34UM68 34 inch Ultrawide IPS Monitor, Freesync 75Hz - £329.99 @ Amazon UK
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Just had a price drop alert on this monitor, it's usually £400+ Features: 21:9 UltraWide FHD on IPS Display Resolution: 2560 x 1080 & Color Depth (Number of Colors): 8bits,… Read more

Purchased it and voted hot after some research and thought. Lowest price it's been...


Missed out on the 29" at circa £200 last year (the price has remained constant at £260 since...) so had another look and noticed this price drop too. Am very close to buying this for the price but concerned by the low rating here - is this price not impressive or is it the monitor (I'm currently doing the rounds on Youtube to get a better idea)? I'd predominately use it for work (reporting and dashboarding, etc) but want something that I can also use for photo editing and perhaps some light gaming (though I never have time for the latter). I have a home-build PC with an AMD gpu but don't think it has Freesync although I will upgrade that at some point. I currently use a spare 37" LG tv as a monitor and it far too big that close up so need a replacement. I definitely want an ultrawide but now debating whether this is worth it... Cheers


I have had this for a couple of years. Good monitor with height adjustable stand too. You can overclock it too - I run it 30-80hz so it can enable AMD’s low frame rate control (if that is important to you).


Lol ... yes, that is true Nvidia cards won't run Freesync and AMD card won't enable Gsync. Not that it stops you from using the monitor in any way. It's an additional feature, which works best at lower fps/refresh-rates in my experience. I've got a GTX1070ti and a 144hz Freesync monitor ... and at 100+hz (often lower), I don't miss freesync at all (had Vega 56 before). For the record, Nvidia could enable Freesync support with a simple driver update. They choose not to. Freesync is open sourced, not AMD specific. Gsync is the enclosed ecosystem.


Freesync is only for AMD gpu's. If you have Nvidia card go for G-sync monitors. Learned it the hard way (nerd)

LG 25UM58 25 inch Ultrawide IPS Monitor (2560 x 1080) @ Amazon for £156.97
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Seems like a pretty good deal for an ultrawide. 1080p sure, but considerable for those with lesser graphics cards.

Does image burn still exist?


I have this model but 29 inch (bought on amazon for 160 I believe). I personally wouldnt go any smaller than 29, monitor is wide so on 25 inch it will probably be short. 29 is roughly same height as my standard 16:9 22 inch. Wide screen is really awesome for productivity though!


Amazing monitor. I have the 29inch version. I wouldn't personally go smaller than that but at this price it's a steal. 21:9 is the future when it comes to pc gaming (it's amazing)


To small the time you by binoculars it would set you back £200 COLD


You can't talk about pixel density without talking about viewing distance. People view monitors from anywhere between 20-30cm to 1.2-1.5m. What works at the lower end of the distance range doesn't at the higher and vice versa. DPI scaling is a nice idea, but you need a lot of pixels if you want to avoid the blur. LG's upcoming 5120x2880 34WK95U would be a good candidate but I'd not convinced about 3440x1440 over 2560x1080 if you're going to use 125-150% scaling. Now that's just tortuous. quoting the number of 'lines' is a fashion that's only shown up in the last 10-15 years in computer monitors, although why people keep using it I have no idea given the confusion it leads to.

ElectriQ 34" HDMI 2K QHD Freesync Curved Gaming Monitor - £309.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Thoughts?.. If it lasts 2-3 years I think it'll be a good cheap investment... EDIT: New limited time discounted price!.. Still not worth a punt anyone?..

They can be a real pain to get in touch with too. During a monitor misprice before, they kept trying to phone my house number during a work day despite me giving a mobile number to contact when ordering. Never sent an email or tried any other contact option. Eventually I contacted them to ask them what was happening since the order hadn't moved for like 5 days, finally got told that they no longer sold the product and they'd tried to ring me on my home number. During this time, they apparently tried to contact my home number during work hours again. In the end I just asked for a refund through their form because I couldn't be bothered. A friend who also tried to order the same product apparently got offered other products for way higher prices. A week later they'd put the product they miss-priced back on the site at it's normal price. They should have just said it was a miss price instead of lying...


@Beehj84 - Yep a good and comprehensive response. I have a flat 34 inch ultrawide and for general use I wouldn't want to go back to 16:9 without having two monitors. I am not a big fan of curved screens but this is the one scenario where I could see it would make sense. Gaming with it is fabulous - sure not every single game plays with it but if you are stuck with 16:9 it is roughly the same size as a 27 inch normal display so plenty big enough. I would recommend an ultrawide wholeheartedly but just add the following areas of consideration: 1. A 29inch display or less will appear fairly small on your desk due to the reduced height. Definitely try one out if you can first so you can see how it works for you. 2. A 34inch display takes up a lot of desk space, it might be a shock as to just how wide it is so make sure you have room. 3. Related to the point above, if you want two of them you are going to need a ton of room and may have to change your workspace entirely. 4. I would recommend getting one with a decent stand that has height adjustment as well as tilt - the stands on some of them are a bit rubbish and the increased screen size can mean a wobbly display if it and your desk aren't particular sturdy.


1. 34" ultrawides should be curved, with the distance one sits from their monitor. Content creators concerned about their straight lines typically find it not an issue on a slight curve, but if it's a real issue, are probably better served with multiple 4k 16:9 flat screens. 2. Ultrawides are DEFINITELY better for immersive gaming than a similarly sized normal widescreen. I hear a lot of people who've never used one talking about their presumptions of it. As an ultrawide owner, I can tell you, I'm never going back, never downgrading back to 16:9. Games like The Witcher 3 are stunning in ultrawide. In fact everything I've played has been better in ultrawide, period. Planet Coaster. Wolfenstein 2. Rocket League. Half Life 2. Final Fantasy XV. Skyrim (especially heavily modded). Battlefield 1. Xcom Enemy Within and 2. Dirt 4. Project Cars. Metro 2033 series. Doom. Firewatch. GTA (all of them). Star Wars Battlefront. The Long Dark. Middle Earth Shadows of War. Far Cry 3/4. Kings Quest. Tomb Raider (& Rise of). Warframe. Elite Dangerous. Fallout 4. Bioshock. Stardew Valley. Civilization V and VI. Mass Effect series. Batman Arkham series. Age of Empires .... I'll stop. I could keep going, but I'll stop. All of them definitively better in my experience on ultrawide. 3. Gaming is about more than solely competitive play - that you can only focus on a single area isn't representative of the needs, desires, or capacities of other gamers. Regardless, competitively, ultrawide isn't necessarily a distinct advantage per se, but it sure doesn't have any remotely negative impact in my scores in BF1. The wider field of view especially in vehicles gives a greater sense of scale and context moment to moment, which helps with tactics, moving through terraint, and awareness. 4. You don't need the peripheral view of ultrawide, but you don't really need 16:9. 4:3 is plenty right (I remember the backlash against 16:9 when it first came in from 4:3 purists). And if GPU horsepower is concerned, who needs 4k, or 1440p, or even 1080p. surely 720p is enough. Heck, #480pmasterrace. Nobody needs mechanical keyboards, mice with 2 buttons, or i7 CPUs, or modern graphics cards, or overclocking period. Water cooling is nonsense, people don't really need dedicated gaming rigs or even laptops ... everyone can get buy playing snake on their Nokia 5110 phone, or Pong on the Atari 2600. /s //"And for another thing, according to a friend of mine who regrets buying one, ultrawide isn't supported by a lot of games."// There are a handful of games which don't support 21:9 resolutions. They won't support multmonitor surround setups either. In both cases, the games still run on the screen in 16:9, or on the center screen. These cases are so few and far between it's much easier to count them than the ones which support ultrawide. Most games today support it natively, out of the box. Most popular games from the past support it natively. Some games need minor, seriously easy tweaks (often simply turning on flawless widescreen). The notion that "a lot of games don't support ultrawide", if removing the examples which also don't support 16:9, becomes borderline misleading. I've not encountered a single issue that made me regret buying an ultrawide at all. Perhaps they're not suited to people who should really just be playing consoles, and they are definitely an enthusiast experience on the PC,


Yeah, curved is probably sensible with ultrawide, and I accept that an ultrawide screen may have productivity benefits (although... Is it really much better over getting a 34" normal widescreen with a higher vertical resolution? The same desktop area but with a better balance between width and height, I feel), but I think they're generally marketed as being better for gaming, and that's just not true. For one thing, you can only focus your eyes on one area at a time, and you just don't need that much peripheral vision in a game - certainly not enough for it to be worth the extra GPU power required. And for another thing, according to a friend of mine who regrets buying one, ultrawide isn't supported by a lot of games.


Cold. Awful screen and company

LG 34UC89G 34" Ultrawide IPS 144/166Hz G-Sync Monitor - £100 off - £499.99 + £11.10 Del @ OCUK
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
**Please note this is not the 34UC79G which is the Freesync version** About £100 cheaper than i can find anywhere else, even on eBay. Amazing looking monitor, IPS panel and G-Sync… Read more
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£499.99 now if anyone's interested.


£599 now


Yeah I could have got him a 1440p ultrawide but then he would be stuck on low FPS on a higher res cause I’m not buying him a 1080Ti at today’s prices lol his GTX1070 and this monitor is a great match and he’s happy as Larry ooo and it’s a IPS panel (viewing angle better than VA) with G-Sync so it’s all good in my eyes.


Got mine delivered a couple of days ago and running it with 2x GTX 970's in SLI - this monitor is unbelievable compared to my Dell U2410! Maybe my eyesite is crap, but i have no idea what people are talking about when they say 'you can see the pixels' because of the low DPI, I get that it's not quite as sharp in general use as a 1440p monitor but it still looks fantastic and in games I have to say G-Sync + high Hz is just another level. And as you say, because it's 1080p you get the best of both worlds in terms of size/quality vs high FPS. For this price I would have to recommend it to anyone.


Monitors in common sizes and resolutions such as 24" 1080p may have the same problems you highlights with TVs, that many panels from different manufacturers are available and are interchangeable. That is not the case for uncommon sizes e.g. AU Optronics are literally the only company manufacturing 35" ultrawide panels. That is why there is a lack of innovation and competition in the uncommon monitor space. I was pointing out that the people to blame are not e.g. Asus, Acer, Dell, AOC, Iiyama, BenQ. They have no power to innovate. All they do is slap whatever panels are available into a plastic case.

OMEN X Ultra Wide Quad-HD (35" ) Curved LED Gaming Display £989.99 using code (£1,099.99 before code) @ HP
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
3440x1440, G-Sync, 4ms 100Hz (120Hz max), AMVA. Optional: HP 3 Year Pickup and Return Service for Consumer Monitors for £8.40 extra.

Money seeds are inherited surely?


I cultivate them from my secret lab on the moon.


Where do you buy seeds for those trees?


Ok, let me go outside to my money tree. I think it's got a few notes growing on it today.... In all seriousness, decide what you want to prioritize - frame rate or resolution and get whichever suits. I bought a 1440p g synch 120hz for 250 about 2 years ago.


No worries (y)

LG 38UC99 38 inch Curved Ultrawide (3840x1600) monitor - £929 @ Amazon (DOTD)
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
A lot of screen for a lot of money.

This should cost less. You can get their 4K HDR 10bit model for same price. I’m still voting got for the price vs elsewhere but the other model (only 1 UK retailer has stock) is much better!


Thx brought 3




At this price, it's 4k or bust.


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