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Comment reply on Kylerstern's Completed Build: My Dream PC 2018

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

I added my thoughts in the review section of this page. Today I would still by this monitor even as newer panels have come out, it sells around ~$800, but goes on sale every few months.

However there are now cheaper options with g-sync "compatible" monitors such as the Acer CZ340CK or the LG 34UC89G-B. I bought this monitor before Nvidia finally gave-up-the-ghost and allowed freesync monitors to work with their GPUs (yah for cheaper ultrawides)!

If I had to pick two: high refresh, high resolution, ultrawide. I would pick high resolution and ultrawide.

Comment reply on Kylerstern's Completed Build: My SO's first PC.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Yep, they only have a 24" 1080p monitor so they didn't need that much performance, but building it together and customizing it to make it theirs was really more important.

Comment reply on Kylerstern's Completed Build: My Dream PC 2018

  • 6 months ago
  • 2 points

I'll take some in the next few days. It was the only photo I had on hand.

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