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ASUS PG348Q 34" Curved IPS QHD 100Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor $849.15 + $15 Delivery (Free with eBay Plus) @ Computer Alliance eBay

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This is the previous flagship of the ROG monitor fleet (it has recently been superseded by the PG349Q). Looks like the lowest price on this monitor so far.

ASUS ROG Swift Curved PG348Q Gaming Monitor - 34" 21:9 Ultra-wide QHD (3440x1440), overclockable 100Hz , G-SYNC™

  • 34-inch Ultra-wide QHD (3440 x 1440) curved monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio for panoramic gaming
  • NVIDIA G-SYNC display technology and a 100Hz refresh rate for incredibly-smooth and fast gaming visuals
  • New ROG Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme and built-in LED effects
  • ASUS-exclusive Ultra-Low Blue Light, Flicker-Free, GamePlus, and GameVisual technologies provide a tactical assistance on your command

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    Great monitor. Had since launch.

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    Im really keen on pulling the trigger on this - any views on how it compares in the real world to an X34p. Will i really notice the difference of 100Hz vs 120Hz overclocked with games?

    • +6 votes

      I got negged alot once suggesting 100-120hz is negligible… But I'll stand by that.

      The differences drop exponentially as the Hz goes up. Plenty of quality YouTube videos demonstrating that.

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        I did have a look at the X34p in Harv's on the weekend….looks great, but currently $300 dearer on most sites. This looks like a great deal

        • +2 votes

          What GPU are you using? I had a 1080 and upgraded to a 2080. Generally you'd expect frame rates halfway between 1440p and 4k benchmarks. You likely won't find yourself hitting 100fps often with high quality settings anyway atm.

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            @scuderiarmani: ive got an old GTX970, but am in the process of upgrading the whole box in the near future. Looking at the 2080 but might wait for the 3000 series to come out.

            In the meantime though i use dual monitors for work spreadsheets etc.. and this looks like a solid upgrade so i dont have to stuff around moving windows across screens.

    • +1 vote

      Do you have (or plan to buy) a 2080Ti to hit those frames at that res?

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      I paid 1500 for it years ago. No regrets.

      This is a steal. Get it you will not be disappointed.

      Also wait for the 3000 series. My 1080ti is patiently waiting.

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    This or CHG90?

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      This for sure what I'd pick if it was me. It's IPS which makes a heck of a lot of difference in terms of viewing angle. This also had a higher pixel density and faster refresh rate. But depends what you want to go for.

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    Thanks OP. Great buy, and gives me the perfect excuse to buy a new system to support it!

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    What about something this type/size/res for standard office stuff?

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    Should I get this or the 27inch non curved version 27" ASUS PG279QE ? I am a bit undecided.

    I had a Dell 27inch monitor, I am not a huge gamer but want to make sure I have a good monitor for both gaming and general stuff.

    I am looking for to titles like doom etc, but I play dota 2.

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      Two vastly different things?

      If you'd appreciate the extra real estate, this is significantly nicer. But it's probably much more expensive…

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      The 27" is a better reviewed monitor at rtings. I'd suggest looking at the 34" inch widescreen 34p at Harvey Norman to get a feeling if you can handle the ultra widescreen. I could not and therefore own the 27" flat screen.

      BTW Harvey Norman will typically price match umart if you like the acer 34p.

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    This is a pretty kick ass looking monitor

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    How does this compare with a 27 inch LG 27GL850 coming out in January 2020? (Other than size difference of course). Would the 144hz vs 100hz be noticeable in games like Total War: Warhammer 2? It's rated pretty highly…