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Dell 32 Inch S3220DGF Curved Gaming Monitor $749 (RRP $999) Shipped @ Dell eBay

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This is the cheapest I've found this 32" dell 165hz 1440p monitor. It is a VA panel but apparently still looks good. First post so take it easy on the newbie. Hope it suits someone like myself looking for a 1440p monitor bigger than the standard 27 inch monitors around the place. Not sure when this deal ends though. I got one before they are OOS or it expires. Not sure when that will be.

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  • This was $599 in the recent eBay sale. I'd wait another couple of weeks and see if it comes down. Our man LiMaaa might be able to do something too :)

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/565681

    But nonetheless a great monitor that I'm also hanging out for!

    • +10 votes

      If you can be patient I suggest to listen to this mans advice. There are no guarantees but I'm trying to work on a 32" deal and 4k 27" deal for the console nerds among us. :)

  • Great monitor, I have one. Wait til it gets down to 599 it has been there a few times

  • So this or xiaomi 34?

  • Seriously anyone buy on dell ebay without 20% off code?

  • i still cant decide between this and the S2721DGF. after discounts theyre both around the 5-600 range. which would be better taking price out of the equation

    • It's a trade off between IPS and size really. The 32" is better size wise but the panel is VA, the 27" is smaller but one of the best 27" monitors you can get (and IPS).

      Do you value size or colour/viewing angles more?

      • what exactly is bad about this 32 incher? im almost settled on the 27 but its like i want the 32 to be just as good in its own way to justify purchasing it.

        • Only downsides IMO is that it's VA (not as good for gaming as there's some minor low-level smearing) and 2k makes for a pretty standard DPI at 32". Otherwise it's a fantastic monitor.

          • @JSONBourne: Thanks for the breakdown. I'm leaning towards the S2721DGF myself. Main reasons: VA panel + higher cost (around $100-200 more?) for something I'll be using for ~4 years? I'd choose what I feel more strongly towards.

            • @chuckoy: I have just moved from a 32inch MSI VA gaming panel to the S2721DGF. I have also just picked up the Dell S2721DS to sit beside it.
              I am loving the IPS screen and it will be more productive (work wise) to have the 2 27 inch monitors as opposed to the one 32.
              I have gamed on the 27 playing Seikiro and Far Cry and lovvveeee it.

    • For gaming, get the S3220DGF unless IPS glow is a big issue to you

    • easier to run multiple monitors with 27 inch monitor

    • I have both, the 32 is much more pleasing to watch movies and video on thanks to the massively better contrast. It feels like it goes brighter which might just be the contrast at play too. I really like the curve too and feel like it's missing from the 27, just make sure you have the room for such a large monitor in width and depth as it needs to be fairly far away from you to make up for the low pixel density.

      However! the 32 VA panel is slowwww compared to the 27, the clarity in fast games on the 27 is hugely improved with the faster IPS, especially in darker games. I bought the 32 with the intention of enjoying Elite Dangerous more but discovered that VA panels can't render stars moving along the screen, the pixels are simply too slow and they dissapear in motion then pop back in when the starfield is still, no such issue on fast IPS.

      I eagerly await a new Samsung fast VA like the G7, but without the insane curve, maybe the best of both worlds?

      • Thanks for the insightful comment! How do you find competitive FPS? Would you even bother going by what you’re saying?

        • For bright games the VA 32" is usable but not great and you can't use gsync because it slows the panels response time even more, for dark games like Tarkov forgeddaboutit.

          On the 27" side it's great and gsync works great too, nice response time over the whole frequency range with no overshoot issues.

          • @MoonSha: Damn that's actually far worse than reviews let on. From what I've heard it's definitely not as good as IPS, but still quite good as far as VA panels go. Just out of curiosity what setting do you have your overdrive on for the panel? Apparently "Super Fast" is the best setting for this panel, not extreme as extreme leads to smearing.

            RTings.com has some great comments on how to optimise for gaming - https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/dell/s3220dgf#page-ve...

            Not sure if you've seen it and given it a try!

          • @MoonSha: Oh damn. I was getting it specifically to play Tarkov. I might see if I can cancel my order through Dell Ebay.

      • the pixels are simply too slow and they dissapear in motion then pop back in when the starfield is still

        Didn't even know this was a thing but thanks for sharing.

    • I have just moved from a 32inch MSI VA gaming panel to the S2721DGF. I have also just picked up the Dell S2721DS to sit beside it.
      I am loving the IPS screen and it will be more productive (work wise) to have the 2 27 inch monitors as opposed to the one 32.
      I have gamed on the 27 playing Seikiro and Far Cry and lovvveeee it.

  • Can these things get extra Dell warranty? say 5 years?

  • unpacked mine yesterday and there's a crack in the middle of the screen…smh