3840 x 2160
Response Time (G2G)
170° H x 160° V
- 26 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Elysium
Good monitor, love the clarity of the resolution, stand is a bit lacking in stability and the adjustment of the monitor is difficult to prove that it exists at all. No speakers on this monitor, which is unfortunate really, meaning you'll either have to have some more bespoke solution (I got a couple of cheap HP PC speakers into my Speaker out) or jack a 3.5mm lead into a speaker and then into the headphone socket on the monitor. PIP and PBP work really well,
- 25 points
- 59 months ago
from completed build Node 304 & Noctua nh-d15 (air tunnel itx build)
well aside from the stand, can't complain on anything else.
- 17 points
- 57 months ago
from completed build 4K gaming without breaking the bank
- 9 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build Ryzen Vega
Happy with clarity and performance.
Only issue is a buzzing noise with white screens and when its in standby and the little blue LED goes on and off. Kinda annoying but could be unit specific.
Wish it had OSD with live FPS tho.
- 7 points
- 12 days ago
from completed build 𝑪𝑶𝑫𝑬𝑵𝑨𝑴𝑬 [𝑴.𝑨.𝑱.𝑰.𝑵.]
Great for cheap 4k60, very dim VA panel though, improve nits to around 400 for the next model and if that's not possible then VA's may lose viability in the future.
- 3 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build The Miranda Lawson Styker
I found this monitor at BestBuy with an Open Box savings deal. I had no idea if this monitor would be able to even fit on my desk. However, I made it work. I had the 1080p monitor for quite a while and needed an upgrade, this easily fit the bill. After running several games on it and just noticing the difference in FPS, the quality that the 1070 could truly offer, I immediately fell more in love with the monitor. Although it doesn't match up perfectly with my 1080 like my original Asus MX27AQ (which is no longer made) choice would have, I still think it's a pretty amazing monitor, totally think it would have been worth $400, easily.