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#21

uhh that's microboard, not crossover. Different company...


#22

They advertise it with "Same Spec with M340CLZ"


#23

different chassis, psu, etc though. They mean same spec LCD panel..


#24

Damn! This is perfect for me given the specs and the really impressive price tag. However, I have doubts regarding the 0-3 dead pixels. It's currently on sale for 499 but the perfect pixel is at least 60 dollars more so yeah. This is indeed a lottery.


#25

Thanks Wendell, great review as always. Have you had issues with Linux and Crossover monitors before using Nvidia cards? I did using a 27 inch monitor which required me to edit the xorg.conf file


#26

I’m very tempted to get this. It’s selling for a bit less than £400 so I may bite the bullet tonight and buy it!


#27

Are you getting the perfect pixel one?
Please report on your experience. I’m very interested.
Do you have a freesync capable card?


#28

The one I’m looking at is about £380, the pixel perfect one is about £420. Is it worth going to the “pixel perfect” one? I don’t mind a couple of bad pixels because that is a great price compared to the competition. And nope, I’ve got a 1080TI coming which will easily get 100hz so freesync wouldn’t be required anyway :slight_smile:


#29

Hi Wendell,

Can you share your color settings to us? Just got mine and I haven’t played around with the settings yet as for your review, out of the box, colors are inaccurate. Appreciate if you could take a photo or just send out your settings for us to have a guideline. Appreciate it man!


#30

Don’t cheap out on the Pixel Perfect version. I received mine without dead pixels. It’s a few bucks more expensive but you can offer dream-seller lower than that. You can view my panel below.

http://imgur.com/bWZFgyp

http://imgur.com/vYObWcy


#31

Just noticed the promotion sell. Now the Monitor is at 500$ (-50$).


Also found the perfect pixel version for 520$ instead of 580$:

But unlike the original perfect pixel list, it doesn’t mention perfect pixels and instead links to the 580$ version.


#32

Just got the perfect pixel one listed for 580$ and offered 500$ (based on the promotion sale, which was actually for the non perfect one). Payed 430€ and am super excited.
Unfortunately I don’t have a freesync capable card atm, but Vega and the Linux drivers need some more time anyway…


#33

I offered them $499 but then I got a message from them saying “PERFECT version is limited $530”


#34

Got mine for $530 but I guess its like $570ish? There were people who got theirs for $522 but they could be in Asia or countries that are nearer South Korea. Let me know what you guys think :slight_smile: Share your color settings as well. Hope Wendell shares his settings.


#35

How’s it running?
Any issues with LFC?


#36

he doesn’t have an AMD card :confused:


#37

I’m running on a 1070 and it squeezes every bit of it. Some titles barely reach 60 fps but it’s no deal breaker. I might switch to a Vega soon after I see the benchmarks. So far it works pretty good! No frameskip at 95hz using an Nvidia card.


#38

I also have a 1070 and thinking of getting this monitor. however like you i might move to Vega 56 to take advantage of freesync

do you think 100hz will be better than 95hz?


#39

I think it’s the cheapest 3440x1440 out there. It skips frames at a 100hz. Don’t want to push it further. 95hz is great! Flawless at that refresh rate. 1070 can hold its own tho I tweaked some settings and settled at High settings.


#40

Mine arrived today. That’s a lot of pixels. I love it!
unfortunately my graphics card only supports hdmi 1.4 which equals 30fps and no full size displayport…
So I had to buy an extra mini Displayport cable, so I can wait a couple months longer for a vega upgrade.

I do have backlight bleed in the bottom left corner. Do you guys have any magical fix for it?