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Got CenturyLink and this connection is lopsided as frick



UltimateHog
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Asus finally unveils the 32" 4K 144Hz monitor, no HDMI 2.1 and $6,400 USD.



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Asus finally unveils the 32" 4K 144Hz monitor, no HDMI 2.1 and $6,400 USD.



That should be a nope from everyone


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MSI'S ENTIRE LINE-UP OF AMD 400 SERIES MOTHERBOARDS WILL SUPPORT RYZEN™ 5000 SERIES PROCESSORS





pretty cool that i got a B450 Tomahawk last year.
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coped a deal on a B450M back in February before Covid inflation.


Carson123987
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Asus finally unveils the 32" 4K 144Hz monitor, no HDMI 2.1 and $6,400 USD


I can’t see the price being legit, that would be completely retarded. They’d sell like 2 of them. I’m sure it’ll still be $3k, which is dumb enough as is

May just pull the trigger on a CX 48” or a GN950. Time to start researching
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B450M

if that's the gigbyte model, i'm not sure if it'll work. that article specifically states MSI. can you put the MSI BIOS onto the gigabyte model?


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I can’t see the price being legit, that would be completely retarded. They’d sell like 2 of them. I’m sure it’ll still be $3k, which is dumb enough as is

May just pull the trigger on a CX 48”


I was about to say, meanwhile, smart people will just get a 48" CX which is $1,500 at FULL retail (non sale price); runs 4k@120hz with variable refresh and G-SYNC, can hit 800nits with HDR, is color accurate out the box, covers nearly 100% of P3 color gamut and will have the deepest blacks you can get being OLED.

Not sure why more people aren't gobbling those sets up. I guess just TOO big for some people's setups or the paranoia with burn in risk.
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if that's the gigbyte model, i'm not sure if it'll work. that article specifically states MSI. can you put the MSI BIOS onto the gigabyte model?




Jay-z yikes (dot) meme.

Oh well....it was a budget build so I'm not gonna be mad. Still have plenty of options for an upgrade from the Ryzen 5 2600.


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Carson123987
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I was about to say, meanwhile, smart people will just get a 48" CX which is $1,500 at FULL retail (non sale price); runs 4k@120hz with variable refresh and G-SYNC, can hit 800nits with HDR, is color accurate out the box, covers nearly 100% of P3 color gamut and will have the deepest blacks you can get being OLED.

Not sure why more people aren't gobbling those sets up. I guess just TOO big for some people's setups or the paranoia with burn in risk.


yeah i just dont know if I could make it work with my current setup. seems like most people do a wall mount and then pull their desk away from the wall but I'm not doing that.

goal when i get my house is to have a media room with a 75" CX and my PC a little further away with a 4k monitor. If I want to play PC on the TV, I just do a quick switch and play on the couch. leaning 27GN950 right now


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I guess just TOO big for some people's setups or the paranoia with burn in risk.


It's way too fricking big


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I want to pull the trigger on a 3080 and new monitor so bad right now, but I need to wait for the 3070 and big navi.

Made 3k since Monday off of some pokemon cards I had lying around


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UltimateHog
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Yes direct price conversion is rarely accurate. It'll be like $3,500 in US.

And it's not even that good of a panel. >90% DCI P3 is low tier. All those dimming zones and HDR1400 but barely a wide color gamut.

LG GN950 for example is 98% DCI P3. Samsung G7 95%.


bluebarracuda
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LG GN950


Really considering buying this now and waiting to upgrade my video card.

Make my 2080 hate itself gaming


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Rtings purchased it a few weeks ago. Still not in the lab yet though.


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It's way too fricking big



I mean in a world of 49" ultrawides and people with 2-3 monitor setups it just really doesnt seem like a big difference overall. I've got 2 24's side by side for my WFH setup and it's just as wide as a 48" CX.

Weird times we're in where 48" doesnt even really seem that big (for a tv).
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Too big I'd only want it as a second monitor and hook up PS5 to. PC gaming I'd still want a 4K 144Hz 27" or 32".

Side by side no monitor out there would even compare is the downside.
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thunderbird1100
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Microcenter dropped prices of 9700k and 9900k to $199 and $299 respectively.

tFall of Intel


bluebarracuda
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I still don't see much reason to upgrade my 8700k anytime soon.

If anything, I'll eventually get a Z series board and a better cooler and overclock the snot out of it. Plus the Z series board will let me get some better ram speeds since I'm stuck at 2666 on b360


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Useless "upgrade" that series was.


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