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Old 05-29-2017, 11:56 PM   #1
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*** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

Here's a UTUBE link on the Samsung C34F791 34...

34" CF791 WQHD Monitor Monitors - LC34F791WQNXZA | Samsung US

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MC price $799.99...
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Old 05-30-2017, 08:12 AM   #2
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Re: *** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

Very nice monitor Skully except it has Freesync instead of Gsync. Otherwise it is perfect.
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Re: *** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

Nice monitor Skully is it IPS?
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Re: *** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

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Very nice monitor Skully except it has Freesync instead of Gsync. Otherwise it is perfect.
Check this baby out....

The 35ā€¯ ROG Swift PG35V gaming monitor turns HDR and quantum dots up to 200Hz | Global


HDR 10 and Local dimming with over 500 zones (this is by far the best way to get true blacks on a lcd monitor instead of edge lit)...this is the best specs you'll see on a monitor this year....

The ROG Swift PG35VQ conforms to the HDR10 standard and draws from both an expansive palette of colors and a wide range of contrast. We employ quantum dots to broaden the spectrum of tones the display can produce, making gradients smoother and images more lifelike overall. Using these luminescent nanoparticles allows the monitor to support the wider DCI-P3 color space typically associated with cinema projectors. In addition to satisfying gamers, the PG35VQ is likely to entice content creators who want to mix work and play on the same display.
The maximum brightness is a retina-searing 1000 nits, or roughly three times what you get with traditional monitors. And the blinding whites don’t come at the expense of deep blacks, which are a lot darker than you’re using to seeing on gaming displays. Localized dimming is part of the secret behind the monitor’s vast contrast range. The panel is illuminated by 512 individual LEDs that can be controlled independently to darken specific portions of the picture. The PG27UQ uses the same approach, but it only needs 384 LEDs to cover the area occupied by its smaller 27” panel.
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Old 05-30-2017, 12:38 PM   #5
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Check this baby out....

The 35ā€¯ ROG Swift PG35V gaming monitor turns HDR and quantum dots up to 200Hz | Global


HDR 10 and Local dimming with over 500 zones (this is by far the best way to get true blacks on a lcd monitor instead of edge lit)...this is the best specs you'll see on a monitor this year....

The ROG Swift PG35VQ conforms to the HDR10 standard and draws from both an expansive palette of colors and a wide range of contrast. We employ quantum dots to broaden the spectrum of tones the display can produce, making gradients smoother and images more lifelike overall. Using these luminescent nanoparticles allows the monitor to support the wider DCI-P3 color space typically associated with cinema projectors. In addition to satisfying gamers, the PG35VQ is likely to entice content creators who want to mix work and play on the same display.
The maximum brightness is a retina-searing 1000 nits, or roughly three times what you get with traditional monitors. And the blinding whites don’t come at the expense of deep blacks, which are a lot darker than you’re using to seeing on gaming displays. Localized dimming is part of the secret behind the monitor’s vast contrast range. The panel is illuminated by 512 individual LEDs that can be controlled independently to darken specific portions of the picture. The PG27UQ uses the same approach, but it only needs 384 LEDs to cover the area occupied by its smaller 27” panel.
Ones too large and I am not sure about the screen tech. The other is too small and I don't want HDR yet (4K). As long as it is taking me to find a new monitor I might be going in this direction though. I really like Skully's above, it is perfect except it is not GSync and also it is a VA screen, not IPS.
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Old 05-30-2017, 12:43 PM   #6
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Re: *** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

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Ones too large and I am not sure about the screen tech. The other is too small and I don't want HDR yet (4K). As long as it is taking me to find a new monitor I might be going in this direction though. I really like Skully's above, it is perfect except it is not GSync and also it is a VA screen, not IPS.
I have a local dimming LCD a Samsung 55 inch that I bought 5 years ago, top of the line $3500 at the time it was the best lcd you could get, local dimming is very expensive to do that's why you don't see it very often....so I wouldn't worry about the tech....lol
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Re: *** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

By the way according to the article the res is the same has mine and Skullys new one and old Dell.....The display’s UQWHD 3440x1440 resolution, its not 4K?
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Re: *** Samsung C34F791 34" ***

Update: The blacks are black, no light bleed, had one stuck pixel, now it
has fixed its self, so's no dead pixals. Resolution 3440x1440 refresh @ 100hz.
Gaming in Division is great, couldn't be happy'er with a monitor. If it would
have had g sync the price of the monitor would have been much higher. The
100hz refresh rate every thing is smooth, including gaming. Windows apps
seem to be faster...
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Update: The blacks are black, no light bleed, had one stuck pixel, now it
has fixed its self, so's no dead pixals. Resolution 3440x1440 refresh @ 100hz.
Gaming in Division is great, couldn't be happy'er with a monitor. If it would
have had g sync the price of the monitor would have been much higher. The
100hz refresh rate every thing is smooth, including gaming. Windows apps
seem to be faster...
Sounds like a REAL KEEPER SKULLY!
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One question Skully are the blacks has black has you OLED?
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One question Skully are the blacks has black has you OLED?
I'd say no, but really, really close... If I didn't have oled I'd think its as black
as it gets. Again its very close...
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They just put up this monitor at Massdrop for $699 with free shipping....

Samsung 34-Inch (3440 x 1440p) 100Hz Curved Monitor | Price Reviews | Massdrop
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They just put up this monitor at Massdrop for $699 with free shipping....

Samsung 34-Inch (3440 x 1440p) 100Hz Curved Monitor | Price Reviews | Massdrop
Yea That's a good price, I paid $750. for mine @ MC...
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