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    Quote Originally Posted by jkq View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3_xY_2JWIg

    Yes it can. but nobody being serious will go 4k in CS for the next 5+ Years. Unless something magical happens. Its always Personal preference but 24 1080p 120-240hz just feels right. I tried 27+ long enough
    But you can still get 24 1440p

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    Anyways, what's up with not having good mid range monitors on sale? Plenty of midrange TVs, but if you want' a 30-34" 4K monitor with OLED or just great black levels, proper HDR - only high ends available.

    It seems that mid range was replaced by gamer garbage - instead of black levels, correct-ish colour representation, and usable HDR you can have none of those, but 120Hz. What the hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldev View Post
    if you want' a 30-34" 4K monitor with OLED or just great black levels, proper HDR - only high ends available.
    Probably because that's not a midrange market? There's few people looking for a 30-34" 4k budget option, that just doesn't really go together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biomega View Post
    Probably because that's not a midrange market? There's few people looking for a 30-34" 4k budget option, that just doesn't really go together.
    How is that not midrange market? You're telling me that between lowend 280 eur 32" 4k displays and highend 1900 eur 32" 4k midrange doesn't exist? Uh huh. Well with those parameters - display quality - it doesn't, and that's my problem, quality is changed to refresh rate.
    Last edited by ldev; 2022-07-01 at 12:32 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldev View Post
    How is that not midrange market? You're telling me that between lowend 280 eur 32" 4k displays and highend 1900 eur 32" 4k midrange doesn't exist? Uh huh.
    There are plenty of crappy "midrange" 4k. Wanting everything nice on top of 4k make it high-end, period.

    "I want a car that goes the speed of a ferrari, sound like a ferrari, looks like one, how is that not midtier ?"
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    LG 43UN700-B , have it, love it.
    60hz but 4k ultra wont go over that in a long time.
    Dont even see a 4090 go 100pfs on ultra in good looking game.
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    I'm running all Asus ROG monitors and so far so good, and they basically stay on 24/7 some for 5 years now. I'm not a fan of ultra wides for gaming myself, love them for work big nope on the gaming PC. I stick to around 27-inch 1440p panels that do 240hz, and 1ms responses times for my main gaming screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ealyssa View Post
    There are plenty of crappy "midrange" 4k. Wanting everything nice on top of 4k make it high-end, period.

    "I want a car that goes the speed of a ferrari, sound like a ferrari, looks like one, how is that not midtier ?"
    I want a car that goes the speed of a type r, sounds like a type r, looks like one, how is that not midtier ?

    Like, what the fuck mate. I can get a hyundai tucson or civic type r for midrange prices. For monitors - I can get only hyundai tucson.

    gtfo

    50+ inch TVs can get passable colors, usable HDR and OLEDs in a fucking mid range tier, but apparently that in a fucking 32" monitor is high end, according to you? lmao
    Last edited by ldev; 2022-07-01 at 01:24 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldev View Post
    50+ inch TVs can get passable colors, usable HDR and OLEDs in a fucking mid range tier, but apparently that in a fucking 32" monitor is high end, according to you? lmao
    That's exactly how the current market is tho, welcome to real life. That's also why more and more people switched to the "small" LG OLED TV as their monitor.
    How is that hard to understand ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldev View Post
    How is that not midrange market? You're telling me that between lowend 280 eur 32" 4k displays and highend 1900 eur 32" 4k midrange doesn't exist? Uh huh. Well with those parameters - display quality - it doesn't, and that's my problem, quality is changed to refresh rate.
    It's just economics. Sure there's SOME people who'd want something like that, but not enough to warrant companies making product for that segment. If there's not enough potential customers, it's often simply not worth it to make product for that particular niche. Better to focus on markets that have huge numbers of potential customers. That's just how business works.

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