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Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by jimortality, Feb 14, 2017.
Monitors what are you using and are you happy or not or...........
I'm using triple AOC 27" IPS monitors. Love the color & viewability angle of IPS monitors. Dislike being limited to 60 Hz.
Single 27" IPS 144Hz here.
Could use happily a 21:9 but not at the expenses of framerate (no way Im coming back to something below 120Hz).
And if I had the room for triples I wouldn't mind too (oh wait VR is coming also )
As I stated in another thread my 28" 4k monitor is faulty so I'm getting a refund. I'm not sure which way to go monitor wise now as I've tried everything. I can only afford 3x24 or 1x decent 27.
43" x 3 VERY happy.
Single Asus PG279Q, WQHD (2560 X 1440) 27 inch / 144 hz standaard (OC'ed to 165) / IPS / G-sync
- 144 hz
- colours IPS
- joystick on the back for menu // menu itself
- I use the VESA mount 100x100 so i do not need the monitors foot, which is a hefty large device with lighting tilting all direction and more. Its time we can buy monitors with a foot or without one making price difference.
No I tried it but I couldn't get on with it.
Hi Jim. As you probably know, I use a 34" LG monitor Ultrawide and I am very happy with it. It works great with Track IR5.
Hello Jim, Well i use 3x24inch BenQ 120htz monitors, Really happy with these. I got them with the intention to use nVidea 3D, And all i can say is, its the best bit of kit ive owned..
The only draw back is to run say AC with high setting and in 3D is a real frame killer,
1 Titan graphics card did struggle, but 2 works a treat in sli. It added a new dimension to my racing..
I'm using an Asus MW221u for ages now, which needs to get replaced sooner than later. I love the dotpitch on it, so it is hard to find a bigger screen with a similar value for less than "a million bucks". And it should also run with my current system... haha... Looking for an Asus MX299q...
I've been looking at ultrawide as well but can't afford track ir as well.
43" Panasonic Plasma TV - very low input lag & great big image. You can find decent ones for around 150 to 200 euro's.
Yeah I get the big image attraction, I'm using a 40" 4k samsung with 19ms but it's making it awkward to watch normal tv.
My normal TV is smaller, hehe
You used to have 3x46"?
What model is it Andy?
nope, must be my doppelganger. But it would be nice..
Jim, it's the LG34UM68. 2560x1080p and works brilliant with my RX480 AMD card using Freesync. I don't really care about 4k as I prefer to run my sims and other stuff with good fast fame rates. It does the job for me and it was quite cheap.
Thing is I have a gtx card so freesync is no good to me. What hz is it?