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Question Looking for a 32" 4K HDR monitor that supports g-sync or g-sync compatible. Can't find

HomerJS

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Only the ACER Predator XB321HK comes the closest. Everything except HDR. Anyone find this out there?

I did find this but none for sale and one article quoted an insane price
ASUS ROG Strix PG32UQX
 

Macros96

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Apr 27, 2017
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Only the ACER Predator XB321HK comes the closest. Everything except HDR. Anyone find this out there?

I did find this but none for sale and one article quoted an insane price
ASUS ROG Strix PG32UQX
I am in the same boat except I want 120+Hz, so I'm waiting for a HDMI 2.1 display. I'm set on 32-40" as my ideal size. Do not want to step up to 48".

Also, I have the XB321HK and I would advise you to avoid it. It is a nice monitor with a glaring defect. Half of the screen randomly flickers for one or two frames every few minutes. There are posts on Acer's support forum and when I quit watching they had no fix nor did they admit to any problem with the panel. I have learned to live with it, but it is unacceptable on a $1200 (back when I got it) display.
 

HomerJS

Lifer
Feb 6, 2002
28,420
14,340
136
I am in the same boat except I want 120+Hz, so I'm waiting for a HDMI 2.1 display. I'm set on 32-40" as my ideal size. Do not want to step up to 48".

Also, I have the XB321HK and I would advise you to avoid it. It is a nice monitor with a glaring defect. Half of the screen randomly flickers for one or two frames every few minutes. There are posts on Acer's support forum and when I quit watching they had no fix nor did they admit to any problem with the panel. I have learned to live with it, but it is unacceptable on a $1200 (back when I got it) display.
DAMN!! I may need to change plans to Freesync graphics card/monitor. Maybe that's why there seem to be a sizable amount of refurbished ones.
 

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