Viotek 32" 1800R Curved 1440p 144hz Gaming Monitorsearch

Viotek 32" 1800R Curved 1440p 144hz Gaming Monitor

Viotek 32" 1800R Curved 1440p 144hz Gaming Monitor

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Does it do alright for viewing Facebook? No one likes dropped frames
Looks very similar to the Asus ROG Strix.
I was looking at this to use with a N 1080.
I have looked a lot at 35 UW and 32 monitors and G-Sync is just too damn high.
A LOT of people and reviews say this resolution at 32" just has one problem...desktop
their description was just not as crisp, clear etc one even said down right fuzzy or out of focus because of low pixel density. This was a review on the LG 850 that people rave about.
Whats your opinion for desktop as well as gamin.

ps does this monitor use pwm for backlight?
If so I thought almost all manufactures quit using it.

etrin
I bought this monitor about five months ago, and I can attest that the desktop isn't ideal at this pixel density, but otherwise this monitor is pretty impressive. This monitor does NOT use PWM. Games look incredibly sharp and smooth at 1440p, and videos are just as stunning. If you're a content creator, graphic designer, or editing documents on the regular, there are a ton of better options out there, but for a gaming monitor with these specs, you can't beat it at this price point.
etrin
32" 2560x1440 is ~92pixels per inch **(this monitor)**

27" 2560x1440 is ~108pixels per inch

While it may not sound like a lot it is slightly noticable.

For comparison:

32" ultrawide 3440x1440 is ~117pixels per inch

34" ultrawide 3440x1440 is ~110pixels per inch

24" 1920x1080 is ~92pixels per inch

23" 1920x1080 is ~96pixels per inch

22" 1920x1080 is ~100pixels per inch

21" 1920x1080 is ~105pixels per inch

Most common 1080p monitors are 23-24Inches and this is on par with the pixel density of those.
Why don't they show its price in AU dollars so i can see how much it really is!
SinyorDuckyMoss
Why don't you use online dollar converter? I'm Canadian and I still have to use it to get the real price for me.
As an alternative, you might check out the Pixio PXC32 or one of their other similar monitors. I don't have one, but they seem like a great deal, and (some) are cheaper and have comparable specs to this monitor. https://www.pixiogaming.com/pxc32
Blur180
Except pixio products are riddled with problems . Viotek seems to have a better quality control in place.
ServerSlayer
oh. that's too bad. Like I said, I don't have any of their products, I just thought they seemed like a good deal.
Is this in Canadian dollars? (449$) or will I actually be paying more since it’s american? I have never bought anything from Massdrop so idk what to expect. Will I have to pay border fees too? Thanks!
OhHenrie
The price listed is always in USD. Shipping and exchange rate mean that most drops don't offer any sort of discount for Canadians compared to Amazon or the likes.
Gamuh
Man that’s sucks. I guess it isn’t really worth buying stuff off of massdrop. I would be better off buying things off of Canadian websites. Thank you for the info :)
Is this monitor compatible with VESA mounts?
LolItsFlimsy
Says 100x100 VESA in the description.
BeerSultan
Oh duh...Thanks.
*** Comments on the color-reproduction / accuracy ***
I purchased a Spyder5express just for this monitor. Out of the box, the color profile looks bad- you can just tell.
However, with the Spyder & DisplayCal software, you can get a much better result.
I do not know how to share the ICC profile but I will try. Do not expect any factory-calibrated IPS display level but you can get the best out of the panel. Hope this helps!
morningcereal
Any chance of getting that icc profile?
B.Hutch The GN32LD has VESA-C75 (75mm x 75mm VESA mounts)

The specifications state 100mm.

I'm in Australia...... Still free shipping?
Dominatorxx
It SPECIFICALLY said free US shipping
A1450
Truly a Mort aren't you.