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It's Day #2 of the promotion and we've listed a few one-day-only deals and coupon codes to help get you started.

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    • I'm not 100% sure on paying the (hardware enabled) GSync premium now that there is software enabled gsync for freesync through drivers. A Freesync monitor is not only cheaper but is compatible with both AMD and NVidia's versions of adaptive synchronization. However, a hardware enabled Gsync monitor is not compatible with Freesync and probably never will be.

      The list of compatibility being tested by actual users is much larger than I thought also.

      Freesync monitor list compatibility
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    • I went from looking only at gsync monitors to specifically not wanting it. Not only the fact that it costs more, but I feel like in a couple of years I might actually end up with an AMD GPU or even an Intel one... the only way you're going to get adaptive sync that works no matter what you buy is freesync now.

      I'm also not paying $1000 for a monitor without local dimming HDR at a bare minimum at this point, either.
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    • Coresu wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 2:12 pm
      I'm not 100% sure on paying the (hardware enabled) GSync premium now that there is software enabled gsync for freesync through drivers. A Freesync monitor is not only cheaper but is compatible with both AMD and NVidia's versions of adaptive synchronization. However, a hardware enabled Gsync monitor is not compatible with Freesync and probably never will be.

      The list of compatibility being tested by actual users is much larger than I thought also.

      Freesync monitor list compatibility
      I agree with that, there are not many monitors out there that compete with this despite the fact freesync monitors now support gysnc. Most of them are VA panels.

      I always had Nvidia since last 10 years and they have been leading in GPU market so not having freesync for me is less of an issue.
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    • I bought this a year ago for same price. Was good buy then, although I went through 3 returns and 3 months before I got a good one not yellowed (although all had blb - pick your battle with ultra-wide). With the Nvidia support for free sync now I probably wouldn't bother with this, unless you just bought into a 2080 recently. It's a nice monitor, but Dell support is in India and although it's 3yrs you will pull your hair out dealing with them.
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    • Coresu wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 2:12 pm
      I'm not 100% sure on paying the (hardware enabled) GSync premium now that there is software enabled gsync for freesync through drivers. A Freesync monitor is not only cheaper but is compatible with both AMD and NVidia's versions of adaptive synchronization. However, a hardware enabled Gsync monitor is not compatible with Freesync and probably never will be.

      The list of compatibility being tested by actual users is much larger than I thought also.

      Freesync monitor list compatibility
      Granted even with Freesync there's not a lot of 34" IPS ultrawide with 100hz+ out there. The Alienware is still one of the best gaming monitor at this spec range.

      Personally I am waiting for the LG 34GK950F to make it into Canada.
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    • number8888 wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 3:13 pm
      Granted even with Freesync there's not a lot of 34" IPS ultrawide with 100hz+ out there. The Alienware is still one of the best gaming monitor at this spec range.

      Personally I am waiting for the LG 34GK950F to make it into Canada.
      LG 34UC79G-B - but only 2k resolution
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    • inculiqbus wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 3:18 pm
      LG 34UC79G-B - but only 2k resolution
      I'm going to get a lot of flak with this comment but Im running that exact same monitor (2560x1080) and I also have a standard 3440x1440 (no freesync or gsync). Gaming on both, visually I cant perceive a huge difference aside the icons and chat screens being more sharper and smaller on the 3440x1440. However the FPS hit is much more noticable on 3440x1440, so I guess freesync/gsync would help a lot here.

      However, I prefer to game at 2560x1080 and use the 3440x1440 for productivity. To each there own of course, but it's less noticeable if I push the 2560x1080 further back on my desk but at the same time get more into my viewing area (not side to side head turning having a widescreen 21:9 up closer).

      The FPS gains allows me to use my GPU longer, have more effects turned up to compensate and I can get more fluid game play because Im pushing more frames towards the 144Hz limit. Something that is very hard to do with effects turned up @ 3440x1440 even with a top end card (2080ti even).

      I wear glasses, so Im not 20/20. I also find 4K movies compared to 1080p bluray less of a difference then 1080p to standard 480p DVD. HDR/DV makes the largest difference to me. Not to side line my quip with home video stuff, but if you're like me, 2560x1080 is probably enough for gaming at the very least.....
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    • number8888 wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 3:13 pm
      Granted even with Freesync there's not a lot of 34" IPS ultrawide with 100hz+ out there. The Alienware is still one of the best gaming monitor at this spec range.

      Personally I am waiting for the LG 34GK950F to make it into Canada.
      Word to the 34GK950F. I wonder what the price would be CAD...
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    • got a brand new in box unit off craigslist for $800 with full 3 yr warranty, couldn't be happier
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    • Any other alternatives asides from the LG? I'm looking for an ultrawide but also need it to be IPS / high refresh rate
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    • Still torn between Acer x34p and thr aw3418dw.... Both are similarly specced and around the same price when on sale....
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    • chapman_w wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 10:43 pm
      Still torn between Acer x34p and thr aw3418dw.... Both are similarly specced and around the same price when on sale....
      Alienware is hands down better choice.

      1. Dell 3 year advanced exchange warranty trumps acer's warranty.
      2. Better Quality Control on Alienware - You can get it changed quite easily if you have some IPS Bleed.
      3. Easily OC to 120Hz
      4. Better Build Quality and Design - Subjective
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    • Is this the lowest price this monitor has gone down to?
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    • Great price OP!

      It's less than I paid!
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    • number8888 wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 3:13 pm
      Granted even with Freesync there's not a lot of 34" IPS ultrawide with 100hz+ out there. The Alienware is still one of the best gaming monitor at this spec range.

      Personally I am waiting for the LG 34GK950F to make it into Canada.
      There aren't any ips 1440 ultrawides above 75hz in freesync. Only VA other than the 950F you linked
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    • Coresu wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 2:12 pm
      I'm not 100% sure on paying the (hardware enabled) GSync premium now that there is software enabled gsync for freesync through drivers. A Freesync monitor is not only cheaper but is compatible with both AMD and NVidia's versions of adaptive synchronization. However, a hardware enabled Gsync monitor is not compatible with Freesync and probably never will be.

      The list of compatibility being tested by actual users is much larger than I thought also.

      Freesync monitor list compatibility
      Gsync is better tech, but ya locks you into nvidia.
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    • Coresu wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 2:12 pm
      I'm not 100% sure on paying the (hardware enabled) GSync premium now that there is software enabled gsync for freesync through drivers. A Freesync monitor is not only cheaper but is compatible with both AMD and NVidia's versions of adaptive synchronization. However, a hardware enabled Gsync monitor is not compatible with Freesync and probably never will be.

      The list of compatibility being tested by actual users is much larger than I thought also.

      Freesync monitor list compatibility
      Freesync only works within a range of FPS. Depending on the monitor used, I think its usually between 40-90. Depending on your video card and the games you play, your fps might start over 100 and drop to under 40 and fluctuate widely.
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    • achohan91 wrote:
      Feb 25th, 2019 1:57 pm
      Use code "10%OFFMONITOR" to get price down to 1079.00
      Use ebates 8% to get extra $86 as rebate.
      Comes with 3 year dell exchange warranty for that piece of mind.

      3440 X 1440, 120Hz, G-SYNC, IPS, Ultrawide, Curved 1900R
      I have this monitor and love it personally (OC'd to 120Hz)

      Best Ultrawide Curved Monitor out there for Gaming!

      Worth the price.
      Thanks OP, did I just miss the sale

      is showing $1249.99 and even with the 10%off monitor discount ($325) I am only getting $1124.99 and not $1079?
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    • Vincentshiu wrote:
      Feb 26th, 2019 10:08 am
      Thanks OP, did I just miss the sale

      is showing $1249.99 and even with the 10%off monitor discount ($325) I am only getting $1124.99 and not $1079?
      Yes you did!
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    • I'd get 34GK950F and it's on sale at B&H, $400 off... but it's backordered lol
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