Asus PB287Q is a 28-inch 4K Ultra HD Monitor for Prosumers and Gamers

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Rift2

Make a 24" one ASUS you think I can bead in BF4 with this jumbotron on my desk? Even at two feet away?

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devin3627

TN is the perfect screen for gamers, low-in-cost and fast response time. this is the first 4k display worth a damn to pc gamers.

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devin3627

yeah people get your head out of your ass about TN technology being bad, its the cheapest and fastest and with gsync, you can take it even further with 60hz above. 120hz gaming is real now. most of you don't have what maximumpc has, so let them tell you.

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vrmlbasic

I'd like a 1440/1600 120 FPS monitor for less than this as I don't have the tech to power 4K in all of my games yet. Looking at benchmarks it seems that no one truly does :(

TN technology _is_ bad. Gsync isn't required for >60Hz monitors.

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LatiosXT

Which only applies to twitch gamers who competitively play FPS games.

I don't. I'll take visual quality with speeds that work well enough over speeds that I really don't care about. This is starting to sound like audiophiles who dump thousands in audio equipment for a slightly cleaner signal that only 0.0000001% of the world can actually tell.

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JosephColt

This is a TN panel, and a good compromise for gaming.

It looks like 4K panels will become standard in a couple years thankfully. Instead of using the graphics card to power AA too, it will just need to power a higher resolution without AA.

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The Mac

no way that an IPS panel for $649.

My guess is VA.

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Innomasta

Wrong. VA has viewing angles in line with IPS. It's TN

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The Mac

i would disagree, VA angles are definitely better than TN, but not IPS territory.

But yes, this is a TN panel.

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devin3627

IPS sucks. sacrifaces response time. IPS is television lover spec. come on guys, you are either pc gamer or into movies. get your head on straight.

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bigrigross

You are dead wrong. My Dell UltraSharp U2412M will run circles around any TN panel in both color and clarity. I use mine for CAD, Gaming, and Movies and you know what, I dont miss my TN panels at all. Sure my old Asus monitor had a 2ms delay and my current one only has 8, but I have found it makes ZERO difference in Counter Strike Source and GO. In fact, I have found I play better because not all of the colors on the screen are washed and I can differentiate objects easier. I am willing to pay the premium for IPS. Lets just say this, when my monitor came out, I paid 450 dollars for it.

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The Mac

sorry, my dell IPS panels beat the crap out of any TN out there.

Im a gamer and have zero issues with response times.

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vrmlbasic

Same here. I can't go back to TN, not for 650 bucks.