The resolutions really aren't that far apart... They should just bake gsync into the 28" 4k panal, that would be the real winner. Overall though for the same price the PB287Q seems like the better deal being an inch larger and future proof with native 4k, or for anyone with an AMD card lol
That's exactly the monitor I was waiting for <3
I think you have an error, did you mean 3840x2160?
Regardless, That's the monitor I'm waiting for. HDMI 1.4's bandwidth simply doesn't cut it, so the only option for 4k gamers is display port 1.2 for 4k gaming @60fps. Thanks for the heads up!
Was waiting for the dell 28" 4k, but this one looks like a winner.
Wondering how much the g sync really helps
@ShaneYoung, Watch the video, there's a pretty substantial difference to me.
@PaulLilly, any word if these monitors support HDMI 2.0?
It will be $1000 in Australia for sure :(
I paid $450 for my benq 120hz 24" screen about 2 yrs ago.
Do you need 120hz with gsync now?
Doesn't gsync fix all the tearing and stuttering?
So wouldn't a 60hz screen look smooth now? isnt that the whole point of gsync?
UHD for me please!
not a hard choice at all- if over 300 bucks most will not buy them- also g-sync is/ was only a 1 year warranty which will make even less folks care to buy them..
Gsync works with non-nvidia cards too, they just need to be displayport 1.2. And for gaming, gsync>>>4k, since we won't have 4k gaming at max quality for a few more years without 2 way systems (Volta cards with stacked DRAM might redefine gaming, but maxwell will only let you max out current titles with 2 way cards unless there are breakthroughs in programming)
4K version don't have gsync, and the point of 120Hz is that display lag once the frame is ready is half of 60Hz. Both will be silky smooth, but the 120hz one will react faster.
It's going to be 799.99 usd
im more interested in a 4k display =D