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  1.    02 Mar 2018 #1251

    paulpicks21 said: View Post
    My latest acquisition and somewhat of a bargain is an ASUS PB287Q Gaming Monitor - 28'' 4K UHD (3840x2160), 1ms, Flicker free.

    PB287Q | Monitors | ASUS United Kingdom


    I managed to bag the sucker for 120 ($165) + postage as a friend of a friend was selling it.

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    Very Nice Monitor, and you got it dirt cheap too!!!! Niceeee
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  2.    02 Mar 2018 #1252

    OldMike65 said: View Post
    Very Nice Monitor, and you got it dirt cheap too!!!! Niceeee
    Cheers Mike, it was too good an offer to pass up. I should get 80 ($110) for my old 27" 1080p monitor so it was a no brainer really!
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       02 Mar 2018 #1253

    paulpicks21 said: View Post
    My latest acquisition and somewhat of a bargain is an ASUS PB287Q Gaming Monitor - 28'' 4K UHD (3840x2160), 1ms, Flicker free.

    PB287Q | Monitors | ASUS United Kingdom


    I managed to bag the sucker for 120 ($165) + postage as a friend of a friend was selling it.

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    Nice deal.
    I couldn't find how much color gamut(% the color sRGB spectrum) it has in the specs though.
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  4.    02 Mar 2018 #1254

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Nice deal.
    I couldn't find how much color gamut(% the color sRGB spectrum) it has in the specs though.
    Thanks, I found this in a review -

    The Asus PB287Q covers 87% of the sRGB colour space, which is about what we’d expect for a decent TN monitor. Accuracy is good, too, with a DeltaE of 1.95 a very decent result — we’re happy with anything less than 2.0 most of the time.
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       02 Mar 2018 #1255

    paulpicks21 said: View Post
    Thanks, I found this in a review -

    The Asus PB287Q covers 87% of the sRGB colour space, which is about what wed expect for a decent TN monitor. Accuracy is good, too, with a DeltaE of 1.95 a very decent result were happy with anything less than 2.0 most of the time.
    Sounds good to me, and it looks like a good gaming one too.

    My 4K is a professional monitor and not for gaming, but as I do a lot of graphics stuff, the 100% sRGB was more important to me.
    But is also has color settings for CAD and animation(like in Blender), presentations, and M-book.
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  6.    02 Mar 2018 #1256

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Sounds good to me, and it looks like a good gaming one too.

    My 4K is a professional monitor and not for gaming, but as I do a lot of graphics stuff, the 100% sRGB was more important to me.
    But is also has color settings for CAD and animation(like in Blender), presentations, and M-book.
    I read a lot of reviews on this one before I said I would buy it. They all said it was great for gaming but really not good for graphics stuff and the viewing angle isn't great if you have it in portrait but I only want it for general web surfing and gaming so it suites my needs. And I must admit games look fantastic on it. It does push the 1080ti a fair bit due to the resolution but I wanted to give it a work out lol.
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       02 Mar 2018 #1257

    paulpicks21 said: View Post
    I read a lot of reviews on this one before I said I would buy it. They all said it was great for gaming but really not good for graphics stuff and the viewing angle isn't great if you have it in portrait but I only want it for general web surfing and gaming so it suites my needs. And I must admit games look fantastic on it. It does push the 1080ti a fair bit due to the resolution but I wanted to give it a work out lol.

    Just don't fry anything, like Worf did
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       02 Mar 2018 #1258

    Cliff S said: View Post

    Just don't fry anything, like Worf did
    I heard than Cliff
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       02 Mar 2018 #1259

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    I heard than Cliff
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       02 Mar 2018 #1260

    paulpicks21 said: View Post
    Thanks, I found this in a review -

    The Asus PB287Q covers 87% of the sRGB colour space, which is about what we’d expect for a decent TN monitor. Accuracy is good, too, with a DeltaE of 1.95 a very decent result — we’re happy with anything less than 2.0 most of the time.
    Great monitor Paul, congrats. I have been looking at monitors and I can tell you, that's a great price you got it for. I did find this

    ASUS PB278Q gives you superior images with lifelike colors thanks to 100% sRGB color gamut.
    Source
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