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    HELP dell monitor which one

    ll 27 Ultra HD 4K Monitor – P2715Q £902
    Dell 43 Ultra HD 4K Multi-Client Monitor P4317Q £1070

    Dell UltraSharp 27 InfinityEdge Monitor U2717D £866

    Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor – U3415W £1040
    Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor - U3417W £1070

    for gaming and using it for multi word doc at the same time.

    Dell 43 Ultra HD 4K Multi-Client Monitor P4317Q would allow me to have all on one screen, the others I would have to buy 2 monitors.

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    Are you nVidia or AMD?

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    currently amd but might go nvidia.

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    I have a UP2516D which I have been impressed with it and its a 25" qHD monitor.


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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    I have a UP2516D which I have been impressed with it and its a 25" qHD monitor.
    They are good monitors.

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    I think you could get by with 25" monitors and donate the spare money to someone who needs it... like me?

    Any of those will be good. You can often find in depth reviews on www.TFTcentral.co.uk which can help shed light on any relative strengths and weaknesses between them.

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    Quote Originally Posted by petercook7 View Post
    They are good monitors.
    I think the only issue is some batches could have more panel inconsistencies than others,and the U2515H is the normal gamut version. However,mine seems OK and the image quality is fantastic.


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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    I think you could get by with 25" monitors and donate the spare money to someone who needs it... like me?

    Any of those will be good. You can often find in depth reviews on www.TFTcentral.co.uk which can help shed light on any relative strengths and weaknesses between them.
    Getting a large discount of dell.

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    Sorry for thread revival, but you can practically not go wrong with a Dell monitor if it's from their UltraSharp series. Make sure the model name starts with 'U'. If the model name starts with 'UP' you'll get extended colour range on top of the generally great image quality.

    The exception to the above 'U' rule is the P4317Q. There's just no comparable UltraSharp model. It seems like a great monitor but it's HUGE and because of that ergonomics aren't great. There's no pivot, swivel or height adjustment. Only tilt.

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    Re: HELP dell monitor which one

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Sorry for thread revival, but you can practically not go wrong with a Dell monitor if it's from their UltraSharp series. Make sure the model name starts with 'U'. If the model name starts with 'UP' you'll get extended colour range on top of the generally great image quality.

    The exception to the above 'U' rule is the P4317Q. There's just no comparable UltraSharp model. It seems like a great monitor but it's HUGE and because of that ergonomics aren't great. There's no pivot, swivel or height adjustment. Only tilt.
    +1 to ^this. It's certainly been my experience to date.

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