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    AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    This is a swish 31.5-inch monitor with 10-bit VESA DisplayHDR 600 IPS 4K panel.
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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Not liking the refresh rate but you do know because of the name it is associated with the price will almost double.

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    I'm hesitant to ask and lazy but what's the F.A stand for?

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    At a guess : Prof. Ferdinand Alexander Porsche <----- Founder
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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by Kovoet View Post
    Not liking the refresh rate but you do know because of the name it is associated with the price will almost double.
    It says it's rrp is £829, which in all honesty for the specs, assuming it's a true 10bit display isn't bad imo.

    As to the monitor, I'd personally prefer 27inch and that looks like an ergonomic and cable management nightmare. Doesn't look to have any tilt and they've done every image without cables because all the cables will be on show...

    This is another thing that just shows how useless the design dot awards really are....

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    I can imagine this being half price by Black Friday 2021 with a 4k 144hz+ monitors with HDMI 2.1 coming out next year.

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by The Hand View Post
    I can imagine this being half price by Black Friday 2021 with a 4k 144hz+ monitors with HDMI 2.1 coming out next year.
    4K 10bit IPS at 144hz+.... point me in the direction of that info because I've been hunting around looking for anything over 60hz and can't find anything

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Is this a joke? Just 60hz and only HDR600 for £829. They can kiss my a**e before I'd pay that much for this crap.

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by LSG501 View Post
    4K 10bit IPS at 144hz+.... point me in the direction of that info because I've been hunting around looking for anything over 60hz and can't find anything
    There's the EVE Spectrum 4K 144hz IPS panel though their 10-bit is 8-bit + A-FRC if that's a problem: https://euro.evedevices.com/pages/full-specs

    Certainly looks like a good range there.

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by The Hand View Post
    I can imagine this being half price by Black Friday 2021 with a 4k 144hz+ monitors with HDMI 2.1 coming out next year.
    Honestly these can't come soon enough. I got genuinely excited at the article went straight down to the specs and saw 60Hz.

    Ok yes I know this is targeted for professionals and I can the design would appeal (it looks good tbh) but the glaring absence of 4k high refresh monitors is starting to get under my skin as is the avoidance of companies like AoC, BenQ, Ilyama, Samsung, Acer. LG etc even talking about it.

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    60hz refresh rate? is this monitor for 2010? Looks great but thats about it

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Looks absolutely nothing like a car. Zero stars

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by The Hand View Post
    There's the EVE Spectrum 4K 144hz IPS panel though their 10-bit is 8-bit + A-FRC if that's a problem: https://euro.evedevices.com/pages/full-specs

    Certainly looks like a good range there.
    27" 4K equally depressing, needs to be 32" but not crazy big like 42"+ or the new OLEDs at 48" its just too big for desk bound usage imho

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    For those complaining about the 60hz thing - the problem is the connectivity more than anything else. There is a bandwidth limitation on DP1.2 and HDMI2.0 which means you can't get everything over a single connection.

    e.g. on my panel you could have:

    1440p, 10bit, and 144hz
    OR
    1440p, 8bit, and 200hz

    but I can't have 1440, 10 bit and 200hz - the interface just can't handle it.

    It's the same for 4k panels - without either dropping some information from the data stream, you wont see above 60hz right now. This should all change with DP2.0 and to some degree, HDMI 2.1, but the next problem there is that many consumers don't have devices with those ports on them.

    In practice, it's completely irrelevant at the moment as 4k/60fps gaming is not a reality at sensible graphics quality in most games, so 144FPS gaming at 4k is even further away.

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    Quote Originally Posted by The Hand View Post
    There's the EVE Spectrum 4K 144hz IPS panel though their 10-bit is 8-bit + A-FRC if that's a problem: https://euro.evedevices.com/pages/full-specs

    Certainly looks like a good range there.
    Looks like LG have just released their own version (the eve uses an LG panel)
    https://hexus.net/tech/news/monitors...nitor-1ms-gtg/

    Not sure I'm a fan of A-FRC though if I'm honest

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    Re: AOC releases the Studio F. A. Porsche designed U32U1 monitor

    The people who will buy this do not want or need 144hz panels. Connections, colour accuracy and brightness control which this monitor seems to provide looks like a winner.

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