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    iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    A productivity powerhouse.
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    Re: iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    78% aRGB colour space coverage..... No thanks.
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    Re: iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    When running this via HDMI 1.4, does it report 30Hz like most cheaper 3440x1440 or 50hz like the Dell 34"? I ask because for older machines, there's a huge difference in smoothness between 30 and 50hz for desktop use.

    You can circumvent it with custom modes, but the Dell's 50hz EDID-reported frame rate make it much more plug'n'play than some other 34" units.

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    Re: iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    Sorry IIyama, too late to the party. Got myself an Acer Predator x34A last week

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    Re: iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    Those are not great specs especially only only 78% sRGB coverage. I'd love a monitor with more vertical space though like 16:10 or 4:3

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    Re: iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaoss View Post
    Those are not great specs especially only only 78% sRGB coverage.
    Article says 100% sRGB coverage.

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    Re: iiyama ProLite XUB3490WQSU

    I have its little brother..the X2783HSU and i'm completely besotted with this monitor, it ticks all the right boxes for me..! ;-)

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