Dell’s 32″ 8K monitor is now available for $5000

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Dell’s 32″ 8K monitor is now available for $5000

 
Dell’s 32″ 8K monitor is now available for an eye-watering price of $5000, coming with a 60Hz refresh rate and support for a wide colour Gamut. This display is designed for professional use and does not support FreeSync or G-Sync. 
 
This display is called the Ultrasharp UP3218K, coming with a 1,300:1 contrast ratio, 400 nits brightness and a 6ms grey-grey response time. 
 
To say the least, this display would require an insane GPU setup for gaming, offering 4x the pixel count of a standard 4K display, with 16x the resolution of 1080p. The UP3218K offers support of a wide range of colour standards, with 100x sRGB, 100% Adobe RGB, 100% Rec. 709 and 98% of DCI-P3, making this display ideal for professional colour use. 
 

  

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This display will also support tilt and rotate on this display’s VESA-compatible stand, making this display ideal fo multi-monitor configurations if required.  

This display offers 2x DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, allowing this display to support 8K 60FPS with a single input (DP 1.4 offers 4x the bandwidth of DP 1.2). 

 

You can join the discussion on Dell’s $5000 8K UP3218K display on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Dell's 32

Dell’s 32″ 8K monitor is now available for $5000

 
Dell’s 32″ 8K monitor is now available for an eye-watering price of $5000, coming with a 60Hz refresh rate and support for a wide colour Gamut. This display is designed for professional use and does not support FreeSync or G-Sync. 
 
This display is called the Ultrasharp UP3218K, coming with a 1,300:1 contrast ratio, 400 nits brightness and a 6ms grey-grey response time. 
 
To say the least, this display would require an insane GPU setup for gaming, offering 4x the pixel count of a standard 4K display, with 16x the resolution of 1080p. The UP3218K offers support of a wide range of colour standards, with 100x sRGB, 100% Adobe RGB, 100% Rec. 709 and 98% of DCI-P3, making this display ideal for professional colour use. 
 

  

Dell's 32

 

  

This display will also support tilt and rotate on this display’s VESA-compatible stand, making this display ideal fo multi-monitor configurations if required.  

This display offers 2x DisplayPort 1.4 inputs, allowing this display to support 8K 60FPS with a single input (DP 1.4 offers 4x the bandwidth of DP 1.2). 

 

You can join the discussion on Dell’s $5000 8K UP3218K display on the OC3D Forums.