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Dell Release a 5K Monitor

Dell Release a 5K Monitor

Dell Release a 5K Monitor

Dell Release a 5K Monitor

  

That's right, Dell is releasing the Dell UltraSharp 27 Ultra HD 5K Monitor with a resolution of 5120 x 2880, which is 4x 1440p, for a mere $2500.  This monitor will push just under 6.5 million more pixels than 4k monitors, which is an impressive jump and should look very interesting on a 27" display!

 

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While we may not have any content available to justify such a colossal resolution, gamers with the most extreme GPU setup should be able to take advantage of it as soon as it is released. You will likely even be able to turn your anti-aliasing settings down or off with pixels that small.  

This monitor will also have 16W integrated speakers and will likely have a few USB ports.  Surround setups are going to need every GPU you can toss at it though, good thing those 295X2's have just lowered in price. 

For those interested in High resolution gaming, we reviewed the ASUS PB287Q True 4K Monitor earlier this year.

 

Join the discussion on Dell's new 5K monitor on the OC3D Forums.

 

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05-09-2014, 06:12:40

Dicehunter
Wow, Soon we'll get to a certain pixel density and resolution were we won't be able to tell the difference no matter how high they go.Quote

05-09-2014, 06:16:23

WYP
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Wow, Soon we'll get to a certain pixel density and resolution were we won't be able to tell the difference no matter how high they go.
Yeah, I thought my 1440p monitor was a lot of pixels! Now there is a monitor with 4x that!Quote

05-09-2014, 06:25:06

Damien c
It's a nice monitor but it's going to take one hell of a gpu setup to run that for gaming.

I know Dell are a decent company and offer good warranties but the price seems quite low for a Dell monitor, since they normally like to empty your wallets just for the name just like Apple do.Quote

05-09-2014, 06:26:50

SieB
Seems a bit pointless to me, it is like they are just trying to one up everyone to get sales.
4K isn't even fully supported yet, plus the hardware to run it can't do it properly. It is going to take even more horse power to drive a 5k monitor.Quote

05-09-2014, 06:30:31

JR23
Very interesting, when I first read the title I was like YES an Ultra wide 4k screen or a huge monitor but then 27" 16:9 really? That's hella density, totally undriveable right now and a bit small. I've always felt the 28" 4k screens are too small. I'd sooner have their Ultrasharp 32 still. Price ain't bad though and build quality looks good. Interesting.

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