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Dell release Ultrasharp UP3017Q 30 inch 120Hz 4K monitor

Dell release Ultrasharp UP3017Q 30 inch 120Hz 4K monitor

Dell release Iltrasharp UP3017Q 30 inch 120Hz 4K monitor

Dell releases their Ultrasharp UP3017Q 30 inch 120Hz 4K monitor

 

This article was possible thanks to information provided by Dicehunter on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Dell has released their new Ultrasharp UP3017Q, a 30 inch, 4K, 120Hz monitor with an OLED display with a response time of 0.1ms, making this new monitor sound like the perfect high-end gaming display. 

Sadly this monitor may offer some extremely high specifications, but it comes with a huge price tag and some noteworthy downsides. 

While this display may be faster than TN, offer 100% Adobe RGB and 97.8% DCI-P3 colour support with 10-bit colour and come in a large 30-inch form factor, this display only supports USB type-c, HDMI 2.0 and mini DisplayPort 1.2. This means that this display's 120Hz refresh rate can only be achieved with DisplayPort over USB Type-C, which right now is an extremely uncommon display connection type. 

Dell release Iltrasharp UP3017Q 30 inch 120Hz 4K monitor  

 

With high specifications like these, you shouldn't be surprised that this display commands a price tag of $4999, representing a huge "early adopter tax" for anyone who purchases it. 

In the future, we should be seeing displays with these specifications release with newer display inputs like DisplayPort 1.3 and 1.4, allowing it to be connected to modern GPUs like the RX 480 and Nvidia 1000 series of GPUs. 

 

You can join the discussion on Dell's Ultrasharp UP3017Q 30 inch 4K 120Hz display on the OC3D Forums

 

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09-07-2016, 15:48:59

xnax2802
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While this display may be faster than TN, offer 100% Adobe RGB and 97.8% DCI-P3 colour support with 10-bit colour and come in a large 30-inch form factor
I got a little moist Quote

10-07-2016, 13:02:24

BigDaddyKong
Now that OLED has been out, people are reporting they start going bad after a year. I am a little hesitant to spend that much on an OLED because of the organic part.Quote

10-07-2016, 13:26:04

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Kong View Post
Now that OLED has been out, people are reporting they start going bad after a year. I am a little hesitant to spend that much on an OLED because of the organic part.
That was with earlier models. They've reported much better now. Especially LGs lineupQuote

10-07-2016, 13:26:09

realneil
This is drool worthy, but way more than I can pay for a screen. I'm giving it a little more time and prices will be a lot cheaper.Quote

10-07-2016, 20:53:35

Dicehunter
I'm keeping hold of my Dell 4K IPS 27" until they can come out with at the very least a 27" or 32" 4K panel with 144Hz and G-Sync or even Freesync depending on how upcoming GPU's go.

While I enjoyed 1440P and 144Hz on the ROG Swift, The clarity of 4K isn't something I can downgrade from.Quote
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