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[Amazon.ca] Dell S Series Led-Lit Monitor 32" Black (S3219D), QHD 2560 X 1440, 60Hz, 99% sRGB, 16: 9, AMD FreeSync $280

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[Amazon.ca] Dell S Series Led-Lit Monitor 32" Black (S3219D), QHD 2560 X 1440, 60Hz, 99% sRGB, 16: 9, AMD FreeSync $280

Enjoy crisp, vivid image clarity in QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution I. E.3. 68 million pixels-almost two times more than full HD

The wide viewing angles ensure a clear view of the monitor from multiple vantage points, and covers 99% sRGB color gamut

Hear more life like sound, more dynamic music and bigger cinematic experiences when playing your favorite songs and watching a movie

Vesa wall mountable design

Dual 5W speakers professionally tuned by award winning waves MaxxAudio
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Oct 26, 2016
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Wow I just know that OP is on a rampage Face With Tears Of Joy so many posts on the Hot Deals forum
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Nov 15, 2017
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Seems like the monitor is actually 75 Hz?
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martyre wrote: Seems like the monitor is actually 75 Hz?
if its freesync its most likely 75hz compatible

R U PACKIN HEAT
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Dec 7, 2016
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So tempting, but my poor 980M will never manage to do much at QHD. This would be such an expensive upgrade after everythings said and done :(
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May 16, 2019
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Don't know much about monitors. How does this compare with the recent 24" deal?
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VA not IPS

Otherwise decent, possibly better for graphic and video work than an IPS.

OP recieves an upvote.
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I was tempted by this one, until I did the math and figured out that a 1440p 32" panel has the EXACT same pixel density as a 24" 1080p monitor.

I'd prefer a sharper image over a bigger screen.

Still, it's a good price!
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The Dell S3219D is a decent 1440p VA monitor with mediocre picture quality. It has a high native contrast ratio that can deliver deep blacks in a dark room but cannot get very bright to fight bright room glare. It does not support HDR, and has disappointing viewing angles and poor out-of-the-box color accuracy. On the upside, the S3219D has excellent color gamut for normal use, good gray uniformity, and good reflection handling. It responds quickly to your actions due to its low input lag, and you can only see a small blur trail behind fast moving objects due to the fast pixel response time. It supports FreeSync for a tear-free gaming experience, but the refresh rate is limited to 75Hz, which will deter most serious gamers. Overall, it is a good entry-level gaming monitor.
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RAINMAN0 wrote:
Most of those complaints include: VA bad, Low Hz bad, Gamers sad.

Standard elitist complaints.

VAs put me to sleep in bright rooms, but they have their uses. For my use-cases, IPS stands tall.

Not everyone is RFDGuy though.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Not everyone is RFDGuy though.
Counterpoint:



Bump this video up to 1080p and test the upscaling and color contrast on your VA. Color contrast should somewhat impress.

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