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Lovely Monitor, and you sit about as far away as me as well.I'm on Asus Pg32uqx 32in 4k and on standard desk depth about 20-24in it's been perfect for me. Using powercolor red devil 6900xt ultimate to power the monitor.
It's been a dream setup: High pixel density, ultra settings, and high refresh (and adaptive sync when the game is demand and can't push 144hz consistently).
However, I couldn't pay £2500 for it, not when OLED exists as a technology.
To me, OLED (Specifically QD-OLED) is a bit like that jump from HDD to SSD.
Great move! I honestly wonder why monitor/panel producers don't provide more native choices like these. Much easier to run while looking considerably better than 1440p.I've actually done this with my 40" 4K screen in a 1:1 scale, reducing my image size to about 33". Running at 3200x1800 has been an excellent compromise on my GTX 1070, which can't quite handle 4K smoothly, but often gives me 40-50fps at 1800p. 3840x1600 is another nice option on this screen for games that support ultrawide.