So, as all the 34" ultrawides with decent port connectivity are in the AUD@1000-1300 range over here and there are various limitations with UW at the moment (particularly) in regards to gaming support, why would I not grab something like this instead for $1100 if I am up for splurging on an upgrade, desktop space permitting:
Four 60Hz capable inputs (2 x DP, 2 x HDMI 2), still has USB3 hub (but only single upstream), the size gives a nice PPI to help minimise the use of OS scaling and issues with apps that don't support it well. Add in people pushing custom resolutions to these displays and I can achieve 21:9 UHD if desired, with the same effective screen size for less money and the advantage of true 4k for better desktop productivity.
And it is reasonably well reviewed to boot.
Now, my GTX970 won't drive it particularly well in games, so if scaling looks balls then a 1070/1080 upgrade might need to be on the cards, but I expected that for 21:9 UHD as well. But this should be a better upgrade for general desktop productivity, should it not? Running 3 x 1920x1080's in LLP currently and this would certainly allow me to ditch a couple of them, if not replace them all.
Anyone using one of these, or a display this large for a PC monitor? Anyone else got some thoughts on UW vs 4K?