|Standing screen display size||43 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
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Acer Predator CG437K Pbmiiippuzx 43" 4K UHD NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Monitor with VESA Certified DisplayHDR 1000, 144Hz, 1ms VRB, (2 x Display Port, 3 x HDMI Port & 1 USB Type-C Port),Black
|Display Size||43 Inches|
|Resolution||4K UHD 2160p|
|Hardware Interface||USB, HDMI, USB 3.0, USB 2.0|
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- 43" 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) widescreen NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible - tear free Gaming display
- Refresh Rate 120Hz (overclocking to 144Hz) - Using 2 Display Ports | response time 1ms (VRB)
- High brightness and contrast with VESA Certified displays 1000 | DCI-P3 90% wide Color gamut | No color difference with Delta e<1
- Light sensor | proximity sensor | 2 speakers 10 Watts per speaker
- Ports 2 x Display Port 1 4 3 x HDMI V2 0 Audio out 2 x USB 3 0 Ports & 2 x USB 2 0 Ports
- Includes display stand power Cord 2 x Display Port cables 1 x USB Type-C cable USB cable 4 x LED light strips and remote control
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Immerse Yourself in Awesome!
Leveraging state-of-the-art revolutionary technologies all housed in an iconic 43” screen, a 4K gaming experience is unleashed! And the results are remarkable, especially when you consider this CG7 monitor offers so much more! Get hyper with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms Visual Response Boost (VRB) on a VESA Certified DisplayHDR 1000 large format gaming display.
Realms of Color
Immerse yourself in the hyper-realistic colors of the game world. Smooth transitions, finer shades and uniform appearance are achieved with 90% DCI-P3.
Delta E <2
The display has been tested and calibrated to achieve a low Delta E average of <2 to reproduce true-to-life color accuracy.
By detecting the amount of ambient light in your environment, the CG7 can make automatic adjustments for the most comfortable viewing experience possible.
The CG7 can detect if there is anyone around and will enter power saving mode if needed. It will snap right back into action on your return but if left alone, it enters standby, much like a PC.
Plug in your phone or display, attach a dongle for your wireless gamepad of choice or tag in a high-end peripheral of choice.
10 Watt Speakers
No sound system? No problem. We’ve got you covered with two powerful 10-watt speakers!
Want to hang this enormous beauty on the wall? Well, you can.
Lean back and get comfy. No need to reach behind the display for those pesky buttons.
Take your senses to soaring heights as epic gaming engulfs you in a visual adventure that is second to none! Leveraging state-of-the-art revolutionary technologies all housed in an iconic 43” screen a 4K gaming experience is unleashed! And the results are remarkable especially when you consider this CG7 monitor offers so much more! Get hyper with a 144Hz refresh rate and 1ms Visual Response Boost (VRB) on a VESA Certified DisplayHDR 1000 large format gaming display Plus it’s G-SYNC compatible presenting the smoothest tear-free immersion in an ultimate image quality experience No stuttering flickering or artifacts Now it’s time to enjoy best-in-class gameplay with advancements that are sure to heighten your senses Includes Display Stand Power Cord 2 x Display Port Cables 1 x USB Type-C Cable USB Cable 4 x LED Light Strips and Remote Control (UM MC7AA P01)
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Anyway, first the pros:
* 4K @ 120hz at a size usable with 100% DPI scale
* G-Sync Compatible
* Very bright at maximum brightness. I run it at 35%.
* No dead or stuck pixels
* Excellent color range (subjective to my eyes)
Now the cons. Oh boy:
*** Pixel color is influenced by neighboring pixels above and below, sort of like a sharpening filter that cannot be turned off. It was improved significantly by setting Black Boost to level 7 (0-10 scale), but noticeable artifacts remain, particularly on edges between blue and white. I've attached a photo of this with several areas circled in red to draw your attention to the light blue lines that should not exist. My Asus XG438Q had a very similar problem, and I believe the panels used by the two monitors are close siblings from the same manufacturer, so this was kind of expected. On both monitors, the problem is less intense at the very bottom of the panel. To be fair, it is less bothersome on this Acer than it was on the Asus.
* Motion blur is pretty bad.
* Poor viewing angles.
* At 144hz, many frames are dropped, making that a worthless mode. Verified with testufo frame skipping test and black frame insertion test.
* At 144hz, variable refresh rate and HDR are unavailable.
* About a half centimeter around the edges of the screen is slightly shaded (darker). It isn't terrible. I've seen much worse.
* BGR subpixel layout (historically, most LCD monitors use RGB). Search for how to use BGR subpixel antialiasing in your operating system.
* Bad sound quality from built-in speakers.
* Wakes from sleep very slowly.
* Very bulky packaging. They could learn from TV manufacturers.
The physical build seems great. It's heavy and solid, cooling seems adequate, and I liked the idea of the included RGB light strips. I was a bit surprised that it didn't come with an owner's manual just a quick start guide. There's honestly barely any information available on it even on Acer's website. I had to do a lot of research to figure out how to set everything up with G-Sync, etc. I also couldn't figure out how to adhere the RGB light strips (there's no adhesive, but they appear to be magnetic). No Matter what I tried, they would not stick to the monitor.
Oh, and for $1500 MSRP, you can't include batteries for the remote? Seriously?
When I got everything set up, I was surprised at the amount of ghosting and even frame tearing that I got. I tried several different test applications and it was not good at all. Same deal with older games and on lower resolution settings (which shouldn't pose any problem at all for the RTX 2080 Ti). Some static screens had terrible flickering, too.
The viewing angles are awful. The top part of the screen is somehow worse, looks "foggy" almost. As other reviewers have mentioned, viewing text is pretty bad. I was wary of another monitor in this size range because it had a BGR panel, so I opted for this one instead -- Acer doesn't explicitly state that this is RGB or BGR, but it seems this is BGR.
I felt like ultimately for the price, this monitor was not at all impressive. I opted to return this and get another smaller (32") monitor with better reviews that cost 1/4 as much. I'm very glad that I did.
However, I could never get text clarity, no matter the adjustments. The colors are very washed out, a person really needs to fine-tune those user picture settings. This monitor had too many issues with Dual DP on my 2080Ti to make the 144Hz a reality. It refused to wake from sleep, and worst of all, actually froze my PC. I can't remember the last time I did a hard reset, and while I save often, even once is too many times for professional work. Though once I switched to one cable, flawless operation, so that can probably be changed via software/firmware updates.
For an even trade, I'd perhaps keep the Predator CG. However, not for spending $1600. I'm typing this now on my 32" and am just as happy in an executive-desk home office scenario.