|Screen Size||35 inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3440 x 1440 pixels|
Acer Predator Z35P bmiphz 35" Curved 1800R QHD (3440x1440) NVIDIA G-SYNC VA Monitor
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- 35" QHD Curved 1800R UltraWide Screen with 3440 x 1440 resolution
- Refresh Rate: 100Hz - Using Display Port
- Response Time: 4ms, Pixel Pitch: 0.34mm, 2 x 9W speakers
- Ultra Low Motion Blur only works at 100Hz, 120Hz and 144Hz
- Signal inputs: 1 x HDMI (V1.4), 1 x Display port (V1.2) & USB 3.0
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Curved Gaming at Full Throttle
Get the edge on your opponents with a massive 35” UltraWide curved display with a lightning-fast refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC. The Predator Z35P curved screen transforms your viewing experience drawing you deep into the action while NVIDIA G-SYNC technology eliminates screen tearing for an epic gaming experience. Combined with Acer TrueHarmony and a great design, this monitor is worthy of the most advanced gaming setups.
- 35” Curved 1800R QHD (3440 x 1440) UltraWide display
- NVIDIA G-SYNC technology
- Pixel Pitch: 0.34mm
- 178 degree viewing angles
- Panel Type: VA
- Up to 100Hz refresh rate
- Inputs: 1 x Display Port (v1.2) & 1 x HDMI (v1.4)
The intense 35” Curved Display with UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) resolution shows all the details and draws you deep into the action.
Wrap Around Gaming
A lower 'R' means a greater bend – giving you more of that eye-wrapping immersion that only a curved monitor can bring.
Smooth Gaming Action
NVIDIA G-SYNC creates a smooth gaming experience by syncing frames rendered by your GPU to the refresh rate of your monitor.
Predator GameView technology allows you to adjust dark boost levels, make precise color adjustments and set up aim points for hip-fire accuracy. Save custom settings in three profiles you can switch between at any time.
Ultra Fast Refresh Rate
The Predator Z35P comes clocked at 100Hz, giving you even smoother gameplay without motion blur.
Two built-in 9W Sound speakers and Acer TrueHarmony technology provide sound you never expected from a display.
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|Item Dimensions||14.25 x 39.85 x 26.81 in||10.49 x 33.35 x 23.11 in||37.1 x 12.6 x 20 in||17.7 x 32.7 x 13 in||12.5 x 32.9 x 22.2 in||33.5 x 8.11 x 19.6 in|
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Get the edge on your opponents with a massive 35" Ultra Wide curved display with a lightning-fast refresh rate and NVIDIA G-SYNC. The Predator Z35P curved screen transforms your viewing experience drawing you deep into the action while NVIDIA G-SYNC technology eliminates screen tearing for an epic gaming experience. Combined with Acer TrueHarmony and a great design, this monitor is worthy of the most advanced gaming setups.
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First some relevant system specs for comparison:
i7 4770k @4.2Ghz
16GB G.SKILL Sniper Series
Samsung 840 EVO
EVGA GTX980 FTW
My unit did not come with any dead pixels. I had almost forgot to check for light bleed in the corners, got all the way through fiddling with the monitor settings, getting G-Sync running and overclocked it to 100hz (with no issues at all, btw), gamed for a good hour, and did some web browsing before I remembered to check for it. While I did find it when I looked for it, this just goes to show you how unnoticeable it is (I realize, though, I may have just won the lottery on this one). It's like when your friend asks you how bad the mark on their face is, and you wouldn't have even noticed had they not pointed it out to you.
I'm coming from a 3x1 multiple monitor setup (3 monitors setup with Nvidia Surround for gaming, and a 4th utility monitor mounted above for miscellaneous use while gaming). The 3 Surround monitors were 26", with a Surround resolution of 5760x1080, it was a lot of real estate. This, width-wise, bumps me down to 3440. Do I miss the extra width? In a word, no. The 3440 with no bezels trumps 5760 with two ~1.5" bezels (from screen to screen between monitors) by FAR. Ideally I would have wanted the width of only two monitors, but one does not simply game with a bezel dead center. Ultrawide 21:9 is the PERFECT gaming width, developer support notwithstanding.
Graphically speaking, the 1440 on this vs the 1080 I came from is marginally noticeable while gaming, but noticeable nonetheless.
I still have the extra monitor mounted above this one, and moving a window that is nearly filling up the whole screen on the 1080 down to this monitor does well to highlight the extra room available. The 1920x180 feels just so constricting/claustrophobic now compared to the 3440x1440. I have attached 2 pictures to show the difference in size, the first picture is with a window expanded to just about the full 1920x1080 size and the second is that same window moved down to the 3440x1440 monitor.
The difference going from 60hz to 100hz (and I'm sure 95hz if yours won't go to 100) was at first disappointing. I was expecting to be blown away. I moved the mouse around... looked normal. I grabbed an open window and shook it around, nothing, still looked normal. Notice I said "at first" up there. I moved the window up to the old 1080 60hz and did the same thing, and I immediately grimaced and thought somehow my monitor had been tampered with or broken while I wasn't looking. What had looked so normal to me before was now unbearably choppy and painful to look at. I had almost completely dismissed the refresh rates when I was researching and shopping for a new monitor, I implore you not to make that mistake.
The curve is very subtle. I've never seen a curved display in person before, and was almost disappointed by it when I saw it. I was expecting it to be very prominent. After using the monitor for a bit, I almost forgot there was even a curve, but I think that is a good thing. It's just enough to not look too wide and too flat, while not being anything to have to get used to.
Regarding the graphics card needed to game on this, as you saw above I am running it with a GTX980. My game du jour is FFXIV. While I can run the game at Maximum settings, it will only get around 50-60 FPS at 3440x1440 (which is about what I was getting at 5760x1080, I could get 100-120 FPS at 1920x1080). At that framerate there is no point in having this monitor over one of the other ultrawides running at 60hz. I can tweak the settings to a comfortable happy medium of about 75-100 FPS. While the GTX980 is certainly passable with some tweaking, I would suggest if you are looking to get a new graphics card along with this monitor, do yourself a favor and do pickup a GTX980ti. For me, I upgraded from a GTX780 to the GTX980 last year and this monitor was this years upgrade, next year I will definitely be upgrading the graphics card again (especially with Pascal and HBM2 on the way, much excite!).
The underside lighting is a nice touch, casts a bit of light onto your keyboard. You do have the option to turn it off if you don't want to use it. They also give you different color options (red, green, blue, white, and MNT Status, which apparently distinguishes between G-Sync on and off), different lighting effects (fixed, breathing, flashing, and ripple), and different brightness levels. The ripple setting is cool but distracting, and I don't know why anyone would want to use the flashing setting.
The build quality feels solid and very nice, it feels like a premium product. The port placements in the back leave something to be desired, however. The DP and HDMI ports are set so that they are plugged straight-on into the back, but the cable organizer is off to the side (relative to the HDMI and DP ports) and close enough to the backside of the monitor that the cord has to bend back around, slightly uncomfortably, to go through it. It would have been much, much better had the HDMI and DP ports been set sideways so that the cords come out parallel to the panel. The 4 port USB, while a neat bonus to get, is really only useful for things you will leave plugged into it (wired mouse and keyboard mostly, and really only if you care to cut those two wires down to one), since they are virtually inaccessible in the back. As a side note, they are powered on their own without having to plug in the upstream USB cable, so you can plug in a phone charger, there's an option in the OSD to keep them powered even when the monitor is off, too.
Other things of note:
-Price, but you knew that already.
-The box is big, if you keep your boxes this will take up a lot of room. It is approx. 38"x15"x23"
-Comes with both an HDMI and a DisplayPort cable. The DP cable (required for >60hz) is only about 4 feet long, I highly suggest picking up a 6 foot DP cable (I bought this one: Cable Matters Gold Plated DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable 6 Feet - 4K Resolution Ready).
-The included USB 3.0 A to B cable is also about 4 feet long, if you intend to use it I suggest picking up a 6 foot one to replace it (such as this one: Cable Matters SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Type A to B Cable in Black 6 Feet)
-As of this writing, this is a fairly hard monitor to get ahold of. If you are serious about wanting to purchase this monitor, I suggest buying directly from Amazon even if it is on backorder (which it has been almost exclusively, they sell almost immediately when they are in stock). I do not recommend buying this from a third party seller because they have been and will likely continue to price gouge due to the limited availability. I had a hard time calling this a $1300 monitor, it is not a $1500 monitor.
tl;dr: I love this monitor
4 stars due to some minor flaws, but don't let that stop you from considering this panel. Simply put, it's excellent! The colors are on point, many options for contrast and brightness adjustment, and it has the most screen real estate I've ever worked with on a single monitor. Yes, I know I'm singing its praise, but let me explain...
1. G-Sync (silky smooth gaming)
2. IPS panel (Exceptional color coverage, 100% sRGB, 80% Adobe RGB)
3. Resolution, 3440 X 1440 (Tons of screen estate)
4. Speed (100Hz refresh rate + 4ms response time)
5. Stand adjustment options (height and tilt)
6. Heavy base (next to no wobble)
1. The settings menu and buttons are clunky and confusing to navigate. (An IR sensor and remote would have been a nice solution for this, or at least helped.)
2. Flickering (only a very small amount on the first day, after all updates and a few tweaks, haven't experienced any since.)
I'm running an overclocked skylake processor, pushing about 4.6 on 4 cores, along with a single overclocked 1080 hybrid Pushing around 2100. I've tested several games such as Doom, Battlefield 1, and Overwatch, and I've had no problem so far pushing 100hz. My 1080 had no problems with ultra settings, but my CPU temps increased slightly, nothing too bad, but it does take a good Nvidia system to get the most out of this monitor.
As for light bleed, out of the box cord lengths, and base depth:
I made it completely dark in the room and left the monitor on a black lit screen (default, out of the box video settings)... next to no light bleed, so compared to the other reviewers who talk about bad light bleed, I may have got lucky with mine. Keep in mind that this is a recently produced panel vs what Acer might have been pumping out a few years back when production started, so the quality control could be better at this stage of production. After that, I adjusted the panels video settings to my liking and saw even less light bleed.
For the cord lengths, I've always had my self-built tower on my desk next to my monitors for easy access, so the cords that came in the box (DP, USB upstream, and others) had plenty of length to reach my tower. My desk is about 6ft in length and from the slack that's left over, I know that if I had my tower sitting on the floor on either side, I'd still have enough length to comfortably reach my tower, just to give you an idea.
Sitting at approximately 12" deep, the base takes up a lot of space on most desktops, so it might be a good idea to prepare your desk for it, maybe a compatible stand, or by extending the depth of your desk in some way like I did.
I did a lot of research before purchasing this monitor, so I knew what I was getting myself into when I placed the order. If you're considering it, just know that it has a few quarks, but IMO, the pros far outweigh the cons, and I have to say it's the best monitor I've ever owned!
Thanks for reading!
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