Looking for a 3/4K Monitor

Alright. My second 4GB GTX 760 came in and is now sitting in SLI in my computer. I'm looking now at a 20" ish 3 or 4K monitor that will only be used at full resolution for editing, gaming will be done at a lower resolution.

Price range isn't too much, but if pricing products, make sure it's through a Canadian retailer.

Another thing too, would it be valid to instead use one card for display/editing, and direct the other to slaving for rendering?

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  1. For graphics work, you will probably want an IPS or PLS panel.

    However, they do not make resolutions that dense (there are some semi-dense resolution monitors, but they are not very common).

    The best options will be:
    An IPS

    24" 1920x1080 (16:9)
    24" 1920x1200 (16:10 ratio is even better for that extra vertical space)

    27" 2560x1440 (16:9)
    30" 2560x1600 (16:10 again, better ratio for more vertical space)

    What is your budget?
  2. Would like to keep it around ~$1000

    My other thought would be to hook up 4 monitors in a 2x2 monitor stand? I have a VESA mount on my wall as it is?

    Hmm, didn't think about IPS. My only reason for 4K is because I'm working with files coming from a 4K camera (Red Scarlet) and although many of my shots are zoomed in/framed and lose their 4k-ness, I'd really like to be able to see every pixel when editing some wide angel shots
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    Here are a few 30" IPS models using the 16:10 ratio.
    Resolution is: 2560x1600

    And, apparently, I was wrong, if you want the smaller size monitor with something similar to the 4k resolution, there is this:
    24" IPS panel with 16:9 ratio at: 3840x2160
  4. Not bad at all... I'll look into it a bit more! Thanks!
  5. Welcome

    BTW, here's the link for the 30" models in case you wanted to look:
    Of course you don't have to buy a monitor from newegg, but I like how they make it easy to find parts by features.
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