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    #51
    Privoxy wrote:
    I just picked up a LG 34WK95U-W 34, running it a native resolution. So. Much. Space.
    Woh dude! How much did that run ya? Where'd you buy from?

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    #52
    Huema wrote:
    Woh dude! How much did that run ya? Where'd you buy from?
    PB, think it was $2600 or something.

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    Nice and clean.

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    #53
    Privoxy wrote:
    PB, think it was $2600 or something.

    Nice and clean.
    Wow dude yea great setup! That is a baller screen, wish I could drop the $$$ on one but a bit out of my price range.

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    #54
    nice set up man.
    details on keyboard?

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    #55
    Fancy. Is that the drop keyboard?


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    #57
    I heard that monitor doesn't play nicely with macs. Which macbook is that?

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    #58
    Your money is wasted on a non-gamer. Buy me things.

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    #59
    It used to have issues before some update maybe 4-5 months ago. When I first plugged it in I couldn't get native until I went into the monitor settings and changed the display port to 1.4 (even though it's connected via type c). But no issues here.

    Laptop is a fully specced 2018 13".

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    pyronical wrote:
    Your money is wasted on a non-gamer. Buy me things.
    I can afford these things because I write code rather than playing video games, which are for children

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    #60
    Mature response...cant help wondering who the child is :P

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    #61
    Privoxy wrote:
    which are for children
    Of which you have none right? There's the real reason for the disposable income.

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    #62
    No children, no wife, equals happy life!

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    #63
    dat 5k porn

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    #64
    Privoxy wrote:
    Nice and clean.
    Get a mouse mat you bloody savage.

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    #65
    The real question is why are you buying a monitor when you are getting ready to leave the country?

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    #66
    Privoxy wrote:
    It used to have issues before some update maybe 4-5 months ago. When I first plugged it in I couldn't get native until I went into the monitor settings and changed the display port to 1.4 (even though it's connected via type c). But no issues here.

    Laptop is a fully specced 2018 13".

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    I can afford these things because I write code rather than playing video games, which are for children
    haha I write code too..... just not as good as you it seems... $_$

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    #67
    HELL KNIGHT wrote:
    The real question is why are you buying a monitor when you are getting ready to leave the country?
    Company is paying to ship everything, and things like this monitor are cheaper in NZ at the moment.

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    #68
    Cheaper with our weak dollar and bottom of the world tax slapped on top, colour me surprised!

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    #69
    HELL KNIGHT wrote:
    The real question is why are you buying a monitor when you are getting ready to leave the country?
    Was my thought too.

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    #70
    Honestly, selling shit to move overseas is a massive pain. I'm moving offshore also and am taking a lot of my shit. Not to save money just because I cbf selling it. Way too many haggling plebs in the world. Even after you strike a deal they still try and haggle, I just show them the door. Can't be bothered dealing with plebeians.

    On top of that you get the cretins who make ridiculous offers. Like you advertise your desk for $500 and some shit offers you $100 for it.

    Just ship everything over. Only thing I am selling are the 220-240 electronics because they don't work in the us.

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    #71
    Pretty much my thoughts.

    Most of my stuff is way to expensive for most people who buy second-hand to afford as well.

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    #72
    Back in March work gave me the option of upgrading to a XS Max 512gb instead I asked for the 34WK95U-W and itís been bliss ever since so I grabbed one for home as well.

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    #73
    Got my Kogan today, nothing but positives tbh. Sure the build is a bit cheap and plasticy but that aside the picture quality is excellent, g-sync (compatible) works great, no dead pixels, no bleed. Pretty great for $600.
    The stand sits way too low, so either need to get a replacement vesa stand or prop it up.

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    #74
    Great to read that about the Kogan product pyronical - i am looking at purchasing a 24" 144hz monitor and saw the Kogan variant but was curious as to what the actual quality would be. Is there any way to find out if this is a similar decent panel?

    https://www.dicksmith.co.nz/dn/buy/k...r-1920-x-1080/


    Any feedback/thoughts on this would be awesome - really just looking for the best bang for buck 144hz monitor.

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    #75
    Well its a VA curved panel meaning its also a Samsung panel, so I'd wager it would be just fine.