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A few weeks ago my system accuired a View Sonic 24" monitor that is connected via a GTX 960 GPU. HDMI 2.0 is used and the image is displayed in 4K at 60P. The biggest change other than resolution is the wide angle the monitor display can be viewed at. It uses a PLS display, with my previous monitor it was always a guess as to what the colors really looked like, even viewing dead on center.

The colors are fantastic and the brightness had to be turned down for easy viewing.

The negative side are the control buttons location and they are not labelled either. Got it on sale at A below $400.00.

I recommend this monitor even for just HD viewing!

I also tried a Panlong HDMI 2.0 splitter to simultaneously watch the PC on a 4K TV via HDMI 2.0. This looked ok until I realized that the PC monitor would revert to 30 FPS when the TV was not turned on. Had to return the splitter and I am now using an inexpensive mechanical HDMI switch that works great at 4K 60 FPS on either display.

Also PD13 scales ver well at 4K, it actually looks better than HD only

Off subject, tried installing win 10, no joy. Hangs at app 76%. Tried 6 times with various items disconnected, gets to as high as 80% then hangs and eventualy reboots.. Bummer

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Win10,64bit.CPU i7 6700,16GB ,C= 480 GB SSD ,GPU GTX1060 6GB 1 fan. Plus 3 int, 4 ext HDD's for video etc.LG WH16NS40 reads UHD.
4K 24" ViewSonic monitor.Camera Sony FDR-A
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