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Wanting to upgrade my monitor for 3d stuff, should i go 1440p or 4k?
Max and Maya feel a bit cramped on 1080 when i'm working on tons of stuff at once.
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I would get more monitors not a replacement, and I wouldn't make the jump to 4k in the interest in screen space but that's just me
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>>565970
You can get a 40" 4K monitor, there are a whole bunch available now, there's one from Philips and the Wasabi Mango.

at this size the scaling is the same as a regular 1440p display, so you can still see stuff normally, just expanded over a massive area.

Otherwise I'd suggest either a 34" 3840x1440p ultrawide or two 1440p displays side by side.
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>>566602
Glorious 4K flanked by a pair of 1200p masterrace
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>>566640
looks not comfy
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>>566640
Is that piece a meme? It's the only project I ever see from you in the past year or so.
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>>566640
Wipe that table with a cloth or something. That's more dust than glass.
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>>566640
All that hardware to make some fucking house out of a 90s game.
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>>566640
looks like shit. You are also a complete poorfag. I had that desk when I was in college. Your subwoofer is laughable, and my god, look at that unpatched wall, crooked frames, cheap printer, and horrible cable mess. Do you actually believe you're not shit?




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