Dell UP3218K First Impressions
I've been a big fan of Dell monitors over the years, using their original FP2405W back in my professional gaming days. It was a glorious display that could be overclocked to 100Hz before 120/144/165Hz monitors were a thing. It was a great display, and it was the start of Dell entering the gaming market (without entering it at the same time).
Dell's latest beyond enthusiast display is the amazing UP3218K, their new 32-inch 8K monitor that has 1.07 billion colors and a native resolution of 7680x4320 @ 60Hz. It's f***ing balls to the wall amazing. It rocks an IPS panel with its 16:9 aspect ratio and 6ms (gray-to-gray) response time not being too bad for gaming either. I slipped in some Quake Champions, DOOM, and even PUBG in 8K... and in short, it was glorious.
Dell has thrown everything into the UP3218K, including the kitchen sink - heck, you could render a kitchen sink in better quality than your eyes will see a real one. Other than the native 7680 x 4320 resolution and 60Hz refresh rate, the detailed tech specs are impressive:
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [8K: More Than Just A Number]
- Page 3 [TITAN Xp: HOLY BALLS FAST]
- Page 4 [Dell UP3218K: Best Display Ever?!]
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