Monitor Phlips 21:9 Curved 34"

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I-FOXY
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Monitor Phlips 21:9 Curved 34"

Post by I-FOXY » Thu Apr 16, 2020 7:48 pm

Dear all, let me ask if someone has test the monitor Philips 342B1C: it is a 34", 21:9, curved.

Just to know.

Thanks, all the best.

Kandiru
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Re: Monitor Phlips 21:9 Curved 34"

Post by Kandiru » Wed Apr 22, 2020 8:59 pm

I have a Dell 4k 34" curvie and so far I get jaggies along long lines, such as when I look to test ailerons before getting towed out.

Anyone who knows the native resolution or optimal graphics settings for this simulator, please chime in.

janjansen
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Re: Monitor Phlips 21:9 Curved 34"

Post by janjansen » Mon May 11, 2020 8:16 am

The highest resolution you can select in condor should be the native one. Probably 3440 x 1440. You may still see some subtle jagged lines, this is solved by enabling anti aliasing. In condor setup increase the MSAA supersampling. Note that this setting may be overridden by settings in your GPU drivers, but if you didnt change anything there, the condor setting most likely works.

I-FOXY
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Re: Monitor Phlips 21:9 Curved 34"

Post by I-FOXY » Fri May 15, 2020 2:11 pm

Thanks.

My concern was about monitor size/resolution that on Philips is 2560 x 1080 Pixels.

I use a PlaySeat F1 game seat, modified for glider, and my eyes are about 50 cm from the monitor.

Could be a smaller size like the LC-Power LC-M29-UW (2560 x 1080 Pixels) that has a better size/resolution ratio.

In my plan his is and "ad interim" solution before to move to a full VR new hardware system.

Thanks and all the best.

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