Dell 3007WFP 30" TFT Monitor


<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 11/02/2006
Author: Matt Krei (Fragtek)
Hardware Acquired: Dell

Final Thoughts

At a price tag of roughly $2100 this monitor definately isn't for anyone.  If you're looking for the best in class widescreen gaming / productivity monitor look no further as this set simply can't be beat.  Movie goes should steer clear and opt for a smaller set with more video input options.

The biggest question that most people have is "Is it worth it?"  Well that can only be answered by you.  In my eyes it's about the best $2000+ I've spent in quite some time.  I don't know what I'd do without this monitor, I'm not sure if I could ever comfortably go back to a smaller display.  Once you've felt the power of gaming in a dark room with a monitor this big you feel like you're in the game itself, you too will never want to go back to anything smaller.

I give this monitor a 4 star rating.  The one star deduction comes from it's hefty price tag and lack of video inputs on such an expensive display.  Other than that, this baby is a well rounded beast!

Hope you enjoyed the review, thanks for visiting Overclock3D!
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Most Recent Comments

27-09-2006, 15:07:42

I read the review of the 30" Dell here on this site with great interest, because I am seriously considering buying one of these behemoths for Photoshop, spreadsheets, and video editing. What interested me was the remark about how even the backlighting is, and how much better the 30" monitor is than the 24" Dell.

Now this is in stark contrast to the condemnation on the site of the uneveness of the backlighting (on two examples) and how this aspect compares unfavourably with the Dell 24" 2405FPW monitor.

Now I am in a quandary. The conclusions of the two reviews cancel eachother out, and there is no concensus.

I understand the review samples were based on LG flat panels, but the Samsung panel, also used by Dell, is the better option. Perhaps the review sample here was a Samsung panel.

I wonder if anybody has tried a Dell 30" TFT monitor and can enlighten me with their experience.

Peter KingQuote

27-09-2006, 15:13:01

i believe FragTek can help you on this, and also twisted5, who bought the same monitor from frag.

If neither of them see this thread soon, bump it up and ill PM them

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27-09-2006, 15:31:47

Hey mate

I believe Frag and twisted will know as Dave said.

I'm pretty sure our version was the samsung panel thoughQuote

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