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ASUS details their ProART PA32UCX 4K 1,000+-zone FALD Backlight Monitor

A professional-grade Mini LED HDR display

ASUS Reveals ProART PA32UCX 4K Monitor with 1,000 zone FALD Backlight

ASUS details their ProART PA32UCX 4K 1,000+-zone FALD Backlight Monitor

HDR support remains a rarity in the world of PC displays, with OLED screens being practically non-existant outside of professional quality screens while Full-Array Local-Dimming (FALD) screens remain rare, especially for models with a large number of individual lighting zones.  

ASUS has finally revealed more information about their upcoming ProART PA32UCX 4K HDR monitor, which was revealed at CES with 1,000 individual lighting zones. This screen uses Mini LED technology to offer this many lighting zones in the screen's backlight, delivering peak brightness levels of 1,200 nits and an extremely wide contrast ratio. 

The ProART PA32UCX will offer users a total of 1,152 local dimming zones, support for 10-bit colour with a Quantum Dot screen, support Dolby Vision, HDR-10 and HLG HDR formats and offer a  delta-E (?E) colour performance value of <1, delivering seemingly unparalleled levels of colour uniformity. 

On the colour side, the ProART offers 89% coverage of the Rec.2020 colour space, 99.5% of the Adobe RGB space, 99% of the DCI-P3 colour space and 100% of the sRGB colour space, delivering extremely high levels of colour fidelity. When it comes ti display inputs, the PA32UCX will offer two Thunderbolt ports, three USB Type-C ports, a single DisplayPort 1.2 port and three HDMI 2.0b connections. Three USB 3.0 ports and a headphone jack will also be included, alongside twin 3W speakers. 

The ASUS ProART PA32UCX will offer users a 60Hz refresh rate, a 5ms grey-to-grey response time and support for VESA adaptive-sync. This is unsurprising, given this screen's status as a pre-level monitor. This screen isn't designed with gaming in mind. 
 

ASUS Reveals ProART PA32UCX 4K Monitor with 1,000 zone FALD Backlight

ASUS has not revealed the pricing or release date of their new ProART PC32UCX 4K HDR monitor, though it is expected to release in the second half of 2019. 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' ProART PA32UCX 4K monitor and its 1,152-zone FALD backlight on the OC3D Forums.  

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18-07-2019, 10:32:34

NeverBackDown
FALD isn't going to look nice with games so no point in even getting one. Unless you like built in blurryness, but you could just get a RTX card for way less an enable DLSS to get the same effect Quote
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