I'm not dead
Yeah, I'm busy but wouldn't change anything. Really loving life at the moment.
Yeah it's honestly a breath of fresh air. The only complaint I have about the game is the ADS - while aimed down the sight I haven't found a good sight yet that will allow me to track enemies effectively. Since this is a very fast-paced game you have to be able to track and follow your targets but with "busy" sights and a low field of vision through those sights it's really hard to do so.Titanfall is pretty awesome. Thank god.
Yeah, feels bigger than the jump from 1080p to 2560x1600. Takes some getting used to! 32" is a good size for 4K though - I haven't felt the need to increase the DPI settings in Windows, only had to bump up the zoom level in Chrome for websites that use really small fonts.Holy hell that resolution....
What are your opinions though on the game? I'll probably pick it up when it comes out on the PC - never actually played the first one however (just never had the time or interest)I've played dark souls 2 for about an hour total and still can't beat that first cyclops in the first area. I'm down to half a life bar and 2 health refills.
I don't even know what he drops.
Then it's probably unlikely that you'll like this one. I hope they don't fuck it up with 1024x768 and 30fps on PC again.What are your opinions though on the game? I'll probably pick it up when it comes out on the PC - never actually played the first one however (just never had the time or interest)
Unfortunate indeed, especially coming from Dell which I wouldn't have expected this issue from. Still ridiculous that they would replace your new monitor with a refurb, especially at that price point. Although I personally will only buy Dell refurbs from now on since having bought 2 (aside from my U2410) and they're still running strong (huge cost savings too through dfs direct)I ended up returning the UP3214q, turns out the firmware these units (UP2414Q included) are shipping with are bugged. The monitor will lose connection with the video card randomly on sleep, and sometimes boot up with half the screen blank. It was originally thought this was a driver issue but turns out it is a problem with the monitor firmware itself.
A rep on the Dell forums says they will not be releasing a user installable firmware either, you'll have to exchange your monitor with a refurb from Dell to get one with the fixed firmware.
Needless to say, I'm not going to exchange my brand new monitor that has no other defects for a refurb, so it went back. I guess I'll hold off going 4K until the second wave of displays come.