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Acer Nitro XZ342CK Pbmiiphx 34" 1500R Curved WQHD (3440 x 1440) VA Gaming Monitor with AMD Radeon Freesync, VESA Certified DisplayHDR400, 95% sRGB, 144Hz, 1ms VRB (Display Port & 2 x HDMI 2.0 Ports)

Price:PKR. 169,200.00 /

Asin: B08BW3XS12
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Product dimentsions: 0 x 10.6 x 19 inches
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About this item This fits your . Make sure this fits by entering your model number. P.when("ReplacementPartsBulletLoader").execute(function(module){ module.initializeDPX(); }) 34" WQHD UltraWide (3440 x 1440) VA Display with AMD Radeon FreeSync Technology 1500R Curved Display; Brightness: 400 cd m2; VESA Certified Display HDR400 144Hz refresh rate; Response time: 1ms (VRB).Colour Supported:16.7 Million Zero Frame Design; 2 speakers, 3 watts per speaker Ports: 1 x Display Port and 2 x HDMI 2.0 (HDMI Cable and Display Port Cable Included)

Standing screen display size
‎34 Inches
Max Screen Resolution
‎3440 x 1440
Item model number
‎XZ342CK Pbmiiphx
Item Weight
‎23.5 pounds
Product Dimensions
‎31.81 x 10.6 x 19 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH
‎31.81 x 10.6 x 19 inches
‎100240 Volts
Country of Origin
Date First Available
‎August 16, 2020
Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2020

Review:Update at the bottom So I recently was in the market for a new monitor, originally was going to go with a regular 16:9 1440p monitor. I then really liked the idea of having an ultra-wide so a did a bunch of exploring, reading/watching reviews, etc. Then I came across this one which was recently released. I thought it was very fishy that this Acer model popped up out of nowhere, with no reviews outside of the 8 (currently) here, no reviews on YouTube or any other site, and even specs are hard to come across for this thing. I figured at the price, it was worth a shot. Let me just say that having gone through 2 different screens (Dell 32" curved and an AOC ultrawide) that I ended up returning, this one REALLY surprised me. Don't judge it by it's factory settings because I was almost set to return this as well. Really experiment with the picture settings, I'll include my settings at the bottom. You'll find a sweet spot where you'll just be in awe. The colors really pop, the contrast is very solid compared to the TN monitor I'm upgrading from, the refresh-rate is excellent, and it's pretty bright (more than the other two monitors I went through). Now the monitor isn't listed as G-Sync Compatible, and I'm not exactly too keen on "sync" technology, but I think it actually is, just not officially labelled as such from Nvidia (at the time of this writing). I say this because when I turn on Free-Sync, G-Sync can be enabled through the Nvidia Control Panel. Now I know this means nothing so I went on to do the pendulum test. With V-sync off, it's a frame-tearing nightmare. With V-sync on, it was pretty smooth, but there was definitely a noticeable jitter/stuttering. With G-sync on, it ran butter smooth (at 50+ fps, and still pretty good below that rate as well with no stuttering or tearing). Correct me if I'm wrong but I'm assuming that means this model works with G-sync. So overall, I'm very happy with this monitor and I'm glad I decided to try it. I haven't seen what the more expensive LG, ASUS, Samsung, etc models look like or offer in comparison, but compared to the other 2 monitors I went through prior to this one, this monitor is better than those in my opinion based on what I saw. So these are where I have my settings. Of course I'm not a pro at this stuff by any means, this is just my personal preference on what I felt looked best. Last couple of notes about settings. There is an HDR mode but I'm not crazy about it, especially since you can't use it alongside with Freesync. Speaking of Freesync, I enable it for games, and disable it for anything else. Reason for that is I noticed screen flickering when using other apps or watching videos with it left on. So don't forget to disable it when you're not gaming if you use it. Monitor Settings: Brightness: 90 Contrast: 76 Black Boost: 4 (this one varies, I use 0-4 depending on what I'm watching/playing) Gamma 2.4 Color: Normal Nvidia Control Panel Settings (under Display --> Adjust Desktop Color Settings) Enable Use NVIDIA Settings Brightness: 60% Contrast 75% Gamma: .95 Digital Vibrance: 75% UPDATE: I ended up returning this monitor. As someone who games a lot, I found a lot of issues with it over time. Now before I explain, I want to point out that this is still a very solid monitor. You'd be hard-pressed to find a better ultrawide monitor at this price. My issues had more to do with it being a VA monitor. The major drawbacks included response time and noticeable ghosting/black smearing/blur. These issues made gaming more difficult and honestly made me dizzy at times. With the slightly delayed response time added in with the blur/smearing effect with fast movement, it was a bit disorienting at times. Also tested the blur by dragging text around the screen and also scrolling up and down a text file, and found text to be much more readable while moving on my old TN than this VA. So those were my big gripes that caused me to return it. Again, this is probably a VA monitor thing, so I probably would've had these complaints no matter which VA monitor I picked up. Basically it comes down to preference between VA and IPS monitors. With VA's such as this one, you're going to get awesome contrast levels, but at the cost of ghosting/black smearing and decreased response time. With IPS, you get worse contrast levels, but better response time and less/no ghosting. I'm personally going with an IPS, but if you don't need near perfect response times, aren't going to be doing anything where ghosting will cause you many problems, and want fantastic contrast levels, then definitely grab this monitor. Read more

Rating:4.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020

Review:I was using a 144hz 24" 1440p monitor and ALSO a 4k TV to play lots of games lately. Flight sim being the biggest @4k. 4k Flight sim on 50 inch TV is insane! But my 2070Super was not giving me the frames I want. In addition the Low response rate of TVs make it so faster games, Like Horizon Zero Dawn, just don't feel right compared to a 144hz 1ms panel. Well, I said to myself, I'll buy a 3080 and everything will be great. But then I, of course, couldn't get one. So I decided to split the difference in price and quality and go with an Ultrawide monitor. I agree with most of the reviews here on picture quality, stand quality, response rate etc. HDR is goofy as heck on Windows to begin with. I will say this. It does give you some extra brightness in clouds etc and fills out some effects like fire and smoke. I don't think its worthless. Its more of a realism thing then a "OMG LOOK AT THE PERTY COLORS" thing especially on this monitor. HDR400 apparently is baloney but its better then nothing I guess. I ran an VESA HDR Test ( you can find it in the windows store) for free and it made it seem like this gets close to 500 nits. Of course I'm no expert so someone who is should do it and report back. Alright now the bad news. The 1st one I got was really nice but had a weird "Hair" or mark under the screen dead center! It also had a tiny black pixel way off to the right. The pixel I could deal with as at 3440x1440p pixels are tiny but not 4k tiny. But man this sucker showed up right down the middle. Mocking me every time I opened google. But hey Amazon is awesome and cross shipped me another monitor. The new one, dare I say, seems better quality wise, light bleed wise (the old one had slight bleed), and ghost wise (slight ghosting I THINK I didnt run UFO). Anyways I'll update my review if something wacky goes on. Seems like a nice monitor. My only other real gripe is that going from 4k to 3440x1440p on my flight sim introduces a bit of Aliasing that I didn't expect. Probably more of a software issue but still sitting on the couch playing at 4k is pretty much aliasing free compared to sitting 2 feet from a monitor. Overall good stuff. If yall get a good color profile feel free to post it! EDIT: Found a tiny dead pixel on the new monitor as well near the bottom. No biggie but just a heads up. Also I don't know if its me being paranoid but I feel like some windows cause a strange "line" to flash on the screen. Don't know if its a symptom of ultrawide. Just food for though. Not sure the quality of the panel but time will tell. EDIT #2: I find that the ghosting isn't great on this panel. Apparently I had a TN panel before this so thats probably the shock. Colors sure are better and Ultrawide is great! Looks like they dropped the price 60 bucks! bah! Should've waited a few days I guess. Read more

Kindle Customer
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2020

Review:This was an upgrade from my existing AOC 24inch 1080p 144hz va panel so I had my expectations high and this delivered. The monitor works fine at 144hz out of the box I personally have it to 165hz in the nvidia control panel. There is no ghosting which some cheaper VA panels are known for. There is literally no backlight bleed which is unfortunately something my aoc monitor was riddled with. The speakers are actually not useless and can be heard at comfortable levels which allowed me to ditch my desk speakers for a sleeker look. 3440x1440 definaltey looks 3 times as good as conventional 1080p. My pc is mediocre with an rtx 2070, i9 9900k, and 32gbs of ddr4 3600mhz ram but for the main games I play like left 4 dead 1+2, dead island+riptide OG not definitive, dying light, DayZ, gtav, Minecraft, payday 2 and black ops 2+1+ waw zombies It does just fine. Read more

Pareshkumar D Mahyavanshi
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2020

Review:I had select because it is Acer. I was looking to use the display for office work and personal stuff like gaming, photo editing. The Acer nitro XZ342CK is a VA type of panel display. I played games like FarCry 4, Mortal Combat, and so on. However, if you want to play a multiplayer game, the viewing angle is most challenging because of the VA type of panel display. Even sometimes hard to set a single person angle, I need the flexibility to operate the display instead of sitting at one angle. This reason forces me to return this item, after all, spending money for my own comfort. Read more

Amazon Customer

Date:Reviewed in Canada on March 5, 2021

Review:Pros: -Incredible pixel density. Feels larger and with more screen space than my 49" doublewide ever had -Great pixel response time. Perfect for high-intensity gaming at 144Hz -Overdrive has minimal ghosting -Color quality is better than any monitor I've ever had. I don't think it's OLED levels, but it's really slick. -Automatic brightness. Sounds like it wouldn't be great, but it seems to only take effect when the screen is completely black. Perfect for when you leave the screen on at night, as it almost doesn't even look like it's on. -A bit heavy, but light enough to put on a VESA stand of higher strength. I have mine mounted on one of the metal pole mounts that are used for vertical stacking. You have to tighten it a bit more, but it doesn't move! -Thumb-tilty-joystick-thing underneath for menu control. This needs to be standard on all monitors, like seriously. -It's big and wide, but not overwhelming. If you've never used 1440p before, it doesn't sound like much of a difference, but BOY ARE YOU WRONG. I can't go back. I'll probably cry if I have to stop using it. -3440x1440 144Hz is fun to say (yes this is a valid point shut up) Cons: - Noticeably above the average weight for monitors. - Screen brightness sometimes lowers during scenes with low lighting (it thinks the screen is off). Open a menu to remedy. - Addicting. Unless your video card isn't strong enough to game on a monitor with a pixel density and refresh rate as high as this, you won't want to go back to normal monitors, which means you'll have to spend more in the future. - High price tag compared to other monitors. This is the best monitor I've ever had, and I've had a LOT of monitors. A lot of weird ones too. I even used that sick hot wheels monitor, no cap. This beast of a screen really holds up. If you like high-performance gaming, you won't really find a better monitor unless you're willing to go into the >250Hz bracket. I spent months looking for a good 1440p 144Hz ultrawide, and I finally found it. Even spent a couple months with it to make sure it's good enough, and uh... Yeah, it definitely is. If you're on the hunt like I was, well here you go. You found it. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 27, 2021

Review:This is probably the best value for 34" 1440p 144Hz monitor you can buy as of April 2021. Here I listed few alternatives in the same range that I considered and the reasons I decided to went for the Acer XZ342CK. Just to be clear I never seen these other models in person, all of these relies on other people's reviews, specs, and some inference within reason. Gigabyte G34WQC: the closest competitor to the acer model. I didn't like the backlight bleeding and smearing seen in the rtings comparison for Acer XV340CK and Gigabyte G34WQC. Notice this is not a direct comparison, XZ342CK is an improved version of XV340CK. AOC CU34G2X: smearing, G-sync flickering issue, no joystick mentioned in letsmodpcs's reddit post. Lenovo G34W-10: the DisplayPort cable that came with it seems to give people issues with flickering and black screens when G-Sync is on according to kirA9001's reddit post. Also many user mentioned the software is annoying, screen menu is a pain to navigate. Samsung 34" Odyssey G5: dimmer panel, this one actually have (marginally) better refresh rate at 165Hz, but cost $100 more. MSI MAG341CQ: slower refresh rate at 100Hz, no VESA mount built in MSI MAG342CQR: slightly dimmer panel, no joystick, oddly circle shaped VESA mount, some review mentioned flickering and ghosting issue with Adaptive Sync In summary, the Acer model shows the least amount of problems, after getting the monitor on hand, surely it didn't disappoint. I'm very happy with my decision. If you made it this far please upvote so other people that are looking for ultrawide gaming monitor don't waste time wondering like you and I. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on January 30, 2021

Review:Overall an amazing ultrawide gaming monitor. I have a LG IPS ultrawide for 4 years and stepping up from a 60hz panel this makes A LOT of difference. Even though VA panel cannot match the color of an IPS, its not too far off after playing around with the settings. The color is a bit washed off out of the box, just by turning down black boost improved a lot. Monitor also came in without any stuck or dead pixels. The monitor stand is solid, but cable management is lack luster, there's only a small hook at the bottom of the stand to keep the cables intact. Took me a while to finally hid the cables from sticking out. Even though this is not officially listed as G-sync compatible, I still turn it on and screen tearing is gone. If anyone is looking for an ultrawide gaming monitor without breaking the bank, I highly recommend this. Edit: I see a small 1 to 2mm small horizontal grey line (like a scratch) on the screen and its kinda annoying, its not really noticible on everyday use, but i can see it when a white background is on screen. Changed it to a 4 stars. Read more

Andrew O'Hara

Date:Reviewed in Canada on May 16, 2021

Review:Decent high-end gaming monitor for the price, but negligent quality control, ghosting, and bad UX hold it back from being good. I bought two of these; both had dead very obvious clusters of dead pixel on arrival. I could forgive a monitor with dead pixels slipping through QC every now and then; but two in a row just speaks to their complete disregard for quality. I'm also not a fan of the multi-button control scheme; I would much rather a more intuitive multi-directional knob. Then there's the ordeal of input switching. It's basic UX to know that a common action like switching inputs should require just one button press; but instead you have to navigate their OSD with multiple different button presses to get it done. While playing games I also noticed a halo around some of the models during fast motion; running the UFO ghosting test, I confirmed that the monitor has horrendous ghosting for fast movement. I'll be returning this and buying from a brand that actually delivers good products. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on March 10, 2021

Review:For the price this is quite amazing, no it's not IPS or 4k but it is great at what it does. Keep in mind that running a game in ultrawide (when they support it) at 2k resolution will be extremely hard for your pc. I have a very competent pc and most games I play do not go higher than 90FPS (the same game runs at 160 at 1080p non-ultrawide), so you will rarely use the full 144hz refresh rate. It can also be annoying to play a game with black bars on the sides (or your desktop) when they don't support the aspect ratio. It is quite fun to use for work though, making music, editing videos and other multitasking is really fun and easy on such a big screen. If you want it only for gaming I would recommend a two-screen setup instead, but if like me you lack space and have an amazing pc then this screen will serve you well. BTW, I did not have any dead pixels and the whole build quality is actually very nice. Read more

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