Alienware Is Releasing Its $4000 OLED 4K Gaming Monitor Next Month


The FPS Review
Staff member
May 6, 2019
There's a new OLED option on the way for enthusiasts who don't think LG's displays are good enough. Alienware is reportedly releasing its 55" 4K OLED monitor on September 30, which was teased back in January at CES.

The AW5520QF offers an impressive native contrast ratio of 130:000:1, 98.5% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut, a 120 Hz refresh rate and 0.5 ms response time (GTG), FreeSync support, and plenty of ports (DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 20). Unfortunately, it costs $3,999.99.

…it’s not uncommon for products showcased at CES to never hit the market. And some reports even claimed that the release of this monitor was unlikely. But the Alienware OLED monitor is definitely hitting stores in all its inky-black glory this fall. In fact, it'll be $1,500 than Dell originally estimated, the company told us.
DP 1.2 now.
I thought DP 1.4 was needed for 4k/120 though. DP2.0 just got approved earlier this year, so it may start showing up in the next decade or so.

Maybe I should just wait for HDMI 2.1 ports on a GPU so that it works with 2019+ LG OLED sets... New video card (pick any card really except Titan) + LG set will be less than this Dell, and I get a video card upgrade out of it.
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