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Predator CG437K P Delivers 4K, Up to 144Hz Gameplay in a 43-Inch Screen; Now Available in the USA

Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 2,483Acer Crew Acer Crew


Acer announced the 43-inch Predator CG437K P large format gaming display (LFGD) is now available in the United States. Featuring a trifecta of the best technologies, including a giant 4K screen, up to 144Hz overclocking and VESA-Certified DisplayHDR™ 1000 certification, it’s the ultimate monitor for hardcore PC and console gaming enthusiasts seeking bigger and brighter gameplay.

Editor’s Summary

  • New 43-inch 4K Predator monitor immerses gamers in big and bright gameplay
  • Supports buttery-smooth action scenes thanks to AdaptiveSync technology, G-Sync compatibility and up to a fast 144Hz refresh rate with overclocking(1)
  • VESA-Certified DisplayHDR™ 1000 certification ensures high contrast and color accuracy
  • Wide color gamut covers 90% of the DCI-P3 color space
  • Dual 10-watt speakers deepen gaming immersion with high-impact audio

Acer announced the 43-inch Predator CG437K P large format gaming display (LFGD) is now available in the United States. Featuring a trifecta of the best technologies, including a giant 4K screen, up to 144Hz overclocking and VESA-Certified DisplayHDR™ 1000 certification, it’s the ultimate monitor for hardcore PC and console gaming enthusiasts seeking bigger and brighter gameplay.

“The Predator CG437K P provides a larger playing field for enjoying the latest titles,” said Ronald Lau, Acer America director – stationary computing. “A blend of many of the most desired visual technologies available today, this new monitor delivers performance that will thrill even the most demanding PC and console gamers.”

The ultra-high definition (3840 x 2160) 4K VA panel delivers sharp images, while a 1ms response time and up to a 144Hz refresh rate (120Hz native) via overclocking helps gamers respond quickly to gain an advantage over opponents. Leveraging AdaptiveSync and NVIDIA® G-Sync® compatibility, it syncs to the frame rate of the system’s graphics card to eliminate stuttering, resulting in uninterrupted game play, so gamers can best focus on the task at hand. In addition, the CG437K also supports a variable refresh rate (VRR) via HDMI to provide smooth gaming on Xbox One consoles.


With a wide color gamut of 90% of the DCI-P3 color space, low Delta E<2 color accuracy and VESA-Certified DisplayHDR™ 1000 certification, colors are richer and blacks deeper, creating more vibrant images that pop with supreme contrast and color accuracy. The Predator CG437K P not only packs a giant display, but carries dual 10-watt speakers that deliver immersive and lifelike audio.

Futuristic, Flexible Design

The Predator CG437K P was designed with sleek angular details and refined panels for a futuristic, yet understated look and feel. It comes with four magnetic LED light strips offering 9 different modes with special lighting effects that can be attached to the back and programmed to gameplay, music or video. The solid metal stand is sleekly sculpted, yet strong and rigid to support the large panel, while the detachable base has concave areas for conveniently storing game controllers.


A bundled remote control and VESA mount compatibility affords the enjoyment of gameplay, movies and more from the comfort of the couch. Excellent connectivity includes a variety of ports, including Type-C, three HDMI, two DisplayPort 1.4, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0. With USB Type-C, gamers can view their favorite mobile games on this huge display with friends using joysticks and smartphones via Bluetooth.

Power-Saving Technologies

A light sensor detects the room’s light level and automatically adjusts brightness to optimize visual comfort. With its built-in proximity sensor, the Predator CG437K P is able to detect if someone is within range. It wakes up when a person is close and enters a power-saving mode when they leave the area. If no one is detected for an extended length of time, the display enters standby mode.


Pricing and Warranty

The Predator CG437K P gaming monitor is available in the United States for $1,499.99 MSRP.

Acer displays are backed by professional, high-quality technical support and a standard three-year parts and labor warranty.(2) 


© 2019 Acer America Corp. All rights reserved. Acer and the Acer logo are registered trademarks of Acer Inc. Other trademarks, registered trademarks, and/or service marks, indicated or otherwise, are the property of their respective owners. All offers subject to change without notice or obligation and may not be available through all sales channels. Prices listed are manufacturer suggested retail prices and may vary by location. Applicable sales tax extra.

1) Using two DisplayPorts
2) Limited warranty agreement applies.

Comments

  • Retrod3liskRetrod3lisk Posts: 4Member New User
    Well, this monitor is just awesome. I preordered mine, but I need to know some things:
    About the 2 displayports, the manual states:
    "DP1 + DP2: AMD Gfx card can support max Timing resolution (3840x2160-144Hz), Not Support (AdaptiveSync & HDR)".

    Question 1: How am I suppose to use the 2 displayports at the same time, unless I have 2 graphic cards? I actually do have 2 gpu - Does that mean that I just put on dp cable in on gpu and the other dp cable in the other gpu? The manual does not say what they expect to be "in the other end" of those 2 displayports.

    Question 2: As I wrote, I have have 2 gpu's (2x Nvidia RTX 2080ti). But the sentence from the manual only mentions AMD cards. It that because AMD cards have a limitation or is it because only AMD cards can use the 2 displayports at the same time?
  • Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 2,483Acer Crew Acer Crew
    Hi Retrod3lisk,

    What you see on page 10 of the User's Guide means the following:

    If you use 1 DP you can get up to 120Hz (G-Sync compatible, AdaptiveSync & HDR).
    If you use 2 DP (overclocked) you can get up to 144Hz (you do not need to have 2 graphics cards, most graphic cards bring 2 display ports).
    Graphic cards must be AMD to get the 144Hz and when at 144Hz overclocked AdaptiveSync & HDR will not work.

    So with your Nvidia RTX 2080ti, you will be able to get up to 120Hz only.

    Thanks,
    Acer-Manny
  • Retrod3liskRetrod3lisk Posts: 4Member New User
    Hey man. Thanks a lot for the answer. :)

    So does that mean that even if I connect the 2 displayports at the back of one of my RTX 2080ti to the monitor, it won't make a difference? I will in all circumstances only be able to run 120 hz? 

    Br,
    Retrod3lisk
  • iscariah666iscariah666 Posts: 1Member New User
    Hi Manny,

    If I connect this monitor to a RTX2080ti can it run Gsync AND HDR simultaneously @120Hz, or adaptative sync and HDR simultaneously @120Hz?

    BR,
    iscariah666
  • Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 2,483Acer Crew Acer Crew
    Hey man. Thanks a lot for the answer. :)

    So does that mean that even if I connect the 2 displayports at the back of one of my RTX 2080ti to the monitor, it won't make a difference? I will in all circumstances only be able to run 120 hz? 

    Br,
    Retrod3lisk
    That is correct Retrod3lisk
    Hi Manny,

    If I connect this monitor to a RTX2080ti can it run Gsync AND HDR simultaneously @120Hz, or adaptative sync and HDR simultaneously @120Hz?

    BR,
    iscariah666
    Here are the conditions: (you can refer to the user guide manual page 10)


    Thanks,

    Acer-Manny


  • Retrod3liskRetrod3lisk Posts: 4Member New User
    Hi Manny

    Thanks a lot for the answers. It does not makes sense to me though. With 2x 2080ti I have more than enough power for 4k at 144 hz. Of course it's a nice-to-have thing when it's only 24 hz difference at the price of HDR and sync. But why is 144 hz only supported on AMD cards?
  • Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 2,483Acer Crew Acer Crew
    Hi Manny

    Thanks a lot for the answers. It does not makes sense to me though. With 2x 2080ti I have more than enough power for 4k at 144 hz. Of course it's a nice-to-have thing when it's only 24 hz difference at the price of HDR and sync. But why is 144 hz only supported on AMD cards?
    You do have enough power Retrod3lisk, but as you mentioned in your question, 144Hz is only supported on AMD cards.

    Thanks,
    Acer-Manny
  • Retrod3liskRetrod3lisk Posts: 4Member New User
    Hi Manny

    Thanks a lot for the answers. It does not makes sense to me though. With 2x 2080ti I have more than enough power for 4k at 144 hz. Of course it's a nice-to-have thing when it's only 24 hz difference at the price of HDR and sync. But why is 144 hz only supported on AMD cards?
    You do have enough power Retrod3lisk, but as you mentioned in your question, 144Hz is only supported on AMD cards.

    Thanks,
    Acer-Manny
    Hi again

    Yeah, but why? :D Do you know if support for Nvidia on 144 hz is coming on this monitor any time in the future? 

    Br,
    Retrod3lisk
  • GabbanteGabbante Posts: 1Member New User
    Hello,

    I really can't find any information on this.  Wondering if the VA panel is RGB or BGR?

    Cheers,

    Gabbante
  • Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 2,483Acer Crew Acer Crew
    Hi Manny

    Thanks a lot for the answers. It does not makes sense to me though. With 2x 2080ti I have more than enough power for 4k at 144 hz. Of course it's a nice-to-have thing when it's only 24 hz difference at the price of HDR and sync. But why is 144 hz only supported on AMD cards?
    You do have enough power Retrod3lisk, but as you mentioned in your question, 144Hz is only supported on AMD cards.

    Thanks,
    Acer-Manny
    Hi again

    Yeah, but why? :D Do you know if support for Nvidia on 144 hz is coming on this monitor any time in the future? 

    Br,
    Retrod3lisk
    Unfortunately, we don't have any information that this is coming to our future releases for this model at this moment, but if anything changes you will see it advertised in our Acer website or social media channels (i recommend you to check periodically): FB Acer | FB Predator | TW Acer | TW Predator | Instagram | LinkedIn  | Acer.com

    Thanks,
    Acer-Manny
  • Acer-MannyAcer-Manny Posts: 2,483Acer Crew Acer Crew
    edited December 5
    Gabbante said:
    Hello,

    I really can't find any information on this.  Wondering if the VA panel is RGB or BGR?

    Cheers,

    Gabbante
    Is RGB Vertical Stripe Gabbante.

    Thank you for your interest and participation in the Acer Community Forums,

    Acer-Manny

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