Massdrop Vast 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor
Massdrop Vast 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor
bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
2.7k Sold
Free shipping to USA
Product Description
Here at Massdrop, we love to game—and we know that many of our members do, too. We also know that gamers can be tough to please, so our first venture into gaming panels had to be top notch ... Read More

search
Sevenmoons
0
Jun 13, 2019
bookmark_border
Can anyone send their setting for the color settings and picture settings I can't seem to get the picture right, thank you in advanced
Jun 13, 2019
BaronRedcap
1
Jun 10, 2019
bookmark_border
Can someone tell me the precise dimensions of the screen without including the stand? Trying to see if it'd look weird if I set it next to a 32" monitor with measurements of 28"x17.5"
Jun 10, 2019
Sevenmoons
0
Jun 13, 2019
bookmark_border
33in wide by 14 3/4" tall That's including the outer edge
Jun 13, 2019
EnglishNick
0
Jun 6, 2019
bookmark_border
No Uk shipping?
Jun 6, 2019
Hoodini
0
Jun 3, 2019
bookmark_border
can i use it for my ps4 for a tv screen i don’t need a pc right?
Jun 3, 2019
codayy
1
Jun 5, 2019
bookmark_border
You would connect your ps4 via hdmi cable, just like any other monitor.
Jun 5, 2019
polarbear9977
18
Jun 1, 2019
bookmark_border
Comment hidden
help
dman0421
0
May 28, 2019
bookmark_border
This monitor checks all the boxes for me, but since we dont know alot about navi (I plan to run it with that if they are any good), idk if it can drive that many pixels. Can I set it to 1080p instead of 1440 and still get the 100hz freesync?
May 28, 2019
dave1602
2
Jun 8, 2019
bookmark_border
FC5 doesn't hit 100 FPS on a 2080Ti, I know that for sure. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is another rather demanding game I tested nowadays, which sits around 80 (with a decent overclock and 130% power target). I think for 60 it might work, but 100 is far from reality. Compared to 1440p 16:9 (2560x1440), there are ~34% more pixels to render, which is a lot of load on the GPU. If you pick a 2070 or RX5700 and going with 1080p, you're certainly way above 90 FPS. My 1070 in my other computer does 120 fine on my TV at 1080p. I didn't mean to attack you, just to provide a realistic picture. However, that wasn't even the question, and I sadly can't answer the question either because I don't have the monitor. My TV behaves strangely for example: I can go 4k 60Hz, I can go 1080p 120Hz, but I can't go above 30Hz at 1440p. Weird stuff. The question whether you can set it to 2560x1080 and still have the 100Hz available is reasonable. Sorry for not providing an answer @OP
Jun 8, 2019
Jo0909
0
Jun 9, 2019
bookmark_border
Don't worry, I don't feel attacked ;) I think it's good to have some discussion. I found a video which might provide some reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sS-Xo2QSt3Q
Jun 9, 2019
Pheeper
0
May 18, 2019
bookmark_border
I recently upgraded my computer and can't find the driver CD that came with this monitor. Does anyone know where I can find a the Windows 10 driver?
May 18, 2019
rpm604
147
May 17, 2019
bookmark_border
Having some issues with my Vast, trying to decide if it's worth RMAing. Audio doesn't work on my retropie using any of the HDMI ports. It works on my tv, so I'm confident it's the monitor. Anyone know how to address that? Also getting flickers when I move the monitor, seems related to the displayport cable - doesn't happen on HDMI. Anyone had these issues?
May 17, 2019
teabag
0
May 16, 2019
bookmark_border
My monitor isn't detected by my computer any more. My second monitor (240hz, 24") works fine with the Vast cable and GPU port, but every time I try to power up my Vast, I get the message "NoSignal", followed by the monitor entering power saving mode. I've selected DisplayPort and automatic input selection. Neither of them work. The ports and cables work fine with other hardware. Any ideas what the problem might be?
May 16, 2019
zacharyd3
3
May 10, 2019
bookmark_border
Just a heads up to other Canadians. Shipping wasn't too bad in my opinion, it took about a week or so to arrive which is pretty stellar compared to some of the reviews I've read. However, the kicker is the cost on delivery charge for duty; I read about it being roughly $50-80 which I was alright with, however when I went to the post office to pick it up, it was $106 instead. Not a huge issue, but I thought I'd leave a warning for others considering this monitor, so just know you're not looking at $800 CAD, it will end up being closer to $900-950 depending on your location, so compare this monitor to ones in that price range, not the $800 range. I'll post a review later tonight once I have a chance to get it home and set it all up.
May 10, 2019
Showing 17 of 881
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
881 OF 881 POSTS
Jun 16, 2019
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest
Recent Activity
Placed an order
Placed an order
Placed an order