The new Predator x34 monitor boasts a 3440 x 1440 resolution and 100Hz refresh rate boost. It features HDMI and Displayport hookup capability. However, I understand each can only support resolutions and refresh rates so high and the higher the resolution, the lower the refresh rate (and vice versa). I did research on both HDMI and displayport technologies and associated bandwidths supported by each, but I'm unclear on what maximum refresh rates I can actually achieve at 3440 x 1440 resolution with a high speed HDMI cable. The monitor would only be worth the cost to me if I could actually get both 3440 x 1440 resolution AND 100Hz refresh rate out of it simultaneously (as opposed to having to decide between one or the other). If it quite simply isn't possible to have both 3440 x 1440 resolution and 100Hz refresh rate, then it may be better to wait for the Z35 model which boasts a lower resolution with 144Hz native refresh rate. On a side note, these questions make me wonder how many consumers out there are using a high resolution monitor without realizing that they're only actually seeing a lower resolution and/or refresh rate due to bandwidth bottlenecks caused by their hookup.