Predator X38





Predator X38

Model Name: X38 SBMIIPHZX

Part Number: UM.TX0AA.S01

Infused with Agile-splendor IPS and its 0.31ms GtG response, 175Hz refresh2 and a 2300R curve – the Predator X38 transports you to a realm of 21:9 immersion. And with NVIDIA® G-SYNC® at the helm, expect smooth, tear-free gaming as the new norm.

$ 1999.99

Screen Size


Maximum Resolution

3840 x 1600@144 Hz

Aspect Ratio


Response Time

1 ms

Overclock Refresh Rate

175 Hz

Color Supported

1.07 Billion


750 cd/m²

Viewing Angles

178° Horizontal

178° Vertical

Panel Type

IPS (In-plane Switching)


Height adj (5.12")

Ports & Connectors



1x DisplayPort(1.4)


3x USB 3.0

1x USB 3.0 Upstream

4x USB 3.0 Downstream



VESA Compatible


100 x 100mm

Package Contents

  • 1 x Predator X38 S Widescreen Gaming LCD Monitor
  • 1 x Displayport Cable
  • 1 x HDMI Cable
  • 1 x Power Cord(US)
  • 1 x USB 3.0 Cable


Limited Warranty agreement applies.

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1 Not native G2G response time. Achieved via LCD overdrive function.
2 Actual refresh rates may vary depending on model and/or region, computer specifications/hardware and/or set up. This device is designed to support refresh rate overclocking up to 175Hz. However, overclocking may result in system instability. If you experience instability, try reducing the overclock to a lower refresh rate through the on-screen display settings.
3 Access your profile by selecting Action / Racing / Sports profile in game mode. GameView specifications and features may vary depending on model and/or region
4 NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer requires at least GeForce GTX 900 series cards or newer in order to function correctly. Additional requirements may vary. Please visit NVIDIA®’s site for additional information, if available. Mouse must be plugged into designated Reflex Latency Analyzer USB port in order to measure latency. Only designated mice can provide peripheral latency measurements.