Samsung’s 28” display serves up single-tile 4K at 60Hz for $800

Jeez. 4K displays are coming down in price like crazy lately. One of the latest introductions, Samsung’s U28D590D, is now available through the Newegg marketplace for just $799.99. Yes, that’s technically $100 over Samsung’s MSRP, but it’s still peanuts for a 28" monitor with a 3840×2160 panel. Amazon also has the monitor listed for $698.99, but it’s not yet in stock. According to AMD’s Robert Hallock, this new monitor supports 4K resolutions via DisplayPort at 60Hz using single-stream transport.

Thanks to single-stream transport, this monitor should be detected as a single panel when hooked up via DisplayPort. That may not sound like much, but it’s a rarity in the 4K world, where the limitations older scaler ASICs cause many displays to work as two separate tiles. This tiling arrangement leads to the same kind of awkwardness you’d get out of a dual-monitor setup, and it’s far from ideal in games. (Scott outlined these hurdles in detail here.) The Samsung U28D590D should be hurdle-exempt. According to Hallock, AMD "worked very closely [with] the scaler vendor" on this display.

What else? Well, the U28D590D has a TN panel with 170°/160° viewing angles, which are narrower than what you get out of the finest IPS panels. But the thing also has LED backlighting, 370 cd/m² brightness, a 1000:1 contrast ratio, a one-millisecond gray-to-gray response time, and support for "one billion colors," which is presumably shorthand for 10-bit color support. We’ve had a chance to look at some other 4K monitors with TN panels recently, and they look surprisingly good—good enough to make us overcome our usual IPS snobbery.

I’m glad to see 4K displays stray so far from their pricey beginnings. I also hope this surge of affordable 4K displays (and 4K laptops) will motivate developers to implement better high-PPI support in Windows apps. I wrote about the dearth of high-PPI apps and Windows’ somewhat awkward coping mechanism five months ago, and we’re still not there yet.

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    • kamikaziechameleon
    • 5 years ago

    FINALLY!

    I started a forum thread on this subject a while ago. I still wonder when we will see similar quality for the living room. Right now I don’t think there is a 4K TV that runs 4K at over 30 hz anywhere(because HDMI 2.0 is not adopted yet)

    Will be exciting to watch this adoption and transition over the next 2-3 years.

    • jmc2
    • 5 years ago

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      • derFunkenstein
      • 5 years ago

      Must have ended early because it’s $699 again.

    • jmc2
    • 5 years ago

    Hope I am wrong in getting the impression
    that this monitor ONLY displays 4K.

    As in it upscales everything up to 4k and
    no other options apply.

    If correct that is a deal killer for me πŸ™

    Been reading Amazon Questions/comments.

    EDIT… Ok, at least the PDF shows multiple resolutions

    The thing I like is that I can run it at 1080P and
    it should display as well as any native 1080P monitor
    due to the exact 4X 1080P of 4K res.
    (Some programs are unusable at 4K)

    jmc

      • Meadows
      • 5 years ago

      It’s LCD. It has a fixed number of pixels.

      • indeego
      • 5 years ago
        • JustAnEngineer
        • 5 years ago

        Let’s take a big square. That’s your pixel on a 1920×1080 LCD display. Take that square and cut it into four equal-sized squares, bisecting it horizontally and vertically. Those are the pixels on a 3840×2160 display.

        Take the four smaller squares and push them together to make a big square. Except for the seams between the smaller squares, the four of them together do a pretty good job of representing the larger square. That’s what happens when you feed a 1920×1080 signal to a 3840×2160 display.

          • indeego
          • 5 years ago
        • Meadows
        • 5 years ago

        He probably means that since 4K doubles 1080p exactly, there should be no uneven scaling artifacts because every pixel just needs to be doubled once in both dimensions. So it would end up looking like one giant 1080p monitor with huge-ass pixels.

        Why anyone would prefer that is beyond me. Weak GPU? Then this is not for them in the first place.

    • Meadows
    • 5 years ago

    To all people who complain about TN: actually IPS is not the holy grail, because black levels suck arse on them, you’d be better off with a VA panel… on which latency will be somewhat higher instead.

    Actually there is no holy grail.

      • Pax-UX
      • 5 years ago

      CRT? πŸ˜›

        • Meadows
        • 5 years ago

        Gets progressively less sharp at higher frequencies and requires progressively more gamma correction as the device ages.

        For example, the monitor I use right now requires an average gamma correction value of 2.23 (up from the NVidia default of 1.00). Some games ignore this driver value, and do not support high enough values themselves in its place (for example, Amnesia – Pigs of Something or Other), so I usually have to run those games windowed (fullscreen).

        • Ninjitsu
        • 5 years ago

        Too much radiation, space and heat when compared to LCDs…

        • Krogoth
        • 5 years ago

        Imperfect screen geometry, sensitive to EMI, image quality is highly depended on RAMDACs on video card, massive/voluminous and uses a ton of heavy metals (real reason why they were phased out).

          • derFunkenstein
          • 5 years ago

          The geometry thing can’t really be understated. rounded or elongated squares made me constantly fidget with controls on CRTs. So glad to have LCD, even if it’s not perfect.

      • Zizy
      • 5 years ago

      OLED is (for indoor stuff).
      Great blacks, response time, colors, viewing angles. Decent brightness and power consumption.

        • UnfriendlyFire
        • 5 years ago

        And cost an arm and a leg for early adopters.

          • JustAnEngineer
          • 5 years ago

          Everything does.

      • Krogoth
      • 5 years ago

      SEDs/FEDs are the holy grail (combines the best qualities of CRTs and LCDs), but they are trapped by patent trolls.

      OLEDs still have to work on life expectancy, cost and color accuracy.

        • f0d
        • 5 years ago

        i was really looking forward to SED’s but as you said stupid patent trolls stopped that tech from becoming produced

        sad really because as you said it had the qualities of a crt and lcd

    • Jigar
    • 5 years ago

    Please please please 4K at 120HZ…

      • Pax-UX
      • 5 years ago

      I’m waiting for this before I get into 4k tech. I have an ASUS VG278HR going from 120 to 144 isn’t noticeable to me, but could never go back to 60hz! IMO it will be years before 4k 120hz, coz of panel and GPU requirements.

      • B.A.Frayd
      • 5 years ago

      So you are running triple/quad SLI 780TIs or Titans?

      • Meadows
      • 5 years ago

      Do video cable bandwidths even allow for that?

        • Airmantharp
        • 5 years ago

        Should be possible to do it with two DP cables, if you’d be willing to put up with the issues that’d bring :).

          • Meadows
          • 5 years ago

          Oh no, that solution just sounds gross.

      • xeridea
      • 5 years ago

      Overrated

        • indeego
        • 5 years ago
        • Firestarter
        • 5 years ago

        for general usage, sure, but not for anyone playing games

      • l33t-g4m3r
      • 5 years ago

      and lightboost.
      [url<]http://www.blurbusters.com/zero-motion-blur/lightboost/[/url<] I can coerce 110 hz out of my monitor, which is tolerable, but motion blur can still be a problem depending on what games you're playing, especially if you get stuck using lower refresh rates. Also, I can't think people need these monitors for video or gaming, as neither require 4k, or perform better with it. In fact, 4k is quite the negative for gaming, considering all it's drawbacks. [url<]https://techreport.com/review/26279/amd-radeon-r9-295-x2-graphics-card-reviewed/3[/url<] [quote<]When I do notice the additional sharpness, it's not always a positive. For example, I often perceive multiple small pixels changing quickly near each other as noise or flicker. The reflections in puddles in BF4 are one example of this phenomenon. I don't think those shader effects have enough internal sampling, and somehow, that becomes an apparent problem at 4K's high pixel densities. My sense is that, most of the time, lower pixel densities combined with supersampling (basically, rendering each pixel multiple times at an offset and blending) would probably be more pleasing overall than 4K is today.[/quote<]

    • brucethemoose
    • 5 years ago

    So, when will the Korean manufacturers get their hands on this panel and controller?

    I’d jump on 28″/4k/TN for ~$400. It’s possible, as 4k 39″ VA panels are already well below $700.

    • cynan
    • 5 years ago

    Take 2.

    Does this mean that the frame pacing fix for crossfire implemented in recent Catalyst releases that was limited to 2560×1600 will work at 4k on this monitor?

      • the
      • 5 years ago

      This is worth investigating as previous 4k displays would enable Eyefinity across the two tiles to reach that resolution.

    • willmore
    • 5 years ago

    Hmm, AMD worked with the developer of the scaler? Hmmmm… AMD, they people who introduced FreeSync to VESA. Hmmmmmm….. Please, oh, please……

    • HisDivineOrder
    • 5 years ago

    What everyone else said.

    TN, no wai.

    I don’t even know why they bother making TN displays over IPS ones. If every factory making TN panels made IPS panels instead, cost of scale would bring the overall cost of all those IPS panels down considerably.

    Instead, we have tons of TN panels being made and only a few IPS panels. Then every IPS panel is worth its weight in goldplated latinum.

    Meh, industry. You annoy me. Then again, they couldn’t even be bothered to make the standard 120hz while they were bothering to make a new standard, too. Eventually, they’re going to make a new port standard to do it regardless, so why wait?

    So they can make NEW controllers in the future and sell them, too, I think.

    • Laykun
    • 5 years ago

    I think they changed something in the matrix. Apoc get me a hard line!

      • cynan
      • 5 years ago

      Me too. I started a new comment thread here earlier and it’s gone AWOL.

        • Laykun
        • 5 years ago

        I was more referring to deja vu since all the comments are nearly exactly the same to the last time this TN 28″er was posted.

    • Wirko
    • 5 years ago

    Price per pixel is the same as in the most expensive 21.5″, 1920×1080 TN Samsungs. It will be interesting to see how image quality compares to those.

    • Tumbleweed
    • 5 years ago

    If they make an IPS version of this, I’d spend more than $800, but until then, I’m good with my twin 16:10 24″ IPS monitors, thanks.

    • sparkman
    • 5 years ago

    No G-sync?

    • sweatshopking
    • 5 years ago

    my brother bought me an hp ips monitor a few months ago, so i’ll be monitored up for the next few years. One thing that surprised me, however, was i got a 3 year warranty on my acer TN, but a 1 year on my more expensive IPS….

      • anotherengineer
      • 5 years ago

      Lame, I got a 3-yr warranty on my Dell P2214H IPS I bought a few month ago.

    • hubick
    • 5 years ago

    Early adopters beware!

    If there is any possibility you’ll ever want to use your 4K display for watching movies or other encrypted content, I HIGHLY suggest you read up on industry plans around HDCP 2.2.

    If your hardware doesn’t have HDCP 2.2 support, you’re basically gonna get screwed.

      • HisDivineOrder
      • 5 years ago

      Not this again. Why can’t they just finalize their plans all at once rather than trickle them out, forcing us to find workarounds and hacks and everything else to make things work that should just work?

      As if HDCP stopped piracy at all anyway. All it did was make my monitors blink every time I turn on my HDTV, annoying the hell out of me.

        • MadManOriginal
        • 5 years ago

        Because otherwise, why would people need to upgrade?

      • yokem55
      • 5 years ago

      Once again, the industry is incentivizing the path of Yarrrr.

    • yokem55
    • 5 years ago

    Here’s to hoping that NVidia gets their 860-ish card out soon as that will be a pre requisite for me to pink up one of these marvels….

      • homerdog
      • 5 years ago

      Don’t think an 860 is gonna be much use at 4K.

        • yokem55
        • 5 years ago

        If an 860 gtx with 4 gigs can approach the performance of a vanilla 780, I’m thinking things will be fine at lower AA levels. I’m not convinced the higher levels of AA are necessary at the higher DPI’s of these monitors.

          • indeego
          • 5 years ago
            • JustAnEngineer
            • 5 years ago

            There’s a huge difference between 0 AA and 2X AA. There’s a visible (but slight) difference between 2X and 4X AA. Above 4X AA, the differences are only visible in still screenshots. There’s no time to notice them when the action is going.

            • brucethemoose
            • 5 years ago

            Why use MSAA when SMAA exists?

            • indeego
            • 5 years ago
            • JustAnEngineer
            • 5 years ago

            [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaggies<]Jaggies[/url<] are annoying, even at high resolutions.

          • B.A.Frayd
          • 5 years ago

          One 780 for 4k? Not. Check into some benchmarks. Unless you enjoy your games @< 25FPS.

    • d0g_p00p
    • 5 years ago

    TN = Thanks, No!

      • 5150
      • 5 years ago

      Looks like someone is trying to ride the +1 train again.

      • anotherengineer
      • 5 years ago

      Well if it’s 8-bit +FRC to get 1 billion colours, and if they upped the quality the viewing angles should improve as per the specs say.

      A good desktop TN panel is not even comparable to a junk laptop TN panel.

      I prefer IPS/HVA/PLS myself, but I have never seen a TN panel with more than 6-bit and/or 6-bit+FRC colour. I would like to see one first hand to see.

      • Srsly_Bro
      • 5 years ago

      you said that before bro. make something new up

        • Terra_Nocuus
        • 5 years ago

        TN = That’s Nasty?

          • 5150
          • 5 years ago

          TN = Terra_Nocuus?

            • Terra_Nocuus
            • 5 years ago

            buy my monitors! they’re hand made!

          • Srsly_Bro
          • 5 years ago

          Totally_Nasty

        • balanarahul
        • 5 years ago

        TN = Twisted Nematic? πŸ˜›

        • d0g_p00p
        • 5 years ago

        Srsly_Bro?

      • moose17145
      • 5 years ago

      In all fairness higher quality TN panels are not that bad, in fact you will be hard pressed to tell the difference during typical use between a TN and a IPS panel unless the two are right next to each other (yes yes viewing angles are a dead give away, but I am rarely looking at my desktops monitor form a 160+ degree angle…). And on some really nice TN panels, its hard to tell the difference even if they are right next to each other. It is just a shame that most TN panels out there are total garbage which has given them a bad name. Oh I agree that IPS and a few other panel types are better (depending on your use case), but at the same time a GOOD TN panel can actually be quite nice and enjoyable to use.

        • indeego
        • 5 years ago

        123

          • indeego
          • 5 years ago
            • moose17145
            • 5 years ago

            lol yea I noticed that as well. Whatever… the videophiles are just spazzing out because simply because they refuse to admit that a high quality TN panel can actually be quite good. Haters gonna hate. lol

        • f0d
        • 5 years ago

        i 100% agree but everyone on TR thinks IPS is gods gift to computers

        apart from the angles which i dont care about because i ALWAYS view my screen from directly in front i dont notice much difference at all, sure im not an imaging professsional and most people buying screens isnt either so i dont get the total HATE on TR for TN screens

        i saw an asus ips and a 144hz screen side by side when i was getting my latest screen and i actually preferred the 144hz screen over the ips when viewing games side by side

        maybe the color might be 0.1% off on TN panels (or some silly fraction like that) but i honestly couldnt tell – im happy with my TN 144hz screen and i wouldnt want anything else (except maybe a 144hz 4k screen πŸ™‚

      • Krogoth
      • 5 years ago

      TN panels are more than sufficient for the vast majority of the people out there. Their primary weakness is having poor vertical viewing angles (not a big deal for most people). The horizontal viewing angle isn’t too bad but it can be problematic for spectators and/or you intend to use the unit as a secondary display. Color accuracy is fine for most people and you usually need proper source material to notice the difference from a IPS and *PA unit.

      IPS and *PAs are better at color accuracy and viewing angles but they are not as fast as TNs. LCDs cannot match a quality CRT at color accuracy, viewing angle and speed.

        • Krogoth
        • 5 years ago

        Looks like the videophiles are out in full storm.

          • moose17145
          • 5 years ago

          No kidding… I mean I get the hate people have for TN panels, I really do… there are a LOT of REALLY crappy TN panels out there… but the Good TN panels really are not that bad….

        • Zizy
        • 5 years ago

        Depends. A lot of cheap junk is so bad color on the top of the screen is different than on the bottom, so a lot of hate is justified.
        The problem is people take these rock bottom TN screens as a measure of TN quality in general.

        • indeego
        • 5 years ago
    • superjawes
    • 5 years ago

    No VESA mount = no buy.

    Which is too bad, because even a TN display is tempting. After all, you are still getting 4k resolution [i<]and[/i<] 60 Hz (older 4k displays were limited to 30 Hz). Even at $800, that isn't too bad if you're really after the real estate.

      • esterhasz
      • 5 years ago

      That’s a real shame that there’s no mount. I bought a nice arm about 10 years ago and I love having the space below the screen empty.

      Also agree about the TN. If somebody had told me that we’d have a panel on any type with that many pixels for that price a year ago, I probably would have called bullshit. I’d never get a TN for work, but for gaming, this could be definitely a fun compromise.

      Edit: that word should not be blanked out. Harry Frankfurt wrote a perfectly respectable philosophical essay with that title.

      • UnfriendlyFire
      • 5 years ago

      Use duct-tape. Problem solved.

      • moose17145
      • 5 years ago

      I am with you on this one. Heck I would pay an extra 50 for it to already just come with a proper hight, pivot, tilt, swivel stand that just mounts to a vesa mount already on the back like my current monitor does. I can understand offering a stripped down model for those who are too cheap to appreciate a proper stand, but for god sakes please at least offer another model that does have a proper stand and a vesa mount for a few bucks more!

      Edit: typos.

    • Deanjo
    • 5 years ago

    Typical Newegg price gouge.

    $599 at NCIX

    [url<]http://www.ncix.com/detail/samsung-u28d590d-28in-4k-uhd-c5-95635-1165.htm[/url<]

      • Meadows
      • 5 years ago

      Well that’s interesting.

        • Deanjo
        • 5 years ago

        Interesting but not surprising. I find that Newegg is usually overpriced on a lot of their items. Most times I can pick stuff up locally for at least the same price but it is usually cheaper (especially when you tack on their shipping charges).

          • sweatshopking
          • 5 years ago

          yeah, i have never bought off of newegg. stuff is ALWAYS cheaper at ncix or memoryexpress. they’ve become tigerdirect.

            • HisDivineOrder
            • 5 years ago

            Newegg has become the Best Buy of online.

            Horrible prices, horrible customer service, horrible return policies, and annoying ads.

            Yep. Newegg. The New Best Buy.

            They should rename themselves Newbuy.

            • Deanjo
            • 5 years ago

            You forgot slow shipping.

            • moose17145
            • 5 years ago

            Kinda sad really… because newegg used to (typically) have the best prices in town and their shipping was fast as heck.

            • BobbinThreadbare
            • 5 years ago

            I remember them always being slightly more expensive than other sites, but their site design was so superior I accepted it as a the cost of being able what I wanted in minutes instead of hours.

            • Krogoth
            • 5 years ago

            It is harder to process orders fast when you are dealing with larger volumes. Amazon has the same problem for years when it got big.

            • Deanjo
            • 5 years ago

            I don’t know about that. The longest it has ever taken Amazon to get a product to me was 3 days, with Amazon prime it is 48 hours. If I get a newegg order to change its status to “shipped” within in a week I consider fast processing by newegg standards.

            • MadManOriginal
            • 5 years ago

            I have had the opposite experience. Anecdotes!

            • derFunkenstein
            • 5 years ago

            Amazon is my preferred place to buy stuff. I pay for Prime so I can get 2-day shipping, and when they say 2 days it’s 2 days. I have more than saved the $80, and when it goes up to $100 I’ll still save.

            • indeego
            • 5 years ago
            • Krogoth
            • 5 years ago

            ITT: impatience geeks who don’t understand retail and logistics.

            • xeridea
            • 5 years ago

            Never had slow shipping from newegg. It is always shipped out same day (if realistic) for me, even busy times (black friday). I have hundreds of orders over the years, and don’t remember ever having a shipping delay.

            • slowriot
            • 5 years ago

            I haven’t experienced any of that except pricing and ads (their ads have always been bad though). I still get excellent customer service from Newegg. I’ve never had trouble returning items, even very recently.

            I’ve simply stopped buying things from them because of their prices. Though I still go their site because it’s by far the best for finding items and viewing high quality pictures.

          • Krogoth
          • 5 years ago

          It is because B&M stores are lowering their prices in order to compete against etailers. Shipping costs are starting to catch-up (raising fuel costs). The mainstream etailers are trying to reap in the profits since they know that people now prefer shopping online because it is more *convenient* and are willing to pay a premium for this. B&M have the advantage of shipping stuck in bulk which helps to reduce the shipping cost per unit.

            • Deanjo
            • 5 years ago

            I’m not talking B&M stores, I’m talking mom and pop businesses.

            • derFunkenstein
            • 5 years ago

            Unfortunately the mom and pop computer retailer near me just announced they were closing their Peoria location yesterday, and their last day is Saturday. To go to a mom and pop computer retailer now I have to drive roughly 40 miles each way, so now with the price of gas it’s cheaper to order online and wait a couple days.

            • Krogoth
            • 5 years ago

            Not much difference.

            • Deanjo
            • 5 years ago

            Lol, are you implying that a Mom and Pop store have the same purchasing power as a B&M store like Best Buy?

            • Krogoth
            • 5 years ago

            They are both local places that you can pick-up stuff on your own.

            The only difference is that one is owned by a corporation/LLC and other is usually a sole proprietorship or partnership. It is sometimes easier to get a specialty item from a small operation than a large store, because the larger store has to worry more about inventory control (a.k.a getting product that sells in bulk rather than loading on product geared towards certain niches).

            • Deanjo
            • 5 years ago

            [quote<]They are both local places that you can pick-up stuff on your own.[/quote<] That is where the similarity ends. B&M stores such as your BB have entire departments of purchasers dealing with the manufacturer one on one. Your Mom and Pop stores typically have to go through a distributor which takes their additional cut. A mom and pop store sometimes join a purchasing group to get better rates. Your Mom and Pop stores also can have much lower overhead than a B&M shop. Operating a B&M and a Mom and Pop store require two very different management styles and business strategies. A mom and pop store also relies heavily on repeat business and cultivates those relationships. They also have to make sure that they can rotate their inventory in a very quick time (ideally within 30 days before the purchases become due). Try to use business strategies that big box B&M stores use in a Mom and Pop store and you will be closing the doors down for good within 6 months.

            • Krogoth
            • 5 years ago

            They both demand strong relationships with their distributors and customers. The difference is scale of their operation.

            • Deanjo
            • 5 years ago

            Lol not even close. One deals with a middle man, one direct to manufacturer. One can get price protection on stock, the other can’t. Also if a product doesn’t move, most BB manufacturers can return the stock, mom and pop can’t.

      • puppetworx
      • 5 years ago

      That’s in Loonies.

        • Meadows
        • 5 years ago

        That makes it even worse, because according to the current exchange rate, 1 CAD is worth about 10% less than 1 USD.

      • lilbuddhaman
      • 5 years ago

      [quote<]CAD[/quote<] (From link) [quote<]$1 CAD = $0.91 USD[/quote<] (Source: google) Its even cheaper!

        • Deanjo
        • 5 years ago

        Actually on their US customer site it is more expensive. lol

        [url<]http://www.ncixus.com/products/?sku=95635&vpn=LU28D590DS%2FZC&manufacture=Samsung[/url<]

          • Krogoth
          • 5 years ago

          Taxes and tariffs, how do they work?

      • MadManOriginal
      • 5 years ago

      That would be meaningful if it could actually be ordered.

        • Deanjo
        • 5 years ago

        You can order it. They will ship it as soon as it is back in stock. Trust me, I’ve ordered plenty of back ordered items from them.

      • mikepers
      • 5 years ago

      Looks like that’s not being sold by Newegg. It’s from a third party.

      Against my better judgement I will say: If you find the prices at Newegg are not competitive then don’t buy from them. Just please stop whining about it in useless comments that clutter the page.

      • chΒ΅ck
      • 5 years ago

      Newegg certainly isn’t the same company it was 7ish years ago, but they still have great sales.
      I recently bought an Asus rt-n65u for $20 after rebates as well as a Asus VN248H-P for $120 after rebate.
      Both arrive 2 days after placing the order using the supersaver shipping.

    • Bauxite
    • 5 years ago

    Very curious about input latency. (1ms grey to grey is meaningless)

    TN is a big worry, but not all TN is complete garbage, some is alright depending on use.

      • Firestarter
      • 5 years ago

      agree, if the input latency is good(ish), then this would be the first ‘4K’ monitor I’d recommend or buy myself

      • Prestige Worldwide
      • 5 years ago

      Input latency is always one of the top variables in a monitor purchase for me, twitch gaming all the way.

      But I would still prefer 1440p 144/120hz Gsync instead of 4K if I wanted to step up from 1080 resolution-wise and still have the kind of features I would need for maximum fluidity and minimum input lag while playing FPS games.

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