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29" LG 29UM67P 2560x1080 Widescreen IPS LED Monitor EXPIRED

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Promoted 04-30-2016 by slickdewmaster at 10:16 AM View Original Post
Newegg.com has 29" LG 29UM67P 2560x1080 Widescreen IPS LED Monitor on sale for $269.99. Shipping is $0.99. Thanks sr71

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  • Resolution: 2560x1080
  • Contract Ratio: 5,000,000:1
  • Response Time: 5ms GTG
  • Viewing Angle: 178° (H) / 178° (V)
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
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Edited April 30, 2016 at 07:08 AM by annie930ny
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6824025112

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#3
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6824025212
This 25 inch version is $160. It has "Dynamic action sync."
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Quote from DavidLC View Post :
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6824025212
This 25 inch version is $160. It has "Dynamic action sync."
and its smaller
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I read you can only use the Free sync on AMD graphics cards...Nvidia cards don't support it...

I was looking at this monitor earlier today debating on the 25 or 28...the 25 seemed more appealing to me because it was a lot cheaper. I currently use three 23 inch wide screen monitors with 2 separate computers (2 on one computer one on the other) and debating on the 28 for the single monitor computer since it has the AMD card. The 23 inch I have is an LG and it has a beautiful screen...hardly had to do any adjustments out of the box for my needs. My 2 Acer monitors needed much more tweaking and they still aren't perfectly matched...
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Last edited by mikespe April 30, 2016 at 07:51 AM
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hm. i just ordered this monitor earlier: http://www.ebay.com/itm/291610145742. would that 24", 16:9, 144hz, 1ms TN or this 25", 21:9, 75hz, 5ms, IPS be better for shooters and movies/tv, and hardly any productivity use? I cant decide between 75hz w/freesync and 144hz w/lightburst, having never used either.
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Screen height is 12.9 inches... that alone is a deal breaker for me. Screen real estate would just feel like it's too squished. Personally, coming from 3 23" Dell monitors, even two of these 12.9" x 27.7" would feel like I'm going backwards.
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I got the 34" version of this and love it.
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I've got one of these, great for multi-tasking and desktop space. Splitting the screen with two windows gives great usable space for both. Used to use dual monitors, but never again. Games that support 21:9 benefit greatly from the additional room (especially LoL, 33% more map vision).
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Quote from mikespe View Post :
I read you can only use the Free sync on AMD graphics cards...Nvidia cards don't support it...

I was looking at this monitor earlier today debating on the 25 or 28...the 25 seemed more appealing to me because it was a lot cheaper. I currently use three 23 inch wide screen monitors with 2 separate computers (2 on one computer one on the other) and debating on the 28 for the single monitor computer since it has the AMD card. The 23 inch I have is an LG and it has a beautiful screen...hardly had to do any adjustments out of the box for my needs. My 2 Acer monitors needed much more tweaking and they still aren't perfectly matched...
Correct on Freesync. I was looking at this a few weeks ago when it was over $400 and that alone was the deal breaker for me since I have a 980ti.

You want to look for G sync monitors.
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you can turn on Freesync in the monitor OSD and turn on adaptive sync in the nvidia settings you can also up the refresh to 75hz. Not gsync but a bit better. Love this monitor for WoW Edit: via displayport**
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Last edited by Cedric Greene April 30, 2016 at 10:47 AM
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I recently bought one of these. Even after reading the reviews and specs I was surprised at how the screen itself is so short. Additionally the stand is not very tall so you'll need to put it on something to keep it eye level. The 68 version is out now with better software supposedly but this model is well reviewed. I was also slightly surprised that compared to two 19 in wide screens I felt like I lost quite a bit of screen real estate. Overall I like it but I would definitely say 29 in is a min for anyone coming from a multi monitor setup
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#13
I got the 29UM58 version from best buy for $200 a week ago (open box after movers coupon) and I enjoy using the ultra wide screen more than my 4x U2414H setup.. Currently running 29" in the middle 2x 24's vertically and 2x 24's horizontally.
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would dis b good for the ps4?
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Quote from ekuest View Post :
hm. i just ordered this monitor earlier: http://www.ebay.com/itm/291610145742. would that 24", 16:9, 144hz, 1ms TN or this 25", 21:9, 75hz, 5ms, IPS be better for shooters and movies/tv, and hardly any productivity use? I cant decide between 75hz w/freesync and 144hz w/lightburst, having never used either.
I was faced with a similar dilemma just earlier this week, had to choose between a samsung 29 ultrawide (s29e790c) and my old 144Hz (vg248qe). Having owned the 144Hz for almost two years it was a hard adjustment going back to 60Hz even with the slightly better resolution, and colors the screen tearing / input lag tradeoff with v-sync enabled was a deal breaker so the ultrawide went back. Decided I'm going to wait on a 27" 1440p G-sync deal, preferably the dell one. The 29" ultrawides are nice and if you're coming from a 23" it's cool cause its just about the size of two 23" monitors combined.
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