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29" LG 29UM59A-P 2560x1080 UltraWide Freesync IPS LED Monitor EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 29" LG 29UM59A-P 2560x1080 UltraWide Freesync IPS LED Monitor on sale for $399 -
$200 w/ coupon code c1178118222 = $199. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1080
  • Response Time: 5ms (GTG)
  • Refresh Rate: 75Hz
  • Viewing Angle: 178°/178°
  • Color Gamut: sRBG over 99%
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Inputs
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x USB-C
    • 1x Headphone (Out)
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  • Stunning 29" IPS 21:9 Display.
  • sRGB Over 99% & 16.7 Million Colors.
  • Game & Reading modes + Flicker Safe.
  • On Screen Control + Screen Split 2.0.
  • 1 HDMI 1.4, 1 USB-C & Headphone port.
  • Response Time: 5ms GTG. Refresh Rate: 75 Hz.
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I think this is not same as 144hz 1440p gaming. This is more for an Ultrawide Exp.
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If the Qnix is a regular 16:9 monitor, then this one would be lower resolution and refresh rate (up to 75hz), but it's ultrawide and has Freesync. So it's a tradeoff.
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I owned one. I'm 100% sure there is a USB c port
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Downgrade from qnix 1440p overclocked to 98hz? My r9 390 gets 40-60 fps on many games.

I think this is not same as 144hz 1440p gaming. This is more for an Ultrawide Exp.
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Downgrade from qnix 1440p overclocked to 98hz? My r9 390 gets 40-60 fps on many games.
If the Qnix is a regular 16:9 monitor, then this one would be lower resolution and refresh rate (up to 75hz), but it's ultrawide and has Freesync. So it's a tradeoff.
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Can someone tell me what's the use of the USB-C port on this monitor?
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Can someone tell me what's the use of the USB-C port on this monitor?
I think that description is incorrect.. Looks like 1xDP and 2xHDMI, plus a headphone out & power. Also, it's vesa mountable, if anyone was wondering. I have the 29UM58-P and like it.
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I think that description is incorrect.. Looks like 1xDP and 2xHDMI, plus a headphone out & power. Also, it's vesa mountable, if anyone was wondering. I have the 29UM58-P and like it.
This model is listed as 29UM59A-P though.
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Can someone tell me what's the use of the USB-C port on this monitor?

usb-c would be for video. So if you had a macbook, you plug it in. HDMI/displayport video is pushed out via USB-C spec. I saw a youtube video and one reviewer says it only charges at 7 watts. So it is useless for a Macbook w/ single USB-C port. Most USB-c monitors charge up to 60 watts.
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I have the previous version had a small problem lg replaced it free. Nice monitor if you like ultrawide.
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This model is listed as 29UM59A-P though.
Sorry I wasn't clear.. The pictures of this model don't show a USB C port anywhere, just the ports i mentioned.. And an amazon reviewer mentions that the description is incorrect, that it doesn't include a USB-C port.

My model has 1xDVI, 1xDP 1xHDMI.

Amazon reviewer mentioning no C: https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...SP06NPA5U/
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Sorry I wasn't clear.. The pictures of this model don't show a USB C port anywhere, just the ports i mentioned.. And an amazon reviewer mentions that the description is incorrect, that it doesn't include a USB-C port.

My model has 1xDVI, 1xDP 1xHDMI.

Amazon reviewer mentioning no C: https://www.amazon.com/gp/custome...SP06NPA5U/
I owned one. I'm 100% sure there is a USB c port
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is a higher refresh rate better to reduce eye strain when working ? or would this monitor be sufficient with "flicker safe" ? , thank you
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If the Qnix is a regular 16:9 monitor, then this one would be lower resolution and refresh rate (up to 75hz), but it's ultrawide and has Freesync. So it's a tradeoff.
Yea I was curious if the tradeoff would be worth it. Thanks for response, the freesync with AMD has peaked my interest.
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Based on LG's website, it doesn't look like this monitor supports Freesync. The only mention on the product page is in the Q&A section where, what appears to be an LG rep, says that it does not support Freesync.
http://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-...ed-monitor
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