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Newegg LG 32GK850G 31.5” QHD 144Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor $850 and get a Free Logitech G910 Gaming Keyboard with Purchase

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LG 32GK850G 31.5" QHD 144Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor $850 FS and get a Free Logitech G910 Gaming Keyboard with Purchase

https://m.newegg.com/products/N82...2032gk850g

31.5" QHD panel with 5ms & 144Hz
DisplayPort, HDMI and USB3.0
NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology
Sphere Lighting, Ultra-Slim Bezel, Advanced Gaming Features
Tilt, pivot, swivel and height adjustments
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Created 11-14-2017 at 09:43 AM by hank917
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2160x1440 looks horrible on anything above 27 inches unless it's an ultra wide 3440x1440.
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This is a pretty horrible deal given the price and specs.
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This is a pretty horrible deal given the price and specs.
My thoughts exactly...
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So, some recommendations or comparisons? Saying bad deal with no counter info doesn't provide much help.
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This is a 31.5" screen which some people would welcome for the size vs a 27";, even considering the ppi of 93.92 vs 108.8 ppi of a 27" at this resolution.
For comparison, 93.92 ppi is about the same as a 23.5" 1920x1080's ppi, (or if a 27" 16:9 were 2200 x 1250 instead of 2560 x 1440)

Going 4k crushes frame rates even more than this and if you aren't dialing in (graphics settings down) to at least around 100fps (average) to fill the 144hz with new frames you aren't getting much out of the higher hz.

This monitor has also has been tested to have 3008:1 contrast ratio and .05 black depth since it's VA, and a gaming VA with g-sync and 144hz. Compared to TN and IPS that are 860:1 or 1000:1 contrast ratio and lucky to get .13 black depth, this monitor is worth a lot to some people; Not only is it triple or more the contrast ratio and black depth of IPS and TN, it's actually 1000 higher contrast ratio than the samsung VA gaming monitors and .2 black depth better.
Until the FALD HDR VA's come out for up to $2000 from some reports, this sounds like a very good monitor for those who find IPS and TN black depth extremely pale and non-contrasted in dark scenes (which they certainly are).
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Last edited by elvn December 15, 2017 at 10:08 AM.
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