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Newegg LG 32GK850G 31.5" QHD 144Hz NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor $619.99 w/ PC 18FANST118

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Newegg LG 32GK850G 31.5" QHD 144Hz NVIDIA G-Sync Gaming Monitor $619.99 w/ PC 18FANST118

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Should I get this one OR spend a bit more and get an IPS panel 27' 1440p 144Hz? Thoughts anyone?
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Should I get this one OR spend a bit more and get an IPS panel 27' 1440p 144Hz? Thoughts anyone?
Same question. Seriously ready to pull on this one.
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Should I get this one OR spend a bit more and get an IPS panel 27' 1440p 144Hz? Thoughts anyone?
I currently own this monitor and have owned an MG279Q and Acer XB271HU.

Getting one of the 27" IPS monitors without uniformity and/or back-light bleed issues is near impossible.
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Should I get this one OR spend a bit more and get an IPS panel 27' 1440p 144Hz? Thoughts anyone?
If you have an IPS panel now, it's hard to go back. I have a 6 year old super cheap Korean no-name 27" 1440p IPS monitor. I tried "upgrading" to the Dell TN 144Hz g-sync monitor. That didn't cut it.
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If you have an IPS panel now, it's hard to go back. I have a 6 year old super cheap Korean no-name 27" 1440p IPS monitor. I tried "upgrading" to the Dell TN 144Hz g-sync monitor. That didn't cut it.
Thanks for the advice. I picked up a 27" 1440p 165Hz HP OMEN TN panel to go along with my 27" 4K IPS LG monitor I got from the costco deal for $200~. Set up the TN panel and the TN panel looks like hot garbage compared to my IPS monitor. Ended up returning it, and probably am going to get the 27" 1440p IPS 165Hz ASUS PG279Q
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To anyone wondering, the panel is a VA Panel
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I currently own this monitor and have owned an MG279Q and Acer XB271HU.

Getting one of the 27" IPS monitors without uniformity and/or back-light bleed issues is near impossible.
Guess I got lucky then with my Acer XB271HU.
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Should I get this one OR spend a bit more and get an IPS panel 27' 1440p 144Hz? Thoughts anyone?
My personal opinion would be to stick with a smaller 27" 1440p monitor. I've always found 24" to be the sweet spot for 1080p and the former for 1440p. Anything above 28" is excellent for 4K.
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It feels like monitors are very much at that "almost there but not quite yet point" and have been for 2-4 years now. Finally we're starting to see all the top technologies come together in one package (IPS, 120-240 Hz, 2-5 ms, 1440p/4k, 21:9 for those who prefer that, G-Sync/FreeSync, HDR, 27"-34"), but most of the monitors are still a) very expensive ($900-$1300), and b) seem to have significant flaws such as major light bleeding and uneven brightness. It still feels like we're one good round (1-2 years) off from getting those issues resolved and getting these at a reasonable price point (max $800). Nvidia announced these new age BFGD 65"+ TVs that sport all these technologies in January but has been fairly silent since then. I'd expect a lot *pretty* soon so if I could hold off dropping a lot on a new monitor now, I probably would.
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