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27" LG 27UL500-W 4K HDR IPS FreeSync Monitor EXPIRED

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Amazon has 27" LG 27UL500-W 4K HDR IPS FreeSync Monitor for $279. Shipping is free. Thanks wildcard00

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Viewing Angles: 178/178 degrees
  • HDR10, FreeSync
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Display Port
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LG 27UL500-W 27-Inch UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS Monitor with Radeon Freesync Technology and HDR10, White

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Would this be recommended this for photography work?
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60 hz. No thanks.
Plus the back is white.... smh
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Would this be recommended this for photography work?
yes this is great to start with but if you are actually selling your work and have the bank go for something more profesional /height adjustment available more conectivity/ rotation to portrait mode av. etc but if you don´t care about the extra features this is ok
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I dont even think a 2080ti can hit 144hz @4k so all the 60hz babies in here kick rocks(please don't say low settings because that defeats the purpose). If you have a high end card VII, 2080, 2080ti or Titan this will work well since 60fps @4k seems to be the sweet spot just make sure its actually compatible with gsync. That fact that its ips so it doubles as a great monitor for creators and designers.
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Compare to U2718Q? Is the latter worth $70 more?
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Unless you're planning to game, who cares? This is being sold as a casual use work/media monitor
I use it to play games.
It's really not bad at all, but I haven't been exposed to 144hz+ so I don't know what I'm missing, lol
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For those that care, I own the uk600 and have compared it to the UL600 the latest model. This model is the model just below those.

So here goes uk650 and 600 are the exact same monitor. The only difference is the stand. What is nice about them is they can maintain 350 nits of brightness and actually go upwards of 380 in some scenarios. 8-9ms input lag for gamers. I bought it for Xbox gaming. 40-60fs range.

The newer line the UL series looks identical to the uk series in both design and performance. The UL managed to hit 400nits in some scenarios which allowed it to achieve HDR 400 ratings. It generally hovers around 350-380 typical usage. It however does not produce better contrast color accuracy, wider gamut etc than the uk series before it. 8-9ms input lag 40-60fs range.

This 500 model is nearly the same as the others with a slightly different stand and can reach 300nits but the typical appears to be 280nits. It is rated as 1% lower for srgb which nearly no one on earth will be able to tell the difference outside of pro photogs/video types and they want a better monitor anyhow. Unknown input lag I couldn't find the numbers 40-60fs range.

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Get the 500 series if you are looking at all of these and just want a general use monitor and maybe do some gaming.

Or

You want an entry level 4k monitor don't care if it gets as bright as the others for console gaming. It's the better value. If I didn't prefer insanely bright monitors and TVs and knew the input lag, I'd return my 600 for this as it's a great value.
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Can the Vega 56 take advantage of free sync?
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Anyone use this or would recommend this to use with a 2018 13" MacBook Pro?
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I use it to play games.
It's really not bad at all, but I haven't been exposed to 144hz+ so I don't know what I'm missing, lol
Assuming your GPU is sufficient enough, 1440p @ 144hz is widely considered the sweet spot for gaming. Especially first person shooters. Its crazy how ignorant people are to the benefit of higher frame monitors.

If you are only interested in 60hz @ 4K, get a TV with a game mode and save yourself some money.
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Would this be recommended this for photography work?
Photo for print or web ?
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Compare to U2718Q? Is the latter worth $70 more?
I mean, the Dell rotates and this does not. Apples and oranges. The previous generation uk600/650 used the same exact panel, but it was in the same price range as the Dell (Dell still cost a little more, though). This is in a lower price range than both (even at msrp). Why these are at a lower price, I have no idea. There could be tons a reasons.
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I don't get these small 4K monitors, you won't be able to tell the difference between 2K and you're going to need double the GPU power to run the same eye candy.
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I don't get these small 4K monitors, you won't be able to tell the difference between 2K and you're going to need double the GPU power to run the same eye candy.
It is worth it if you do CAD work or like to code with multiple windows and small text. But yeah, I agree, for movies and other stuff, it is a harder sell.
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