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BuyDig via Google Express has 32" LG 32GK650F-B 2560x1440 WQHD FreeSync Gaming LED Monitor for $330 - $33 w/ promo code MEMORIAL10 (apply in cart) = $297. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

Specs:
  • Resolution: 2560x1440 (QHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms GTG
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Radeon Freesync
  • Tilt, Height, Swivel & Pivot adjustment
  • Ports
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort 1.2
    • 1x 3.5mm Headphone
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Was this price in november 2018. Good deal anyway though
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This or the cost 850 version when it's on sale again
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I have this monitor. Love it. Highly recommend it. The back doesn't lit up like the more expensive model.
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weird that it doesn't have any usb. But seems like a good price on a good monitor.


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Panel Type: VA
Viewing Angle: 178/178
HDMI: 2 X 2.2
DisplayPort: 1 X (ver1.2)
Headphone Out: Yes
Adaptive Sync: Radeon Freesync™ (Support LFC)
1ms Motion Blur Reduction: Yes (120Hz, 144Hz)
Speaker: No built-in speaker
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This or the cost 850 version when it's on sale again
I got the 850f from Costco for 399 and they adjusted it to 299 about 6 weeks later. Gotta love Costco. The difference is, the 850f has HDR 400 with freesync2 and a wider color gamut. Hdr isn't anything to write home about but does work pretty decent in some games. The wider color gamut did it for me but I tend to like a little oversaturation. After using Spyder calibrator it's really all I could ask for. The best thing about these 32 inch flat screens is the color uniformity. I haven't seen a curved screen that can match it. I actually return an Acer z35p in exchange for this because I couldn't justify the price difference when freesync2 worked just as good as gsync.
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Would wait for costco deal to come again. This same model been at this price at microcenter for some time now
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Would wait for costco deal to come again. This same model been at this price at microcenter for some time now
This the one you're talking about that was down to 299? Thinking of scooping it up at 399.

https://www.costco.com/LG-32GK850F-B-32%22-Class-QHD-HDR-FreeSync-Monitor.product.100454130.html
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This or the cost 850 version when it's on sale again
I have the 850 and I absolutely love it (got it open box on eBay for $339) it came brand new though
I can share a link if it's still available and if you're interested
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I don't have the money for a new gpu at the same time, but would this be usable with a GTX 970 till I can upgrade that to an rtx2060 or something?
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$339 for open box 850 (last one available) I had great experience... got a brand new one...

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/...3811328754
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I don't have the money for a new gpu at the same time, but would this be usable with a GTX 970 till I can upgrade that to an rtx2060 or something?
You could probably play most games with low to medium settings. The real issue to me would be screen tearing since the GTX 900 series doesn't support freesync.

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I meant to say most AAA games in low to medium settings. Most others games should have no problem.
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Roughly same pixel density as an ~24" 1080p panel for those wondering
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i got the 650 from microcenter for 299 a week ago.

Good monitor.

Would I pay another 100 dollars for the costco version for usb pass through / hdr 400 / freesync 2?

I'd say it's a wash. I don't really use freesync since I try to play my fps games above 144 with my 1070ti. (mainly overwatch) - so the freesync 2 part doesn't matter to me.

The USB passthrough is a nice feature, but not something I would pay for. So it comes down to the hdr...which also doesn't matter when trying to max out fps with usual settings being low.

Although for other applications the hdr might be worth having. 100 dollars isn't much. I'm too lazy to bother swapping out to be fair.

HDR400 is felt to be somewhat of a marketing ploy to remarket dynamic contrast. I imagine it does make your visual experience slightly better. Whether or not it's 100 dollars worth more...definitely to the OCD people (lol).

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/blog...eds-to-go/

https://www.eetimes.com/author.as...d=1333797#

https://www.displayspecifications.../4f1967938

This will show you the basic panel between the 3 types, g sync, freesync 2 and freesync appear to probably be the same with the 850f having the hdr400 cert with better brightness.

If you are the type who shits on TN high hertz monitors for IPS, you should get the hdr400 for the extra money. If you don't care about color relative to performance, the 650 is good enough.
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