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27" LG 27UD68P 3840x2160 UHD IPS FreeSync LED Monitor EXPIRED

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BuyDig via Google Express has 27" LG 27UD68P 3840x2160 UHD IPS FreeSync LED Monitor for $339.99 - 10% off w/ promo code OFIDOZ = $305.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 1,000:1
  • Viewing Angle: 178° / 178°
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
BuyDig via Google Express has 27" LG 27GK750F-B 1080p 240Hz FreeSync Gaming Monitor for $269 - $21.52 w/ coupon code JHRRTD = $247.48. Shipping is free.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Response Time: 2ms GTG
  • Refresh Rate: 240Hz
  • Viewing Angle: 170° / 160°
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Panel Type: TN
  • Inputs:
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x Display Port
    • 2x USB 3.0
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Good price, good monitor, good seller.
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Good price, good monitor, good seller.
Do I need a fancy video card to push this. Right now I just want to use this with my top of the line Macbook for work. Will this allow me to use it or do I need some crazy card to push 240hz
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How can I figure out if my computer can work decently with these monitors? I think im bottle necked by the CPU with an i7-2600 and an Evga 1060 6gb. Currently using a 1080p 60 Hz monitor
well, your computer will certainly work with either.

In the case of the 240hz 1080p, it will push as many frames as it can. on the desktop and some older or lighter games, you might well see 240fps for a significant portion of the time (and certainly north of the 60fps your currently restricted to).

More advanced games would run at whatever level they can,

My major concern would be 1080p on a 27" display. the pixel density is a little below optimal IMO. unless youre a budding esports g4m3r, 240hz might be a little overkill for most games.

The 4k monitor... yeah, you'll struggle for most games to maintain an acceptable framerate at 4k, though you can just run them at 1080p when nescessary. Its an even fraction, no split pixels, it will look a little crisper, and if/when you upgrade your system, your monitor will be ready for it.

Then again, if youre buying a monitor for later, you could buy it later, and maybe a year or 2 down the line, $300 buys you a 4k 120hz screen, or a 4k 60hz with freesync or something.
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The fact that the 4K IPS panel barely has any bezels on the sides showing has me really wanting to get it at that price, but Idk how reliable BuyDig is...
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Do I need a fancy video card to push this. Right now I just want to use this with my top of the line Macbook for work. Will this allow me to use it or do I need some crazy card to push 240hz
your macbook will put out as many frames as it can, if it can do 240, it will, if it can only do 120, it will, if it can only do 57, it will.

How many it can do will depend on what you're doing. In general, its only games that really stress frame rates. any desktop based application is trivial on graphics load, even at 240fps.

But then again... Its really only games that make a visible difference on frame rates, which probably isnt your thing on a macbook... If you are gaming, your exact capabilities will depend on your GPU spec.

surfing the web at 240fps will be rather imperceptible unless you like to spin the mouse wheel and see how smooth the scroll is....

Even for videos, 240fps is all but unheard of.
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Do I need a fancy video card to push this. Right now I just want to use this with my top of the line Macbook for work. Will this allow me to use it or do I need some crazy card to push 240hz
First of all, which monitor in the OP are you referring to: 1080p or 4K.
Second, what are the specs of your Macbook, such as year/model (Air, Pro, etc.)? I'm assuming your Macbook comes w/ an iGPU.
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First of all, which monitor in the OP are you referring to: 1080p or 4K.
Second, what are the specs of your Macbook, such as year/model (Air, Pro, etc.)? I'm assuming your Macbook comes w/ an iGPU.
Sorry brother, been a long day my apologies for leaving out key info. The 4k and my card is AMD Radeon Pro Vega 16
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Man I thought this was an OLED monitor. Looking for OLED monitor that is less than 32". I know I can buy a 55in OLED TV but I want a monitor so I can put it on my desk and look at it closer.

Been searching really hard. Asus is coming out with one but it's 5K not available here yet. Anybody have any information where I can buy an OLED monitor. Some laptops have OLED but looking for a stand-alone monitor.
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your macbook will put out as many frames as it can, if it can do 240, it will, if it can only do 120, it will, if it can only do 57, it will.

How many it can do will depend on what you're doing. In general, its only games that really stress frame rates. any desktop based application is trivial on graphics load, even at 240fps.

But then again... Its really only games that make a visible difference on frame rates, which probably isnt your thing on a macbook... If you are gaming, your exact capabilities will depend on your GPU spec.

surfing the web at 240fps will be rather imperceptible unless you like to spin the mouse wheel and see how smooth the scroll is....

Even for videos, 240fps is all but unheard of.
Thank you for this, it was very helpful!
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How does this compare to the ul500? It seems it doesn't have hdr10?
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well, your computer will certainly work with either.

In the case of the 240hz 1080p, it will push as many frames as it can. on the desktop and some older or lighter games, you might well see 240fps for a significant portion of the time (and certainly north of the 60fps your currently restricted to).

More advanced games would run at whatever level they can,

My major concern would be 1080p on a 27" display. the pixel density is a little below optimal IMO. unless youre a budding esports g4m3r, 240hz might be a little overkill for most games.

The 4k monitor... yeah, you'll struggle for most games to maintain an acceptable framerate at 4k, though you can just run them at 1080p when nescessary. Its an even fraction, no split pixels, it will look a little crisper, and if/when you upgrade your system, your monitor will be ready for it.

Then again, if youre buying a monitor for later, you could buy it later, and maybe a year or 2 down the line, $300 buys you a 4k 120hz screen, or a 4k 60hz with freesync or something.
Thanks was helpful I'm guessing for my main type of games I dont need 240 hz anyway mostly mmorpgs. Will probably look for atleast a UWQHD 120 hz and will be decent for an upgraded rig down the road. For anybody else wondering I got my dad a monitor from buydig 2 years ago and still runs fine today never had an issue.
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It says this monitor will only works on Windows 10. Is that true? If I hook it up to a Windows 7 desktop it will not work?
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It says this monitor will only works on Windows 10. Is that true? If I hook it up to a Windows 7 desktop it will not work?

This will work on Windows 7 or any other operating system or computer for that matter. As long as you have an HDMI or Displayport connection you should be good to go.
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This will work on Windows 7 or any other operating system or computer for that matter. As long as you have an HDMI or Displayport connection you should be good to go.
However to work at 4k60 you need to make sure your graphics card supports it. They probably put windows 7 in there because they assume people who aren't aware of this who are still running windows 7 probably have too old of PCs to use it at its full resolution.
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