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32" LG 32GK850G-B 2560x1440 G-Sync 144Hz Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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BuyDig.com has 32" LG 32GK850G-B QHD Gaming Monitor for $429 when you apply promo code WFW179 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian

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  • Resolution: 2560x1440 (QHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz (up to 165Hz w/ OverClock)
  • Response Time: 5ms
  • Viewing Angles: 178° H / 178° V
  • Brightness: 350nits
  • Panel Type: VA
  • G-Sync (NVIDIA Adaptive Sync) support
  • Tilt, Height, Swivel & Pivot adjustment
  • Ports
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 1x HDMI
    • USB3.0 (1up / 2 down) supports Quick Charge
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I have this monitor and love it. I feel like it's the perfect size for 1440p (purely personal preference) since the DPI is equivalent to a 24" monitor in 1080p.

It did take me a bit to get used to how the text looked. Gaming seems great, blacks are deep and black and perfect for watching movies. Didn't notice any smearing during fast passed gaming but my eye may not be as keen as others.

I think it's a nice middle ground between a TN panel and IPS panel for looks and performance. Would buy again.
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Damn good discount/deal.
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I'm waiting for a curved monitor with the same specs, what do you think guys?
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I'm waiting for a curved monitor with the same specs, what do you think guys?
I think 32inch should be 4k. This resolution is better for 27 inch. But it's just my reference.
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I have this monitor and love it. I feel like it's the perfect size for 1440p (purely personal preference) since the DPI is equivalent to a 24" monitor in 1080p.

It did take me a bit to get used to how the text looked. Gaming seems great, blacks are deep and black and perfect for watching movies. Didn't notice any smearing during fast passed gaming but my eye may not be as keen as others.

I think it's a nice middle ground between a TN panel and IPS panel for looks and performance. Would buy again.
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I think 32inch should be 4k. This resolution is better for 27 inch. But it's just my reference.
for heavy text/productivity stuff i might agree. for gaming/videos and general use, i think this is great.

i bought a dell 27" 1440p 144hz gsync for $450 (open box) maybe a year or two ago, so this is pretty good. i'd be tempted if i was in the market.
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If you're just looking for 32 inch with 1440p and 144hz the Pixio monitor is a better deal at 270, just my opinion. And the Pixio is 165hz to boot
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for heavy text/productivity stuff i might agree. for gaming/videos and general use, i think this is great.

i bought a dell 27" 1440p 144hz gsync for $450 (open box) maybe a year or two ago, so this is pretty good. i'd be tempted if i was in the market.
This is good feedback. I appreciate. I'm waiting for a 27" for that reason.
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Response time 5ms
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Also same on walmart with extra bundles
http://www.walmart.com/ip/LG-32-Q.../178043084
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I think 32inch should be 4k. This resolution is better for 27 inch. But it's just my reference.
The problem with 32" at 4k is you need so much more of a powerful graphics card, maybe even SLI if you can get games that support it nowadays, to get 144hz @ 4k. This one even overclocks to 165hz, so good luck getting recent games to those frame rates at 4k. So then, you'd be better off just getting a 32" 4k 60hz panel at a much lower price point, so QHD is an excellent compromise. If you want 4k for the clarity, get 2 panels, this and a 4k 60hz panel and switch as needed. I'm using a 32" curved 144hz AOC panel for gaming, then a Monoprice 32" 4k panel for productivity and it works great with a GTX 2070. I get 144hz at QHD in pretty much any game I play and it looks great. If I had to jump to 4k @ 144hz, it would take quite a bit more graphics card, if even possible today to get there.
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I think 32inch should be 4k. This resolution is better for 27 inch. But it's just my reference.
Nah, I have a 32" 1440p/144hz curved panel. I thought it'd be too big, and I'd notice pixels. However, I don't. Its quite a good monitor too. Some of these lg panels do suffer from some bad glow though. But at this price, I feel it'd be worth the chance of getting one with bad bleed. At the time, it was this or the Samsung c32hg70(picked the samsung).
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Where's the 27" with 1ms for 329$ at 😲That's what I want lol
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Other than the fact that it's a VA panel, not bad for what you get.
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