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27" LG 27UL650-W 4K HDR FreeSync IPS Gaming Monitor

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Amazon has 27" LG 27UL650-W 4K HDR FreeSync IPS Gaming Monitor on sale for $378 -> Now $379.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Milkbone

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  • Resolution: 3840x2160
  • Response Time (GTG): 5ms
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • HDR10, AMD FreeSync
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • VESA Mountable
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
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LG 27UL650-W 27 Inch 4K UHD LED Monitor with VESA DisplayHDR 400, White

https://www.amazon.com/LG-27UL650...way&sr=8-2

27 inch UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS display
VESA DisplayHDR 400
sRGB 99% Color Gamut
3-Side Virtually Borderless Dsplay
Radeon FreeSync
60 hertz
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Newegg had the LG 27BL85U-W on sale for $389 twice in the last month. Probably will again. B&H price matched for me. 3 year warranty, usb c and onboard speakers. Big step up from the 650 series.
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UL is the newer model than UK. Both support HDR10. UL is just certified HDR400. HDR400 is fake HDR, no where close to the 1000 nits to be actual HDR. In reality, there is no difference between the two regarding HDR. UL does have displayport 1.4, while UK only has 1.2.

I just bought the UL600 and its a real nice display. The 4k youtube videos are really impressive on it after fine tuning a custom profile. Doesn't look as good as my OLED, but really good for an everyday pc monitor.
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what is the different between
UL650 and UK650 ?
One says HDR10 another HDR400 ???
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Waiting for deals on the 850 model (USB-C)
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what is the different between
UL650 and UK650 ?
One says HDR10 another HDR400 ???
UL is the newer model than UK. Both support HDR10. UL is just certified HDR400. HDR400 is fake HDR, no where close to the 1000 nits to be actual HDR. In reality, there is no difference between the two regarding HDR. UL does have displayport 1.4, while UK only has 1.2.

I just bought the UL600 and its a real nice display. The 4k youtube videos are really impressive on it after fine tuning a custom profile. Doesn't look as good as my OLED, but really good for an everyday pc monitor.
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what is the different between
UL650 and UK650 ?
One says HDR10 another HDR400 ???
I owned both monitor and UL fixes the low light problems with 400nits.
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I owned both monitor and UL fixes the low light problems with 400nits.
Thanks, repped. I have the UK myself. Do you think it will be any prob for a laptop to drive dual 4k mons for office work? I might buy this as a second.
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Waiting for deals on the 850 model (USB-C)
Newegg had the LG 27BL85U-W on sale for $389 twice in the last month. Probably will again. B&H price matched for me. 3 year warranty, usb c and onboard speakers. Big step up from the 650 series.
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Newegg had the LG 27BL85U-W on sale for $389 twice in the last month. Probably will again. B&H price matched for me. 3 year warranty, usb c and onboard speakers. Big step up from the 650 series.
What's the difference between a TB3 mon and a USB-C mon in real world use?
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What's the difference between a TB3 mon and a USB-C mon in real world use?
https://thunderbolttechnology.net/blog/difference-between-usb-c-and-thunderbolt-3
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1) Where can I find help fine tuning my 1440p, 144Hz, 27" Asus monitor?
2) What's a good deal on a true HDR10 27" 1440p?
1)r/monitors
2) If it's exists, I don't think it would be cheap, probably in the +$1000 range.

https://www.displayninja.com/hdr-monitor-list/

Looked like a good source of info on the subject.
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Great monitor. I bought 3 of the non-adjustable variety on cybermonday and they are wonderful to the eye.

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Great monitor. I bought 3 of the non-adjustable variety on cybermonday and they are wonderful to the eye.

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You use triple 4k monitor setup?
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UL is the newer model than UK. Both support HDR10. UL is just certified HDR400. HDR400 is fake HDR, no where close to the 1000 nits to be actual HDR. In reality, there is no difference between the two regarding HDR. UL does have displayport 1.4, while UK only has 1.2.

I just bought the UL600 and its a real nice display. The 4k youtube videos are really impressive on it after fine tuning a custom profile. Doesn't look as good as my OLED, but really good for an everyday pc monitor.
What profile did you use? Can you post it by chance?
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