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27" LG UltraGear 27GL83A-B QHD G-Sync Gaming Monitor EXPIRED

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Amazon has 27" LG UltraGear 27GL83A-B QHD G-Sync Gaming Monitor on sale for $319.99. Shipping is free. Thanks zainy

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  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Response Time: 1ms
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • NVIDIA G-Sync Compatible
  • Adjustable Stand (Tilt/Height)
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The LG 27GL83A is basically the sRGB color gamut version of the popular LG 27GL850.

https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GL83A...B07YGZL8XF

Rtings review: https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re.../27gl83a-b
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If you missed the Acer Predator XB271HU deal from earlier today, don't fret cuz this is the better monitor for a cheaper price. It's a newer panel, 10 bit color rather than 8 bit, slightly faster pixel response time and input lag, and is G-sync compatible. The Acer was overpriced to begin with and today there's not much difference between actual G-sync and G-sync compatible. You can't go wrong with either monitor but for your money this is the better value, and imo the better screen.
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Saw an ad scan in a reddit thread for amazon and it literally just changed from $379.99 to $319.99 while I was commenting. Aside from bad contrast in dark rooms (like most IPS) this thing is supposed to be a beast with a much better panel than the Acer Predator that sold out already. It's also 100% sRGB. I'd Jump on it.

https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GL83A...945&sr=8-3
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Saw an ad scan in a reddit thread for amazon and it literally just changed from $379.99 to $319.99 while I was commenting. Aside from bad contrast in dark rooms (like most IPS) this thing is supposed to be a beast with a much better panel than the Acer Predator that sold out already. It's also 100% sRGB. I'd Jump on it.

https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GL83A...945&sr=8-3

https://www.amazon.com/LG-27GL83A...945&sr=8-3
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This looks like a pretty good deal to me given that this monitor only came out a month ago. The specs are good on paper. 1440p 144hz "nvidia certified" freesync. And it performs pretty well compared to 500$ monitors like the Asus PG279Q according to rtings.com
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If you missed the Acer Predator XB271HU deal from earlier today, don't fret cuz this is the better monitor for a cheaper price. It's a newer panel, 10 bit color rather than 8 bit, slightly faster pixel response time and input lag, and is G-sync compatible. The Acer was overpriced to begin with and today there's not much difference between actual G-sync and G-sync compatible. You can't go wrong with either monitor but for your money this is the better value, and imo the better screen.
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Freesync and gsync?
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Is there really a point in getting the dci-p3 wide color gamut for gaming and general desktop use without HDR? My research tells me no. That makes this monitor the best bang for your buck, imo. I'll put the $130 saved on the 27GL850 towards a future upgrade.
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Is there really a point in getting the dci-p3 wide color gamut for gaming and general desktop use without HDR? My research tells me no. That makes this monitor the best bang for your buck, imo. I'll put the $130 saved on the 27GL850 towards a future upgrade.
The hdr on the 850 is a joke anyway
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850 and this one, tangled. Any suggestions? Just don't know if $130 extra worth for a nano ips one?
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The hdr on the 850 is a joke anyway
Exactly. And I don't need USB inputs on a monitor.

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850 and this one, tangled. Any suggestions? Just don't know if $130 extra worth for a nano ips one?
See my post above. Unless you have a specific use for wide color gamut or need USB inputs (In 30 years of PC use I never needed USB inputs on my monitor) I think the 27GL83A is the way to go. I just bought one myself.
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And thank you. Been waiting for 1440p 144 under $350 but didn't want a old monitor. Returning the 1080p from Costco
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This looks like a pretty good deal to me given that this monitor only came out a month ago. The specs are good on paper. 1440p 144hz "nvidia certified" freesync. And it performs pretty well compared to 500$ monitors like the Asus PG279Q according to rtings.com
It's kind of a get what you pay for thing. The 279q has better color accuracy. However that 279q is also famous for dead pixels and not always getting a good one on the first go in a percentage that seems a little high. i went through 2 before i got a perfect one

This new LG IPS g-sync line is like the value King and I even have one for a secondary monitor but they aren't really on the same level as a 279q. Now if you don't have really particular eyes you probably will never notice but if you put them right next to each other you can see it
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