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32" LG 32UK550-B 4K UHD 60Hz 4ms FreeSync VA Monitor EXPIRED

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BH Photo Video has 32" LG 32UK550-B 4K Ultra HD FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $349. Shipping is free. Thanks RobotsRock

Adorama also has 32" LG 32UK550-B 4K Ultra HD FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $346.99. Shipping is free.

Note, temporarily on backorder from Adorama. Expected to ship within 7-14 days from BH Photo Video.

Specs:
  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Brightness: 300 cd/m²
  • Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
  • Viewing Angles: 178º H / 178º V
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Wide Color Gamut (DCI-P3 95%) | HDR10
  • AMD FreeSync Support
  • Height and Tilt Adjustable Stand
  • Ports
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort v1.2
    • 1x Headphone Port
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The previous frontpage deal is back at $349 + tax at BH Photo Video
Expires July 5 at 11:59 PM Eastern

BH Photo Video has 32" LG 32UK550-B 4K Ultra HD FreeSync VA Monitor on sale for $349 + Free Shipping

QA Update: Expected availability: 7-14 business days

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...k_uhd.html

This is the best deal I've found lately for a 32" 4K monitor with a Height Adjustable Stand.

Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K UHD)
Refresh Rate: 60Hz
Response Time: 4ms
Brightness: 300 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio: 3000:1
Viewing Angles: 178º H / 178º V
Panel Type: VA
Wide Color Gamut (DCI-P3 95%) | HDR10
AMD FreeSync support
Height and Tilt Adjustable Stand
Ports
2x HDMI
1x DisplayPort
1x Headphone Port
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very interesting, op. Thanks.

just a little added info-
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Upvoting you just because you included refresh rate in the title. Good job!
It's all about response time. This 4k Monitor has 4ms GTG.
"Is 1ms better than 5ms?
However, everything has a bit more blur, which can disguise the lack of motion blur on games. Run something like that on a 1ms monitor vs a 5ms monitor, and the clarity of text on the map is far easier to see. Use Lightboost or UMLB and it is much better. And like was mentioned, it is a bigger deal at 120hz."
https://forums.tomshardware.com/t...s.2043263/

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very interesting, op. Thanks.

just a little added info-
Mounting-Hole Pattern - None
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Upvoting you just because you included refresh rate in the title. Good job!
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Just ordered a new system with 2080 super, and 10700K would 60fps be a deal killer for me?
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Curious as I'm not gamer, why not use a 32 inch 4K TV instead? Is the refresh rate that much better on a monitor?
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Curious as I'm not gamer, why not use a 32 inch 4K TV instead? Is the refresh rate that much better on a monitor?
Yes, yes it is. My gameplay has gotten much better since switching to a dedicated monitor
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Curious as I'm not gamer, why not use a 32 inch 4K TV instead? Is the refresh rate that much better on a monitor?
It's all about response time. This 4k Monitor has 4ms GTG.
"Is 1ms better than 5ms?
However, everything has a bit more blur, which can disguise the lack of motion blur on games. Run something like that on a 1ms monitor vs a 5ms monitor, and the clarity of text on the map is far easier to see. Use Lightboost or UMLB and it is much better. And like was mentioned, it is a bigger deal at 120hz."
https://forums.tomshardware.com/t...s.2043263/
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So no vesa mount option? Is there a way to be abe to mount this on a vesa mount stand?
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Just ordered a new system with 2080 super, and 10700K would 60fps be a deal killer for me?
Satire? If not, help yourself by getting a 144hz or 240hz monitor.
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Does NOBODY sell a 27/28 inch VA one? I think 32 will be too big because I have to get right up at a monitor, regardless of size, due to a vision issue. So then I'd be moving my head all over the place to read some of the screen.

Also I assume b&h won't let you return it? I know they don't let you return tvs.
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Satire? If not, help yourself by getting a 144hz or 240hz monitor.
There are not hardly any 144hz 4k monitors.
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Is the 60hz a problem for gaming? I'm not real sure what I should be looking for here. I have a PC with AMD Ryzen 7 I believe, but right now it's just hooked up to a tv on the wall. I imagine if I had a monitor I would use it more often.

I'd also like to get into photo editing, but figure any modern monitor is fine for me, a hobbyist that takes pictures when I travel.

Size seems good for me, price seems good for me, am I missing anything?
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There are not hardly any 144hz 4k monitors.
Caveat - there are very few 4k monitors in 32 inch form factor. There are multiple, viable 4k high refresh rate monitors in 27 inch form factor.

There must be a hitch in the manufacturing process because the trends baffle me. There are tons of 27/28 inch offerings but then most jump to 40+ inches. To me, a vesa mountable 32-36 inch 4k monitor would be perfect, but there's only a handful in this size (this one isn't vesa mountable!).

27/28 is basically best for super crisp scaling to effectively around 1080p screen real estate. 40+ inches is too big in opinion and that's actually what I'm using right now (4k TV actually).

I would love industry insight as to why the 4k monitor market is like this. Would 32 inch variants be less popular than I think?
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If it had USB-C I'd be sold.
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