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LG 32GN650-B 32” 165Hz Ultragear QHD (2560 x 1440) Gaming Monitor with 1ms Motion Blur Reduction, HDR 10 Support and AMD FreeSync – Black $296.99

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This is the 165Hz version of the 144Hz front page a few days ago. Same price.

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For the price, seems really good.

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re.../32gn650-b
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VA panel and no G-Sync compatibility, in case anyone wants to know.
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I'm thinking of getting a 32" to replace my 27" 1440 and use the 27" as my second monitor in portrait mode. I'm thinking a curved 32" might be better than flat for me though to try to minimize head movement. Does that reasonable? 32" flat too big for general use?
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Beware, amazon reviews are showing these monitors do not support 1440p @ 120Hz with current gen consoles. It will do 1080p @ 120Hz though.
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Is this comparable to the dell dg3220 or are they pretty different? I'd like to get it as a second monitor
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Quote from oneness :
I'm thinking of getting a 32" to replace my 27" 1440 and use the 27" as my second monitor in portrait mode. I'm thinking a curved 32" might be better than flat for me though to try to minimize head movement. Does that reasonable? 32" flat too big for general use?
I prefer 32/1440 as same DPI as 24/1080.

I have a 32QK500 and I love it.

For productivity its glorious.
For RTS its glorious.
I dont really notice any issues with FPS games (doom/control/OW) and head movement... though I font have a curved display to compare to.

Personally im a fan of the ergonomics of the screen. I can sit further away and see everything.

I'm considering the 650 simply for the refresh rate. Though not being an IPS makes me a bit sad for video editing.
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Quote from Sowhoknows :
Is this comparable to the dell dg3220 or are they pretty different? I'd like to get it as a second monitor
Comparable yes.

Looks like better stand, curved, brighter, bad colors without calibration, response is slower, though input lag is roughly equal.

So for $120 more, only you can determine if that is better for you.


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https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...l/s3220dgf
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VA panel and no G-Sync compatibility, in case anyone wants to know.
It is G-Sync compatible.
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Freesync, not G-Sync.
"Since Nvidia drivers 418.x or so, FreeSync is now supported for all Nvidia GPUs above 1000 series. They refer to it as "GSYNC compatible" displays..."

https://boilingsteam.com/amd-free...uess%3F%29.
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"Since Nvidia drivers 418.x or so, FreeSync is now supported for all Nvidia GPUs above 1000 series. They refer to it as "GSYNC compatible" displays..."

https://boilingsteam.com/amd-free...uess%3F%29 [boilingsteam.com].
"While the monitor is not certified as G-SYNC Compatible by NVIDIA, you can use VRR with GeForce GTX 10-series or newer graphics cards over DisplayPort, but the performance is not guaranteed to be smooth."
https://www.displayninja.com/lg-32gn650-review/

So while 10-series and above NVIDIA GPUs might work well with this monitor, I don't think that's what they mean by G-SYNC Compatible. I have the the LG 34GP83A-B, which is listed on LG's own website as G-SYNC Compatible
https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ng-monitor
while the LG 32GN650-B is not.
https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg...ng-monitor
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I'm thinking of getting a 32" to replace my 27" 1440 and use the 27" as my second monitor in portrait mode. I'm thinking a curved 32" might be better than flat for me though to try to minimize head movement. Does that reasonable? 32" flat too big for general use?
It depends on what you're using it for. I have a 32" curved and really like it but for games that you need to keep an eye on the whole screen the size is a bit big. It might sound weird but you have less in your vision, without having to move your eyes off the center than you would with a 27" and under. Still I would 100% recommend a curved over flat for 32"
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It depends on what you're using it for. I have a 32" curved and really like it but for games that you need to keep an eye on the whole screen the size is a bit big. It might sound weird but you have less in your vision, without having to move your eyes off the center than you would with a 27" and under. Still I would 100% recommend a curved over flat for 32"
I don't mind looking around the screen. I do that now with my 27" 2560x1440 Asus PB287. I think I'd like the wow aspect of a 32" and I'll make this one my secondary screen in portrait. I'm a casual game, though I do get competitive playing ROcket League.

Replacing my current 27" with another wouldnt feel as much like an upgrade as going to 32"+ would
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