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27" LG 27GN880-B UltraGear QHD Nano IPS 1ms 144Hz HDR Monitor w/ Ergo Stand EXPIRED

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BuyDig has 27" LG 27GN880-B UltraGear QHD Nano IPS 1ms 144Hz HDR Monitor w/ Ergo Stand on sale for $359 w/ promo code VEG25 applied in cart. Slickdeals Cashback is available for this store (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  • Screen Size: 27"
  • Resolution: 2560x1440
  • Refresh Rate: 144Hz
  • Response Time: 1ms (GtG at Faster)
  • Display Type: IPS w/ HDR10
  • Color Gamut (Typ.): DCI-P3 98% (CIE1976)
  • G-SYNC Compatible + AMD FreeSync
  • Ergo stand can Extend/Retract/Swivel/Height/Pivot/Tilt

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ninetredecim asked this question on 07-09-2021 at 10:41 AM
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The LG 27GN880-B and the Dell S2721DGF are both 27 inch 1440p monitors. They have very similar response times, but the Dell has a slightly higher refresh rate of 165Hz versus the LG's 144Hz. Feature-wise, the LG comes with a monitor arm with a wider swivel range, and it takes up less desk space. The Dell has a USB hub with four USB ports, whereas the LG has none. If you tend to game in a bright room with a lot of glare, the Dell might be a better choice because it has better reflection handling and gets a bit brighter overall.

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You can't get high frame rates in 4K even with something like a 3090 driving it. This card can barely get 60-75FPS in most AAA games, forget about 120+. High frame rate 4K gaming is still kinda not a thing and probably won't be for another generation of cards. It's nice to know 4K is becoming more available in monitors, but 1440p (2K) will be the sweet spot for a while to come.
I'm having a hard time with finding a decent 1440p card let along 4k.
Yes, 2k/120+ is better than 4k/60

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I have a feeling that sub-4K displays at 144Hz will be popular for a while until we get more GPU's readily available.
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Does the stand clamp to desk or sit flat?? I cannot move my desk so I cannot use a clamp one it has to be a stand that sits flat on the table pls let me know thanks
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I have a feeling that sub-4K displays at 144Hz will be popular for a while until we get more GPU's readily available.
I'm having a hard time with finding a decent 1440p card let along 4k.
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I have a feeling that sub-4K displays at 144Hz will be popular for a while until we get more GPU's readily available.
You can't get high frame rates in 4K even with something like a 3090 driving it. This card can barely get 60-75FPS in most AAA games, forget about 120+. High frame rate 4K gaming is still kinda not a thing and probably won't be for another generation of cards. It's nice to know 4K is becoming more available in monitors, but 1440p (2K) will be the sweet spot for a while to come.
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I have a feeling that sub-4K displays at 144Hz will be popular for a while until we get more GPU's readily available.
1440p/120Hz is the staple of Series X/PS5 gaming as well. 4K/60+ is not there yet for console
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You can't get high frame rates in 4K even with something like a 3090 driving it. This card can barely get 60-75FPS in most AAA games, forget about 120+. High frame rate 4K gaming is still kinda not a thing and probably won't be for another generation of cards. It's nice to know 4K is becoming more available in monitors, but 1440p (2K) will be the sweet spot for a while to come.
Yes, 2k/120+ is better than 4k/60
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Does the stand clamp to desk or sit flat?? I cannot move my desk so I cannot use a clamp one it has to be a stand that sits flat on the table pls let me know thanks
Clamp. It's a very good ergo arm I think.
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Good for graphic design? I need a monitor roughly ~300$ for her birthday
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Would folks go with this over the Gigabyte M27Q for mixed use? (I.e. Normal office work and gaming). At a real quick glance, M27q seems to have better contrast and brightness and color calibration out of the box (all of which are appealing to me), main benefit of the LG is ergonomics?

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https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re.../27gn880-b

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...abyte/m27q
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Does the stand clamp to desk or sit flat?? I cannot move my desk so I cannot use a clamp one it has to be a stand that sits flat on the table pls let me know thanks
I have it clamped on my desk but there was an option to drill through the desk
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Would folks go with this over the Gigabyte M27Q for mixed use? (I.e. Normal office work and gaming). At a real quick glance, M27q seems to have better contrast and brightness and color calibration out of the box (all of which are appealing to me), main benefit of the LG is ergonomics?

Rtings reviews below for reference:

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re.../27gn880-b [rtings.com]

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...abyte/m27q [rtings.com]
I opted for the LG through this deal (thanks OP!) over the Gigabyte. The Rtings review mentioned some minor issues with blurry text which was enough for me to decide I didn't want to deal with it.
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Quote from ShrewdTeam974 :
Would folks go with this over the Gigabyte M27Q for mixed use? (I.e. Normal office work and gaming). At a real quick glance, M27q seems to have better contrast and brightness and color calibration out of the box (all of which are appealing to me), main benefit of the LG is ergonomics?

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https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re.../27gn880-b [rtings.com]

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/re...abyte/m27q [rtings.com]
I have the LG 27GL83A-B.
This has almost an identical panel and I might pick one up.

The biggest difference between these two is the Sub-Pixel layout.
LG uses RGB
G7 uses BGR
This allows the LG to get a little more accurate color Post-Calibration
Also, the sub-pixel layout on the G7 can cause some issues for people and text clarity, others don't care.


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You can't get high frame rates in 4K even with something like a 3090 driving it. This card can barely get 60-75FPS in most AAA games, forget about 120+. High frame rate 4K gaming is still kinda not a thing and probably won't be for another generation of cards. It's nice to know 4K is becoming more available in monitors, but 1440p (2K) will be the sweet spot for a while to come.
I could be wrong, but doesn't Cold War get 4K 120hz on ps5 on a monitor with hdmi 2.1? There are many articles that support this. But it isn't something I have tested.
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