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Costco Members: 35" LG 35WN65C-B 3440x1440 100Hz UltraWide VA FreeSync Monitor EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: Costco Members: 35" LG 35WN65C-B 3440x1440 100Hz UltraWide Curved VA FreeSync Monitor for $349.99. Shipping is free.

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Specs (source):
  • Resolution: 3440x1440 (UWQHD)
  • Refresh Rate: 100Hz
  • Response Time: 5ms (GtG)
  • Viewing Angles: 178/178 Degrees
  • HDR10, FreeSync, RGB 99% Color Gamut
  • Panel Type: VA
  • Tilt/Height Adjustable Stand
  • VESA: 100x100mm
  • Inputs
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x DisplayPort
    • 2x USB Downstream
    • 1x USB Upstream

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I saw this at my local Costco store, and sure enough it's available online as well. $150 off or 30%. Pretty good specs.

VA display
3440 x 1440 Resolution

100Hz Refresh Rate

5ms Response Time

AMD FreeSync Technology

HDMI, Display Port and USB 3.0 Cables Included

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vapor22 asked this question on 05-26-2022 at 04:38 PM
05-26-2022 at 04:38 PM
Unless I missed something, no. And it’s a little clunky to switch sources using the single directional control button and onscreen menu. I have one computer on hdmi2 and one on the Display Port, and every now and then I accidentally switch to the hdmi1 source and have to wait for it to update before I can switch again. Would be great to have a separate input selector button.

That being said, it’s still an awesome monitor for the price.
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According to LG website, you need to use a DisplayPort cable to achieve the 100Hz. Any HDMI will be limited to 75Hz

I couldn't, for the life of me, find the curve radius. Very strange, I even downloaded the manual and it was not listed there either.
VA panels usually have better black levels and higher contrast.

IPS panels tend to handle motion better.

Both can be used for gaming, neither is 'bad.' Just depends on personal preference.
I got one of these some months back. Works great for wide excel sheets and consolidating two monitors into one. Good height adjustment. No light bleed on mine. IPS is definitely better but a ultra wide IPS monitor is well over a grand. Overall I love it.

It's true, 100hz is only for displayport and hdmi maxes out at 85hz. I see a difference from 100 to 85, but 85 is still better than 60!

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This is a pretty solid monitor for programming. The refresh rate is a bit misleading, you may need to have proper hardware/cable to accomplish the max refresh rate.
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Is this the monitor people say has bad light bleed at bevels?
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This is a pretty solid monitor for programming. The refresh rate is a bit misleading, you may need to have proper hardware/cable to accomplish the max refresh rate.
According to LG website, you need to use a DisplayPort cable to achieve the 100Hz. Any HDMI will be limited to 75Hz

I couldn't, for the life of me, find the curve radius. Very strange, I even downloaded the manual and it was not listed there either.
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OP forgot to include VA not IPS
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According to LG website, you need to use a DisplayPort cable to achieve the 100Hz. Any HDMI will be limited to 75Hz

I couldn't, for the life of me, find the curve radius. Very strange, I even downloaded the manual and it was not listed there either.
can't find it either, but for some reason i remember it being 1800r when i researched and bought it last year (returned due to ghosting/black smearing, but a good monitor otherwise). i remember the curve being very inoffensive.

hdmi limits it to 85hz (not much diff).
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OP forgot to include VA not IPS
Is VA bad for gaming?
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I see Python code on the first screen.
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I got one of these some months back. Works great for wide excel sheets and consolidating two monitors into one. Good height adjustment. No light bleed on mine. IPS is definitely better but a ultra wide IPS monitor is well over a grand. Overall I love it.

It's true, 100hz is only for displayport and hdmi maxes out at 85hz. I see a difference from 100 to 85, but 85 is still better than 60!
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I've got this monitor. Using it for iOS development with a M1 Max MacBook Pro via a Thunderbolt 3 Dock and DisplayPort cable. It's pretty good. I love the 100hz refresh rate, but I've also got it next to a Dell 27" 4K IPS monitor and it took a few weeks to be ok with the resolution difference and the VA panel. It still kind of bothers me how "separated" from the surface the actual display panel is. If you look at it from an angle you'll lose the edges of your content. But I'm sure that's every VA panel.
At this price there's no IPS display that comes close though. I'd 100% buy it again.
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Is VA bad for gaming?
VA panels usually have better black levels and higher contrast.

IPS panels tend to handle motion better.

Both can be used for gaming, neither is 'bad.' Just depends on personal preference.
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Just wanted to share my experience with this monitor - now that I have had it for a year or so. This is an awesome ultrawide monitor. Great 1440p resolution and the 100hz refresh rate is a big step up and noticeable than standard 60/75hz.

Great for everyday use - side by side windows etc. but also great for gaming. I play several games at native resolution and I have a 5700XT card - which handles it fairly well with decent FPS. Skyrim on ultrawide is awesome !

I compared it side by side with the IPS panel (does not have the 100Hz) - and the colors I thought were better / more realistic with better contrast on the VA panel.

Could care less for the OnScreen control software. Its not bad but a bit clumsy to use
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Just wanted to share my experience with this monitor. I use it to wfh and I would say it's equivalent to 1.5 27" monitors. Its enough for me to have slack running on the side and chrome or an ide running on most of the screen. It has a usb hub built in with easy height adjustment. Currently connected to my 2019 macbook pro. Best buy sells a version with usb-c so you can avoid using an adaptor, but once it's in place I forget about it. The built in speakers are loud and clear enough for podcasts and/or zoom calls. Plus the costco warranty can't be beat. Highly recommend at this price.
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Just wanted to share my experience with this monitor - now that I have had it for a year or so. This is an awesome ultrawide monitor. Great 1440p resolution and the 100hz refresh rate is a big step up and noticeable than standard 60/75hz.

Great for everyday use - side by side windows etc. but also great for gaming. I play several games at native resolution and I have a 5700XT card - which handles it fairly well with decent FPS. Skyrim on ultrawide is awesome !

I compared it side by side with the IPS panel (does not have the 100Hz) - and the colors I thought were better / more realistic with better contrast on the VA panel.

Could care less for the OnScreen control software. Its not bad but a bit clumsy to use
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