Discussion in 'Computer Monitor Forum' started by cpolish, Dec 28, 2019.
Really can't wait for that monitor.
G7 sure. I think you should away from MSI panels.
With the ASUS XG279Q out of my price range I'm eyeing the LG Ultragear 27GL850-B for my new build next year. Not too worried about the contrast ratio. I've got a 10 year old Alienware Optix that I keep dim for general usage so it's better for my eyes and use Reshade in most games to correct the color and contrast. I also don't use the computer in the dark because my eyes don't like it since I had laser surgery years ago.
I have the LG 27GL850-B and to me, it looks good. I play all my games and am happy as a pig in crap. Whatever you buy, there will always be a negative review. For what it's worth, it'll do just fine. Just buy what makes you happy.
Do you know if the LG 27GL850 has a scaler chip in it or only supports GPU driver resolutions?
Just ordered the 27GL850-B myself.
Hoping to pair it with a RTX 3070 + Cyberpunk 2077 bundle.
Guys i haven t been this much confused to bug a 1440p 144hrz monitor in my entire life, im losing it, im torn, although the g7 looks sick...
I am looking at the lg also the 4k one. Worth the extra £200 over the 1440p version? which looks great and from what have read is a brilliant screen. (the c clear one nano ips).
I don't think your GTX 1080 would play nice with 1440p with today games. I just got one of these i find it to be pretty good.
Checkout Dell S Series
I've got the Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD and it's great.
The latest model Aorus FI27Q-P is AUD$1100. Expensive like ASUS. LG UltraGear 27GL850-B is only AUD$800 with mostly good reviews so it's still top of my list.