LG Launches 1MS 27-inch IPS Gaming Monitor (240Hz)

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    240Hz and cheap because it's only a Full HD (1920x1080) display
     
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    Roger_D25 Ancient Guru

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    As I read the description I kept wondering to myself why it was so cheap, thanks for the heads up SaiBork!
     
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    This looks line my current LG 27GL850-B

    But with 1080p instead 1440p and 240Hz instead 144Hz.

    The one I have is not true HDR. But has an acceptable HDR, very good SDR brightness and amazing colours. Works perfectly with G-Sync.
    The 1MS is a marketing move in my model, but still one of the fatest IPSs and has sufficient low latency for 144Hz (from what I understood).
     

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    Meh, I just can't get excited about "1080p" in 2020. Too underwhelming now. Time to move on passed it, like we did with 1680x1050.
     
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    You can move past it , for $600 and up. But your GPU (your signature) can't push 60 fps @1080, let alone anything higher.
     
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    It looks like 27GL850-B but it's not.

    that panel has true IPS colors and dci-p3 up to 98 % (incorporated variant in Lenovo y27q-20)

    The 1ms is actually 3ms real with normal timings but if you go for extreme overdrive it reaches 1ms but you wont like what you'll see.
     
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    How the fck isn´t 1920x1080 dead already?
     
  9. Venix

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    Buckle up 1080 p would be the dominant resolution for at least few more years !
     

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