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post #21 of 59 (permalink) Old 01-06-2020, 11:46 AM
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quirks on high end monitors has been quite common recently. Folks with LG's newest hotness having flicker issues is the most recent one i saw.
Which LG model? Flicker complaints seem much more common when Freesync is used. Not as much with G-sync.

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I'll see if I can find it. I can confirm its not on the our front page atm, that's about it. There weren't many posts, but they were all people discussing said issue.

people can say whatever they'd like about Genuine Nvidia GSync Module Sporting Epic Gamer Gear Monitors, but it works like a dream. At least on my AW3420. I like my settings up pretty high, & i also like tear free smooth game play. While major FPS drops are still perceivable, it's only really via latency & frame time & nothing else. No stutter, jutter, guhs, etc.

Luckily at the moment, the 240hz market is so limited that I don't have to debate where I'll end up next. I'm all about that LG CX(or anything smaller that comes along) The pricing for these top tier monitors helps ease the transition to a 45 inch "monitor" as well. I'm just not ready to drop multiple stacks on a screen yet. 1-2? sure. 2+? No thanks.

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Not sure how Acer can think to sell this monitor for $3500 when lg sells an oled 55 inch 120hz 4k for $1000 on ebay all day.I saw one professional seller In another state, i dont remember right now, only pick up brand new for $799.
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HDR already goes too bright for my liking with my c8 which is what? Just over half the nits? I'm good.

Of all the panel spec wars i like this one the least.

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HDR already goes too bright for my liking with my c8 which is what? Just over half the nits? I'm good.

Of all the panel spec wars i like this one the least.
Yeah same with my C7. There are still time where the image is too white and the panel cant go bright enough. I forget what that is called for LG monitors.

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Which LG model? Flicker complaints seem much more common when Freesync is used. Not as much with G-sync.
I'm running 2 of the LG 38gl950 and no flicker.

Been doing some serious gaming over the last week and very impressed with them.
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This monitor sounds like exactly what I’ve been waiting for since 2015. That price, though...I guess the high-end monitor market is now a flat-out rip-off and anyone looking for a good 4K monitor for gaming at a decent (32” and up) size will probably look at TVs instead. I’ve had a 30” Dell 2560x1600 screen since 2011 and absolutely love it. It’s not the best gaming monitor in the world, by far, but it is a very good screen and I’ve been very happy with it.

I very nearly bought an Acer XB321HK several times over the past few years but the many issues I read about these monitors prevented me from doing so. Being in India, I don’t have the luxury of buying and returning a monitor, plus our customs duty, at around 80%, makes importing things an expensive proposition, so rock-solid quality is an absolute prerequisite.

Having gone the OLED route with the LG 65C7 back when the Xbox One X came out, I can attest that these are fantastic screens. If they had a 42” version I’d have it wall mounted above my PC already. I guess 48” is a step in that direction but I can’t help but wonder why they didn’t make one at 42-45” instead of 48”, when they already have a 55” in the product stack. Oh well...maybe 2021!
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I spotted a dell 42' monitor around $1100. Not quite the specs i truly want, but the higher res one's, sellers want a ransom for it. Unless something reasonable (hah) shows up, this dude maybe be getting a dell. Going from 27' to 42' should be very nice upgrade for at least a year.

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