Originally Posted by stargate125645
Sorry if I misunderstood your intentions with your wording.
No problem, it happens sometimes since I am not native English and sometimes I can write something that looks different from what I actually meant. I changed conclusion a bit to make sure that everyone understand that by saying 'no G-sync' model I mean no LG G-sync model. Also removed specific model names of Asus and Acer monitors, I agree they are no needed there. As for information about them, I think there are enough customer reviews and forum threads in web about those monitors and their quality issues and there is no need to point anyone to them since they are very easy to find, and if someone found this thread, he can find others too.
This Acer you mentioned... If someone cares about low framerates support with FreeSync, he need hack it anyway since 48-75 Hz is still high, so there is no really a big difference here, if someone is bothered with low framerates support then 48 FPS is still to high. Slight differences in contrast ratio is also not an argument for taking risk with faulty monitor instead of getting quality one that known for its exceptional quality compared to competition.
Its not like I am LG fanboy or something, I just had very hard time with finding quality ultrawide, returned or exchanged few of them, and then got even more discouraged after making wider research and seeing that even terribly expensive in Poland Acer and Asus models have even more issues than much cheaper ultrawides I had before and returned, but this LG model saved the situation and this is why I am doing those reviews or forum thread, I want to share my experience and recommend quality product from manufacturer that really listened to feedback and addressed a lot of issues, while others are still making terribly faulty monitors and are not improving. First LG ultrawides were also garbage with extreme issues, but they improved and I am giving them credit for that because other manufactures didn't improve.