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Actually, LG UK have slotted it in for a March 2018 release.

They must have received new info this week then. I based my post on this comment.

Anyway, March is so far away..I was hoping for a nice Xmas gift to accompany my 1080Ti.
If reviews are good and black transitions not too bad I'm probably going to import from US and eat the 25% import tax + no warranty...
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Subbed. May pick this up. I don’t see anywhere where it lists 165HZ tho?



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It's right on the spec sheet.

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I wonder what VA panel this uses? All the other 32 inch 1440p 144Hz VA monitors are curved while this is flat.

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I wonder what VA panel this uses? All the other 32 inch 1440p 144Hz VA monitors are curved while this is flat.

Maybe they asked Samsung not to bend a few smile.gif Or it's a mistake on the specsheet and it's actually IPS. But there's no 32" 144hz IPS (or AHVA) panels on the market. Unless..LG manufactured their own.

Edit: if one of you US guys could get a hold of support and ask what the actual contrast ratio is then we could verify if it's actually VA or IPS.
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I wonder what VA panel this uses? All the other 32 inch 1440p 144Hz VA monitors are curved while this is flat.
Judging by the color gamut, size, and curve (or, rather, lack of), it could have been an order from Innolux. It's not like I see Samsung selling panels to LG, but what the hell do I know.

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It is quite strange for LG to use a VA panel since they are an IPS panel manufacturer. But they also went out of their way to put panel type "VA" on their spec sheet, but then list no contrast ratio.

Actually scratch that, PcMonitors.info gave up some good info:

https://pcmonitors.info/aoc/aoc-q3279vwf-31-5-inch-va-wqhd-freesync-model/

So that is obviously the same panel. 31.5" flat VA 1440P.

Panda LC320HU1A panel.

http://www.panelook.com/LC320HU1A_PANDA_31.5_CELL_overview_24400.html

All the specs are matching up with LG's.

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It is quite strange for LG to use a VA panel since they are an IPS panel manufacturer. But they also went out of their way to put panel type "VA" on their spec sheet, but then list no contrast ratio.

Actually scratch that, PcMonitors.info gave up some good info:

https://pcmonitors.info/aoc/aoc-q3279vwf-31-5-inch-va-wqhd-freesync-model/

So that is obviously the same panel. 31.5" flat VA 1440P.

Panda LC320HU1A panel.

http://www.panelook.com/LC320HU1A_PANDA_31.5_CELL_overview_24400.html

All the specs are matching up with LG's.
But that's a 60Hz panel. LG is 165Hz.

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LG make a solid product, I am curious to see how it pans out.
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