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But that's a 60Hz panel. LG is 165Hz.
The 34'' 100 Hz+ ultrawides are also using a 60 Hz native IPS panel.

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This is available for preorder on Newegg. 11/20/17 release date.
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The 34'' 100 Hz+ ultrawides are also using a 60 Hz native IPS panel.

Nope. The new Alienware is using 100hz native. Review is up on tftcentral posted like 2 days ago. Also in the specs it says 144hz and 165hz oc which indicates 144hz native.
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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.

Miss. It's 60hz. That LG panel is 144hz native and 165hz oc.

I still think it's best to call them and get a clarification on contrast ratio.
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The 34'' 100 Hz+ ultrawides are also using a 60 Hz native IPS panel.

Nope. The new Alienware is using 100hz native. Review is up on tftcentral posted like 2 days ago. Also in the specs it says 144hz and 165hz oc which indicates 144hz native.
I'm aware. My point is that the Asus and Acer ultrawides are 100+ Hz, but the panel is 60 Hz native.

By the same logic, they could overclock a 60 Hz native panel to anywhere north of 100 Hz.

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I still think it's best to call them and get a clarification on contrast ratio.

According to this post it is only 1000:1, which points to IPS/AHVA panel...

Spoke with LG US support this time and it will be coming to Europe a few months after the US and apparently MEGA contrast is actually 1000:1 (Might not be proper VA after all and possibly be a AHVA panel). Finally the guy said it would be in the US around Black Friday to Christmas.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/7a3jos/lg_32gk850gb_page_is_up_first_1440p_gsync_144hz/dp96xzz/

The date has been correct as per Neweggs preorder date, so maybe contrast rate is the same. My guess is it is AHVA panel, thus LG could not label it as IPS monitor. Maybe there was a licensing issues with AOU owning the name... LOL...

and plot thickens... biggrin.gif
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I preordered hoping it was a VA. I also have the Alienware coming and will keep one of the 2.

At least this comes with that Logitech keyboard I can use as a doorstop.

EDIT: LG's 1 year warranty is super scary.
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I'm still questionable about the VA panels and their touted "4ms" response time.

We have a 3D Animator in our office who's got a 1080ti and a samsung 34" CF791 100Hz 4ms VA monitor. I tested a few games on it and it just feels like mush compared to my 1ms dell S2716DG 27" 1440p 144Hz TN monitor.

You can see this thread on the samsung CF791 talking about input lag in the 17-25ms range in real world on a supposed "4ms" monitor.
https://www.overclock.net/t/1609294/tft-central-samsung-cf791-ultra-wide-with-100hz-va-panel-and-freesync/

I'll wait until tftcentral get their hands on it and give us the real numbers.

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I think you are confusing input lag with pixel response. If this actually is VA there's no doubt average G2G is going to be well north of the claimed 5ms which is at the max OD setting (faster).

Also this is a Gsync panel with no additional scaler so input lag will be in the 5ms range or less.

I think the impression of input latency is greatly affected by refresh rate. A 144hz panel is going to feel snappier then a 100hz one. How many people can tell the difference between 5ms (Dell) and 15ms (Samsung). I sure as hell can't but definitely notice the difference between 100hz and 144hz.
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The date has been correct as per Neweggs preorder date, so maybe contrast rate is the same. My guess is it is AHVA panel, thus LG could not label it as IPS monitor. Maybe there was a licensing issues with AOU owning the name... LOL...

and plot thickens... biggrin.gif

All AUO's 144/165hz not ultrawide AHVA panels are 27" so I doubt it's AHVA.

User manual of 32GK850G surfaced:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-Z4ZrgjemwCOG16ZndJQlo0RkdKWTg5RWtRUDBhVmJOYldr
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Nope. The new Alienware is using 100hz native. Review is up on tftcentral posted like 2 days ago. Also in the specs it says 144hz and 165hz oc which indicates 144hz native.
Miss. It's 60hz. That LG panel is 144hz native and 165hz oc.

I still think it's best to call them and get a clarification on contrast ratio.

That doesn't mean anything. The majority of gaming monitors are running refresh rates higher than their panel spec sheet. Not to mention, it could be using the same panel but with a slightly different part number to reflect different refresh rates. This is fairly common, as is making versions of the same panels with smaller "bezels" a slightly different part number too. Doesn't mean at heart it's not the same panel. Two different 31.5" 1440P VA flat panels don't just pop out of thin air at the same time and be completely different. That is not how the display industry works. Significant tooling is involved.

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