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post #201 of 210 (permalink) Unread 02-01-2019, 02:15 PM
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Do you already know more about the LG 27GL850G?
This is my last hope for a sharp 144Hz monitor.
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post #202 of 210 (permalink) Unread 02-01-2019, 02:53 PM
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I can check the web just like everyone else. The last info is probably from TFTC and LG web is up:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/blog/lg-...el-and-g-sync/
https://www.lg.com/us/monitors/lg-27...gaming-monitor

You could try asking LG but 99.999% they won't tell you when it will be available or at what price.

Even those in the review business don't often know much more and only get the same announcements as everyone else.

There is S2719DGF review on rtings now. A TN.

I would guess no earlier than Q3 for the LG 27GL850G. With Gsync module probably 600+ EUR as always.
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I had already asked LG a few weeks ago, but couldn't tell me anything because he had just been introduced.


I assume that a price between 650-800€ will be charged, as long as the monitor does the right thing, especially in the sharpness it should be fine with me.
That was always good with LG in combination with their panels.

I prefer G-Sync rather because you know that Overdrive is set correctly, which is not the case with Freesync 90%.
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But it doesnt even look like the other user posted from the VG270UP.
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So I bought the XV272UP to try it out.

Conclusion: It's bad. OD is very badly tuned and the BLB is horrible.
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So I bought the XV272UP to try it out.

Conclusion: It's bad. OD is very badly tuned and the BLB is horrible.
The innolux panel is supposed to be slower than the AUO panels. On the other hand. How are the colors?
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The innolux panel is supposed to be slower than the AUO panels. On the other hand. How are the colors?
Not really. The AUO panels are specced at 12ms by AUO and the Innolux panels are specced at 8-9ms by innolux. Colors were very good. You also had the option to change color gamut. But backlight strobing is a useless function in it's current state.
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Not really. The AUO panels are specced at 12ms by AUO and the Innolux panels are specced at 8-9ms by innolux. Colors were very good. You also had the option to change color gamut. But backlight strobing is a useless function in it's current state.
I could do with out backlight strobing as it would have a effect on overall picture quality. The color on these seem to blow any VA or TN panel out of the water. Which is why I'm interested. But I've seen complaints about IPS glow which is to be expected.
Some have reported flickering which I don't know if that's true or not. And then the reports of the monitor being slower or what not. I don't mind slower as long as the colors are very good. That's a trade off I can live with and for what's it worth I'm sure it's still faster than a typical 60hz monitor. But based off what others have said. You have to use the 120hz to take advantage of the so called 10 bit panel.
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Isn't it 8bit+FRC anyway? Most non pro monitors advertising 10bit are in fact 8bit+FRC. They may want to boast with 10bit in marketing and specs sheets etc. but the reality tends to differ. 10bit is not useful anyway on consumer level hardware/software and if you need 10bit you have to buy Quadro/Fire "pro" GPU with a "pro" driver that has proper 10bit support
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Isn't it 8bit+FRC anyway? Most non pro monitors advertising 10bit are in fact 8bit+FRC. They may want to boast with 10bit in marketing and specs sheets etc. but the reality tends to differ. 10bit is not useful anyway on consumer level hardware/software and if you need 10bit you have to buy Quadro/Fire "pro" GPU with a "pro" driver that has proper 10bit support
You're right and very knowledgeable.
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