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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-25-2020, 03:04 AM - Thread Starter
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27GN950, C49G95T, PG27UQ, PG32UQX - what is best monitor for game on summer 2020?

27GN950 - 3840x2160 160fps HDR600 (800USD)

C49G95T - 5120x1440 240fps hdr1000 (1500USD)

PG27UQ - 3840x2160 144fps hdr1000 FALD 384 (1100USD - on ebay around 900)

PG32UQX - 3840x2160 144fps hdr1400 FALD 1152 miniled (3600USD)

Also sure analog to Asus from Acer (X27 etc), & bestbuy ratio cost/quality Samsung C27G75T 2560x1440 240fps hdr600 (600USD).

Ineteresting your`s opinion.

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No competition; the PG32UQX. But there is no way it's coming out by summer. I'm thinking Q4 at the very earliest with 1H 2021 the likeliest.

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No competition; the PG32UQX. But there is no way it's coming out by summer. I'm thinking Q4 at the very earliest with 1H 2021 the likeliest.
So, maybe you right, too late for me, on 2-nd place in this case?
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if pg32uqx is not here by September I might just buy a 8k Tele.
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if pg32uqx is not here by September I might just buy a 8k Tele.
LG OLED C9 and E9 and CX exactly a very good, better then any desktop monitor for HDR games.
But I need pixel density, I'm sitting point-blank to the table. 55'' size is huge.
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LG OLED C9 and E9 and CX exactly a very good, better then any desktop monitor for HDR games.
But I need pixel density, I'm sitting point-blank to the table. 55'' size is huge.
I agree about this. A lot of people talk about TVs like the C9 as if they are here to replace everyones display. But I feel like they are completely ignoring that most people looking for a monitor aren't sitting at least 6 feet away from their desk.

Yes, its a pretty screen, yes its amazingly priced for what it is, and yes its huge. But the problem is the size, and I don't to be cranking my neck to look at it. And I have a 34 inch UW for my main display, and some people complain that 34 inch is too big. (Its not, it really not that big.)
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Keep the C9 for games and an secondary VESA mounted monitor for all your desktop needs, that's what I do. I'm not sure why this is so difficult, most people have been running dual displays for years already. I absolutely agree that 55" is far too big and not practical as a desktop monitor, but if you aren't going to at least do something to include an OLED in your setup then you are hugely missing out on an awesome gaming experience.

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LG OLED C9 and E9 and CX exactly a very good, better then any desktop monitor for HDR games.
But I need pixel density, I'm sitting point-blank to the table. 55'' size is huge.
I already have a C9 the PG32UQX would be replacing my current pc monitor. not the Oled and I switch between oled and pc monitor atm.
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Keep the C9 for games and an secondary VESA mounted monitor for all your desktop needs, that's what I do. I'm not sure why this is so difficult, most people have been running dual displays for years already. I absolutely agree that 55" is far too big and not practical as a desktop monitor, but if you aren't going to at least do something to include an OLED in your setup then you are hugely missing out on an awesome gaming experience.
Because its not logical to sacrifice comfort and forcefully fit a tv of that size just because "OLED".
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Quote: Originally Posted by MistaSparkul View Post
Keep the C9 for games and an secondary VESA mounted monitor for all your desktop needs, that's what I do. I'm not sure why this is so difficult, most people have been running dual displays for years already. I absolutely agree that 55" is far too big and not practical as a desktop monitor, but if you aren't going to at least do something to include an OLED in your setup then you are hugely missing out on an awesome gaming experience.
Because its not logical to sacrifice comfort and forcefully fit a tv of that size just because "OLED".
Lol i find not doing that isn't logical but ok. We all got different opinions.

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