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LG 27UL850-W 27in 4K UHD HDR400 FreeSync IPS LED Monitor with USB-C $579 + Free Shipping @ Wireless1

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    Good price, tempted to upgrade but currently at 1440p 144hz…

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      Mostly a side grade for you. Different use cases/preferences. This is more focused at content creation (to some extent) and slower 4X type games (my games =P) where we're happy with prettier visuals and lower frames rates.

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        I used to play more competitive FPS / MOBA games, however now I mainly play single player games. So it is tempting, but I can't be bothered selling my old monitor and I'm not sure if i'll hate 60 vs 144!

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    Thanks, been holding out for a good second monitor for photo/video/productivity work, finally all the boxes are checked :)

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    you can't come back to 60hz monitor after you have a 144hz one.

    Feel it here
    https://www.testufo.com/

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      I used a 120hz monitor for a month when I was babysitting it for my friend. I could take it or leave it. Free/gsync is a different story. That makes a big difference.

      Personally I prefer the higher resolution given the trade off, and 4k has an easier upgrade path. When 4k120hz, and the required GPU, is cheaper I'll jump on it then.

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    Will 144Hz still work fine with an Nvidia 2070 card?

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      Quite comfortably depending on the game and settings you use. A more demanding game like witcher 3 or similar you may need to turn down a bit to hit the 100+ fps mark. Something like cs:go shouldn't be a problem.

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    i would check the freesync range on this. At 60hz, it's not going to be a wide range. Probably 48-60hz and unless you have a beefy PC or turn down your settings, you might not even be able to keep within that range.

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      My understanding it's 40-60hz, which is a fairly decent range. This however is Freesync 1, so it doesn't come with LFC which is a pain, and I'm not sure if HDR will work with vrr/freesync turned on?

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    thanks, bought one

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    How good would this be for the Xbox one X? I play on a 1ms Asus 1080p monitor. Will the 5ms make a big difference?

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    Had been waiting for sub-$600. Thanks. Bought. 1% cashback…

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    this might sound like a stupid question, does the monitor come with a screen protector installed that needs to be peeled off?

    I honestly can't tell and don't want to go picking on the side of the screen