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LG 34UM88C 34-Inch 3440 x 1440 UltraWide QHD IPS LED Monitor £489.99 @ Amazon

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Product Description LG 34UM88C - LED monitor - 34" - 3440 x 1440 - IPS - 300 cd/m2 - 1000:1 - 5 ms - 2xHDMI, DisplayPort - speakers - HDMI, DisplayPort Box Contains 1 x LG 34UM88C 34-Inch 3440 x … Read More
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LG 34UM88C - LED monitor - 34" - 3440 x 1440 - IPS - 300 cd/m2 - 1000:1 - 5 ms - 2xHDMI, DisplayPort - speakers - HDMI, DisplayPort

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1 x LG 34UM88C 34-Inch 3440 x 1440 UltraWide QHD IPS LED Monitor
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#1
Same price as eBuyer
#2
is it curved
13 Likes #3
aaronace1011
is it curved
No, that's just the way my Calvin Kleins hold it but thanks for asking.
#4
would rather pay £100 and get the curved one.
2 Likes #5
ABigDeal
would rather pay £100 and get the curved one.


£100 more**
#6
Feck is that how much these things cost!
I can get the curved Samsung 34" for same money (after staff discount)
(although it is a refurb - but refurb'd by me :p )

Edited By: Roderz on Aug 07, 2016 13:51
#7
At 34" it's the same height as a 27" so good for office stuff...
#8
The resolutoin of choice for me, but still the cost..... you can get a 4k and a 1440p for roughly the same amount...
2 Likes #9
costs more than double for 100hz and g-sync :(
#10
Lg monitors tend to have alot of screen bleeding. I have the QHD version. I should've gone for a Samsung one.
1 Like #11
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
#12
Agharta
aaronace1011
is it curved
No, that's just the way my Calvin Kleins hold it but thanks for asking.

Well if it's straight as you say I'd go see a doctor. :{
#13
montana78
Lg monitors tend to have alot of screen bleeding. I have the QHD version. I should've gone for a Samsung one.
Latest gen ultrawides have (nearly) addressed the problem.
#14
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.

Should read...

Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.

Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.

Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
#15
montana78
Lg monitors tend to have alot of screen bleeding. I have the QHD version. I should've gone for a Samsung one.

The samsung is terrible. I had to send it back. Really bad motion blur and artifacting.
Wasnt a one off either, a few video's of it on youtube.
#16
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.

Ahhh, but you should my comment. I paid £550 for a X34 Gsync. Couldn't refuse that offer. :)

I have no problem in FPS games.

Edited By: snappyfish on Aug 08, 2016 09:04
1 Like #17
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.

Should read...

Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.

Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.

Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.


Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
#18
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.

Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.

Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch

In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
2 Likes #19
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...

You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
#20
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!

And pointing out that overwatch wont run in its res. his point.
#21
paulpso
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
And pointing out that overwatch wont run in its res. his point.

yes, his point. did mention rendering issues in the line juussst above his point tho



Edited By: adamski88 on Aug 08, 2016 10:20
1 Like #22
How does this handle xhamster?
#23
tahir_owen
The resolutoin of choice for me, but still the cost..... you can get a 4k and a 1440p for roughly the same amount...

You can at 34 inch? Link please.
#24
I would never go back to anything less than 34 inch UWS now. Tried a few types e.g. AOC, iiyama, etc. This seems like a great deal/price.
#25
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!

You clearly can't read.

I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
1 Like #26
matedodgy
tahir_owen
The resolutoin of choice for me, but still the cost..... you can get a 4k and a 1440p for roughly the same amount...
You can at 34 inch? Link please.

I mean a 27 inch 4k screen and a 27 inch 1440p screen....
#27
I can confirm that lg 34um88C has freesync and game mod.

http://www.lg.com/uk/monitors/lg-34UM88C

I am happy with my choice :-)
#28
Roderz
Feck is that how much these things cost!
I can get the curved Samsung 34" for same money (after staff discount)
(although it is a refurb - but refurb'd by me :p )
I'll buy one off you haha ;)
1 Like #29
MarkBroomhallCrewe
How does this handle xhamster?

Make sure you've got a Titan X to render the site.
#30
K1LLER HORNET
MarkBroomhallCrewe
How does this handle xhamster?
Make sure you've got a Titan X to render the site.

Thanks bro, will look into the upgrade.
#31
MarkBroomhallCrewe
How does this handle xhamster?


Watch out for overheating...
#32
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.

This is literally my life now with the X34. How do you prefer your youtube videos, on the left or right hand side? I prefer right hand side, personally speaking :p
#33
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.

exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.

criticise definition:

verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of

weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were


Edited By: adamski88 on Aug 10, 2016 18:40
#34
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were

demonic

de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.

My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.

Edited By: The_Hoff on Aug 10, 2016 20:06
#35
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were
demonic
de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.
My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.

at least ur finally admitting it. well done.
#36
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were
demonic
de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.
My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.
at least ur finally admitting it. well done.

Admitting to the fact many publishers don't support 21:9 and that problems exist with many games. Yes I am.
#37
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
adamski88
The_Hoff
danjames922
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Funniest **** I've read all day. Gaming works wonderfully.
Happy to entertain, but show me a shot of CS:GO on your 21:9 without rendering issues with the HUD.
Oh and Overwatch? http://hothardware.com/news/blizzard-creates-gamer-anarchy-after-219-resolutions-vanish-from-overwatch
In fact, most competitive games are incompatible with that aspect ratio, like DOTA. It's all there on Google...
You are criticising ultra wide monitors.. yet provide a link to an article that is singing their praises.. unusual!
You clearly can't read.
I never said they were demonic, I simply said that buying a UWS comes with foibles that IMO diminish their value. In this case, rendering issues, lack of publisher support and BD scaling issues.
exaggerating a little bit there I think..! i merely pointed out how u were criticising them.. which u WERE.
criticise definition:
verb
verb: criticise
1.
indicate the faults of
weren't u pointing out the faults? yes, yes u were
demonic
de·mon
(dē′mən)
n.
1. An evil supernatural being; a devil.
2. A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion: the demon of drug addiction.
3. One who is extremely zealous, skillful, or diligent: worked away like a demon; a real demon at math.
4. Variant of daimon.
My criticism is leveled at the lack of support for the aspect ratio, which therefore makes purchasing a 21:9 monitor less than ideal.
at least ur finally admitting it. well done.
Admitting to the fact many publishers don't support 21:9 and that problems exist with many games. Yes I am.

u dont have to explain urself mate, if u think the monitors are crap.. thats okay
#38
snappyfish
The_Hoff
snappyfish
paid £550 for my X34 Gsync. Once you go widescreen you stuck in a world of split screen browsing hotdeals while watching you tube videos.. Or seriously good gaming with a graphics card price tag that burns holes in your pocket.
Should read...
Once you go 21:9 you're stuck in a world of poorly rendered HUD/UI elements that don't scale correctly, and or applications that can't handle the resolution.
Gaming on these whilst a nice idea is useless for FPS games, FOV is just too wide. Great for RTS/RPG stuff though.
Wouldn't use a monitor (for gaming) without sync now though, it's just too buttery.
Ahhh, but you should my comment. I paid £550 for a X34 Gsync. Couldn't refuse that offer. :)
I have no problem in FPS games.

If you don't mind me asking, where did you get the x34 for £550 from?

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