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LG 34GK950F 34" 3440x1440 NANO IPS FreeSync 2 HDR 144Hz 1ms Curved Widescreen LED Monitor £911.69 delivered at Overclockers
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LG 34GK950F 34" 3440x1440 NANO IPS FreeSync 2 HDR 144Hz 1ms Curved Widescreen LED Monitor £911.69 delivered at Overclockers

£911.69£1,149.9521%Overclockers Deals
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Posted 22nd Nov 2019

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screen. With 1ms MBR* produces a black image insertion effect by



intermittent backlighting, and the effect is similar to doubling the



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Just get a 55" B9. Has GSync and can do 120Hz in 1440P mode.
powerbrick22/11/2019 19:57

Just get a 55" B9. Has GSync and can do 120Hz in 1440P mode.


What about input lag and the fact that people don’t want a 55 inch tv on their desk?
powerbrick22/11/2019 19:57

Just get a 55" B9. Has GSync and can do 120Hz in 1440P mode.


Ain't ultra wide and far too big. And burn-in.
rev622/11/2019 19:59

Ain't ultra wide and far too big. And burn-in.


What about IPS glow, light bleed, dead/stuck pixels, gamma shift and ghosting with this and all IPS monitors? Burn in can easily be avoided, they cant.

UW, add a custom res.


james_waudby22/11/2019 19:58

What about input lag and the fact that people don’t want a 55 inch tv on t …What about input lag and the fact that people don’t want a 55 inch tv on their desk?


7ms and instant pixel response times. Just sit a bit further back.

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The OLED option is just better and far more versatile.
Edited by: "powerbrick" 22nd Nov 2019
powerbrick22/11/2019 20:05

What about IPS glow, light bleed, dead/stuck pixels, gamma shift and …What about IPS glow, light bleed, dead/stuck pixels, gamma shift and ghosting with this and all IPS monitors? Burn in can easily be avoided, they cant.UW, add a custom res.7ms and instant pixel response times. Just sit a bit further back.-The OLED option is just better and far more versatile.


You can add all the negatives of the panel in the world. It's far too big.
Dead pixels in a good panel are also rare, same goes for light bleed. Well, yes, you get IPS glow, the rest are really not issues, if you read the reviews.

But as rev says, this is 34", the other screen is a 55" :O
I think the 55" is a valid alternative, but I can see it being too big for most.

displayspecifications.com/en/…3ee

IMO this deal is better than the Alienware deal floating about but it still seems massively overpriced when you compare the OLED mentioned above.
rev622/11/2019 20:27

You can add all the negatives of the panel in the world. It's far too big.


This has crappy black uniformity you wont have that problem with an OLED with infinite contrast

This is still vastly overpriced.
NIkTheSHNIK23/11/2019 01:05

The buyers from OCUK forums are loving this …The buyers from OCUK forums are loving this monitor:https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/lg-early-bird-black-friday-deal-34gk950f-save-250.18869647/#post-33174137


Yet buyers on Amazon are not, almost as if you have a vested interest in shifting these....
NIkTheSHNIK23/11/2019 01:05

The buyers from OCUK forums are loving this …The buyers from OCUK forums are loving this monitor:https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/lg-early-bird-black-friday-deal-34gk950f-save-250.18869647/#post-33174137



Drop the price to be more inline with what the Americans are getting it for and you’ve got a sale. The bad thing about OCUK being the only supplier of this monitor means you have 0 competition or reason to have a good deal. Otherwise people are going for the Alienware with better warranty.
Guys what is wrong with you, it’s a fantastically specced monitor with great reviews and it’s way cheaper than everywhere else (in the UK)... buy it abroad if you wish and good luck bypassing the tax man but seriously this is a crazy good deal.

OC are a good reseller for this, I believe Amazon has had issues selling this as they keep selling it without a bloody adapter!

If you are looking for an ultra wide mid/high spec that isn’t the latest ASUS $2k+ monitor (which does have a crazy high spec btw) then this is it.

tldr, I’m not a monitor expert but I’ve been doing my research for the last six or so months. LG make their own panels which is one thing, the other is that for the hz, lag, brightness combination you’re getting a good deal. There is no other offering a deal as good as this currently.
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