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LG 34GK950F 34" Q-HD Curved 144Hz 3440 x 1440 1ms FreeSync 2 Ultra Wide Nano IPS Gaming Media Monitor @ Amazon
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LG 34GK950F 34" Q-HD Curved 144Hz 3440 x 1440 1ms FreeSync 2 Ultra Wide Nano IPS Gaming Media Monitor @ Amazon

£892£1,20026%Amazon Deals
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Posted 10th JunEdited by:"bitcoin5"
13:6 New stock, new price! £892!! Only 6 at time of this post £901 lowest price ever, better than the inferior G variant as this has real HDR and runs at a real 144Hz refresh if needed, this is a lot of latest monitor tech for the price!

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Nano IPS with VESA DisplayHDR™ 400
Gaming Optimized
More accurate color and a broader contrast ratio combine to deliver truly high-end picture quality. Makes bright and dark portions of the image even more so, while Nano IPS controls color better, covering 98% of the DCI-P3 color space, the film industry standard.

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34" 21:9 UltraWide® QHD Curved IPS Display
Radeon FreeSync™ 2 Technology
144Hz Refresh Rate
DCI-P3 98% with Nano IPS
VESA DisplayHDR™ 400
2019

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Shows £901,07 for me. Next best price should be £1061 from computerpirates. Price on Amazon is really good but NBP is too high

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Edited by: "XiaomiTemple" 10th Jun
Heat added bitty very good price great find!
'real HDR', 400nits is only acceptable if the panel is OLED where it has the contrast to compensate.
XiaomiTemple10/06/2019 19:12

Shows £901,07 for me. Next best price should be £1061 from c …Shows £901,07 for me. Next best price should be £1061 from computerpirates. Price on Amazon is really good but NBP is too high https://computerpirates.co.uk/catalog/product/view/id/45906/


Well if you cannot afford the extra 2 quid from the £200+ savings, thats an issue, also the NBP is optional and will NOT be someone like computer pirates, for obvious reasons...
powerbrick10/06/2019 19:56

'real HDR', 400nits is only acceptable if the panel is OLED …'real HDR', 400nits is only acceptable if the panel is OLED where it has the contrast to compensate.


Read the complete technical specification document regarding the HDR aspect, the later, £356 more variant, has none!
MrSwitch10/06/2019 19:17

Heat added bitty very good price great find!


Cheers Switchy, that is what I thought, all the bells and whistles, at £500+ less than the closest to it, spec wise, if did not have the 75"'s set up, would be very tempted to chuck this with an big i9 setup, sitting in the corner, doing nothing!!
bitcoin510/06/2019 20:51

Read the complete technical specification document regarding the HDR …Read the complete technical specification document regarding the HDR aspect, the later, £356 more variant, has none!


Why? Will reading it change its peak brightness
powerbrick10/06/2019 21:06

Why? Will reading it change its peak brightness


You are missing the what has peak brightness, got to do with how a panel (not c.rappy oled) will mast the display pixels for any type of hdr, this is not a dull contrast panel to start with (ask dell!) so the how high it can go rating, had little effect on how it looks in the real world, with all the other extras pushing the image around, our Q9 has half the cd/m2 of our Q950r, yet the year old Q9 still has the far superior hdr shown elements to the human eye
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price is ok, and inline with what the general market value should be for ultrawides in 2019. Unfortunately I cannot call it a 'deal'. But it is a reasonable / fair price.

Still, compared to my X34P (which really was a actual deal price @ 620 GBP)... well what are you really gaining for that extra ~150% cost increase? +24hz, and it being a true 144hz which isn't overclocked (so not as likely to degrade / fail over time). Using proper DP 1.4 input. And freesync compatibility over a wider range of video cards than g-sync.

Both displays are firmly in the SDR territory. While having nano dots will enhance colors to be more like a decent slightly wider P3 gamut.
Hdr is so overrated
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