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LG Ultragear 27GL83A-B 27 Inch IPS Gaming Monitor - WQHD - 1MS - Nvidia G-Sync - £401.85 Delivered - Amazon.de
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
I know this won't appeal to everyone and is going to get cold but this is one of the fastest responding 1440 IPS panels. This is a good price and available now from Amazon Germany.… Read more
Chookity

Yeah, that's the price

rajsinghuk

What price did you guys pay for the Y27g-20? £469 is the current price.

Chookity

Ayyyyy

tomsgotpowers

Got mine today too and I can report the same, thanks again for the recommendation. Not sure how this one flew under the radar on me for so long.

maloar

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Acer Predator 24.5" XB253QGP FHD 144Hz G-Sync Compatible HDR400 IPS Monitor - £280.38 Delivered - Amazon.it
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
The cheapest I could find this new monitor delivered is from Amazon Italy. • 24.5” FHD (1920x1080) gaming monitor. • Up to 144Hz Refresh & 2ms Grey to Grey Response Time. • NV… Read more
Makaijin

The LG you linked is a 31.5 inch monitor, this deal is a 24.5 inch. That's like a 7 inch difference in size. Good deal though, a friend recently asked me about getting a bigger monitor, it might be his cup of tea.

stingergb

G-sync and Free-sync. Both.

wakkaday

Not g sync ?

RickyWong

Wow 100% adobe and G-sync 144Hz. This is crazy price.

stingergb

I would suggest to go for this one instead: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-ultragear-32gk650f-quad-hd-315-144hz-freesync-va-lcd-monitor-30268-at-currysebay-with-code-3457116

ASUS TUF Gaming A15 AMD Ryzen 5 4600H 8GB 512GB SSD 15.6 Inch FHD 144Hz Gsync GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Gaming Laptop £949.97 Laptops Direct
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 4600H Screen size - 15.6 Inch 1920x1080 Gsync 144 Hz IPS Screen Graphics card - GeForce GTX 1660 Ti RAM - 8GB SSD - 512GB Operating System - Windows 10… Read more
markinoxon

For those concerned about ram and storage, both are super easy to upgrade on these TUF laptops.

thomas01155

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Recommended RequirementsRAM: 12 GB 8GB is too small with some of the more intensive modern games requiring over 8GB now. If it's easy to install 8GB RAM in this laptop then it's a good deal.

Shaftydude

Screen ips and nits range?

Joe90_guy

Yeah. I think the same. 8GB is plenty for gaming. Of course if you run your games at the lowest possible graphics settings, to get the highest possible FPS, then it will make a difference but why would any sane person do that?

MR_Psyco

I wasn't that far off then, that 45Watt chip is gonna be an absolute monster.

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LG 27GL850-B Ultragear - 27" QHD IPS G-Sync Gaming Monitor (144 Hz, 1ms gtg) £415.08 (£404.24 w fee free card) @ Amazon FR
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
27 "WQHD screen (2560 x 1440 pixels) in a nearly frameless and elegant design - fast 1 m (gt) IPS screen With maximum viewing angle, HDR 10 for PC support, high contrast NVIDIA G-S… Read more
simpleHass_.

OK thanks for the response

Chookity

Thank you so much LeeFauxe!

LeeFauxe

I used UPS but the parcel has been stuck for 3 weeks now given that Amazon france has been shut since last month. I would wait to send it maybe a week after amazon france re-opens.

LeeFauxe

It's not mentioned because it came much later than the 27GL850 and it is exactly the same panel (so will have similar issues), but lenovo has done a better job in tuning/firmware as it runs at a higher refresh rate. I found that the LG does not support 10-bit (well for my GPU anyway) at 144hz, and had to turn it down to 120Hz to get 10 bit working.The Lenovo on the other hand won't have problems running 10 bit at 144hz or so I heard. Although as it is the same panel, it will have the same pitfalls as the LG. It's more of an alternative for marginal improvements of the LG if you're willing to pay the price difference. But the fact that there is a slew of new IPS panels (1440p 240hz) towards the end of the year, I'd rather save up and get those if the price is reasonable, by then the inflated prices of monitors due to lockdown should start calming down a bit. I would hold fire unless you really need to get one now.

simpleHass_.

Hey can I ask what service u had used to send your monitor back? I have bought a different monitor from there that I am trying to return. However, not sure which service I can use. Thanks in advance.

Nixeus NX-EDG27S v2 - 27" IPS 144Hz QHD(2560 x 1440) FreeSync and G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor £329.99 @ 365Games
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Stated on their website: Tested and Verified to work with Nvidia G-Sync. https://www.nixeus.com/nx-edg27 Specifications Screen Size: 27″ IPS (Advanced Hyper-Viewing Angle) … Read more
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3anana

This uses the same panel as the Acer 27" QHD 144hz, so really more of a budget IPS panel. with some QC issues among models and relatively slow real world response times. Should really be sub £300 to make sense, at this LG's QHD 144hz VA models seem like better options.

Crazy.Jamie

The website is perfectly fine, if it helps. Not the most prominent but well established.

silas8888

Exactly the specs I was after...just a shame about the non-certified G-Sync and that I've never heard of the brand or even the website it's been sold on. Heat added though.

ljshooter

I would rather take the AOC for £260

AKNews

G-Sync part is very carefully worded - it is not native, but "compatible". Judging by review, it is not Nvidia certified and the reviewer could not objectively measure how well it works.

OMEN X 25f Gaming Display Nvidia G-SYNC compatible 240Hz,1ms response at Alternate for £309
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
OMEN X 25f Gaming Display Nvidia G-SYNC compatible 240Hz,1ms response OMEN X 25f 240Hz Gaming Display with Adaptive Sync: 62.23 cm (24.5") Full-HD micro-edge display with 1ms res… Read more
Gleeson79

Top video, watched it when released.

uthypranks_TV

I’ve played on 120hz, 144hz and 240hz before. 120hz was a lot different for me than 240hz. You will have to have good enough build to get around 240 constantly however.

hugekebab

If you're getting those frames you'll see the difference.

christphernewma

yes actually, linustechtips on youtube have a couple of videos on this, also showing slow motion footage and stuff on reaction times.

satchef1

Linus Tech Tips actually did quite a good video on this. I was sceptical. But the difference in the Counter Strike door section is quite erm... striking.

HP OMEN X Emperium 64.5" 4K HDR G-Sync 144hz Gaming Monitor with Soundbar - £2299 (2069.10 via benefits store) @ HP
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A_TC

What a bargain, can grab a couple for dual monitor setup and a 3rd as a footrest.

Lordoflight

Love it when people keep spreading fake info !

stuellis

I had to check but from what I found with a quick Google is below. This aligns to what I had remembered from reviews of the C9, only 2.1 supports 4K 120Hz

Tony_DR

HDMI 2.0b can do 4K at 120Hz too I believe?

royalbathrooms.co.uk

wow, best deals. Thanks! (highfive)

ASUS ROG Swift 27" WQHD G-SYNC 165Hz Gaming Monitor £529.98 @ Laptopsdirect (free del)
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Posted 30th MarPosted 30th Mar
Gain a Competitive Edge with NVIDIA G-SYNC Technology The ROG Swift PG279QE incorporates NVIDIA G-SYNC display technology to deliver the smoothest, fastest, and most breathtaking … Read more
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bbfb123

Yeh I've got decent setup not amazing like just a Ryzen and Vega 56 but I'm happy with my cheap 1440p 144hz panel. Games look good enough for me!

zeb.mattey

Just premium stuff man. Check out lims cave, the monitor is supposedly dope. I've got a £140 electriq one and its great for me, but premium stuff is expensive, and usually better.

bbfb123

Yeh the HSU is the 1080p. I wasn't aware it's TN panel but I briefly used the panel and I thought the picture was great on it.

thelagmonster

That one is 1080p and a TN panel, so not comparable to this deal. Edit: actually it's 1440p, apologies, Google lying to me. It is still a TN panel, however.

bbfb123

iiyama GB2760QSU gets my vote if your happy to spend around the £275 mark. If you want cheaper try find the EG 1440p 144hz (ebuyer brand) monitor instead. They regularly go for around £200 mark but the stand is poor and needs replacing with an adjustable VESA mount.

ASUS VG248QG Gaming Monitor - 1080p / TN / 165Hz / G-Sync Compatible / FreeSync / Height Adjust / HDMI / DP / Speakers £179.99 @ Box
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Posted 6th MarPosted 6th Mar
ASUS VG248QG Gaming Monitor - 1080p / TN / 165Hz / G-Sync Compatible / FreeSync / Height Adjust / HDMI / DP / Speakers £179.99 @ Box
£179.99£233.4423%Box.co.uk Deals
This has quite a bit going for it really. The height adjustment is always a nice addition to a monitor, so that you can get it in the right spot. It's 165Hz TN panel, so response t… Read more
Acer Predator XB272 27" Full HD G-Sync Frameless Monitor (Plus £25 Steam or Uber Eats Voucher + 3 Year Warranty) - £359.99 - Box.co.uk
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Acer Predator XB272 27" Full HD G-Sync Frameless Monitor (Plus £25 Steam or Uber Eats Voucher + 3 Year Warranty) - £359.99 - Box.co.uk
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Cracking price for what I believe is an all time low on this Acer Predator. Price indicated above (£359) includes either a £25 Steam or Uber Eats voucher plus a 3 year warranty. I'… Read more
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Premium

People who buy ultrawide monitors to game are an almost complete opposite category to people playing CSGO competitively. If you have any ambitions of playing in any sort of tournament, then 24" 1080p 144+hz is your target, because any larger means you'll need to move your head to focus at screen edges/corners and 24" is the standard tournament size, so you'll have to get used to that anyway.

frish

Tell that to the people who go ultrawide.

Premium

27 inches usually too big for a game which really takes advantage of 240hz, like CSGO, since too much of the screen is outside of central eyeline focus.

JumpMan1980

I like the Predator brand. It’s cool right? I want one but one that compliments my Pro & my X. That sounds funnier than expected (lipstick) . Which should I get?

john.keane

For someone that has played on a 27 inch 1080p screen, its lacking. No question about it you're going to notice its pixilated. Still decent but at that size I would really consider 1440p

Dell S2716DG 27 Inch TN Anti-Glare G-Sync LED-backlit LCD Gaming Monitor (1ms Response, QHD 2560x1440 at 144Hz) £309.98 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st MarPosted 1st Mar
Dell S2716DG 27 Inch TN Anti-Glare G-Sync LED-backlit LCD Gaming Monitor (1ms Response, QHD 2560x1440 at 144Hz) £309.98 @ Amazon
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Nice drop in price on this Dell monitor. Price matching Scan website. Unrivalled gameplay is yours with the Dell 27 monitor for serious gamers. Lose yourself in the details of s… Read more
mcmanic

paid £316 four years ago for this monitor, still using in now as my main, been a great monitor, no banding issue's and runs great with my rtx 2080super in G-sync

sslesar

Any good gaming monitor with freesync? Yes I am looking for brand DELL and 27 inch or more, 144hz (no g-sync). thanks

GrahamStoneman

The S2719DGF runs as a G-Sync compatible display so will work with any recent nVidia card. But if you buy this older G-Sync monitor then you’re locked into nVidia if you want adaptive frame rates. Actually I can’t think of any advantage this G-Sync display has over the newer model. It needs to be a lot cheaper than this really.

999tigger

The S2719DGF supports Freesync only. Notwisthanding a lot of Gysnyc cards work on Freesync.

johnthehuman

got one of these and the issues aren’t that bad at all, banding is there if you go looking for it, but in games it’s not obvious at all. It’s a nice 144hz 1440p monitor, if you’ve got the gpu to feed it!

AOC AG271QG 27”QHD, 165HZ IPS GSYNC Gaming Monitor £348.99 at Game
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AOC AG271QG 27”QHD, 165HZ IPS GSYNC Gaming Monitor £348.99 at Game
£348.99£509.9932%GAME Deals
Seems a decent price. Cheapest elsewhere seems to be £509 at box
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Horrorwood

Fine for pc gaming too. I am getting old and I don't have cat like reflexes.

Horrorwood

Too late for mine, the panel was failing (not burn in) and LG refused to replace it.

davidnguyen56614

;( OOS, I always miss the good deals

Mutha

I recently got a new update for my LG E6 OLED 5.30.80 which has made the HDR look much brighter. I think it was for the B6 too.

Justsuperman

Not bad but love my LG 27GL850 wouldn't change anything about it

ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ HDR Gaming Monitor – 27 Inch WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 165Hz*, G-SYNC Compatible at Amazon £449.99
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ASUS TUF Gaming VG27AQ HDR Gaming Monitor – 27 Inch WQHD (2560 x 1440), IPS, 165Hz*, G-SYNC Compatible at Amazon £449.99
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I've been keeping at eye on monitors recently and this one popped triggered a price alert for me. Seems like a good deal.
NV_viCey

Essentially the only difference is that the 850 is wide color gamut and the 83 is not. There are also some minor differences like the 850 has a USB hub and the back I think has RGB circle light. But performance wise they’re identical aside from the wide color gamut. The problem is that 99% of games don’t use WCG and most things in Windows in general don’t support WCG so content is going to look TOO saturated and a little funny.

FierceVinegar

whats the difference between 850 and 83a?

NV_viCey

Yeah the corona virus outbreak is really causing issues with supply lines right now.

strange

yes quite fancied that lg 850 myself but couldn`t find stock don`t think it out till aug but not sure. Anyway got my acer up and running now and for £299 well chuffed.

NV_viCey

This monitor was £438 on amazon a few days ago as I had been looking to get it. Then it went to £440 and now it's at £450. Not a good deal imo. And the LG27GL850 or LG27gl83A-B is better overall, regardless of the RTING.COM reviews. Every man and his dog on youtube has said the LG850 is one of the best gaming monitors available right now.

HP 24x 144Hz FHD TN NVIDIA G-Sync compatible + FreeSync 1ms speakers (1 DP, 1 HDMI) Gaming Monitor £159.99 at amazon
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HP 24x 144Hz FHD TN NVIDIA G-Sync compatible + FreeSync 1ms speakers (1 DP, 1 HDMI) Gaming Monitor £159.99 at amazon
£159.99£18815%Amazon Deals
Great monitor for gaming and everyday use with many positive reviews.
graym00

Would you recommend this or a BenQ xl2430 as can pick one up in clearance at a local shop for simalar price? Thanks

darrel.butcher

For anyone looking at this, I have viewsonic 144hz monitor that is £152 on amazon. I believe it's the best value 144hz monitor on the market, very good quality

PsillyPseudonym

So does 1ms really make much difference over 4ms if you're playing something like Overwatch at 144hz?

Whitedot

48-144Hz on both DisplayPort and HDMI.

Uncommon.Sense

AOC by a mile, no idea why they deleted my comment from earlier.

Alienware 24.5 Inch TN Gaming Monitor 1 ms Response Time, 1080p at 240 Hz, Free-Sync/Gsync Compatible - £269 @ Amazon
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Alienware 24.5 Inch TN Gaming Monitor 1 ms Response Time, 1080p at 240 Hz, Free-Sync/Gsync Compatible - £269 @ Amazon
£269£299.9910%Amazon Deals
Dell Premium Panel Exchange will send out a replacement panel within one business day during your 3-year warranty period even if only one bright pixel is found Stay in a gaming sta… Read more
EmperorRosko

I suppose Overkill is the wrong word, it's just not the best option. For a PS4 Pro and PS5, you'd want 4K minimum. The 1080p quality on this monitor is not by any means nice to look at. I had a 4K LG 27" UD68P with an IPS panel and it was stunning on my Xbox One X and PS4 Pro, but it was no good for my PC so my consoles are on my LG OLED B8. If I get my way in the house and get my office room back, I would like to get the Acer Nitro 4K 120hz screen for both PC and console use. But defo stay away from this for your consoles, it looked dreadful in my opinion.

LazybeatX

Well I suppose it will probably be good for the PS5 in the future if it supports 120fps going forward but yes I agree it's overkill for any console.

EmperorRosko

Its way overkill for a PS4 Pro. PS4 Pro is capped at 60hz No freesync and is capable of 4K. Better off with an IPS 4K 60hz panel. Cheaper than this too.

PhattyHUKD

I use this as a second monitor, it's honestly fantastic considering it's a TN panel. Viewing angles are much better than a 1080p/144hz Asus panel I had previously. The stand is a bit naff though, definitely use it on a monitor arm.

MCYounes

Why buy 240Hz. When you can have 360Hz?

Acer Predator 27" 240Hz G-Sync ZeroFrame Gaming Monitor now £369.98 delivered at Scan
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Acer Predator 27" 240Hz G-Sync ZeroFrame Gaming Monitor now £369.98 delivered at Scan
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Acer Predator XB272 is a stunning Full HD gaming monitor with a 27-inch screen size. Enjoy truly immersive gaming with NVIDIA® G-SYNC™ technology and Ultra Low Motion Blur. Experie… Read more
LazyAce

I've got several CRTs, consumer and broadcast, largely from before 'retro' was cool and cost a bomb. I've also repaired a ton of CRTs and related electronics over the years. An adaptive sync monitor and a CRT are completely different beasts, neither is 'better' than the other and these kind of conversations are often reductive and misinformed.

marmaluke

Yeah, but that Sony monitor costs more than double this one. I’d kill for one though - the digital foundary vids on it were great

super_t

adapters can cause latency, the only reason to buy a crt is for the faster response times so if you add an adapter that will cause latency then it sorta defeats the whole point

aaron_sas

Ever heard of an adapter

SoldSurvivor

And what graphics card will you use to feed it component or SDI ? Your trolling right ?

LG 27GL83A WQHD Gaming Monitor 144 Hz, 1 ms GTG, G-Sync - used very good £305 @ Amazon.it Warehouse
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LG 27GL83A WQHD Gaming Monitor 144 Hz, 1 ms GTG, G-Sync - used very good £305 @ Amazon.it Warehouse
also on amazon fr,es,de warehouse deal very good is £305 excellent is £315 SPECS
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LG 27GL850 Monitor, 27" QuadHD Nano IPS HDR, 2560 x 1440, 144 Hz, AdaptiveSync g-sync, Refresh 1 ms Gaming Monitor £430 Amazon Italy
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LG 27GL850 Monitor, 27" QuadHD Nano IPS HDR, 2560 x 1440, 144 Hz, AdaptiveSync g-sync, Refresh 1 ms Gaming Monitor £430 Amazon Italy
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Cheaper than available in the UK, which is only through Overclockers at £469. Not in stock at Overclockers who have an exclusivity agreement in UK. This monitor is extremely well … Read more
pkchips

I don't think any ips monitor beats this one on input lag but if you mean on other dimensions, I don't know

dioxyde0

is this better than a samsung hdr qled monitor of around the same spec?

pkchips

Main advantage is that it has better colours. No power problems. The monitor comes with a small power brick so voltage will be adjusted anyway. I replaced the EU plug with an old UK power plug from a laptop.

capybubu

Is it really better than 27GL83A-B which you can get for that price right here in UK, thus having no trouble with returns etc?

Truecore

Out of curiousity, will there be any problems ordering this to the UK? Not sure if there will be issues with voltage or if I would have to get an additional gimmick to prevent any damage to the monitor Thanks in advance!

HP OMEN X Emperium 64.5" 4K HDR G-Sync Gaming Display with Soundbar - £2799 delivered @ HP Shop
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HP OMEN X Emperium 64.5" 4K HDR G-Sync Gaming Display with Soundbar - £2799 delivered @ HP Shop
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Fully expecting this to get very cold, but hey, it's a deal to someone, right?... £1000 off this gargantuan monitor. HDR, 1000-nits, full-array backlighting. I'd buy it if I had t… Read more
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Quickblood

Well this was a bargain cause it's almost £1000 more now.

lewwyt

Yeah I get nearly 120fps on "High" presets at 1440p on Shadow of the Tomb Raider, if I put Ray Tracing on it drops by about 30fps from memory. 4K I get 60fps but not on Ultra, that was maybe on Medium?

wipe0wt2097

Yeah I noticed that, take it your getting quite high frames then? The weird thing here is if we lined up my £160 cloudy thingy against yours on the same monitors, graphically I would be able to output higher settings? But throttled to 60hz.......I’m only getting 45 frames and on ultra it does drop a few frames here and there mainly with NPCS but it’s perfectly playable. I couldn’t justify the 2k spend but then geforcenow isn’t even released properly as of yet and ofc I’m limited to what games I can play, and then there’s probably more enjoyment to pc building than for playing games too.

lewwyt

Mine if you priced it all up roughly was £2k, I kept a few components from a previous build when I upgraded in 2018. I've got a 9700k processor and an RTX 2080 in my rig, can run most games at 4K but I prefer playing at 1440p for the higher frame rates and higher graphical presets. If you highlight each setting it should tell you what it means in more detail (y)

wipe0wt2097

Tessellation.....wut ambient occlusion wut.....bloom....😃 all I know is I can tick most of them and on ultra and it still runs but overkill perhaps, makes my Xbox x look like a PS4 pro though (lol)

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