The pinnacle of gaming monitors. Complete your battle station with a premium LG UltraGear™ Gaming Monitor. Built for gamers, it delivers the latest hardware, specs, ergonomics, sleek design and sensory experience. With UHD resolution and gaming-focused features like IPS 1ms (GtG) 144Hz with VESA DSC Technology, NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDMI 2.1 VRR, DCI-P3 98% with VESA DisplayHDR 600, and a beautiful 4-Side virtually borderless display with Tilt/Height/Pivot adjustable stand.
27” UHD (3840 x 2160) Nano IPS Display
Reimagine every scene with vivid, responsive IPS. At 27", LG's UltraGear™ 4K UHD Nano IPS Display features realistic, true color, enhanced contrast, clarity and detail, while delivering ultra-fast response rates. See a clear path to victory as it happens.
Nano IPS 1ms
Fed up with dimming and flickering screens? Well, you’ve come to the right monitor. With IPS 1ms (GTG), you’ll get immersed on your way to victory — without the side effects of extreme speed.
Total immersion with overwhelming speed
Responsiveness on a dime. With 1ms response time, gamers see fast action, obstacles and opponents in near real time for a clear advantage. And Overclock boosts refresh rate of 160Hz, displaying less motion blur and smooth movement regardless of genre.
NVIDIA G-SYNC® Compatible
LG 27GP950 Monitor is a NVIDIA-tested and officially verified G-SYNC® compatible monitor, reducing screen tearing and minimizing stutter for a smoother, faster gaming experience.
AMD FreeSync™ Premium Pro
AMD FreeSync™ Premium Pro raises the bar to the next level for gaming displays. It enables an exceptional user experience with HDR support for seamless, fluid movement in hi-resolution and fast-paced games. It virtually eliminates screen tearing and stuttering.
VESA DisplayHDR 600
Discover a more lifelike picture with high dynamic range, with bolder contrast between the brightest and darkest areas of the screen. This VESA DisplayHDR 600 monitor has been rated to deliver impressive peak luminance of 600 nits for undeniably spectacular highlights.
144Hz (O/C 160Hz) - 1ms(GTG)
With 1ms response time, gamers see fast action, obstacles and opponents in near real time for a clear advantage. And Overclock boosts refresh rate from 144Hz to an ultra-fast 160Hz, displaying less motion blur and smooth movement regardless of genre.
4K & Up to 120Hz from HDMI 2.1
LG 27GP950 is capable of processing UHD 4K video and variable refresh rate up to 120Hz from HDMI 2.1. This allows console gamers to enjoy immersive gaming experience.
LG Calibration Studio
LG Calibration Studio ensures true color reproduction accuracy with your LG monitor. It precisely measures and adjusts color response for true realism. Nano material absorbs unnecessary yellow and orange, bringing out true red colors.
An Immersive Battle Station
Stay in the game with virtually borderless screen on all four sides and a design that keeps you immersed in every moment. Raise, lower, tilt, pivot — the stand has a flexible ergonomic design to easily adapt to your environment.
A:AnswerLG is clearly trying to pull something, they say it's Best Buy pulling our leg, but LG has the monitor listed as "Sold Out" as well on their site, BB is just playing follow the leader here. The monitor on LG's site was also listed, then delisted, and relisted first before BB had theirs up, so it's impossible that BB is at fault here. LG said this monitor was coming out in April, and I assumed the worst as in Late April. LG still hasn't even given us a release date now that it's May, despite them saying it's very close to coming out.
A:AnswerAutomatic Standby automatically turns off the monitor when there is no movement on the screen for a period of time. You can set a timer for the auto-off function. The owner's manual does not state the monitor will switch inputs in standby. ^Daphane
A:AnswerI consulted bestbuy and LG they had no workable solution. I tried connecting the speaker every which way imaginable. I also tried every option in the series x's audio settings. I even bought a new 3.5mm aux cord to be completely positive it wasn't because of my old one. No matter what I did nothing worked. I imagine the problem is with the series x. I no they make an adapter that adds an optical cable but that is not viable being it reduces the display to 60 hertz. Long story short I took the speaker and monitor back and I'll be waiting for something better. The thing that intrigued me the most about the speaker is the ability to talk online. Regular computer speakers don't have that option and sounded like fun. I guess it's made more for PC gaming is all I can think.