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LG - UltraGear 27" IPS UHD 1-ms FreeSync and G-SYNC Compatible Monitor - Black

Model:27GP950-B.AUS
SKU:6451085
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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 315 reviews

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  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    First one defective, second one was good

    I’m removing 1 star due to receiving a defective monitor the first time. It’s already extremely difficult to find it, only to have the first one defective (an entire column on the screen was static). This should have been caught and wasn’t something minuscule like a few pixels out…it was an entire chunk of the screen was defective. Anyways, somehow, luckily, I was able to order another (so at one point I was out $2k)…and the second one arrived perfectly fine. So it is an amazing monitor if it arrives in working condition. You can turn off the RGB on the back if you wish. That’s what I do. The colors pop. It’s super bright (almost too bright). For PC you’d used the DisplayPort cable (5k cable is included). For consoles you’d use the HDMI 2.1 cable included. No speakers. A bit plastic feeling as far as construction, but overall. I do like it. Don’t overpay for it somewhere else. The price is about right where it’s at for retail. Anything more and you’re definitely overpaying.

    Posted by DistortionGG

  • Rated 5 out of 5 stars

    Must have for Xbox Series X

    I was lucky enough to be able to purchase this and have it shipped home. I recently decided to build a gaming setup for my Series X and boy, this monitor does not disappoint! First off when checking the Xbox’s capabilities with the monitor, you’ll notice all is checked off except for Dolby vision. Just be sure though to make sure your Xbox’s display settings are on 4K and the refresh rate at 120hz. Incredibly smooth graphics when playing games. I was concerned with the black light bleeding during the dark scenes and found that it’s not as bad as pics tend to make it look. So I wouldn’t worry about that if it’s your concern. While it does not provide the same brightness as an OLED TV, it does just fine. As for the physical appearance, it’s a sharp looking monitor with a great looking and sturdy stand. The back of the monitor has a color ring light that you can change up. But what gets me is how small the bezels are. As someone who likes the minimalist style, this was a must.

    Posted by Rayy

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    First 4k 144hz monitor has now spoiled me

    So I was able to scoop this beauty for to upgrade my PC rig with a 3090 and a 1080 165hz but just making my daily check in on best buy and was eyeing this monitor for quite a while. I had a store credit from a previous item no longer working and I was so close to just settling with a QHD 144hz monitor as the weeks roll by, but then I saw the in stock yellow icon and jumped right on it. Got it as a store pick up so my neck of the woods is not the best especially in these tough shortage times. Pro: - 4k & 144hz (able to overclocked to 165hz) but you will need a monster gpu to drive this beast just to be on the safe side of things like overall PC performance - IPS panel means great colors especially in the daytime (can get bright) - 27 inches of 4k is perfect for those with limited desk/room space especially for my case Con: - Stand is nice even though its plastic, but it takes up a desk real estate which then made me sit a little too close. So I had to get a monitor arm to free up desk space as well as made it more ergonomic for my eyes - Not being able to figure out how to use the VideoSync feature as the drivers is buggy from my experience so far (so I gave up messing with that for now as I do not want to break it if I don't have to) So I'll have to minus a star for that, not a deal breaker but it sucks that I can't use that feature. - IPS bleed is there but honestly I barely notice it except for some dark scenes and loading screens in games or some video stream clips Overall yes this monitor is pricey compared to some others, especially now that next gen gaming is out so there will be more options coming in the near future especially more affordable options with minor differences here and there. But, in my opinion as long as there is the big 2 which is 4k resolution and 144 or 120hz grab it as the other features are pretty much icing on the cake.

    Posted by SueApple