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LG 32GK850G-B Customer Reviews

32GK850G-B
32” Class QHD Gaming Monitor with G-SYNC™ (31.5” Diagonal)
$849.99
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great monitor, absolute unit I bought this for my PC build that i wanted to be top of the line. With this it was definitely a great purchase, very large and clear. The 144hz is a great part for this.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pretty Good Gaming Monitor This is my first 144hz gaming monitor. I like the smoothness over my former 60hz panel. The picture quality isn't as good as my LG 32UD99-W but I like the high refresh rate. The lighting on the back is great too. I prefer red but magenta works as well. I like the crosshair feature so I know where to aim in hardcore modes.
Date published: 2019-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Glad I did my research This monitor boasts features found only in those in the >$1500 range. The three brands starting with 'A' had most of the features offered in the 32GK850G-B, but were either too small (27") or curved 34" displays costing upwards of $1700. While value is important in a monitor, image quality is paramount. The VA display here has impressive mega contrast and color gamut. Blacks are solid and dense, allowing whites to really pop. This is my first G-Sync display and no, I didn't really know what I was missing. This screen is so smooth, you get the feeling of being in a movie rather than playing a video game. 32 inches of real estate seems to swallow you up and completely immerse you in the game world. This is due to the amazing 165 Hz refresh rate and 5 ms response time. To say that you'll see your games in a whole new light really is an understatement. If I need to play a game using HDR or 4K I'll use my 55" LG OLED display for that. You can certainly pay more for a display, but this monitor brings an impressive array of features and specifications not found in more expensive, but less impressive monitors. If you want HDR and 4K you'll definitely need to pay a lot more. LG's OLED televisions can do 4K gaming at 60 Hz over HDMI, so if I need HDR gaming I have it. I'll eventually move to an even larger, HDR monitor, but this one had so much going for it that no HDR was not a deal-breaker in any way. This display will keep me immersed for years to come. Another LG triumph.
Date published: 2019-03-11
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