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Here you are!! It’s a bit on the pricier side so I’ve been holding off looking for a second hand one to complete the dual monitor setup. LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CH9ZTI4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_I6XhFb6XR4TAF
Yes, sorry should have included that.
Not sure how to figure this out or above answered these.
Oh wow your'e right. It has all the same specs and the same price. I assumed it was the right one. (I made the list at work and the thumbnails get blocked). Here is the actual amazon link from My Orders: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CH9ZTI4/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I bought this from Amazon 3rd party deal last year, it was only $330. Technically it's not this model, but the narrower bezel one. I think I can say I lucked out pretty good.
I'll make my vote for the 4K LG 27ud68 to best compliment your 27" Dell. Amazon link. 60hz/ 5ms/ 300 cd/m2
Sometimes goes near $300 when on sale. I just got the 27ud58 (bigger bezels, simple stand and less bright) and I love it. I think the 68 model would be perfect for that bezel less screen duo.
The LG 27UD68P is a pretty good 27" 4K monitor with Antiglare coating, displayport and hdmi, IPS display with 10bit color and 99% sRGB. Amazon has it for 38K but you can probably find it for less locally. I paid around 31K for it.
I use a 27" LG 4k almost exactly this model https://www.amazon.com/LG-27UD68-P-27-Inch-Monitor-FreeSync/dp/B01CH9ZTI4 for pc gaming and i'll be purchasing an xbox in nov. i'm VERY happy to see that free-sync is supported already, or i just lucked out. it's legit orgasm worthy in gaming.
4k is the future.
By broadcast do you just mean broadcast on TV? The stuff I work on is mainly distributed online, at small theaters (film fests) and a few things on VR headsets (excuse my lack of knowledge in that area). I've pretty much always worked with 8bit so maybe I'll be fine. Any bigger projects a hire a true colorist anyway.
I found this one that seems to be a slightly different version than the TB3 version. Any thoughts on this? https://www.amazon.com/LG-27UD68-P-27-Inch-Monitor-FreeSync/dp/B01CH9ZTI4
beside that it is not a 4K monitor.. it will work at 1080p..wait Q2 2017 for a 4K one.
the 4K/non HDR ones will be cheaper (300$) and the 4K/HDR ones should be available around 500/600$
this one 4K@60hz and hdmi 2.0 will certainly drop to 300 or 400$..
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CH9ZTI4?ref=emc_b_5_t, so save 30$ a month till May or June and get it..
I really like the idea of this but I'm worried it might be too small (I think in reality it'd be fine, I just have some hesitation). It's a great price, higher pixel density than the 27", and flexible in terms of input.
I stopped by Best Buy tonight and they happened to have this LG 4k in stock. While I couldn't open up specific apps and play around, the picture seemed really nice. I think that's probably what I'll end up doing when I sell these damn Apple displays.
Would this be considered a good deal then? Should I wait for Black Friday for something better or this worth it?
Monitor works great. Got mine this weekend and could not be happier. Easily one of the best monitors I have ever purchased and the games look amazing on it.
Make sure you turn it on sRGB mode and you have to turn on Deep Color or True Color. Its one of those two, to get the PS4 Pro to recognize that its connected to a 4k display. Once you do that, you are set to see 4K at 60Hz. Enjoy!
Also on sale for $100.00 off too. Free shipping
I'm not sure what aspects of a 4K monitor are needed for video editing, but I've been eyeballing the LG 27UD68.
It's a beautiful monitor imo with one of the slimmest bezels I've seen. It's currently $430 on Amazon, but I've seen it go as low as $396.
I think you can also get it for like $393 on jet.com if you waive returns, use debit, and use promo code SHOP10 with a new account.
I ended up getting my LG 27UD68 on sale with a gift card at best buy for $299. Absolutely loving it so far even if my 980m is taking a bit of a hit outputting to 4k. Actually saving up for a big build coming in november.
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I'm trying to choose between this monitor from Amazon, with Dell's 3 year warranty, or an alternative LG at Best Buy with a 4 year Best Buy warranty... would you say your experiences with Dell customer service have been mostly positive so far? This seems like a great monitor, but then I read about wake from sleep / light bleed issues, and how people tend to send it back to Dell a lot.
1440 on my rMBP on dual 27" 4K LG Monitors(Amazon)
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LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CH9ZTI4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_I2PeDbMJE2PE4
Dell Gaming LED-Lit Monitor 27" Black (D2719HGF), FHD (1920 x 1080) at 144 Hz, 2 ms Response time, DP 1.2, HDMI, USB, 2W x 2 Speakers, AMD FreeSync https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07J4SXNQ5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_I47sOAtiiSttq
I love both of them but if I’d recommend one it would have to be the Dell just because of that price and the smooth buttery 144Hz.
What are your views on this?: https://www.amazon.in/LG-4K-UHD-27UD68P-B-27-inch-Monitor/dp/B01CH9ZTI4
A friend of mine suggested this to me.
At home I recently upgraded from a 6ish year old higher end Dell Ultrasharp that was starting to show its age to one of these LG monitors that I found on sale at MicroCenter a couple weeks back and I’ve been pretty happy with it - LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K UHD IPS Monitor with FreeSync https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CH9ZTI4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_L81aBb0619VQH
At my studio I use one of these - Dell Ultra HD 4k Monitor P2715Q 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00PC9HFO8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_m-1aBbAZD4E70
Basically you want to look for an IPS monitor that reproduces a high percentage of the sRGB spectrum and are ideally factory calibrated.
If she’s designing for print, having a high Adobe RGB percentage would be ideal too but when you get into that territory you’re gonna end up spending as much on a display as you would a computer.
I'll try to rec parts from https://mdcomputers.in and https://www.primeabgb.com
CPU: For now, Ryzen 5 1600 , 13900
Mobo: Gigabyte AB350-Gaming 3 8059, has good VRM cooling and NVMe support
RAM: Crucial Ballistix Elite 16GBx1, 3000MHz,12100, buy 2 if you can.
If you can not, an alternative will be GSkill Flare X 8GBx2, 13562
SSD: Samsung 860EVO, 6050
HDD: WB Blue 1TB, 2920. Could also go for a 2TB HDD, price difference will be about 2k
GPU: MSI 1080ti Gaming X, 72500. One of the better 1080tis
PSU: Corsair CX650m semi modular 80+ bronze, 5700
Case: Cooler master mastercase lite 5, 3600
Monitor: Samsung 23.5" 4k TN, 28200. Pretty small for a 4k monitor.
If you need a larger one, LG 27UD68P, 37,944, and a IPS to boot.
Notes: Ryzen 2000 series will be available for purchase in 2 months, you may consider that. Also, NVIDIA is rumored to launch new GPUs soon, so also look out for that. This build is a beast an will run most stuff released till 2017 in 4k60 with High-Ultra mixed settings. Also, you may opt for a 1440p monitor. Buy keyboard and mouse to your fancy.
Total cost: 1.45L to 1.6L
That's a TN panel. The price is nice, but I would really recommend an IPS panel. I got this for 31K from my local shop, check with your local retailer.
LG 27UD68-P 27-Inch 4K displays
LG 4K-UHD 27UD68. 27" inch 4k IPS.
However, it does not have freesync over hdmi, only display port. Slightly lower contrast than the 69.
Here's a reddit thread comparing the two monitors.
Never buy TN.
Same item 3 times because huge and frequent price jumps make me monitor (pun) every price:
Yeah, its this
Agreed. I really want to pull the trigger on the LG 27UD68-P; unfortunately, it's a FreeSync monitor. :(
IPS, 5ms response time, Wide viewing angle, Freesync (if you're going with AMD cards), 99% sRGB
<strong><em>This one</em></strong> and obv hdmi.
Not sure if this is the route you want to go, but if want to step up to 4k, the LG 27ud68 is probably the best entry level 4k monitor at $400.
I love these LG designs. I'm actually so excited for it, ordered a used one from a good seller for $340.
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Here ya go, and the monitor is freesync too
At different price points (I don't own a 4K myself but just doing some research);
LG 27UD68-P $465 FreeSync available
Viewsonic VP2780-4k $700