I was going to type essentially the same as the post above but as Legend already said that, I will just say I agree with what he said!
Not NOW, but in future it will probably be a good option if you want a large monitor. For example 3-5 years from now.
Looks completely normal. Save yourself the hassle TBH.
Its quite good that you get 5 years.. Cannot complain really compared to 2 years on some brands.
That is extremely bad.
Maybe it should say 93% and it was a typo?
93% is normal although still not great.
Looks like the 2C but with a red bit and a microphone.
What Cooper said.
I have literally never seen a dead pixel on any monitor, except an ancient 20" monitor I owned for 5+ years.
Also if it is 60hz then I will have to report you to Lord Gaben.
To be honest your PC with 1080p is ridiculous.
Got any pictures of a white screen?
I would say these pseudo attempts at HDR support, may as well look at them as a good SDR monitor because that dimming would help with SDR but...
Please post up your black screen and white screen photos if you want to thanks!
No I did not mean it NEEDS to have that, I meant I am sure I remember reading that Nvidia said in order to be qualified as "Gsync HDR" it would...
Anyone noticed that their white uniformity gets worse the longer the monitor is on?
When I switch my monitor on first thing, the whites look...
Interesting just noticed this...
I think I remember Nvidia saying they only use this module if it is 1000?
I was going to add that I think it looks blatantly like this will be Gsync not Freesync... But LG rep has confirmed that before I posted!
White and black uniformity do not look like much / any improvement over the previous generation of panels... I guess the 1900r curve does not help...
Seems they are all similar with a darker right side, not terrible, but worse than the previous generation eg. X34... I guess because of the curve...
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