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Although LG's 27GL850 is still one of the most popular gaming monitors on the market, it's time for an update. The Korean electronics manufacturer decided it was time to launch the successor to the official 27GL850, aptly named 27GP850. Additionally, LG will also launch a 32-inch variant (32GP850), offering the same impressive specs as the 27-inch option, including: Nano IPS panel, 180hz refresh rate, and 2560 x 1440 screen resolution.
has a deeper understanding of the specifications of the two displays, and users can also get a GTG response time of 1 ms, a contrast ratio of 1000: 1 and a maximum brightness of 400 cd / m2, thanks to VESA certification DisplayHDR 400. The increased refresh rate of 180Hz can be achieved by simple OSD overclocking, and the monitor's native refresh rate is 165Hz.
These two panels will also show VRR support for AMD and Nvidia systems. However, although both variants are compatible with FreeSync Premium, Gsync cannot say that, it only provides Gsync support. Users can also expect 10-bit color (8-bit + FRC), a flicker-free WLED backlight, and a wide color gamut that supports 98% DCIP3 space. Another improvement of
compared to its predecessor is support for MBR (Motion Blur Reduction), a strobe backlight technology that improves the sharpness of fast-moving objects. Although this feature can be used in conjunction with AdaptiveSync (usually not applicable to many gaming monitors), it may cause poor performance due to stroboscopic crosstalk.
Finally, the inputs of both models will include DisplayPort 1.4, 2 x HDMI 2.0, 2 x USB 3.0 and audio options. The
new monitors are available on Amazon at a retail price of approximately $599.99, which puts this monitor in the upper mid-range price range. They will also be included in most European countries.