I might have some REGRETS! - ASUS TUF VG28UQL1A 4K 144hz gaming monitor

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  • Cameron Harris
    Cameron Harris 4 months ago +771

    I feel like the HDMI cable should have been cable tested now that you have a decent cable tester at LMG.

    • ViXoZuDo
      ViXoZuDo 3 months ago

      @Rostam Ostmann For any manufacturer, it's considered a review. There are different kinds of reviews, and definitely a short circuit video is more than just an unboxing.

    • Dick Cheney
      Dick Cheney 3 months ago

      Most of those "fails" are just fine. The only valid test is real use, if it works it works. And I say this as someone who does cable validation for fiber and Ethernet runs from time to time.

    • Rostam Ostmann
      Rostam Ostmann 3 months ago

      Short circuit videos are not reviews.

    • ViXoZuDo
      ViXoZuDo 4 months ago +2

      I'm pretty sure most of this monitor are send for review with a big list of what you can do with it. Almost certain that "test the cable" is not part of that list.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • Jeff Adam
    Jeff Adam 4 months ago +187

    The reason they don’t worry about putting all the info on the front is because monitors are stored on shelves “sideways”

    • Maxime Vhw
      Maxime Vhw 3 months ago +3

      i was thinking the exact same thing! Thats how i've always seen them at stores.

  • Grempington
    Grempington 4 months ago +202

    never drop anisotropic filtering below 8, there's really no point, the performance gain is negligible (most of the times nonexistent) compared to the massive drop in mid range texture fidelity

    • C7
      C7 3 months ago +1

      Only idiots will drop AF below X16 on a PC. Consoles are hardwired to be stupid as they use AF x4 or x2 sometimes lol

    • Kami pls
      Kami pls 3 months ago +3

      I was close to throwing up.

    • Grumpy Wolf Gaming
      Grumpy Wolf Gaming 4 months ago +1

      @raknikmik except when you play at 4k and it literally doesn't matter....

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

    • Nisco Racing
      Nisco Racing 4 months ago +15

      @Grempington That guy in the video has little clue what he is saying about the topic.

  • R. N.
    R. N. 4 months ago +161

    Almost bought one of those… ended up going for a 48 inch LG C1 as my main monitor… the price is almost the same, which is bonkers in my opinion… $500.00 for that monitor? Sure… $800.00? That is dangerously close to OLED territory…

    • Adam Koegle
      Adam Koegle 3 months ago

      @GZazeeSX That's just not true.

    • Ross Carlson
      Ross Carlson 3 months ago

      @Peter Gray Great, so let's talk in 18 months. I hope you get lucky, I really do, but let's talk then. I was just like you - sure I'd have zero problems - then 18 months later I'm looking at major burn in. Again don't get me wrong, they look AMAZING and I can't wait for QD OLED (as it's supposed to be MUCH less susceptible to burn-in) - the new 21:9 Alienware monitor looks fantastic (but I wouldn't give up my 32:9 for that, not yet).
      So again let's talk in 18 months...

    • Peter Gray
      Peter Gray 3 months ago

      @Ross Carlson Actually I own a LG CX and play PlayStation 5 and watch Netflix on it everyday, probably gets used 3-5 hours every day on average.

    • Ross Carlson
      Ross Carlson 3 months ago

      @Peter Gray Really, would you like to buy my TV from me then? I'm sorry that you don't believe me, I don't really care, I know what's happened to mine. They absolutely look stunning and I just replaced the screen on mine I'm thrilled to have it back. I now run it at 60% brightness and only watch movies and TV shows on it - never again will a news channel or PC screen be displayed on it.
      I'm curious, which OLED models do you own? How many hours a day have you had a news channel on them? Oh, you don't own an OLED, you're just regurgitating something you read without any actual experience? Ah, got it.

  • Damuskinous
    Damuskinous 4 months ago +9

    Honestly I love 1440p on a 32 inch with maxed out settings.
    Not too taxing on the hardware and it looks amazing for the cost to drive it.

  • Mr Freak
    Mr Freak 4 months ago +81

    After using a 32 inch monitor for about 2 years I really don't wanna go back to 27 or 24 inches. Multiple windows are much nicer at that size, you can fit a pdf on the right of the screen without having to scale it to a size where the text is unreadable. Also it allows me to sit further away.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

    • MAS SAM
      MAS SAM 4 months ago

      YESSSSSSSSSSS so true brotha, i make a jump from 24 inch monitor and bought a 32 inch 1440p samsung gaming monitor that has 144hz but no freesync or gsync. and from there i really cant go back looking aT smaller monitors.
      For me 32 inch is a great sweet spot, i thought of buying a 34 inch but the widescreen resolution, not all older game support like emulation. so i want that 16:9 resolution.
      For the love of god i cant imagine using more than 32 inch for anything. like 48 inch or 43 inch. its sooooo damn huge. unless i have bigger desk or possibility to wall mount such monitor

    • Padcontrol
      Padcontrol 4 months ago

      @Mr Freak yeh I agree that it depends on distance. My desk isn't too deep so I sit closer, which is why I found 32 too big.

    • Teodor Popescu
      Teodor Popescu 4 months ago

      @Mr Freak Absolutely exactly identical! 24" to the left, for a terminal window, some Spotify/TheXvid, discord, maybe an occasional documentation page.
      32" curved.
      Good morning, my neighbor!

    • Mr Freak
      Mr Freak 4 months ago +1

      @Teodor Popescu I have that exact same setup, a slighly curved 32 inch in the middle and a 24 inch rotated 90 degrees on the left. I use the smaller one mainly for windows I don't need to drag around a lot but still wanna see while having something in fullscreen on my main monitor. It's mainly for Discord, Spotify, a terminal window for compiling...

  • LiK
    LiK 4 months ago +36

    I love how every time he reviews a new monitor, he mentions the monitor he bought and how much he regrets it. I also have a 27” secondary monitor in vertical mode and it’s great. I have discord on the top half and browser on the bottom while I play games on the main monitor. Super comfy.

    • Flamespike
      Flamespike 4 months ago +1

      I bought a cheap samsung 16:10 25in for vertical discord, music playlist or web page. 27in 1440p 165hz asus tuf For main display which is awesome. 27 inch lg 4k for media/productivity and all 3 Together cost about as much as the reviewed monitor.

    • Manas
      Manas 4 months ago +9

      Damn, u really living the first world life

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • B. Winky
    B. Winky 4 months ago +1

    I like that the monitor stand uses the VESA mount. No need for extra mechanisms to attach the stand. But the pixel density is overkill.
    1440p 27" is the same as 4K 40.5"

  • bbrjltr
    bbrjltr 4 months ago +17

    I tested various display setups over the past couple of years, went the 4k path way too soon, when 980ti was barely able to drive those 2015 games in 4k at reasonable details, ditched it back to 1080p, then went double 1440p 27", then to 34" 1400p, never thinking I need more than those 75hz because I can''t tell the difference. Got a laptop with 165hz, that convinced me I can tell the difference, so I have the laptop 16" 165hz 1600p, the 34" 1440p for movies, and my primary is the Dell Gaming 24" 240hz. And I hope it will work fine for another few years, because it is the best screen I ever had, bright, great color accuracy, fast, and it cost like 220 EUR. 27" would be better, but Dell does not offer it as IPS, it is just right size, great spec, and to pay 4x more, it would really have to be a game changer to switch to that.

    • RobReports
      RobReports 4 months ago

      4K is AMAZING for work.. Reading, writing etc etc... Not everyone plays games. I personally do not even consider anything that is not 4K

    • Blahorga Slisk
      Blahorga Slisk 4 months ago +3

      Yea, I'm with you on that thing about having to eat crow regarding the "I can't see a difference" thing. I have a 1440p 144 Hz monitor and a lot of games can take some tweaking to get the minimum fps up to anything over 70. And I haven't really considered that to be much of a problem. Now the other day I was playing a game that had no problem running at 144 fps. The physics engine was however written to run optimally at 60 fps so it had a built in frame rate limiter. I was testing it out at unlimited first and everything was running fine. So I tested with the limiter set to144 fps and again everything was fine. So I set it to 120 and suddenly I thought it felt choppy. It was a very weird feeling, but definitely not just a placebo effect. However after a few minutes I stopped noticing again.
      So yes, I can see/feel a difference when I go down in fps. However going up from 120 to 144 I can't claim to actually notice the difference. Thing is I'm way more sensitive for stutter, so back when I had a slower graphics card and a 60 Hz monitor I sometimes locked the frame rate to 30 Hz and enabled V-Sync. For me that was way better than running the game at sometimes 60 Hz and then either live with screen tearing with V-Sync disabled or horrible stutter with it enabled.
      But in the end everyone have to choose what they prefer and balance their expectations with what their hardware is capable of and what they can afford to spend on upgrades.

  • AskingAlexander
    AskingAlexander 4 months ago +19

    I'm genuinely surprised at the price of this, considering I spent 250$ on my Samsung G5 Odyssey- which is 144 hz, 1440p, 32 inches, and is curved- and also has HDR (its HDR10 but controversially I think it's fine and I don't care for it being much brighter).

    • TheGrimSweaper
      TheGrimSweaper 3 months ago

      @Joe Marais not really, super high end 1440p monitors like the oddysey g7 have been well over $500 for past 18 months, heck the g7 came out in 2020 and it's just now going on sale for $550 , it stayed at $699 for a long time.

    • Joe Marais
      Joe Marais 4 months ago +1

      @Jon LaRue right but a premium 1440p 144hz panel has been like, $350 to $400 tops for over 18 months. So you're right, but other guy is also right where the host thinks "just buying" a similar monitor for $800 isn't some form of robbery is insane. It's completely out of touch with reality.

    • Jon LaRue
      Jon LaRue 4 months ago +1

      @lmperioz that's a budget 1440p 144hz monitor. Budget vs premium 1440p monitors are very different experiences. I have purchased a budget 1440p monitor, an Asus 27AQ (165 hz IPS), and an Acer Predator 270hz IPS. The budget monitor left me wanting much more. Hence the purchase and testing of the next 2 panels.

    • Mr George
      Mr George 4 months ago

      @Blahorga Slisk The things I mentioned refer to Asus monitor. You are right, the best way to compare is to actually see it for yourself in person but that's typically not possible. The reason I mentioned those things is I personally dislike when people are like the oc - oh I got this cheap and it has all these features on paper hence its better. No, the price is there, usually, for a reason, especially with monitors. But then again, some people can't tell the difference between 1080p and 1440p/4k so it all depends on your specific use case.

    • EVOLICIOUS
      EVOLICIOUS 4 months ago +2

      Thats pretty crazy that the G5 is only $250. Insane value for arguably the best display for its price and specs.

  • Slackin
    Slackin 4 months ago +1

    I have the LG 27GP950, which is a 27" 4K 160hz monitor. I absolutely love it. The insane PPI makes every game look phenomenal. I highly recommend it, but you do need a beefy system for high refresh 4K.

  • Spice
    Spice 4 months ago

    For a more midrange system, 1440p at 27 inches is more than fine. It'll be a good few years yet before running anything beyond esports titles at 4k becomes feasible for people on a budget.

  • T Mar
    T Mar 3 months ago

    This monitor rocks!! I love how the text looks as opposed to my G7 and the colors on the screen are great. But they both have good qualities! If your in the market for one and you can get it on the cheap like I did it's definitely worth it!!

  • Gkkiux
    Gkkiux 4 months ago

    I also have a VG27AQ, it's definitely unique - I had multiple firsts. Frequent crashing, no quick source change button, terrible color profiles...

  • Juan Pabunan
    Juan Pabunan 4 months ago +16

    I personally find 32" 1440p high refresh to be perfect.

    • Yirmiya
      Yirmiya 2 months ago

      what monitor do you use?

  • C_x48_wtchr.exe
    C_x48_wtchr.exe 4 months ago +2

    Really stoked to see 4K high refresh rate monitors releasing at a somewhat affordable price. I'm still on 1080p@60 and I wanna upgrade to 144Hz really badly, but 1440p is just not enough of a pixel density bump (going from 24" 1080p to 27" 1440p) for my taste.
    Though I would really love to see a 4K 144Hz Ultrawide, but sadly that's not a thing yet

    • CC Killer
      CC Killer 2 months ago

      I'd recommend looking into the M27-4k-UHD-144 from LC Power, it's got 99% srgb, 90% dci-p3 and 90% Adobe rgb coverage. It's a pretty good 4k 144 monitor for only 600$.

  • DPProgramming
    DPProgramming 3 months ago +1

    I wonder how this monitor compares to the Gigabyte M32U considering it's also a 4k IPS 144hz gaming monitor. It also has 90% DCI-P3 coverage if I remember correctly, and you can actually find it on Amazon for $750 (its original MSRP). The TUF's stand is definitely more appealing, especially since it can be swivelled, tilted, and rotated.
    But, coming from a G27QC 1440p 144hz curved VA monitor, I feel like a 32in would allow better immersion into the game, especially since the TUF isn't curved. Though I think it's true that a 32in would be way to big for something like CSGO, a game I play often, considering the screen size.

  • jubuttib
    jubuttib 4 months ago

    I have a 32" older TUF monitor, and while it's otherwise great, I really hate the rear buttons and nub. The screen is part of a triple monitor layout, and it's impossible to reach those without walking around to the back of the whole setup. =P

  • Joshua
    Joshua 4 months ago +18

    Why is it so difficult to get good HDR on a gaming monitor? I'd love you guys (or someone) to explain this one to me. New monitors keep coming out pushing refresh rates, response times, resolution, color, you name it. And yet in spite of all the bells and whistles, monitors are still stuck on HDR 400 for the most part which to me is a substantial disadvantage compared to TVs. Am I missing something here? The only proper HDR monitors I see are for creation, not consumption, so you lose all the other good stuff for the sake of that one aspect.

    • Blue
      Blue 4 months ago +1

      @Lead Foot: in this sense, the term "true HDR" for consumer display refers to 1) WCG, 2) 1000nit sustained, and 3) full local array dimming.
      OLED "nearly" achieves all three, MiniLED monitors do not. ~500 dimming zones is nowhere near good enough for metadata based tone-mapping, and an average MiniLED Panel itself does not look as good as OLED despite slightly higher brightness, especially on cheaper-end monitors like the ones you mentioned.
      Then there's software, which as "e21big" explained above, TV manufacturers have the skill to pull off the margins better. And as we know, software for mapping MiniLED backlight too look good is more challenging and expensive than OLED.
      At least that's my opinion.

    • Lead Foot
      Lead Foot 4 months ago

      @Blue There's no such thing as true hdr until someone makes a self emissive 10000 nit display. Even OLED has some significant drawbacks. A 576 zone monitor can still deliver a very good HDR experience.
      OLED still has very poor brightness and colors desaturate at high brightness. Pixels have trouble coming out of black so dark greys are over brightened. The gamma curve is optimized for a single refresh rate so VRR introduces luminance overshoot and raises blacks. Plus you still can't get ultra high refresh rate OLEDs.

    • e21big
      e21big 4 months ago

      In order to have a great HDR experiecne you will need two three things - a panel that can cover very good wide colour gamut, a full array local dimming backlight, and a back light that can get very bright (ideally at least 500 nit sustained and over 1000 nit peak)
      The first one can be archieved easy enough (and all of the HDR400 and below should have it by now) but the latter two are fairly complex and bulky system, FALD don't work correctly all the time even in the top end Sansung G9 and you'll end up with a fairly big monitor or fan if you want a 27 inch that can do 1000 nit (it can get pretty hot.) TV is a system on its own, it has its high end chip that TV maker developed in house, it has AI that helps with the complex function and it has the bulk that allows for better heat dissipation. Overall it's easier to implement a complex system on a TV than a monitor and probably give you more margin for it as well.
      Other than that, most monitor makers (Asus, Dell, Gigabyte etc.) are more like monitor assembler and tweaker. They can only buy whatever monitor LG or Samsung made and adopt their own configuration on it, so they can't really do much if the panel they bought didn't come with HDR hardware. And while LG and Samsung can make their TV smaller to be used as monitor, it wouldn't have the pixel density required for good size monitor (a 4k 55 inch TV is more 1080p 24 inch monitor for example)

    • Blue
      Blue 4 months ago

      1) Low demand. The "True HDR" crowd already have an expensive TV for video watching and gaming, therefore do not have a reason to need HDR on a smaller work monitor.
      2) Only FALD can achieve brightness of 1000nits in "HDR Sustained 10% Window" required for HDR1000 spec, and over 300nits in "SDR Sustained 100% Window" for monitor use. WRGB OLED cannot do either of this. Still, the best looking HDR gaming monitor under $1k USD is LG C2 42" OLED. Lots of good FALD HDR monitors out there but they are naturally expensive to make costing over $1k. New QD-OLED monitors hitting the market this year will be a good middle ground between the two, and capable of HDR1000.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • ArtistaFrustrado - KFP Noon Shift

    so i know it's a pointless gimmick feature, but I would kinda like if a monitor could detect when is rotated so it auto-swaps to Landscape mode

  • Michele Primavera
    Michele Primavera 4 months ago +9

    I still want a decent 144hz 1440p 27" ips display with a good amount of ports. I like how windows looks at 100% on 1440p but past that I would need upscaling

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

    • Jules
      Jules 4 months ago +1

      Honestly i think LGs ultragears are best in class for what youre looking for then. Otherwise if you want a curve, you can take a look at samsungs G5 but this one isnt IPS

  • e21big
    e21big 4 months ago

    You should always DLSS on Cyberpunk - well any game but Cyberpunk spesifically. The Nvidia recent update is sooo good, previously I hate it to having to drop to DLSS performance at 4k because it look notiecably worse than Quality and native but afte the latest update, I basically can't tell the different. Even in the demanding scene like moving three GN did point out a year ago

  • Waffls
    Waffls 4 months ago +2

    I think these are gonna sit on store shelves once the 42" OLED TVs come out later this year.

  • Josh Girvin
    Josh Girvin 4 months ago

    This is basically my Asus XG27UQ but better, with proper HDMI 2.1 and some other neat features. I want to know if it’s ELMB is good though; my monitors implementation is so bad that it’s unusable lol

  • Zsolt Péter Dániel
    Zsolt Péter Dániel 4 months ago

    32 inch is such a big upgrade from a 19 inch 900p. I got the smadt monitor m5 1080p not the 4k one and I am hally with it. It has suprisingly good sleakers and outstanding standalone capability.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • Andrew armstrong
    Andrew armstrong 4 months ago

    I love the monitor reviews, when you are talking about the second monitor, I would love the new LG dualup square monitor, but besides being revealed end of December no further info has been forth coming, would be perfect for video editing

    • kendokaaa
      kendokaaa 4 months ago

      @Andrew armstrong Fair enough, it's just that a lot of people seem to think these videos are reviews

    • Andrew armstrong
      Andrew armstrong 4 months ago

      @kendokaaa was speaking generically but thanks anyway

    • kendokaaa
      kendokaaa 4 months ago +1

      it's not a review, it's a sponsored video

  • Sir Admiral Snackbar
    Sir Admiral Snackbar 3 months ago

    Would it be possible for monitor reviews to test the cables as well to see if they are actually up to spec?

  • Enthusiastic Gamer
    Enthusiastic Gamer 4 months ago +1

    The HDMI and USB standard people should get together and make some more even mindbogglingly useless decisions about naming standards.

  • Brandon Naramore
    Brandon Naramore 4 months ago +11

    I have a Dell 32" 1440p 144hz HDR monitor and it's amazing! Of course I got it on sale locally for around $300. For all those that say 400 HDR isn't great. Coming from NO HDR to some HDR is nice! The games pop like they should. Cyberpunk looks tons better with HDR on versus without.

    • Brandon Naramore
      Brandon Naramore 3 months ago

      @TotalXPvideos maybe yours is defective? I'm sure you've looked into it.

    • TotalXPvideos
      TotalXPvideos 3 months ago

      HDR's are not made the same either, got an LG 1440p 144hz ""HDR"" montitor that just turns grey/green whenever you turn on HDR.

    • John Doe
      John Doe 4 months ago

      @Jerry Chen
      Yeah HDR 400 kind of reminds me of those cheap sunglasses that say like UV 400 or something instead of actually being polarized with like 100% UVA UVB protection. Sure it's better than nothing technically but is it though?!

    • Jerry Chen
      Jerry Chen 4 months ago +1

      IMO general windows use HDR 400 tends to hurt, since it just dims the screen so much (why? I don't know!)

    • Brandon Naramore
      Brandon Naramore 4 months ago +1

      @Elite Yeah I found it at Best Buy open Box but it was still wrapped new lol

  • Fernando
    Fernando 4 months ago +1

    I went from 15.6inch laptop to lg32inch 1440p 32inch and i love it. For 240 euros I'm happy. Paying 800 euro for a monitor is a lot for me and the differences are not that big.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • Mohammed Alhawaj
    Mohammed Alhawaj 4 months ago +2

    I have a Benq XR3501 (2560x1080p no sync and no HDR) for 6-7 years. Time to upgrade my monitor and i see now HDR400 4k 144hz is the base but i will try to go big and get the Neo G8 (4k 240hz HDR2000). Love the 32 inch size. For me 32 is perfect and 34is a max. I think 28 inch and lower is awesome 1440p monitor size.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • HiresMerc
    HiresMerc 4 months ago

    I did the same exact thing about a month ago. The only difference is I went with the 60hz model VG289Q1A. The monitors are in opposite positions. It was about $330. I didn’t need the high refresh rate because it’s not the center gaming display. I’d highly recommend it.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • Adria Garceran
    Adria Garceran 4 months ago +1

    High DPI is amazing. I have a 144hz 1440p 24 inch monitor and I love it. Shame it is not IPS...

  • No One
    No One 4 months ago

    Good to see some new faces, not that the old ones were bad. Great job!

  • New Moon
    New Moon 4 months ago

    27"-32" is firmly 1440p territory. This thing is competing with 42"-48" $1K OLEDs...
    Put it next to one with the lights out turned down then decide. The OLEDs get a lot brighter too.

  • GeFeldz
    GeFeldz 4 months ago +1

    I'm so glad i'm happy with 1080p at 27"! =) Much cheaper for high refresh rate gaming both in terms of monitor and GPU!

    • Bip Bop
      Bip Bop 4 months ago

      😊 I've a 4k 120Hz 6.5", but not much android content for it, lol. & I've a 15.6" 1080p 144Hz 👍🏽

  • Omnilegacy
    Omnilegacy 4 months ago +11

    So hard to spend money on these kind of monitors when the LG C2 42-inch is just around the corner... Seems all around the best Display for anything gaming...

    • Erik Leblanc
      Erik Leblanc 4 months ago +1

      I think the best new monitor is about to be the Alienware QD-OLED with Samsung! 34imch ultra wide. If they update their whole lineup with that panel it’s gonna be insane!

    • Romain Provost
      Romain Provost 4 months ago +6

      @TheKazragore Because even 42 is too big for a common desk

    • TheKazragore
      TheKazragore 4 months ago

      @Romain Provost The C1 is 48". The C2 is 42". Not sure why you're talking about the 48 in response to a 42 comment.

    • Romain Provost
      Romain Provost 4 months ago +2

      The problem is that you need a huge office to accommodate a 48-inch screen. Then you have to stay far away from the screen because the density of pixels is not important enough.
      Then if you do word processing (word), the readability of the characters is a little blurry.
      Then there is always the problem of the reflections of the slab if you are in a bright environment.
      Finally, there is always the minimal probability of burning.
      In short the choice of the Oled is not yet perfect, especially because of the size of the slabs which remains too important. It would take 34-36 inches maximum.

  • Bip Bop
    Bip Bop 4 months ago +14

    Well I'll be able to buy something like this for $500, long before I can buy a $500 gpu to drive it.

    • Lomaii
      Lomaii 4 months ago

      ⚡:SPEZIEL FÜR DICH
      "HOTGIRLS18.FUN"
      tricks I do not know
      Megan: "Hotter"
      Hopi: "Sweeter"
      Joonie: "Cooler"
      Yoongi: "Butter
      So with toy and his tricks, do not read it to him that he writes well mamon there are only to laugh for a while and not be sad and stressed because of the hard life that is lived today.
      Köz karaş: '' Taŋ kaldım ''
      Erinder: '' Sezimdüü ''
      Jılmayuu: '' Tattuuraak ''
      Dene: '' Muzdak ''
      Jizn, kak krasivaya melodiya, tolko pesni pereputalis.
      Aç köz arstan
      Bul ukmuştuuday ısık kün bolçu, jana arstan abdan açka bolgon.
      Uyunan çıgıp, tigi jer-jerdi izdedi. Al kiçinekey koyondu wins taba algan. Al bir az oylonboy koyondu karmadı. '' Bul koyon menin kursagımdı toyguza albayt '' dep oylodu arstan.
      Arstan koyondu öltüröyün dep jatkanda, bir kiyik tigi tarapka çurkadı. Arstan aç köz bolup kaldı. Kiçine koyondu emes, çoŋ kiyikti jegen jakşı dep oylodu. # 垃圾
      They are one of the best concerts, you can not go but just seeing them from the screen, I know it was surprising
      💗❤💌💘

  • Josh Biggs
    Josh Biggs 4 months ago +7

    I bought this monitor. The monitor is not bright at all and the color accuracy is okay. Your better off getting a great 1440p monitor for the price or saving up for the new LG OLED 42"

  • Neoxon
    Neoxon 4 months ago +166

    Yeah, maybe you bought your monitor too soon. Plus there’s DisplayPort 2.0 on the horizon.

    • Y ur reading my name?
      Y ur reading my name? 3 months ago

      My gosh the first 3 comments

    • LilYukYuk
      LilYukYuk 3 months ago

      What does DP 2.0 feature ?

    • DPProgramming
      DPProgramming 3 months ago

      @Bigdog1787 the gtx 660 is better

    • Bigdog1787
      Bigdog1787 4 months ago

      @EVOLICIOUS 660 has 2gb video memory the 730 has 4gb it's 730 way better just because of that.😵

    • EVOLICIOUS
      EVOLICIOUS 4 months ago

      @Bigdog1787 660 is a better gpu than the 730, lol

  • ZXL
    ZXL 4 months ago +21

    These TUF products are so reliable! Just ask my 4 defective or DOA TUF laptops and my TUF motherboard that had a corrupted BIOS on boot!

    • ZXL
      ZXL 4 months ago +7

      @SlyMcfly Don't we all just love bots? So much?

    • SlyMcfly
      SlyMcfly 4 months ago +13

      I love how your two responses on this is bots lol

  • Mark Davenport Jr
    Mark Davenport Jr Month ago

    I have a 32 inch 1440p as well and I'm totally thinking of upgrading to 4k and 28 inch seems to me like the sweet spot for my realspace L desk. :)

  • Andrew Blank
    Andrew Blank 4 months ago

    I’ve had the VG28UQL1A for about 2 months. Absolutely love it. I’m using it with my PS5 and my PC. When the price drops I plan on buying another one.

    • Caleb Thomas
      Caleb Thomas 3 months ago +1

      @CallumYT I’ve had a dead pixel it was red on my old monitor it was very small you don’t really notice it when your playing or even playing lol I didnt know what it was at first lol

    • Caleb Thomas
      Caleb Thomas 3 months ago

      @CallumYT I hope so man!

    • CallumYT
      CallumYT 3 months ago

      @Caleb Thomas yeah got one too and love it! Amazing at 120fps on ps5 👀 4k aswell! Don’t notice any input lag either people on these reviews are being extremely picky. What ever the milliseconds are it is UnNoticeable to eye. Am abit upset it had a tiny blue pixel (stuck?) which is there on black backgrounds. On a monitor this expensive I am really upset about it but I hope it disappears! Other then that the performance is Fantastic!

    • Caleb Thomas
      Caleb Thomas 3 months ago +1

      I just got it like couple of days ago I love it man! amazing and beauiful picture nice response time I haven't seen any like lag or anything either or blacks looking gray like people been saying lol Great Monitor!

    • Andrew Blank
      Andrew Blank 3 months ago +1

      @CallumYT Im playing Warzone and I haven't noticed any input lag.

  • Joshua W
    Joshua W 4 months ago +1

    You do realize that monitor size also depends on how far away it is from your eyes right? So if you want everything to fit within your peripheral vision just move it back. Like with my setup I have my monitor on a separate table behind my desk, where my desk is 3m off the wall.

  • Russell Wong
    Russell Wong 2 months ago

    Hey! Thanks for the video. I’m considering getting this, possible to let me know what is the height of the monitor when it’s using the stand at its lowest height?

  • Skooma Gnark
    Skooma Gnark 4 months ago +1

    i feel old... im still fine with 1080p and no HDR xD
    even back then when 1440p came out and everyone lost their marbles, i was like: uhhh, and now? its not like the hardware to run those resolutions, especially now with 4k, got cheaper, and... yeah :D i just want to have stuff run fast, 120Hz/FPS is plenty, and maybe get some eyecandy on. resolution was never a selling point for me. oh well * shrug * ^^
    screen size tho, thats another thing. currently still running with a bunch of 27" screens, but when i get something like a 32:9.... nah, then its just two 27" slapped together, and 1080p is still fine :D

  • GrieverXVII
    GrieverXVII Month ago

    im essentially in this boat right now. still using old 27" 1080p monitors, looking to upgrade to 4k, but my setup requires dual monitors within the 27-28" range so this monitor fits the spec perfectly while delivering the technicalities that i desire.. the only thing i wish you would've talked about more is how scaling and the high resolution on the 28" effects the general sizing in windows, i've read that many people say you would have to scale by 125-150% for things to be legible, would've liked to see some examples in the video on this.

  • Sacco Belmonte
    Sacco Belmonte 4 months ago

    I'm using the equivalent M28U. And yes, it displays a gorgeous image.

  • Hotlog
    Hotlog 4 months ago +1

    I guess we're to the point where "4K" isn't that wow factor it used to be.

  • Cavegamer
    Cavegamer 4 months ago

    got a used thinkcentre enterprise 1440p 144hz 24in. monitor for $65.
    its in perfect condition
    everything else seems ridiculously overpriced now.

  • unlocked
    unlocked 4 months ago +3

    i have two msi optix monitors one 1440p 32inch one 1080p 27 inch both 144hz altogether cost 500 pounds new they are great but my only regret is the colour repro isnt great but cant have everything at that price but i would defo recommend oh and no hdr

  • Robert T
    Robert T 4 months ago +8

    I would assume he got the 32” monitor because of the screen size and not resolution, so the 28” would be too “small”
    Personally while I think 1440p is fine at 32, but I’d prefer the 4k resolution. At 27-28” 1440p is good though.

    • HuttonBerries
      HuttonBerries 4 months ago

      Yeah, I upgraded from a 1440p 32" monitor to an odyssey G9 (same height as 27" so same PPI) and there was a major difference

    • HuttonBerries
      HuttonBerries 4 months ago

      Yeah, I upgraded from a 1440p 32" monitor to an odyssey G9 (same height as 27" so same PPI) and there was a major difference

  • tomáš vítek
    tomáš vítek 4 months ago

    Give this man some more keyboards to review, PLEASE

  • Tommi Ridanpää
    Tommi Ridanpää 4 months ago

    Think I'll wait for an affordable, colour-accurate, 1440p, 240 Hz, IPS
    Whenever in 2030 that may be

    • J
      J 4 months ago

      Cheap hrr oleds will come first, IPS is on the way out.

  • TDATA
    TDATA 4 months ago +4

    I like how thin that is. BEEN looking into getting a new monitor for my upstairs PC since that thing is SILLY. 3090 TR4 3990x 256GB RAM, just everything. So wanted a color accurate, high refresh rate monitor.

    • Drogo Bero
      Drogo Bero 4 months ago

      Watch some of Techless's yt vids. he does basically only monitors and convinced me to buy my g24f

    • TheKazragore
      TheKazragore 4 months ago

      And there I was thinking a 3960x, 64Gb, 3090 was silly. Damn. I'm also looking for good 4K panels, though I'm waiting to see what the 42" offerings are going to be this year.

  • cee kay
    cee kay 3 months ago

    I gotta say the 1440p 165Hz display built into my Asus Zypherus G15 has been phenomenal, it's really the first time I've bought a laptop with a built-in display that both LOOKS & RUNS fantastic for both media playback + game performance. This monitor looks nice... but until I build my next desktop; the default monitor on my G15 has been more than enough for me.
    Asus really seems to know how to spec their built-in displays to make the most of my 5900 & 3070. GG Asus you've kept me from straying from my default display by simply including a... GOOD DISPLAY, it's kinda genius really lol

  • Alexander Sloan
    Alexander Sloan 3 months ago

    "Thin bezels" on this line of monitors is the biggest scam. I have an older tuff gaming super monitor and it's the same thing, thin plastic bezels but MASSIVE black border around the viewable area of the panel.

  • Se7enity
    Se7enity 4 months ago +2

    Still waiting for a very good 32”, 4k@120 zero bezel monitor for PS5 and M1 Mac Mini.

  • StingrayC267
    StingrayC267 4 months ago +23

    As someone using a 1050p 22" monitor, this looks like a nice upgrade. But I don't know if my 5600x w/ 1650 Super can handle games at 4K.

    • StingrayC267
      StingrayC267 4 months ago

      @TodoPrenditz so what card is capable right now? That can do 4K?

    • Sofagamer2000
      Sofagamer2000 4 months ago

      @Samira Peri Was talking about horizontal and/or vertical Resolution witch is exactly double
      (1920*2=3840 and 1080*2=2160)
      Which means that to up-scale he would need to do 50% rendering resolution.
      So he would render 1080p but get an QFHD output
      (or just drive it as an 1080p monitor in Windows and forget about it until getting new GPU, but loosing benifit of 4k screen realastate on Desktop)
      So yes you are correct it is four times the Pixels but only double the resolution. Will edit original comment for clarity.

    • Sofagamer2000
      Sofagamer2000 4 months ago

      @Anankin12 Was talking about horizontal and/or vertical Resolution witch is exactly double
      (1920*2=3840 and 1080*2=2160)
      Which means that to up-scale he would need to do 50% rendering resolution.
      So he would render 1080p but get an QFHD output
      (or just drive it as an 1080p monitor in Windows and forget about it until getting new GPU, but loosing benifit of 4k screen realastate on Desktop)
      So yes it is four times the Pixels but only double the resolution. Will edit original comment for clarity.

    • Abrikos Kokos
      Abrikos Kokos 4 months ago

      @TodoPrenditz 3060 isnt a huge improvement and i dont play somephing like cyberpank(which 1650 cant run at 1080) i play War Thunder at medium, Doom Eternal at mid-high with low textures, and some older titles like Alien Isolation which 1650 can run on max in 4k and this is one of the best looking games i have ever seen(apart from cutscenes which i think were pre rendered at 480p) and of course a lot more, but those are my favorite ones.

    • Abrikos Kokos
      Abrikos Kokos 4 months ago

      @Anankin12 Cause its more detail in 4k. You get worse lighting shadows and some other things but generally resolution gives you a huge omprovement in level of detail

  • Oxmitt
    Oxmitt 4 months ago

    7:00 I like the knob on the side, because i have my mid speaker right under my monitor, wich interferes with a bottom knob.

  • Colonel Angus
    Colonel Angus 4 months ago +5

    I love my 32 inch 1440p ultragear.
    165hz, hdr, dp 1.4...
    $250 brand new. Y'all are crazy spending $800.

  • PUAR
    PUAR 4 months ago +1

    Can you please test your 4k and 2k monitors with consoles? Specially interested in ps5 4k->2k downscaling for 1440p monitos

  • andy budiman
    andy budiman 4 months ago

    You'll have another regret if you buy it. Gigabyte M32U 32 inch 4k is also around $800. They share almost the same panel, but you'll get larger screen with the same price

  • Lightning Gamer
    Lightning Gamer 4 months ago

    If I had better hardware I’m sure Cyberpunk would be great. I just want to explore the city in all the details but I can’t and probably won’t for a long time maybe by the time I can the game will be optimized better 🙂

  • MysticNZ
    MysticNZ 4 months ago

    Purchased this a few weeks back. Bloody awesome!

  • jerandre
    jerandre 4 months ago

    I can’t lie this is my main monitor and it’s pretty awesome

  • Matt Gibbia
    Matt Gibbia 3 months ago

    4k is great but at the same time at monitor sizes you don't really notice the difference from 1440 nearly as much as you notice the performance difference

  • Coltrinculo
    Coltrinculo 4 months ago +3

    It would be realy nice if you guys also always mentiond color acuracy with monitors, what color space they fill ect. I know it is for games and thusndoesnt matter as much but still is a good thing to know
    Edit: Im dumb lol and just wasnt paying attention when you said

    • Coltrinculo
      Coltrinculo 4 months ago

      @Bip Bop oop im dumb lol

    • Bip Bop
      Bip Bop 4 months ago +1

      He read it off the box and they even put the color chart on screen 1:04

  • GenericWhiteMale
    GenericWhiteMale 4 months ago

    Hmm this monitor has really similar specs to the ROG XG27UQ monitor with 4k 144hz and faux HDR400, but cheaper

  • You are breathing
    You are breathing 4 months ago

    And here I am playing computer games on a 75hz monitor.
    I would upgrade my monitor to one that can display 120hz (or even more) but then I'll need to upgrade my graphics card, and we all know that situation right now.

  • Peter Glagowski
    Peter Glagowski 4 months ago +1

    I really wish more monitors had HDR 1000. It's aggravating that you have to either deal with a VA panel or get an OLED to achieve exceptional HDR.

    • Peter Glagowski
      Peter Glagowski 3 months ago +1

      @MaxTheCenturion I am looking forward to that.

    • MaxTheCenturion
      MaxTheCenturion 3 months ago

      @Peter Glagowski Hopefully the LG C2 42" comes out soon!

    • Peter Glagowski
      Peter Glagowski 3 months ago +1

      @MaxTheCenturion I have the ridiculous 43 inch Aorus FV43U, so I'm set for HDR. I just wish we could have smaller monitors with HDR 1000.

    • MaxTheCenturion
      MaxTheCenturion 3 months ago

      I have the dell VA ultrawide and it with the backlight strobing it's really nice for FPS games and the black smear is not noticeable almost at all. Also get's to 550 nits so HDR looks pretty nice!

  • Edgard B.
    Edgard B.  3 months ago

    Always great video.. would this run 4k 120fps with the ps5?

  • BloodyIron
    BloodyIron 4 months ago

    I for one don't want only a nub for monitor controls. I love a dedicated source button to switch between sources. Or even better a few buttons I can customize to whatever function I want. In addition to a nub. I want both.

  • BurntFaceMan
    BurntFaceMan 4 months ago

    Still running my $20's of old Samsung Ex Lease monitors I picked up from work. 2x24's of 1080P beauty.
    One day when I'm rich I will upgrade to some 27's of 1440. One day they will be affordable to the poorer people who don't work for LTT.

  • StaySic4Ever
    StaySic4Ever 4 months ago

    Their ULMB-sync is neat though. But yeah, far from proper HDR display.

  • Chris Bryan
    Chris Bryan 4 months ago +2

    Wow. . . Way Kool !!! I bought the 4K LG 144Hz a year ago for about $800. It's only 27 inch but it's awesome.

  • Jon LaRue
    Jon LaRue 4 months ago

    I have done the same thing with Asus 27AQ it rocks as a vertical monitor.

  • King
    King 4 months ago

    I would want a 4k 28 inch monitor for the ppi but I don't have access to a good GPU right now and my 2080Super won't be able to handle 4k anymore for latest games.

  • Sorum & Sons FF & Painting

    I bought a 1440p moniter but then only managed to find a 3060, switched to a 240hz 1080p and I fucking love it, moderate overclocks and I get good frames

    • Sorum & Sons FF & Painting
      Sorum & Sons FF & Painting 4 months ago

      @Joe Marais r5 5600x it’s pretty decent ya. Does what I want forsure

    • Joe Marais
      Joe Marais 4 months ago +1

      240 hz on a 24 inch 1080p screen is definitely the way to go. All the pixel density of a 32 inch 1440p screen with potentially double frames if the cpu is top tier.

  • insuna
    insuna 4 months ago

    If we don't get 27-28-29 inch 4K 120hz+ OLEDs soon I might have to get this one...

  • Ministry of Magic: Department of Mysteries

    Seems silly to dump $800 on a 4k panel that is 144hz when you'll basically never use that power. I guess when you work for LTT and get an Intel upgrade every year or so you can get impossible GPUs at MSRP.

    • Nicholas Wilks
      Nicholas Wilks 3 months ago

      the high refresh rate isnt just noticed in games. A lot of people (like linus) appreciate the higher refresh rate just navigating the desktop or browsing the web

  • Sören Borchers
    Sören Borchers 4 months ago

    In my personal opinion and experience 4K for gaming is (almost) not worth it right now. Yes it looks amazing, especially in more "sightseeing" focussed games, but the hardware we have right now is just not ready, especially as most people don't have 3090s just laying around. You will always have to turn down a lot of settings and use DLSS, which will reduce the improvement you got from 4k in the first place. And games that run super smooth in 4k are often less "next gen" games which also look amazing in lower resolutions. When we have the right hardware it will be great, but until that happens i definetly prefer 1440p with higher settings and much higher FPS, or even 1080p on smaller monitors. I'm definetly a gamer with a love for amazing graphics, but the frames per second price you pay right now just isn't worth it.
    (Oh, and CS:GO is honestly not the game you get a 4K monitor for, that thing runs on everything and looks "good" even in 720p :D)

  • Ty
    Ty 18 days ago

    HDMI 2.1 is for new gen tvs and monitors and consoles and the sort. It is meant to support up to 8k. WIthout a 2.1 supported port on your monitor, your ps5 will not run 4k at 120hz at the same time. Youll have to pick one or the other without a 2.1 port.

  • Gregory Allen
    Gregory Allen 3 months ago

    I think the next appealing monitor upgrade will be 32”, 4K, 144 hz. That would be the ideal size, resolution and refresh rate for me.

  • Artur
    Artur 4 months ago

    TBH I have a 1440p 144Hz monitor and I'll be switching JUST for 32-36" 4K OLED/IPS but with real HDR :)

  • kendokaaa
    kendokaaa 4 months ago +3

    You guys might want to emphasize that these videos are not reviews. A lot of commenters seem convinced these are reviews but they're sponsored videos (AKA ads)

  • Robert Freeman
    Robert Freeman 4 months ago

    I mean, I can't game in 4k for the most part. Had a 34" wide-screen monitor and then tested out a Samsung Q70 or something at 55". From what I read I knew it could do 1440p at 120hz...turns out when you turn the gaming mode on, you have gsync support and 4K 120Hz. But I just created custom resolutions to game in ultrawide and I gotta say I dig it. Although Far Cry 6 isn't much of a game but first time air dropping with a uw resolution at that size it was pretty epic! Skater XL runs in 4k just fine but I definitely prefer the wider field of view ans extra frames. The tv was on sale for a good price and turns out it was even better than I thought :) Just replaced my UW+32" with that and well...finally have a tv after all these years 😅

  • Douche
    Douche 4 months ago

    i bought a lenovo 1080p monitor ips 75hz for $250
    the next day the price of that monitor dropped and I came across a listing on amazon for a branded monitor (idr what is was) abt $170 1080p 144hs, I might have some regrets

  • Reckoning
    Reckoning 4 months ago

    I definitely prefer side buttons to the navigation nub.

  • Monte Veskeii
    Monte Veskeii 3 months ago

    He accidentally understands at the end, though from a backwards-analysis of content to hardware capability. It’ll be years before even TheXvid can try 4k content at above 60fps.
    That said, you want the tech ceiling if you’re paying that much for a small screen that can’t be repurposed for a rec room later on, I don’t get this modern “shallow lifespan hardware” lifestyle review channels created. There’s no understanding of the future. Complaining about a brand new poorly optimized game on brand new hardware not hitting 4k144hz is an indictment of zero content online at higher than 4k60. If you could at least see 4k144 together in the closest to AAA gaming (Lossless HD high refresh footage being the only thing close), there wouldn’t be the “ah it looks high res but no frames” or “oh it looks real smooth but I have to turn down to 1080p and turn on DLSS”.
    Sure if it’s to save percentages on a purchase I get it, but that percentage comes with the future of “and then it’ll have to be replaced or sold or stored because you wanted that discount”. Does anybody see the future of their 28 inch high refresh monitor being used as a kitchen tv? Gonna put the 28inch in the basement “theatre room”? All whopping 28inches to see from 5ft away on the couch? In that repurposed future, do you really see it playing content at 4k144hz? How many years do you think it’ll take for that content to be available?
    Optimization for content streaming online, optimization for AAA games at 4k60+ is going to be the goal, seems like Epic saw the writing on the wall with that one making UE5. Now is there a web browser or streaming stick that’s going to do the moonshot for 4k144hz content?

  • lazyreuvin
    lazyreuvin 4 months ago

    I've been waiting for a high refresh (minimum 144hz) 4K monitor for over a year now. This monitor isn't bad but for the amount you're paying it's hardly worth it as there are too many compromises such as the peak brightness only hitting 450 Nits, only a paltry 8 dimming zones, and is only a HDR400 monitor ( it's not a true HDR monitor). If you can't wait, go for the Gigabyte M28U which is better factory calibrated and edges out the Asus even though they use the same panel ever so slightly according to Hardware Unboxed. If you can wait like me (we've already held out this long...) you're better off waiting for this years offerings (this monitor was released mid last year). I'm praying that the Samsung Neo G8 is finally the monitor to make me pull the trigger!!

    • Zombie
      Zombie 2 months ago +1

      @HOkayson yeah that always confuses me too. Low nits is absolutely fine. Why must a monitor be so bright? So strange

    • HOkayson
      HOkayson 3 months ago +1

      I'm honestly baffled by people's desire to have their eyes burnt out. I have my monitor set to 100-120nits & that's bright enough in a room where I control the lights. I just don't get why people want 2000 nits, that's just painful to look at & headache-inducing.

  • Rey Luna
    Rey Luna 3 months ago

    Only thing I want is a 2k 24 to 28 inch display with 240htz in a nice va or IPs panel

  • MayaYa
    MayaYa 4 months ago

    Asus always had such good monitor stands the triangle design is a huge downgrade

  • Dathaniel
    Dathaniel 3 months ago

    These prices are just dreadful, I really though these stats would be sub 500$ by now

  • blocki
    blocki 4 months ago

    My guess is LG may have some strange patent that forbids everyone else from doing the nipple only navigation.

  • Ghozer
    Ghozer 4 months ago

    You should start running 1440p and 4k monitors in 1080p, so those who are running 1080p now, and have a GPU that isn't quite enough for 1440p (or 4k) can still run in 1080p for now, then get the 'upgrade' once they can upgrade the GPU... but buy the monitor now.. (my situation, monitors are almost 10 years old, 1080p, and one is on it's way out, only running a 1070 and don't want to invest in new 1080p monitors, but wont be able to run properly at much higher resolution without sacrificing quality, so run in 1080p and scale! :D
    review the quality of lower-resolution on a higher resolution screen, how good the scaling is (using monitor, not GPU) etc.... it's something nobody does!

  • Goran Novakovic
    Goran Novakovic 4 months ago

    That size doesnt seem enough for 4k

  • M Z
    M Z 4 months ago

    No way on this monitor. Get the Asus PG279QM. It's $800. And I love it! It's the best IPS 1440p 240hz monitor on the market

  • Beep_Boop_Beep
    Beep_Boop_Beep 3 months ago +2

    You're not really future proofing by buying any monitor today. With local zone dimming, mini-LED and OLED all emerging and all having far superior performance to this monitor, paying $800 for an IPS monitor today is a really bad investment.
    Also, as already demonstrated in this video, almost nobody needs a 4K monitor at 27-28". Aside from most plebs not being able to discern between 2K and 4K, what is the point of having a monitor that can refresh at 144hz if the worlds most powerful GPU's can't run games at those frame rates.
    Save your money and wait for better monitor tech to drop in price and when GPU's are actually 4K 120hz ready.

  • Sloth7D
    Sloth7D 4 months ago +6

    Dude, so many people just overthink absolutely everything. You have a banger monitor, so enjoy it. There's always something better around the corner and if you keep thinking about the upcoming or just released monitors that are better than yours, you'll literally never enjoy your setup. Trust me, enjoy your monitor. If it helps, it's better to even be ignorant of better monitors existing giving you piece of mind for your setup. Doesn't work for everyone but who knows.