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LG 27" 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor 27UD58-B

LG 27" 4K UHD IPS LED Monitor 27UD58-B

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I have one of these monitors. It is being driven by a RX580 4gb card. It will run a max resolution of 5120 x 2880. It recommends running at 3840 x 2160. On either setting if you leave scaling at 100% you will need a magnifying glass to read anything. It runs Netflix 4k just fine. It unfortunately won't run 4K games without blacking the screen every so many seconds. If running at 2160 it can run ok. I had 2 HD7970's running in crossfire and could run World of tanks at 4K with about 30 FPS. It runs 2160 at about 80-90 fps and running it at 1080p was running at 115. With the single Radeon it runs about 100 Fps at 1080p. I found a Pantone Huey device at a thrift store for $10. It does make a difference after calibrating it. You can try to use the Radeon calibration but it is not as good as the Huey device. All in all I would consider getting a second one as my secondary monitor is 1080P max and it gets wonky trying to run 2 different resolutions. I jsut don't have the desk space to fit 2 side by side.
only 60hz refresh rate ??
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Find a 4k monitor anywhere near this price that has a higher refresh rate.
All 4k monitors have 60hz expect for the new asus that has to come out soon and will cost like 1000 dollars
Of course a 27" 4k ips monitor goes on here the week after I buy a 27" 1080p ips monitor from amazon, for the same price 😑
Return it and get this one. Amazon will give you a return label. :)
good idea but that's so much hassle for where I live
Yanybody know if they ship to cana da?
i ordered 300$ speaker and they shipped to me, u just have to pay fee to the courier.
I had to pay 35$ to pickup 350$ worth of electronic.
Seriously? You can buy the 2017 model (27UD68P) on Amazon for $70 more and have it in two days. Plus the bezel is much nicer.
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It wasn’t at the time of my post. Prices do change daily on there..
Amazon has AI pricing bots that will price something based on who is viewing, stock, etc.
I have a mid 2015 macbook that has Thunderbolt 2. In order to get 60hz, you have to use the display port connection and you need a Mini DisplayPort to DisplayPort Cable. HDMI connection on this mac will only get you 30hz. I ordered this cable from Amazon and it works: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N5RY8D7 and it works.

Weirdly, you can't actually see the refresh rate in System Preference monitors for this monitor when using display port (it did display as 30hz when using HDMI. This is all it shows with display port connection:

To see that I got refresh rate I installed the cscreen terminal app. If you use homebrew, you can install it with 'brew cask install cscreen'. It outputs like this:

DisplayID Index Depth Width Height Refresh
1a49e846 1 32 1920 1080 60

From that I could tell I got the 60hz refresh rate.

You can also use this one for Thunderbolt 2 to HDMI 2.0 and get 60hz (it's better if you want HDMI Deep Color):

You may also need the SwitchResX app if your mac still won't apply the 60hz resolution
Why only to the US, I'd like to be able to get this?
4k monitor sounds good on paper, but monitors with 4k + HDR are where you're really going to see jaw dropping graphics. If you want something amazing, right now you can get an OLED 4k + HDR television with quantum dot on samsung, and they even offer in house financing on their website.
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This has Ultra HD Deep Color in the settings. Enabling it gave me 10-bit colors. Is that not what HDR is?

Edit: duh, I must have been tired when I wrote this. HDR is the metadata, 10-bit is just the pre-requisite for that to be able to look good
QLED is Samsung's proprietary label for their Quantum dot technology. Samsung made a bet on LED over OLED years ago, and they missed out on that 'train'. As a response to OLED's dominance of the high-end market they created QLED as a competing technology that corrects all of OLED's flaws while offering some significant improvements.

Most notable, the pixels last longer and burn at the same rate (OLED blue pixels burn faster) and QLED is much brighter than OLED can be currently while still offering nearly the same black levels.
Alright, can anyone verify if the PS4 Pro runs "4k" on this? I have had gnarly luck since black friday with monitors... HDCP 2.2?
I doubt it. There's only a few 4k monitors that are HDCP 2.2, they are much more expensive too.
I know your comment was 19 weeks ago however this is for the current drop:

This monitor does not work with the PS4 Pro for 4K; it is still usable at 1080p though. ( Unfortunately returning one that I had bought from Microcenter tonight... :/ )

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