LG 34GN850
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  • Great for gaming
  • 144Hz native refresh rate
  • HDR 400 certified
  • Gsync compatible (48-144hz)
  • IPS 1ms response time

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LG 34GN850-B
The LG 34GN850-B is an overall good monitor with impressive gaming performance. It has a 1440p resolution on a 34 inch screen, delivering an immersive gaming experience as well as plenty of screen real estate for productivity tasks. The screen is lightly curved and it can get bright enough for ...
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Samuel Breton
4 months ago
rtings.com
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Should you buy the LG 34GN850-B ?
The LG34GN850-B is a refresh of the LG 34GK950F-B. While it does not make any monumental leaps above it predecessor, it does improve in several places that make it a worthwhile buy if you are trying to decide between the two. I don't want to write a lengthy 5 paragraph review that no one will read s...
5/5
MB
2 years ago
amazon.com
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Solid mid range ultrawide with great specs
Pros: -144hz native -HDR 400 certified -Gsync compatible (48-144hz) -external power brick (might be a con depending on how you feel) -IPS 1ms response Cons: -included cables are a bit short Overall this is a solid display, but I'll be honest I was very nervous when I bought this because there were n...
5/5
Scott
2 years ago
amazon.com
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RTX 3070 for $499 and RTX 3080 for $699. Which one are you upgrading to? This will drive my LG 38BN
I had planned on buying the LG 38GN950 pairing it with the 3090, but I had to lower my budget. Went down to the LG 34GN850 and was anxiously hoping the 3080 would be affordable. Huge sigh of relief when Jensen said 699$. "Twice the performance of the 2080S" I know to take that with a grain of salt until benchmarks come out, but its looking really solid.
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LG 34GN850 Review, The New 21:9 Ultrawide Performance King
Often you could buy it around the 1 000 mark or lower on sale, which made more sense, but its msrp was too high, the 34g and 850. According to the marketing materials lg, provided me has an msrp of 900 us dollars, although it's currently being sold for more like a thousand dollars that could be a pandemic. Related price inflation, like a lot of monitors, are facing right now, but either way
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Hardware Unboxed
4 months ago
youtube.com
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The Genie lamp to my three wishes
Coming from another great ultrawide monitor, the Asus pg348q(100hz), I wasn’t expecting to be as impressed as that first initial jump from a regular 16:9 ratio to the ultrawide master race. After you get over the whole “wow factor” of being completely enveloped in uninterrupted screen real estate, y...
5/5
Jason
2 years ago
amazon.com
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LG 34GN850 image retention
I just bought the LG 34GN850-B and noticed some serious image retention. The pictures were taken after displaying a static picture for just 10 minutes.
Why I Left Ultrawide monitors after 3 Years
In regards to panel tech/quality/ refresh rate... I have a nano IPS 165hz 34 inch Gsync UW that cost me only slightly more last year than my previous 16:9 144hz IPS gsync monitor did. ($1400 aud vs $1200 aud) and in my case, the panel quality and quality control of my lg 34gn850 beats out my xb270hu.
Disappointed
Was excited to receive this monitor. Everything looked fine at first and I was extra stoked since I bought it essentially open box but the box was never opened it was still factory sealed and was clearly never inspected as the amazon renewed stickers all over the box would lead you to believe. the d...
1/5
Victor Chernobieff
2 years ago
amazon.com
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So I recently purchased the LG 34GN850. So far the monitor has been great with no issues.

Specs

Display Type

LED-backlit LCD monitor / TFT active matrix

Diagonal Size

34"

Curved Screen

Yes

Adaptive-Sync Technology

NVIDIA G-SYNC, AMD FreeSync Premium