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LG 32GK650F-B 31.5" LCD - 1440p 144Hz 5 ms FreeSync (Nvidia Compatible) @ 350 Nits - $399.99

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LG 32GK650F-B 31.5" LCD - 1440p 144Hz 5 ms FreeSync (Nvidia Compatible) @ 350 Nits - $399.99

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399.99
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PC-Canada
https://www.pc-canada.com/item/32GK650F-B.html

So we have a 144Hz 1440p 5ms GTG VA 32" FreeSync monitor for $399.99.

Pretty warm, and PC-Canada is pretty reputable.
redflagdealsguy wrote: This is why the LG monitor is good value-for-money;
- 1440p @ 32" provides good PPI for gaming
- 1440p @ 144Hz is rarely this cheap
- 144Hz is excellent for FPS games and fast-paced gaming generally
- 5ms latency is respectable
- VA panels are a decent compromise between TN and IPS
- 4K 144Hz panels at 32" are extremely expensive (thousands)
- FreeSync is available, and Nvidia cards now support it

Dare I say, this is the large screen high refresh rate value purchase for gamers on a budget. 1440p is the long-forgotten resolution providing high frame rates with relatively inexpensive video cards and good PPI even at 32".
God bless.
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hot if it was 4k and IPS rez imo! instant buy
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Does anyone have free shipping code? Thanks.

Shipping and Insurance: $10.99 ...
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Isn't it better to buy a 32" or 43" 4K TV for use as a monitor?
[OP]
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Folks aren't quite as keen on this monitor here as I've seen elsewhere.

This is why the LG monitor is good value-for-money;
- 1440p @ 32" provides good PPI for gaming
- 1440p @ 144Hz is rarely this cheap
- 144Hz is excellent for FPS games and fast-paced gaming generally
- 5ms latency is respectable
- VA panels are a decent compromise between TN and IPS
- 4K 144Hz panels at 32" are extremely expensive (thousands)

Dare I say, this is the large screen high refresh rate value purchase for gamers on a budget. 1440p is the long-forgotten resolution providing high frame rates with relatively inexpensive video cards and good PPI even at 32".

God bless.
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[OP]
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Stock is down from 67 last night to 41 units this morning.
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Showing 66 in stock on my side. It might be a script that lowers the stock if you go back to the same page to make it look like the item is selling.

Thanks for the post OP. I'm looking for an ultrawide monitor, if anyone spots a good deal please post!
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mikka2017 wrote: hot if it was 4k and IPS rez imo! instant buy
Good luck finding a gpu that can run 4k 144Hz!
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Ordered one but order didn't show up in previous order. I hope they don't jack up the shipping cost like a lot of third Facebook /Google reviews have stated. That's just shady . I'll update Monday when they process the order. I have a feeling they will reply with need to charge more for shipping since the order hasn't been even registered in the account. Hope this isn't the case
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Damn, lowest price I've seen for 1440p over 27" and 144hz. Great deal OP. But is this PC-Canada a reputable seller?
yym789 wrote: Panel Type VA
You can't get over like 75hz on IPS.
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nhl1011 wrote: Placed an order...thanks op~~~:)
Did your show up in order info?
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i recently upgraded to a similiar monitor 32in 1440p but its only 75hz but has 'hdr' , HP pavillion HDR 32in

so going from 24in ips to 32in VA makes a big difference imo, was hoping for 4k but i got free via my airmiles points for 5900 ams, not bad i guess

this OP one is more for 1080p gaming huh not sure if i've ever seen video at 144hz i keep geting it confused with fps , i know if u go from 24fps to 60fps is huge difference
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Jonick wrote: Good luck finding a gpu that can run 4k 144Hz!
For those rfd’ers with time machines this probably isn’t an issue.

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