Product Comparison: LG 34GK950F vs LG 34GK950G
- As would be expected, this LG monitor 144Hz is a world of difference for gaming, and the Freesync seems to work just fine.
- For work the 34” ultrawide format has always worked well for me, since I can have two documents side by side.
- The size is large enough to act as 2 monitors, games look amazing thanks to the aspect ratio and feel amazing thanks to the 144Hz refresh rate.
- It's rather expensive but it's not that surprising you are getting 1440p, 144hz, ips display.
- The panel offers a 3440 x 1440 resolution and most importantly of all, a 144Hz.
- At 2K resolution, I have been playing at 100 HZ and it is like I am in a movie theater.
- 34" with a curve screen is a perfect size.
- I like that this is ultra-wide (i.e. it is not your standard resolution, it can go up to 3440x1440).
- This has a native refresh rate of 100 Hz, and can be 'overclocked' to 120 Hz. If overclocking you can't use the HDMI cable.
- If you're gamer you probably want a 144 Hz refresh rate, which this doesn't have.
- Monitor performs with lovely colours and factory calibrated.
- The picture is great with sharp colours and decent blacks.
- The monitor is Awesome, virtually no back light bleed, no glow. colour was very good out of the box.
- The colours are just amazng, thanks to the panel being IPS.
- Backlight bleed in the curved corners was way too noticeable as was the "IPS Glow".
- Colors are very bold, reds were noticeably redder but not a huge deal.
- It looked pretty good overall though with ZERO dead/stuck pixels.
- The picture looked pretty good right out of the box.
- For an IPS this has a good color gamut - its noticeably better than many cheaper monitors.
- The screen of the monitor is broken and can’t display as 21:9.
- The VESA mount is useful if, like me, you prefer your monitors mounted on a pivoting arm.
- Just had to download the firmware update and then Enable Gsync in nvidia control panel, it works flawlessly.
- This model is compatible with AMD FreeSync graphics cards for variable refresh rate support, and even has an added Motion Blur Reduction.
- There is a good range of ergonomic adjustments offered by the stand. Tilt offers a wide range and is smooth to move.
- The materials were of a good standard and the build quality felt decent.
- There are many more features that as you game you can explore (monitor has built in cross-hair, etc).
- The back lighting is a nice touch.
- You can scroll through colors to pick the back light you find most appealing.
- There are four pre-set game modes you can choose from in the monitor settings.
- The back RGB ring is pretty nice and bright, and I actually ended up really liking it for bias lighting.
- The 34GK950F offers a good range of connectivity.
- Love the additional 2 port USB 3.0 hub, with the ports located on the back of the screen.
- A headphone output connection is provided for audio pass-through, which is pretty good.
- The back of the screen features the connections which is pretty convenient to plug.
- If you only have a DisplayPort 1.2 output, you will be limited to 3440 x 1440 @ 120Hz.
- We are still playing with settings (and mainly using NVIDIA's control panel), but the G-sync seemed to connect automatically.
- Display Port + HDMI + USB connections. Easy connection.
- The monitor also acts as a USB/HDMI/Audio hub so you can connect all your peripherals in one place.
- The monitor can function as a 2-port USB hub, which is a great touch.
- We switch between a Mac (HDMI) and a gaming PC (DP). I really like it.