- 27" LG 27GL850 - 27" Asus ROG Strix XG279Q - 27" Asus RoG Swift PG279Q Brand, series, model Information about the brand, series, model and model aliases. Reproduction of any part of this website in its entirety or partially or in any form or medium without prior written permission is prohibited. Any reasons why you prefer Asus over the LG?
Thus LG 27GL850 is still my top pick. If the response times on these Hz stay as low or even lower than the PG279Q then there will be no advantage for Gsync on the Asus monitor (except full VRR below 48 Hz, but who wants to play at that framerate). I prefer the Asus. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. 165hz and LG doesn’t feel any better to an already very fast (for an IPS) Asus... And of course G sync on Asus. I say older G-Sync is worth it if it's priced near or equal to it's high-end FreeSync counterparts. My XB271HU was heavily discounted $300 off, making it even cheaper than some high-end FreeSync monitors at msrp like the AD27QD or the 27GL850, I would say this is one of the moments buying a G-Sync(a 5 yr old at that) is worth it's price(esp since older monitors have an older panel, less modern features like Type C port or still using USB 3.0). DisplaySpecifications is not responsible for any omissions, inaccuracies or other errors in the information it publishes. Newer G-Sync monitors(not refreshed ones), might be worth the premium depending on features. I have an Nvidia card, so G Sync is a go, I just don’t know which I should be caring about more: black levels vs color gamut and whether G sync will be that much better than g sync compatible. I hope tftcentral will add a full response time test at 100 and 144 Hz respectively for the „Normal“ setting. I'm torn on the LG 27GL850 coming off of the Aorus AD27QD, image quality does suffer a bit. But the „Fast“ overdrive setting on the LG already has very little overshoot on lower Hz while at the same time the response times are lower on average than the PG279Q.
QC seems better for the LG so far, but that might change as more reviews from customers come in. New panel that isn't a 5 year old AUO; and 2.) The LG actually was recorded to have an impressive GTG response time on Fast setting with no to minimal overshoots as told by TFTCentral patreon early access users.
That being said I can't compare the LG to the Asus PG279QZ. Just read the tftcentral reviews on both monitors and decide for yourself; those are the best and most in-depth reviews available.
G-Sync will always be better than G-Sync compatible. Its also inferior in every way to the gigabyte except for the marketing aspect.
Wasnt there a post somewhere saying their main feature (being able to run vrr+strobing at the same time) does not work with Nvidia cards? © 2020 displayspecifications.com. If the lg was in stock i would go for the LG. Watch some in-depth reviews from both monitors on reputables sites (rtings and tftcentral, the LG one on tftcentral will be released tomorrow) and judge by them. So you can be assured that it isn't overtaken by the PG279QZ in that department. Quality control is shit no matter the company. contact us |
0 Glenwing Dignified Aug 8, 2015 2,641 204 15,990 630 Aug 29, 2019 #9 Eximo said: PG279Q is an AHVA panel.
Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Well I know I lose out on a bit if I just do compatible, to the tune of some amount of VRR. I am on the same barrel mate, there is literally no perfect monitor no matter the specs and price. The information on this website is provided on "as is, as available basis" without warranty of any kind. Wait for new ASUS TUF monitors later this year, then compare. But LG ultra gear 27GL850 is yet to launch in my country. I'd probably prefer Asus just due to hardware G-sync and better contrast ratio. The „Normal“ setting has no overshoot at 60 Hz while only adding very little response time compared to „Fast“ on 60 Hz. It will then come down only to price, difference in contrast, quality control and any other factor that’s important to you, like design for instance. 165hz is a marketing meme it has slower response times & inputlag on 165hz over 144hz. are the property of their respective owners.
The only important difference between Gsync and FreeSync is variable overdrive. Depends if you want Gsync or Gsync Compatible. I'm torn on the LG 27GL850 coming off of the Aorus AD27QD, image quality does suffer a bit. Not locked to Nvidia GPUs. From the reviews I’ve seen the factory calibration on the LG was really good? All warranties with respect to this information are disclaimed. about us |
Not to any major degree but the LG's factory calibration does leave a lot to be desired unlike the Aorus where I didn't need to mess with the default picture settings much besides lowering the brightness and adjusting the overdrive setting. If you are going to be wanting to steer to the Asus though, I suggest waiting for the yet again another refreshes of the same monitor, the PG279QR with thinner bezels like the XB271HU + RGB, or the PG279QE with same design as previous variants but removed LEDs for a more subtle look.
That said though, it's not really that noticeable most of the times if you stay above the VRR range, and having the LG guarantees you two things: 1.)
I have both. Press J to jump to the feed. But that's just me. If thats the case theres nothing new or special about them (if you have an nvidia card).
It's unacceptable in 2019 to have backlight bleed..wtf is going on..overpriced shitty PC parts everywhere. news
I've tried both, and below 48hz dips, the difference is clear.
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