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LG 24QP500-B 24” QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display, HDR 10, sRGB 99% Color Gamut, AMD FreeSync, Refresh Rate 75Hz, 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design - Black 24 inch Tilt

Model Number: 24QP500-B

$156.98 USD
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Alex
Comprehensive and Rewarding Experience with Some Tips for Brightness Control

The media could not be loaded. The LG 32 inch monitor boasts not only a vast screen space but also a plethora of settings allowing for fine-tuned customization. Right out of the box, it’s evident that it's designed to impress. But like many, I discovered that while its dazzling effects were immediate, taking the time to calibrate it further enhanced its performance. Relying on the RTINGS calibration guide, I managed to pinpoint settings that worked wonders for me – from adjusting the Black Stabilizer under Game Adjust to fine-tuning color values. But, let’s address an often-overlooked feature: screen brightness control on Windows and Mac. A revelation I recently came across was the monitor's compatibility with programs utilizing DDC/CI, such as TwinkleTray or ClickMonitor. This discovery was monumental. If you've lamented about the screen brightness not syncing natively with your operating system, these programs are the answer. Not only can you manipulate brightness levels, but also adjust contrast. A significant bonus is their ability to schedule brightness changes based on the time of day, catering to those sensitive to screen brightness, like me. This feature significantly reduced my eye strain, making prolonged work or gaming sessions much more comfortable. For Linux users, especially those using Ubuntu with Intel Graphics, there might be compatibility hiccups. However, solutions do exist, even if it means a slight investment in adapters or switches to different desktop environments. Performance-wise, this monitor stands out for both productivity applications and games that aren’t too demanding on refresh rates. FPS gamers might want to look into 120Hz or 144Hz monitors for smoother experiences. Still, for most, the LG 32 inch with its 2K resolution offers impeccable clarity and detail. The inclusion of multiple ports, especially 2 HDMI and 1 Display Port, enhances its versatility, making it suitable for those with multiple devices. In conclusion, the LG 27QN600-B 32 inch monitor is a testament to LG's commitment to delivering quality. It's perfect for diverse uses, from remote working to gaming. But as always, the key is in the details. Delve a little deeper, try some tweaks, and you might just find this monitor surpassing your initial expectations.

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Mike Mamer
Ideal para un editor

Soy editor de video y de fotografía y llevo varios años trabajando en laptop, dar el brinco a un monitor QHD (2k) es un gran paso para mí, el espacio de trabajo en premiere es enorme, colores muy fieles sRGB 99%, estoy muy satisfecho con el producto, el único contra que le veo, es que el monitor tiene 0 posibilidades de ajuste, su pedestal y una piedra tienen la misma función.

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Alex
Take the time to calibrate it, or try my settings

After struggling a bit to get this monitor under control, I've settled on a good calibrating with the help of the RTINGS monitor calibration guide. Like many displays, out of the box this is built to dazzle, but it it's also going to be fatiguing to stare into for hours and isn't accurate to what you should be seeing. Admittedly I am not familiar with HDR, but calibrating this thing with HDR enabled was not worth it for me at the moment. If you consume a lot of HDR content then most of this post isn't for you. I played around with it a bit and went "Wow that's cool" and then threw it away. If you are banging your head trying to calibrate this, I found that the most neutral setting for Black Stabilizer under Game Adjust should actually be 50. I had set this to 0 thinking it was the 'disabled' option, but I could not get remotely functional calibration bars for the longest time until I thought to check if the middle value was actually the neutral one. I don't know how much each individual monitor can vary from another, even if they are the same model, but here are my settings which might get you started: Monitor settings (Picture menu in the OSD): Picture Mode: Custom Picture Adjust: Brightness (90), Contrast (50), Sharpness (40), Super Resolution (Off), Black Level (Low), DFC (Off) Game Adjust: Black Stabilizer (50) Color Adjust: Gamma (Mode 1), Color Temp (Manual, 0) Windows 11 System > Display settings Use HDR: Off nVidia Control Panel settings (Change resolution menu) Use NVIDIA color settings (checked) 32 bit, 8bpc, RGB, Full dynamic range nVidia Control Panel settings (Adjust desktop color settings menu): Color channel: All Brightness: 65% Contrast: 20% Gamma: 1.00 Digital vibrance: 50% Hue: 0 degrees, Content reported: Desktop These values work for me, YMMV. Now that I have tamed it, it's wonderful for productivity apps and games that don't need high refresh rates like FFXIV. You'll have tons of room for your HUD elements and the same pixel density as a 24 inch 1080p monitor. If you play FPS or other high motion games do yourself a favor and get a 120Hz or 144Hz monitor; these aren't gimmicks and you'll never look back, but don't waste money on 200Hz+ because that's getting into gimmick territory.

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Me gustó mucho.

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Monitor LG 32 Qhd

Excelente tamaño buenos colores buena definición muy buen monitor acordé a su precio

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LG 24QP500-B 24” QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display, HDR 10, sRGB 99% Color Gamut, AMD FreeSync, Refresh Rate 75Hz, 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design - Black 24 inch Tilt
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LG 24QP500-B 24” QHD (2560 x 1440) IPS Display, HDR 10, sRGB 99% Color Gamut, AMD FreeSync, Refresh Rate 75Hz, 3-Side Virtually Borderless Design - Black 24 inch Tilt

$156.98 USD

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