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LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display

 

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display, offering a FreeSync Range of 50-144Hz via DisplayPort and a high-quality AH-IPS panel. This monitor will be called the 34UC79G and will come in at a size of 34 inches.   

This monitor will first be available with a resolution of 2560x1080, though LG does plan on delivering a 3440x1440 variant sometime in 2016 with DisplayPort 1.3. 

At this time LG's website does list 34UC79G's native resolution as 3440x1440 and highest resolution as 2560x1080 at 144Hz. This display may have the ability to play at 3440x1440 at a lower refresh rate, perhaps 75Hz, but this is likely a mistake on LG listing.

LG has announced a new 144Hz 21:9 FreeSync IPS display  

This display will come with an attractive curve, allowing this display to offer the best possible viewing experience, which combined with this display's high refresh rate and large size will give a fantastic gaming experience. 

 

You can join the discussion on the LG 34UC79G 144Hz 21:9 IPS display on the OC3D Forums

 

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30-08-2016, 12:14:27

NeverBackDown
2560x1080 at 34 inches? Yikes that'll look badQuote

30-08-2016, 12:25:17

SPS
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
2560x1080 at 34 inches? Yikes that'll look bad
Have you not seen a 40 inch+ 1080p TV? It's not that bad lol.Quote

30-08-2016, 14:25:56

BigDaddyKong
Ouch 50HZ on the low side is not ideal.Quote

30-08-2016, 14:59:02

WYP
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Originally Posted by Kong View Post
Ouch 50HZ on the low side is not ideal.
Shouldn't matter that much. The FreeSync range is LFC compatible.

This means that framerates between 25-50 are doubled to 50-100 in order to accommodate lower framerates.Quote

30-08-2016, 15:35:58

BigDaddyKong
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post

This means that framerates between 25-50 are doubled to 50-100 in order to accommodate lower framerates.
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