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LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
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LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black

LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
LG 27GL650F-B 27 Inch Full HD Ultragear G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor with 144Hz Refresh Rate and HDR 10 - Black
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Features

  • G sync compatible
  • 27 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS display
  • 144 Hertz refresh rate
  • 1ms motion blur reduction
  • Height/ pivot/ tilt adjustable stand
  • Radeon free Sync technology
  • HDR10 compatible. Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)-24.2 x 14.4 x 1.8 inches

Description

Bring your virtual worlds to stunning life with a 27" Fhd display Plus Radeon free Sync technology for seamless image precision. 27” Ultra gear FHD IPS 144Hz free Sync with HDR10 3-Side virtually borderless gaming monitor. Other features: 27” FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms motion blur reduction, height/ pivot/ tilt adjustable stand, Radeon free Sync technology. Input:100-240Vac, 50/60Hz.


Standing screen display size 27 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels


Brand LG


Series 27GL650F-B


Item model number 27GL650F-B


Item Weight 14.11 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches


Color Black


Voltage 120 Volts


Manufacturer LG


ASIN B07R7636MH


Date First Available April 25, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,316 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,881 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #123 in Computer Monitors


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Features

  • G sync compatible
  • 27 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS display
  • 144 Hertz refresh rate
  • 1ms motion blur reduction
  • Height/ pivot/ tilt adjustable stand
  • Radeon free Sync technology
  • HDR10 compatible. Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)-24.2 x 14.4 x 1.8 inches

Description

Bring your virtual worlds to stunning life with a 27" Fhd display Plus Radeon free Sync technology for seamless image precision. 27” Ultra gear FHD IPS 144Hz free Sync with HDR10 3-Side virtually borderless gaming monitor. Other features: 27” FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms motion blur reduction, height/ pivot/ tilt adjustable stand, Radeon free Sync technology. Input:100-240Vac, 50/60Hz.


Standing screen display size 27 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels


Brand LG


Series 27GL650F-B


Item model number 27GL650F-B


Item Weight 14.11 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches


Color Black


Voltage 120 Volts


Manufacturer LG


ASIN B07R7636MH


Date First Available April 25, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,316 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,881 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #123 in Computer Monitors


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This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • G sync compatible
  • 27 inches Full HD (1920 x 1080) IPS display
  • 144 Hertz refresh rate
  • 1ms motion blur reduction
  • Height/ pivot/ tilt adjustable stand
  • Radeon free Sync technology
  • HDR10 compatible. Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)-24.2 x 14.4 x 1.8 inches

Description

Bring your virtual worlds to stunning life with a 27" Fhd display Plus Radeon free Sync technology for seamless image precision. 27” Ultra gear FHD IPS 144Hz free Sync with HDR10 3-Side virtually borderless gaming monitor. Other features: 27” FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display, 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms motion blur reduction, height/ pivot/ tilt adjustable stand, Radeon free Sync technology. Input:100-240Vac, 50/60Hz.


Standing screen display size 27 Inches


Max Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels


Brand LG


Series 27GL650F-B


Item model number 27GL650F-B


Item Weight 14.11 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 24.2 x 10.8 x 22.6 inches


Color Black


Voltage 120 Volts


Manufacturer LG


ASIN B07R7636MH


Date First Available April 25, 2019


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,316 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,881 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #123 in Computer Monitors


abunda_amazon_reviews I've been hearing for years how great 144Hz monitors are for gaming, but I didn't want to spend the cash to upgrade, especially since I already had a 34" 3440 x 1440 ultrawide. I saw this monitor on sale for Prime Day, and I thought the price point made it worth the switch, even with the lower resolution - I didn't think it would be that noticeable. Boy was I wrong. 1080p is just not a high enough screen resolution for a 34" monitor, perhaps unless you sit unusually far back from your monitor. Even compared to the 27" 16:9 1080p monitors I use at work, the pixel density on this thing is just painfully low. I found the gaps between individual pixels extremely noticeable - not as bad as the "screen door effect" of using a first-generation VR headset, but definitely unpleasant. On the bright side, I can report that the higher refresh rate and G-Sync really do make a huge difference for first-person shooters. Particularly in Apex Legends, I used to have a ton of trouble tracking moving targets, and once I started firing I'd frequently lose track of what I was actually shooting at due to the muzzle flash. I thought maybe I was just getting old and my FPS days were done, but at 144Hz the problem has been dramatically reduced, and I'm consistently doing more damage and getting more kills in every match. Nevertheless, I can't recommend this monitor because the picture quality just isn't good enough in my opinion. I ended up returning it, but I couldn't go back to 60Hz, so I splurged and bought the Alienware AW3418DW instead. It's expensive and only goes up to 120Hz, but it's worth it for the higher screen resolution and improved picture quality, IMO. My recommendation is, if you must have ultrawide, save your money and get a 3440 x 1440 120Hz monitor. If you're okay with 16:9, get a 1440p 144Hz monitor instead.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;1080p is not enough for a 34" monitor;;Mitch;;;The monitor worked well for five weeks before the picture became distorted. Below is an e-mail I sent to LG regarding my attempts (still incomplete) to get the monitor repaired. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At the end of August I contacted LG regarding how to get my new monitor repaired. I'd ordered it over Amazon and the screen became distorted after about five weeks of use. LG customer service originally told me that they could have a technician come to my house to repair the monitor. I then awaited them to call me to tell schedule an appointment. After several days I called LG again to check in. They had discovered that there was no repair technician local to me. I would have to send my monitor in. No one called me to tell me this, they waited for me to call them back. I eventually got a shipping label and sent the monitor in to LG around the 5th of September. I received no further updates from LG until I emailed them about three weeks later. I was told that the monitor repair was "pending" and there was no further information. I called LG again on about the 9th of October and was again told that the repair was pending and they were waiting for a part. I then left my home on business for three weeks. Upon returning, on the 30th of October I called LG again and was told the exact same thing. The repair was "pending" and they were missing a part. I then called LG back every two days until I was told that the repair could not be completed and I'd be receiving a refund or a replacement. Then, unexpectedly, the monitor was repaired and returned to me around the 7th of November. However, I mailed the power adapter in with my monitor in September as LG customer service recommended. The monitor was returned without the power adapter. I called LG immediately to tell them that I needed my adapter returned. They agreed to do so. Today (November 15th) I received a package from LG with... the power chord. But not the adapter. The chord is cheap and easy to replace. If I was missing the chord I would have just bought a new one. I needed the specific and expensive adapter. I've called LG and am told I will receive it... in 3-10 business days. I bought this monitor in July. I have only been able to use it for five weeks. The rest of the 4 months that I have owned this monitor it has been damaged and unusable, it has been in the LG repair facility (status pending,) or it has been returned to me but without the power adapter/chord. At every single stage of this repair experience LG has disappointed me. They have given me wrong information or no information at all. They have waited for me to decide to call them and check for updates instead of providing me with updates. And finally they returned only a part of the product. I still don't even know if the repair worked because I can't turn the monitor on. This has been the most disappointing technology customer service experience of my life. When I was told that I would be getting a refund I was very happy because I knew I would use that money to buy a monitor from a different company. I am eager to get my adapter so I can see if the repair was even successful. It is a nice monitor (when it is working) but I can promise you, I will never purchase LG electronics again.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Worst customer service I have ever experienced;;Kumquat Publishing;;;I'm a gamer and let me say first that I went from a 32" 4k hdr 60hz monitor to this one. I was worried going back to 1080p was going to be hard, especially at 27" considering the dpi. All I can say is that this monitor is great and I am going to be using it full time and boxing the 4k up for now. Going from 60hz to 144hz is amazing and I think, way more advantageous than the increase in resolution. Now 1080p at 27" doesn't look super sharp with text but it's not bad at all and there is no screen door effect or visible pixels. Trust me I'm super picky about this stuff and I and pleased with this monitor. It's also super bright and it being ips, has great colors. I barely have any backlight bleed and zero dead pixels. I truly believe LG is the company to be beat in gaming monitors especially since they make their own panels. It's my second LG and I won't hesitate to buy from them in the future. The HDR isnt true hdr but it does add a great deal of depth and detail to most games. Mind you some games have poorly implemented HDR and look terrible, but the good ones look great. Don't hesitate to buy this if you want a good gaming monitor. I would Also say that this IPS display at 144hz is a way better display than the 240hz tn panels is every way and I've owned both types.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Look no further for a great gaming monitor;;Anthony

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mitch - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
1080p is not enough for a 34" monitor
I've been hearing for years how great 144Hz monitors are for gaming, but I didn't want to spend the cash to upgrade, especially since I already had a 34" 3440 x 1440 ultrawide. I saw this monitor on sale for Prime Day, and I thought the price point made it worth the switch, even with the lower resolution - I didn't think it would be that noticeable. Boy was I wrong. 1080p is just not a high enough screen resolution for a 34" monitor, perhaps unless you sit unusually far back from your monitor. Even compared to the 27" 16:9 1080p monitors I use at work, the pixel density on this thing is just painfully low. I found the gaps between individual pixels extremely noticeable - not as bad as the "screen door effect" of using a first-generation VR headset, but definitely unpleasant. On the bright side, I can report that the higher refresh rate and G-Sync really do make a huge difference for first-person shooters. Particularly in Apex Legends, I used to have a ton of trouble tracking moving targets, and once I started firing I'd frequently lose track of what I was actually shooting at due to the muzzle flash. I thought maybe I was just getting old and my FPS days were done, but at 144Hz the problem has been dramatically reduced, and I'm consistently doing more damage and getting more kills in every match. Nevertheless, I can't recommend this monitor because the picture quality just isn't good enough in my opinion. I ended up returning it, but I couldn't go back to 60Hz, so I splurged and bought the Alienware AW3418DW instead. It's expensive and only goes up to 120Hz, but it's worth it for the higher screen resolution and improved picture quality, IMO. My recommendation is, if you must have ultrawide, save your money and get a 3440 x 1440 120Hz monitor. If you're okay with 16:9, get a 1440p 144Hz monitor instead.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kumquat Publishing - Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2019
Worst customer service I have ever experienced
The monitor worked well for five weeks before the picture became distorted. Below is an e-mail I sent to LG regarding my attempts (still incomplete) to get the monitor repaired. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At the end of August I contacted LG regarding how to get my new monitor repaired. I'd ordered it over Amazon and the screen became distorted after about five weeks of use. LG customer service originally told me that they could have a technician come to my house to repair the monitor. I then awaited them to call me to tell schedule an appointment. After several days I called LG again to check in. They had discovered that there was no repair technician local to me. I would have to send my monitor in. No one called me to tell me this, they waited for me to call them back. I eventually got a shipping label and sent the monitor in to LG around the 5th of September. I received no further updates from LG until I emailed them about three weeks later. I was told that the monitor repair was "pending" and there was no further information. I called LG again on about the 9th of October and was again told that the repair was pending and they were waiting for a part. I then left my home on business for three weeks. Upon returning, on the 30th of October I called LG again and was told the exact same thing. The repair was "pending" and they were missing a part. I then called LG back every two days until I was told that the repair could not be completed and I'd be receiving a refund or a replacement. Then, unexpectedly, the monitor was repaired and returned to me around the 7th of November. However, I mailed the power adapter in with my monitor in September as LG customer service recommended. The monitor was returned without the power adapter. I called LG immediately to tell them that I needed my adapter returned. They agreed to do so. Today (November 15th) I received a package from LG with... the power chord. But not the adapter. The chord is cheap and easy to replace. If I was missing the chord I would have just bought a new one. I needed the specific and expensive adapter. I've called LG and am told I will receive it... in 3-10 business days. I bought this monitor in July. I have only been able to use it for five weeks. The rest of the 4 months that I have owned this monitor it has been damaged and unusable, it has been in the LG repair facility (status pending,) or it has been returned to me but without the power adapter/chord. At every single stage of this repair experience LG has disappointed me. They have given me wrong information or no information at all. They have waited for me to decide to call them and check for updates instead of providing me with updates. And finally they returned only a part of the product. I still don't even know if the repair worked because I can't turn the monitor on. This has been the most disappointing technology customer service experience of my life. When I was told that I would be getting a refund I was very happy because I knew I would use that money to buy a monitor from a different company. I am eager to get my adapter so I can see if the repair was even successful. It is a nice monitor (when it is working) but I can promise you, I will never purchase LG electronics again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Anthony - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
Look no further for a great gaming monitor
I'm a gamer and let me say first that I went from a 32" 4k hdr 60hz monitor to this one. I was worried going back to 1080p was going to be hard, especially at 27" considering the dpi. All I can say is that this monitor is great and I am going to be using it full time and boxing the 4k up for now. Going from 60hz to 144hz is amazing and I think, way more advantageous than the increase in resolution. Now 1080p at 27" doesn't look super sharp with text but it's not bad at all and there is no screen door effect or visible pixels. Trust me I'm super picky about this stuff and I and pleased with this monitor. It's also super bright and it being ips, has great colors. I barely have any backlight bleed and zero dead pixels. I truly believe LG is the company to be beat in gaming monitors especially since they make their own panels. It's my second LG and I won't hesitate to buy from them in the future. The HDR isnt true hdr but it does add a great deal of depth and detail to most games. Mind you some games have poorly implemented HDR and look terrible, but the good ones look great. Don't hesitate to buy this if you want a good gaming monitor. I would Also say that this IPS display at 144hz is a way better display than the 240hz tn panels is every way and I've owned both types.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mitch - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2019
1080p is not enough for a 34" monitor
I've been hearing for years how great 144Hz monitors are for gaming, but I didn't want to spend the cash to upgrade, especially since I already had a 34" 3440 x 1440 ultrawide. I saw this monitor on sale for Prime Day, and I thought the price point made it worth the switch, even with the lower resolution - I didn't think it would be that noticeable. Boy was I wrong. 1080p is just not a high enough screen resolution for a 34" monitor, perhaps unless you sit unusually far back from your monitor. Even compared to the 27" 16:9 1080p monitors I use at work, the pixel density on this thing is just painfully low. I found the gaps between individual pixels extremely noticeable - not as bad as the "screen door effect" of using a first-generation VR headset, but definitely unpleasant. On the bright side, I can report that the higher refresh rate and G-Sync really do make a huge difference for first-person shooters. Particularly in Apex Legends, I used to have a ton of trouble tracking moving targets, and once I started firing I'd frequently lose track of what I was actually shooting at due to the muzzle flash. I thought maybe I was just getting old and my FPS days were done, but at 144Hz the problem has been dramatically reduced, and I'm consistently doing more damage and getting more kills in every match. Nevertheless, I can't recommend this monitor because the picture quality just isn't good enough in my opinion. I ended up returning it, but I couldn't go back to 60Hz, so I splurged and bought the Alienware AW3418DW instead. It's expensive and only goes up to 120Hz, but it's worth it for the higher screen resolution and improved picture quality, IMO. My recommendation is, if you must have ultrawide, save your money and get a 3440 x 1440 120Hz monitor. If you're okay with 16:9, get a 1440p 144Hz monitor instead.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Kumquat Publishing - Reviewed in the United States on November 15, 2019
Worst customer service I have ever experienced
The monitor worked well for five weeks before the picture became distorted. Below is an e-mail I sent to LG regarding my attempts (still incomplete) to get the monitor repaired. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- At the end of August I contacted LG regarding how to get my new monitor repaired. I'd ordered it over Amazon and the screen became distorted after about five weeks of use. LG customer service originally told me that they could have a technician come to my house to repair the monitor. I then awaited them to call me to tell schedule an appointment. After several days I called LG again to check in. They had discovered that there was no repair technician local to me. I would have to send my monitor in. No one called me to tell me this, they waited for me to call them back. I eventually got a shipping label and sent the monitor in to LG around the 5th of September. I received no further updates from LG until I emailed them about three weeks later. I was told that the monitor repair was "pending" and there was no further information. I called LG again on about the 9th of October and was again told that the repair was pending and they were waiting for a part. I then left my home on business for three weeks. Upon returning, on the 30th of October I called LG again and was told the exact same thing. The repair was "pending" and they were missing a part. I then called LG back every two days until I was told that the repair could not be completed and I'd be receiving a refund or a replacement. Then, unexpectedly, the monitor was repaired and returned to me around the 7th of November. However, I mailed the power adapter in with my monitor in September as LG customer service recommended. The monitor was returned without the power adapter. I called LG immediately to tell them that I needed my adapter returned. They agreed to do so. Today (November 15th) I received a package from LG with... the power chord. But not the adapter. The chord is cheap and easy to replace. If I was missing the chord I would have just bought a new one. I needed the specific and expensive adapter. I've called LG and am told I will receive it... in 3-10 business days. I bought this monitor in July. I have only been able to use it for five weeks. The rest of the 4 months that I have owned this monitor it has been damaged and unusable, it has been in the LG repair facility (status pending,) or it has been returned to me but without the power adapter/chord. At every single stage of this repair experience LG has disappointed me. They have given me wrong information or no information at all. They have waited for me to decide to call them and check for updates instead of providing me with updates. And finally they returned only a part of the product. I still don't even know if the repair worked because I can't turn the monitor on. This has been the most disappointing technology customer service experience of my life. When I was told that I would be getting a refund I was very happy because I knew I would use that money to buy a monitor from a different company. I am eager to get my adapter so I can see if the repair was even successful. It is a nice monitor (when it is working) but I can promise you, I will never purchase LG electronics again.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Anthony - Reviewed in the United States on September 15, 2019
Look no further for a great gaming monitor
I'm a gamer and let me say first that I went from a 32" 4k hdr 60hz monitor to this one. I was worried going back to 1080p was going to be hard, especially at 27" considering the dpi. All I can say is that this monitor is great and I am going to be using it full time and boxing the 4k up for now. Going from 60hz to 144hz is amazing and I think, way more advantageous than the increase in resolution. Now 1080p at 27" doesn't look super sharp with text but it's not bad at all and there is no screen door effect or visible pixels. Trust me I'm super picky about this stuff and I and pleased with this monitor. It's also super bright and it being ips, has great colors. I barely have any backlight bleed and zero dead pixels. I truly believe LG is the company to be beat in gaming monitors especially since they make their own panels. It's my second LG and I won't hesitate to buy from them in the future. The HDR isnt true hdr but it does add a great deal of depth and detail to most games. Mind you some games have poorly implemented HDR and look terrible, but the good ones look great. Don't hesitate to buy this if you want a good gaming monitor. I would Also say that this IPS display at 144hz is a way better display than the 240hz tn panels is every way and I've owned both types.