LG 35WN65C-B 35in Curved UltraWide QHD 100Hz VA LED LCD w/ HDR10, Speakers

MX00114344 35WN65C-B 35in Curved UltraWide QHD 100Hz VA LED LCD w/ HDR10, Speakers
MX00114344 35WN65C-B 35in Curved UltraWide QHD 100Hz VA LED LCD w/ HDR10, Speakers MX00114344 35WN65C-B 35in Curved UltraWide QHD 100Hz VA LED LCD w/ HDR10, Speakers MX00114344 35WN65C-B 35in Curved UltraWide QHD 100Hz VA LED LCD w/ HDR10, Speakers MX00114344 35WN65C-B 35in Curved UltraWide QHD 100Hz VA LED LCD w/ HDR10, Speakers

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Tuesday, November 10, 2020
By: David L
From: Edmonton, Alberta

An ultrawide QHD display that doesn't hurt the wallet!

Strengths:

- Thin bezels - Package with HDMI and DP 1.4 cable - Bright displays and impressive contrast - USB hub is handy - 100Hz refresh rate when used with DP and 85Hz if used with HDMI - Freesync works well! - Great value!

Weaknesses:

- Minor ghosting but not noticeable unless you're running that UFO test. - Boring looking monitor - Need to tune and calibrate the monitor to your liking. - OSD lacks features, would love more information - Lack of USB-C. - HDR is underwhelming.

Additional Comments:

This monitor comes at an incredible value and meets my WFH needs. However, the lack of a USB-C port is a disadvantage but not a big deal. It looks great when I'm playing COD:MW at 100Hz. Lastly, MacOS Catalina has a weird bug that will force the colour format to YPbPr instead of RGB, the results will display very DULL colours. You will need to run a shell script found online to force the RGB colour format. I should also note if you want to take advantage of the higher refresh rate via HDMI on a MacBook Pro, you will need the updated Apple USB-C Multiport Adapter (A2119). After I jumped through these hoops, my monitor works perfectly on both systems!
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