About LG UltraGear
- On this 34″ UltraWide QHD (3440 x 1440) curved Nano IPS display, you’ll enjoy a beautiful, crisply detailed view that will leave you in awe. With its impressive resolution and curvature, this display will make your entertainment look even better than ever before.
- The IPS panel’s 1ms response time and 160Hz refresh rate make it the perfect choice for fast-paced gaming.
- Your gaming experience will be synced with the stunning visuals of your GeForce GTX graphics card.
- The DCI-P3 98% color gamut with VESA DisplayHDR 400 provides stunning color accuracy and vibrancy.
- A design that is virtually borderless, with tilt or height adjustable stand.
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LG UltraGear Description
Take your gaming experience to the next level with superior pro-level gaming. The LG UltraGear Gaming Monitor offers an edge in performance with its 34-inch screen and 21:9 screen ratio. The world’s first 1ms Nano IPS display with QHD resolution is perfect for fast-paced gaming.Its ultra-fast 1ms response rate ensures smooth gameplay, while its custom gaming control ensures you have the control you need to dominate the competition. And with its fast 160Hz refresh rate, you’ll never have to worry about lag or tearing.
Set Contains for LG UltraGear
ACCESSORIES: The size of the wall mount is 100 x 100 mm.
Display Port: yes, the display has a port
|Specific Uses For Product||Multimedia, Personal, Gaming|
|Refresh Rate||160 Hz|
|Screen Size||34 Inches|
|Screen Surface Description||Curved|
LG UltraGear information
Technical Details for LG UltraGear
|Standing screen display size||34 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||3440 x 1440 Pixels|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||1|
Other Technical Details
|Item model number||34GP83A-B|
|Item Weight||16.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||32.3 x 12.3 x 18.3 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||32.3 x 12.3 x 18.3 inches|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Date First Available||July 1, 2020|
Customer questions & answers
Question: Lg 34gn850-b 34 vs lg 34gp83a-b? any difference except $200 price tag difference
Answer: I have browsed through Reddit forums, and everyone agrees that these two websites are nearly identical, except for a few aesthetics and menu options. A big debate surrounds whether or not the device has DP 1.4. On my menu, it says DP 1.1, 1.2 and 1.4. Based on this, I would assume it has DP 1.4.
Question: The 34gp83a-b monitor’s manufacturer’s spec document shows “g-sync-compatible game mode” as a “feature.” does this require switching modes to work?
Answer: The LG 34″ UltraGear Curved WQHD Nano IPS 1ms 144HZ HDR 400 Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility, Model # 34GP83A-B is an AMD FreeSyncTM (Premium)monitor and when paired with an AMD graphics card that supports NVIDIA’s G-SyncTM, G-Sync should automatically enable itself. If not, you can manually enable G-SyncTM from the NVIDIA control panel.
Question: What type of monitor arm should I be shopping for with this monitor?
Answer: 100mm VESA
Question: Will this run 10 bit color at 120hz @ the full 3440 x 1440 or is the max 85hz ?
Answer: The LG 34” UltraGear Curved WQHD Nano IPS 1ms 144HZ HDR 400 Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility, Model # 34GP83A-B has a native resolution of 3440 x 1440 and a native refresh rate of 144Hz. It supports 10-bit color over HDMI and DisplayPort and it supports a maximum resolution of 3440 x 1440 @ 85Hz over HDMI when HDMI Compatibility mode is set to OFF. It supports a maximum resolution of 3440 x 1440 @ 144Hz over DisplayPort and a maximum resolution of 3440 x 1440 @ 160Hz over DisplayPort only when Adaptive-Sync is set to On, and Overclock is set to On. It supports a resolution of 2560 x 1440 @ 120Hz over HDMI only
Question: Does it come with a 1.4 DisplayPort cable?
Answer: Mine Came with a USB, HDMI and a display port cable. I am not sure of the exact specifications of the three, but I did not have to buy any cables to hook it up properly
Question: Does it support 240 volts mains or only 120 volts ?
Answer: Hello Regrettably, specifications on our site for the LG 38” Ultragear™ 21:9 Curved WQHD+ Nano IPS 1ms 144Hz HDR 400 Sphere Lighting 2.0 3-Side Virtually Borderless, Model # 38GL950G-B list the monitor as having an input of 100 – 240V ~ 50/60Hz which means it will come with an AC/DC Adapter that has an AC voltage input of 100-240V ~ 50/60Hz and will output a DC voltage of 19V for the monitorClick Here amazon payment plan on LG UltraGear 34GP83A-B
Question: Has this monitor been updated to support pbp? if not, does the lg osc software provide a similar function (control two computers from one monitor)?
Answer: The LG 34” UltraGear Curved WQHD Nano IPS 1ms 144HZ HDR 400 Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility, Model # 34GP83A-B is not designed as a monitor that supports PBP and cannot be upgraded to support PBP aftermarket. PBP (Picture-by-Picture) as the name suggests is a function that splits the screen in two and allows you to view two external video sources simultaneously on the screen, it does not allow you to control two computers from one monitor. The function that you are describing is LG’s Dual Controller is a software that you need to download onto both devices attached to the monitor and lets you control both devices with just one keyboard and mouse. Both computers can be connected to the monitor via HDMI, DisplayPort, or a Thunderbolt connection just as long as at least one of the computers is connected via HDMI, and both computers must be connected to the internet because the computers are connected via an IP address. Regrettably, the 34GP83A-B is not compatible with LG’s Dual Controller
Question: How do I change bit depth to 10? Mine is set to 8 and I am unable to change it even at 144hz?
Answer: The LG 34” UltraGear Curved WQHD Nano IPS 1ms 144HZ HDR 400 Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility, Model # 34GP83A-B supports 10-bit color over both HDMI and DisplayPort. Setting the color depth is not done from the monitor. You will need to access the settings in the control panel for your operating system to set the color depth (try going to Control Panel > Display > Menu > Color Quality. or in the Appearance and Personalization section, click Adjust Screen Resolution then change then change the color depth using the colors menu. The settings may differ depending on the operating system (OS) you use
Question: Does any one else have an issue with there anti glare layer coming off? It seem both top corners are starting to separate.
Answer: If the Anti-Glare Surface Treatment on your LG 34” UltraGear Curved WQHD Nano IPS 1ms 144HZ HDR 400 Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility, Model # 34GP83A-B is peeling or flaking off, it will need to be replaced. On average, Anti-Glare treatment should last at least 2 years under moderate temperature and cleaning. If your monitor is still under warranty, you can contact our Support Center at (800) 243-0000 for assistance
Question: What is the best color setting for this monitor?
Answer: depends on what you are using it for. with HDR10 you should be able to match your whitepoints and balance the display output to what you need to be neutral using test patterns.
Question: Can it downsample 4k input from a PS5 or will I have to set the output to 1080p?
Answer: The LG 34” UltraGear Curved WQHD Nano IPS 1ms 144HZ HDR 400 Monitor with G-SYNC Compatibility, Model # 34GP83A-B will not downscale 4K. It supports 1920 x 1080 @ 60/75Hz so you will need to set your PS5 to output 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz to match that resolution that is supported on the monitor since your PS5 does not support the monitor’s native resolution of 3440 x 1440 nor does it support the monitor’s native refresh rate of 144HzClick Here amazon payment plan on LG UltraGear 34GP83A-B
LG UltraGear review
LG UltraGear review #1
You Will Not Regret Ascension
This is a review for the LG 34GP83A. I saved up for months to get an ultrawide curved and I’m enamored with the quality that LG has delivered. Shopping for a monitor is a really confusing endeavor – the naming scheme is bonkers, it’s hard to understand what combination of specifications meet your needs, and there’s seemingly no satisfactory quality control. That last point is crucial. You’re spending top dollar on a screen that may have dead pixels, backlight bleed, stuttering, flickering, cracks, chips, or any dozen other imperfections. And some companies won’t offer you a replacement because they allot a certain number of factory imperfections. It makes you feel like you’re gambling. It’s ridiculous.
I’ll make this as simple as I can for those of you like me who are only looking for a monitor to game on. This monitor runs at 144 Hz at 1440p, which is the current “sweet spot” for gaming. There are higher resolutions out there, but most games aren’t optimized to run at this many frames per second at 4k. As someone who has owned a max 60 FPS 1080p monitor for the past decade, the upgrade is tremendous. Games run so beautifully smooth, like nothing you’ve seen before. Just be sure to “enable” your monitor because out-of-the-box they don’t run at the advertised refresh rate. On Windows 10, go to Settings > System > Display > Advanced Display Settings > Display Adapter Properties and click on the “Monitor” tab to choose 144 Hz. You also need to use the included display port cable.
21:9 is the aspect ratio which is what defines the ultrawide experience. Most movies are filmed in a 21:9 ratio (hence the black bars). I find it absolutely incredible at immersing me into the game. Not all games are supported at 21:9, in which case you’ll play with vertical black bars on either side, which is not a problem at all since the game itself still runs beautifully. For games that are supported, though…hoo-boy, I can never go back. I primarily play empire-building and RTS-style games. Games like “Total War: Warhammer 2”, “Age of Empires II”, “Frostpunk”, “Civilization V”, and “XCOM 2” were meant to be played on a screen like this.
As soon as you get your monitor make sure to run a dead pixel check using sites like lcdtech.info. NOTE: WIPE YOUR MONITOR WITH A MICROFIBER BEFORE TESTING. I want to let the world know that I’m an idiot who thought that three motes of dust were dead pixels. At this price point, there should be no excuse for factory imperfections and you deserve the monitor you paid for.
In summary, this monitor makes me happy to come home from work every day. I enthusiastically recommend it.Click Here amazon payment plan on LG UltraGear 34GP83A-B
LG UltraGear review #2
An Amazing Piece of Display Technology!
We had a beautiful relationship while it lasted. I had eyes for perfection and you brought that perfection, 34GP83A-B.
You really did.
You were flicker-free. You were G-Sync Certified. You were of the highest quality IPS available and brought me the fastest GTG (1ms) and refresh rate (144-160hz) a gamer could ask for. Your resolution was wonderful and lovely at 3440×1440 pixels. You made games look amazing with your color depth. You were thick, too! A whopping 34″ diagonal inches. Your backlight bleed and IPS glow were low, but the glow of your heart was warm. You were flawless in every aspect and you were perfect for the gaming turbo-nerd.
But in the end, we were just too different.
I could not get used to your aspect ratio (21:9). I spent too much time with other displays that were of the 16:9 flavor and ultimately, my heart wanted to return to what it knew previously (ASUS PG278Q and now an ASUS PG329Q).
It wasn’t you, it was me. I was the fault in our stars.
LG UltraGear review #3
buy right or buy twice
I’m literally you, reading through reviews wondering if this monitor is worth nearly 900 bucks. Honestly, it is. I spent way too much time returning budget crap options, if you’re ok with VA smearing on lower end monitors and don’t play fast paced games then fine, but for me the colors out of the box were perfect (rare) and no blur/issues with the panel. Trust me I was looking for a reason to return this thing because of cost but wow it is AMAZING.
LG UltraGear review #4
The best money can buy – if you have the PC to back it up
I notice not too many reviews are for the 38inch Ultrawide version, so I will add one.
I am running this monitor on a brand new build – i7 9700k, 2080ti, 64GB 3000mhz RAM. Everything overclocked. It maintains about 120-140hz at max settings in new games with v-sync on. It is buttery smooth. Seriously the best visual experience I’ve ever had gaming in my life. But I doubt this monitor could realize its potential on anything less. Invest in a great PC before getting this.
Some tips if you buy it:
1) max the brightness on the monitor
2) Do NOT use the windows HDR settings. Just leave it off. Games that support HDR will be detected by the monitor when you play them.
3) Set the monitor to “fast” response time (“fastest” which is the advertised 1ms, messes with the IPS panel and can cause tearing. “Fast” is ~4ms. Trust me, you won’t notice the difference in response time, and you’ll appreciate no tearing.)
4) Set the color tone settings on the monitor to your preference, then run a color calibration on your computer. The difference this makes is very very subtle, but hey, you just paid $1800 for this thing.
You’re off to the races. This is the best IPS monitor on the market right now. If you think you can tell the difference between <4ms and 1ms response time, go with a VA, but you’ll sacrifice color accuracy and vividness.
I did months of research before picking this monitor. It is a tough choice, especially considering the cost. If you have the PC to back it up — this is your dream monitor.Click Here amazon payment plan on LG UltraGear 34GP83A-B
LG UltraGear review #5
former owner of the LG 27GL850-B and the Samsung Odyssey G7 all I can say is wow. this monitors blows everything I try before. sRGB colors, resolution, clearness, 160hz OC, 10 bit color, 1.4 DP, no ghosting, no flicker (looking at you G7), 1ms and ultrawide. don’t hesitated or think twice, just get it you can thank me later.
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Warranty & Support
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