LG 24UD58-B 23.8″ 4K UHD LED Gaming LCD Monitor – 16:9

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24″ Class – In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology – 3840 x 2160 – 1.07 Billion Colors – FreeSync – 250 Nit – 5 ms – 60 Hz Refresh Rate – HDMI – DisplayPort

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LG 24UD58-B 23.8″ 4K UHD LED Gaming LCD Monitor – 16:9

24″ Class – In-plane Switching (IPS) Technology – 3840 x 2160 – 1.07 Billion Colors – FreeSync – 250 Nit – 5 ms – 60 Hz Refresh Rate – HDMI – DisplayPort

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1 review for LG 24UD58-B 23.8″ 4K UHD LED Gaming LCD Monitor – 16:9

  1. Karsyn (verified owner)

    This is a great monitor for the price. I usually try to be a value shopper, and I’m proud of this purchase. This monitor was about $100 less expensive than I paid for a normal HD monitor about 5 years ago! I’m replacing an HD Asus monitor, and wow! Finally, finally, I have a monitor that actually looks good beside my 15 inch Macbook Pro Retina Display. One thing I love about the Retina display is that text and photos look like high resolution print: incredibly smooth with no noticeable pixelation at a standard viewing distance of > 1 foot. This LG monitor also does this! But one thing to watch out for: You need to turn OFF “SUPER RESOLUTION+” (Menu > Picture > Picture Adjust). Otherwise, there will be noticeable pixelation rather than the smooth lines you expect from a retina-like monitor. I think this setting was added as a quick-and-foolish way to increase sharpness and contrast in one preset, but it really fails in that it is completely unnecessary (since you also have a separate sharpness and contrast settings) and it does more harm than good.Speaking of settings, here’s what looks best for me: Brightness: 100, Contrast: 70, Sharpness: 50, Black Level: Low, Deep Color: Off, DFC: On, Response Time: High, Black Stabilizer: 50, Gamma: Gamma1, Color Temp: Warm or Custom, Red: 50, Blue: 50, Green: 50. I also made the Gamma slightly darker using my Mac’s display profile. My only gripe is that the peak brightness is slightly less than for my MBP retina display, but it works out since I usually have my retina display at -1 or -2 peak brightness, which matches the LG monitor. The default contrast of 70 seems optimal, as midtones appear to exponentially disappear above 70, while linearly decreasing up to 70. The default sharpness of 50 also appears to be native, and there really is no reason to change this setting higher than 60. Sharper and aliasing becomes noticeable, and lower and it actually looks like the monitor is adding blur. A low black level looks best, and higher ones just look washed out. Deep color didn’t work for me, so I had to keep it off. I turned on DFC (digital fine contrast), but I didn’t really notice any difference with it on. I also didn’t see a difference with a high response time, but I have it that way just in case.In short: If you’re looking to upgrade your existing monitor with a super high-resolution, value monitor, then get this one. Great for Macs! Just turn off Super Resolution, and keep the rest of the settings at default.

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