LG 27″ Ultragear OLED QHD Gaming Monitor with 240Hz 0.03ms GtG & nVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible

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Original price was: $899.99.Current price is: $796.99.

  • 240Hz Refresh Rate – Gear up for smooth gameplay with an ultra-fast 240Hz OLED display. The faster speed lets you respond quickly to opponents and stay a step ahead of the competition.
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro – AMD FreeSync Premium Pro equips serious gamers with a fluid, virtually tear-free gaming experience. With at least 120Hz refresh rate at minimum FHD resolution and low latency gameplay, you’ll never miss a frame of the action as you play at peak performance.
  • OLED 1,500,000:1 Contrast Ratio – Don’t compromise quality for speed—the LG UltraGear OLED screen delivers a 1,500,000:1 contrast ratio for a deep, detailed quality picture and a lifelike gaming experience.
  • HDMI 2.1 & DisplayPort 1.4 – Enjoy smoother, vivid colors and high-resolution graphics thanks to HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 1.4. Both connections are supported on this display and let you experience up to 240Hz refresh rate.
  • VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400 – VESA DisplayHDR True Black 400 certified means this monitor meets industry standards for brightness as well as deep, rich black color expression. The benefit for gaming and streaming content, is impeccable image detail in dark scenes for a stunning visual experience.
  • HDR10 & DCI-P3 98.5% – Bring big time color to the screen. The LG UltraGear OLED 27″ display lets you explore HDR content the way it was meant to be seen with up to 98.5% coverage of DCI-P3 —an elevated color spectrum that showcases brilliant color.
  • Anti-Glare with Low Reflection Display – Play with less distractions thanks to an anti-glare screen that minimizes light reflections and lets you concentrate on winning.
  • 4-pole Headphone Jack & DTS HP:X – DTS Headphone:X1 provides accurate spatialization and localization in games for 3D audio over headphones. Supports channel-based, scene based, and object-based audio. Plus, a 4-pole headphone jack lets you carry a stereo headphone signal and mono microphone signal with common ground.
  • Gamer-Centric Design – Lose yourself in the game with a virtually borderless, ultra-thin design that optimizes space within your battlestation. Easily make height, tilt and swivel adjustments to the display to be able to see and play exactly to your specs.
LG 27″ Ultragear OLED QHD Gaming Monitor with 240Hz 0.03ms GtG & nVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible
LG 27″ Ultragear OLED QHD Gaming Monitor with 240Hz 0.03ms GtG & nVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible

Original price was: $899.99.Current price is: $796.99.

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Specification: LG 27″ Ultragear OLED QHD Gaming Monitor with 240Hz 0.03ms GtG & nVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible

Standing screen display size

‎27 Inches

Screen Resolution


Max Screen Resolution

‎2560 x 1440 Pixels





Item model number


Item Weight

‎16.2 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎10.2 x 23.8 x 22.6 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎10.2 x 23.8 x 22.6 inches





Country of Origin


Date First Available

‎January 16, 2024

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7 reviews for LG 27″ Ultragear OLED QHD Gaming Monitor with 240Hz 0.03ms GtG & nVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible

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  1. Ricardo Barragan

    The good:
    – Gaming: Really immersive and draws you into the game.
    The bad:
    – Text: The text is really blurry looking, kina of like the text hasn’t rendered fully yet but it never does. The text is not clear at all. The matte coating really makes this monitor suffer in this aspect.
    – PPI: IMO This 39″ should be higher resolution. 1440p for this size monitor is not good enough, I could only imagine how the 45″ version of this is with PPI and text.

    Would not recommend this monitor due to the poor nature of productivity (which is bad on this monitor due to the matte coating and PPI). The matte coating is good in a brightly lit room, it could handle the light well, and the blacks stay true black, which was impressive for an OLED but that is as far as I can give praise for this monitor. Sadly I will return this monitor and probably go with another brand that doesn’t use matte coating. I thought the matte coating wouldn’t bother me, but when comparing the picture quality with a qd-oled, the qd-oled wins.

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  2. “germanium20”

    The brightness has been almost doubled in some cases. SDR brightness potential has improved by over 50% which in this case is over 100nits brighter.

    I have a colorimeter in which I could do a hardware based calibration. With a 10% window the GR model achieved 209 nits where as the new GS model achieved 326 nits.

    In HDR, some other person measured 1185 nits in a 2% window. Here the GR model only measured around 600 nits. Some a little over & some a little under at this 2% window size.

    Colors still look fantastic. Every bit as good as the GR model. This is true in both SRGB mode for desktop & gamer 1 for HDR movies & such. These are the 2 best modes. They just so happen to also be the 2 brightest modes unlike the older GR model. Here the 2 brightest modes don’t suffer any blue push & deliver very much of the artist intent unlike the brightest modes on the GR model.

    SDR modes don’t have any Automatic brightness limits at least as far as running on the low or off peak brightness settings with a full white screen. On the high peak brightness setting, you may not notice any ABL activity but if you change it to the low peak brightness it become obvious that there is some limiting going on. You actually have to change the setting to notice this though so you will not likely notice in real usage. There is no ABL activity at all in low or off peak brightness settings.

    Some people like gamer 2 I have read elsewhere due to the extra color saturation. Colors pop more in gamer 2. There is a slight blue push though in gamer 2. I don’t recommend anyone use Vivid or HDR Effect. This is not real HDR & it looks horrible.

    All in all it is most definately a worthy update & I wholeheartedly recommend it. Thank you.

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  3. charbel

    Ye it’s the best monitor until they make it in a 25 inch type but it’s ok because you can resize it by yourself with nvidia control panel to make it look like a 25 inch. Brightness is fix, input delay is fast and it’s oled. My second monitor behind is the zowie xl2546k. Also the input lag is faster than the asus pg27aqdm. It’s also better than the xg259qn 380hz ips. Worth it!

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  4. Summit

    I have a dual role for my use of this monitor, because I DO play around with a flight simulator that is brutal on graphics- but I use my computer more for video conference and documents. If you want to skip to the pro/con list, it’s posted at the end of my review.

    The width of this monitor was about the same as my flat 35″ which was replaced. With my flat 35″ on my desk, it almost seemed as if it had a reverse curve in it- as the documents at the far ends seemed much farther away than the center documents. My glasses are tuned for a specific distance for my monitor, but the extreme width made it actually annoying that the screen was too wide. CURVED monitor is the answer- as everything is in focus as everywhere you look, it’s the same distance from your eyes. This monitor has a much more dramatic curve in it than some of the ones I’ve looked at in stores, and initially I found it odd and unusual- but after a day or so, it felt very natural. The new monitor is a 39″, but with the curve it fit between my speakers and didn’t require any more desk space than my flat 35″ did.
    Office use: For documents, these OLED screens aren’t usually great at sharp fonts- and that lack of sharpness was apparent to me, but it still wasn’t objectionable so far. The colors are vivid, so multimedia is spectacular. If someone wanted a monitor for just the office and not using it for advanced graphics such as engineering/rendering/3D etc- I would absolutely recommend the traditional non-OLED version.
    Game/SIM use: This is what this monitor was made for. Of course, with OLED anything black is really, truly black- and the colors are so vivid it’s a treat for the eyes. Even my wife who couldn’t possibly care less and wouldn’t know the difference normally stopped dead in her tracks and deemed this monitor’s colors “amazing.” Running my flight sim on this was fantastic, and I really embraced the concept of the curve.
    Pros: Gaming is fantastic on this, as it’s fast with vivid colors and deep blacks. The curve works great for keeping everything in focus for those who wear glasses specific for computer use (old people like me).
    Cons: Expensive, and actually less sharp when doing fonts in documents- so it is actually less desirable for an office application, despite costing much more.
    I may move this to mount to a gaming chair set up with flight controls for sims and but a regular LCD curved widescreen for work. This monitor is an example of some very high end equipment being great at some applications, but not for others.

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  5. Vahden

    Do not buy the wrong monitor! The ASUS version of this (PG27AQDM) only supports HDMI 2.0. If you have no intent of streaming and just intend to use display port, that is fine, but if you intend on using a capture card at all then you NEED HDMI 2.1 to support the resolution and frame rate this guy pumps out.

    It is not a perfect monitor, the matte finish is not as preferable as a glossy finish for most people (I prefer matte as I play in a well lit area) and the text clarity is not as good as you would expect from a comparable LCD (barely perceptible difference imho) but if either of these bother you wait till the end of the year for updated versions that address these issues.

    All in all very happy so far, if anything goes wonky I’ll come back to edit the review.

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  6. David Field

    If you were worried that the brightness would be dim, like last years model – that has been resolved – perfectly bright.

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  7. Matthew

    I’ve never had an OLED screen whether it be a TV or monitor and i’m glad i got this. I moved from a 21:9 3440x1440p to this and i have zero regrets. Out of the box the colors were really good but i adjusted the brightness a bit, that is all.

    Absolutely gorgeous display, I am going to buy a 2nd one. Would give 10 stars if i could.

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