Daily Gaming news, videos, reviews, tips & guides. Let's share our love of BigN games!

4K / UHD with 160Hz and ATW polarizer

4K / UHD with 160Hz and ATW polarizer

From Andreas Link
LG offers the first look at the Ultragear 32GQ950, which brings back the ATW Polarizer.

LG has unveiled the Ultragear 32GQ950 at CES in Las Vegas, targeting gamers. The 31.5-inch Nano IPS panel has a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels and a repeatable rate of 144 Hz, which can be overridden by 160 Hz. LG is wary of technical data and calls the display certified with HDR 1000, which guarantees a maximum brightness of 1,000 candles per square meter. With backlighting, however, it is not clear how many zones it supports. It is also believed to glow at the edges without being direct. Typical for IPS, the variance should be 1,000: 1. It is common to refer to the millisecond gray-to-gray response time.

Interestingly, LG is bringing back the ATW polarizer. ATW stands for Advanced True White and the filter reduces IPS brightness. LG says: “Nano IPS with ATW polarizer technology supports true color reproduction for vibrant displays.” Tests should show how well it works. It is hoped that dark image content will “shine” less in the dark and the content will be somewhat stable at steeper angles.

The LG Ultragear 32GQ950 offers HDMI 2.1 with VRR (dynamic update rate) and ALLM (Auto Low Latitude Mode) so that consoles up to 4K / UHD and up to 120 Hz can be uncompromised. The display port is available in version 1.4 and is provided by DSC (Display Stream Summary). G-Sync and Freesync are supported as gaming displays.

See also  Legion, Stop post-release content, support is over -

Otherwise, LG does not want to release further technical details. But you can learn about optics, which is relatively simple for a gaming product and provides conventional lighting. Pricing and availability are currently open.

They are: LG

Advertising: The best supervisors Now find Alternate

[PLUS]    Adjust and measure the gaming monitor in the best possible way

[PLUS] Adjust and measure the gaming monitor in the best possible way

PCGH Plus: A monitor calibration is actually only suitable for graphic designers. But even players can turn some screws to show the best picture. The article came from PC Games Hardware 02/2022.
Further …

Go to article

See also  FDI Siojia Viva - Download La Vos de Roviko

Links marked with * Link links. As we are independent in the research and selection of the products provided, affiliate links are not advertisements. We receive a small commission for product sales, which we use to finance some of the free content of the website.