LG has just introduced its great gaming monitor, the LG 48GQ900-Bwhich stands out for offering a OLED panel a 120Hz with a response time of only 0.1 milliseconds. Moreover, he has VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) making it perfect for very fluid games.
belonging to the range LG Ultra GearThe LG 48GQ900-B comes with an OLED panel and some features that make it one of the best gaming “monitors”. And we’re talking about a 47.5″ screen, something that for many is too much if we want to call it a monitor. However, 48″ monitors have already become popular with famous TVs. LG OLED 48CXabout a year and a half ago. This led the company to already call the 48GQ900-B a monitor and not a TV despite its size.
LG 48GQ900-B OLED Gaming Monitor Full Specs
- Cut: 47.5″.
- Resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels (UHD).
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Brightness: 330cd/m2.
- Maximum brightness: 480cd/m2.
- Color gamut: DCI-P3 98% (CIE1976).
- supports HDR10.
- Factory calibrated 10-bit panel.
- Contrast ratio: 1.5 M:1.
- Response Speed: 0.1ms GTG.
- Viewing angle (RC≥10) 178º(R/L), 178º(U/D).
- Typical power consumption: 63W.
- Maximum power consumption: 183W.
- Compatibility with HDMI-vversion 2.1.
- Ports: 3xHDMI, 1x Display Port, 2 USB 3.0 hubs.
- Dimensions: 1.071mm x 660mm x 185mm.
- Lester: 16.8kg.
- Wall mounting (VESA): 300mm x 200mm / 400mm x 200mm.
Additional Gaming Monitor Features
- FPS counter.
- Dynamic Action Sync Technology (THE).
- Technology Black stabilizer (black stabilizer).
- Crosshair (Cruceta para shooters).
- NVIDIA G-SYNC there AMD FreeSync Premium Pro compatible.
- Anti-flicker protection (FlickerSafe).
- Reading mode.
Here we will be struck by the fact that the panel itself allows overclocking. In fact we can overclock the LG 48GQ900-B up to 138Hz compared to the 120 Hz which comes from the factory. That bumps us up to almost 144Hz that a higher model than this could offer, for free. That yes, watch the consumption, since the 183W maximum TDP That’s a pretty high number on its own. As for the rest of the features it brings us, we have Dynamic Action Sync, which minimizes input lag and gives us a smoother gaming experience.
FPS Counter It will allow us, as the name suggests, to display the frames per second in games in a corner of the screen. The black stabilizer (or black stabilizer) will increase the brightness in the darkest areas, preventing us from failing our aim due to the lack of visibility. Reticlefor its part, will add a crosshair in the center of the screen, which will be present in our games.
The LG 48GQ900-B will go on sale for $1,479
The price is high, we know, but you also get a very high-end gaming monitor. With its 4K 120 Hz OLED panel (138Hz with OC), its response time of only 0.1 ms and its compatibility with NVIDIA G-SYNC Compatible and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, already position it in the lead. In addition to these, it should be added that it also supports VRR via HDMI 2.1, a technology that adapts the refresh rate to the FPS provided by the PC or console. This allows for a smoother feel and minimizes stuttering and tearing caused by FPS variations.