LG Input Lag Tests: UltraWide, 4K, IPS Monitors

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Continuing from our ASUS monitor update back in January, I managed to get my hands on several LG monitors and updated them into our input lag database. This includes an assortment of standard 1080p TN, 4K, IPS, UltraWide, and other types of monitors, so there should be something for everyone! Keep in mind that some of these models require “Dynamic Action Sync” to be enabled, which is LG’s mode designed to reduce input lag to their fastest response, essentially their version of “Game” mode.

LG UltraWide Monitors:

  • 34″ 34UC79G-B (144hz IPS FreeSync) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 34″ 34UC98-W (1440p IPS) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 34″ 34UM68-P (IPS FreeSync) – Input Lag: 9ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 29″ 29UM68-P (IPS) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon
  • 25″ 25UM58-P (IPS) – Input Lag: 9ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon

LG 4K Monitors:

  • 27″ 27UD88-W (IPS FreeSync) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) Check Amazon

LG 1080p Monitors:

  • 24″ 24M38H-B – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent)Check Amazon
  • 24″ 24MP48HQ (IPS) – Input Lag: 9ms (Excellent)Check Amazon
  • 24″ 24GM77-B (144hz) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent)Check Amazon
  • 24″ 24MP88HV-S (IPS) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent)Check Amazon
  • 24″ 27MP58VQ-P (IPS) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) Check Amazon
  • 27″ 27MP38VQ-P (IPS) – Input Lag: 10ms (Excellent) – Check Amazon

Be sure to check our input lag database, with over 500 displays tested for input lag!

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Adeel Soomro

Adeel Soomro, also known as "Four Wude", has been a competitive Street Fighter 4 player since 2008. Using his extensive gaming experience on a casual and professional level, he aims to spread the awareness of input lag existing in today's displays. Having tested over 300 displays for input lag, he hopes that DisplayLag will aid gamers around the world when purchasing the best HDTV or monitor for gaming.

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