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Lood
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I'm not sure what happened with my LG monitor recently but it decided that color reproduction wasnt its thing anymore and I'm having an incredibly hard time getting it to look the way I want it to... SOO

I'm looking for a 32" monitor that's 1440p & 144hz so if anyone has any recommendations I would seriously appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
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Hmmm I'm not familiar with 32". All my monitors are Acer, so that's a brand I trust.

I would recommend posting in the PC Building forum. A guy named 21 will probably be able to help you better than most people on this site
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Requesting upgrade advice

  • Post your current specs including the model number of your power supply.
  • How much do you want to spend on the upgrade?
  • What is your goal for the upgrade?


Don't really need to know your case/PSU, but what CPU/GPU are you running?
Budget and currency for upgrade?
What do you use your system for, and what are you looking for with a monitor exactly?
Any other relevant information?
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21 wrotehttps://www.thetechgame.com/Forums/t=7787031/how-to-ask-for-build-and-upgrade-advice.html

Requesting upgrade advice

  • Post your current specs including the model number of your power supply.
  • How much do you want to spend on the upgrade?
  • What is your goal for the upgrade?


Don't really need to know your case/PSU, but what CPU/GPU are you running?
Budget and currency for upgrade?
What do you use your system for, and what are you looking for with a monitor exactly?
Any other relevant information?

My current monitor is an lg 32gk650f-b which is 1440p and 144hz. I believe the model number of my power supply is 210-GQ-0750-V1. I'd say my spending cap is $350-400 USD, preferably on the lower end there. Lastly, I have an RX 5700xt and a Ryzen 3800x.

My goal for this upgrade is mostly just something that's good for gaming as well as color reproduction for graphic design stuff. My current monitor has terrible color unless I turn the contrast all the way up in its settings AND AMD's software, and by that point the contrast is so high that reading anything on my screen is nearly impossible because its just getting blurred.

Ty in advance
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Benq monitors are good
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