LG 32GN600-B Monitor Review

Tested using Methodology v1.1
Reviewed Sep 30, 2021 at 10:52 am
LG 32GN600-B Picture
7.4
Mixed Usage
7.0
Office
8.0
Gaming
7.3
Multimedia
7.3
Media Creation
7.1
HDR Gaming
Size 32"
Resolution 2560x1440
Max Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Pixel Type
VA
Variable Refresh Rate
FreeSync

The LG 32GN600-B is a 32 inch, 1440p monitor with a VA panel. It's nearly identical to the LG 32GN650-B but with a much simpler stand and terrible ergonomics. As expected for a VA panel, it has great contrast and decent black uniformity, but unfortunately, the image degrades at an angle. It has outstanding accuracy out of the box and an excellent SDR color gamut. It's great for gaming, with low input lag and a fast response time at the max refresh rate. It has native FreeSync support, and it also found it to work well with NVIDIA's G-SYNC Compatible feature, although it's not certified as such. Unfortunately, like most VA monitors, there's noticeable black smear in dark scenes. Although it has a large, fairly high-resolution screen, its text clarity is only okay due to the relatively low pixel density. Overall, it's a decent monitor, but it doesn't stand out in any way.

Our Verdict

7.4 Mixed Usage

The LG 32GN600 is a decent monitor for most uses. It has low input lag and a fast response time, making it a great choice for gamers. The large, relatively high-resolution screen is decent for office use or media creators, but it has terrible ergonomics and poor viewing angles. It has great contrast and decent black uniformity, so it's a decent choice for HDR gaming or watching videos in a dark room.

Pros
  • Fast refresh rate.
  • Great response time at the max refresh rate.
  • Great screen real estate.
Cons
  • Image degrades at an angle.
  • Terrible ergonomics.
  • Just okay text clarity.
7.0 Office

The LG UltraGear 32GN600-B is a satisfactory office monitor. The large, relatively high-resolution screen is great for multitasking, but the pixel density is a bit low, and text clarity is just okay. It has decent reflection handling and decent peak brightness in SDR, so glare shouldn't be an issue for most people, and it has excellent gray uniformity. Unfortunately, it has narrow viewing angles, and the stand has terrible ergonomics.

Pros
  • Excellent gray uniformity.
  • Outstanding accuracy out of the box.
  • Great screen real estate.
Cons
  • Image degrades at an angle.
  • Terrible ergonomics.
  • Just okay text clarity.
8.0 Gaming

The LG 32GN600 is a great gaming monitor. It has a great response time at the max refresh rate, but like most VA monitors, there's noticeable black smear. It also has fantastic low input lag, and it supports FreeSync variable refresh rate technology, and we found it to work well with NVIDIA's G-SYNC, even though it's not certified. The large, relatively high-resolution screen delivers a more immersive gaming experience, but it has narrow viewing angles, so it's not recommended for co-op gaming.

Pros
  • Fast refresh rate.
  • Great response time at the max refresh rate.
  • Low input lag.
  • Great screen real estate.
Cons
  • Black smear in dark scenes.
  • Terrible ergonomics.
7.3 Multimedia

The LG 32GN600-B is a decent monitor for watching videos. The large, relatively high-resolution screen delivers a more immersive feel when watching videos, but the narrow viewing angles make it a poor choice for watching with other people. It has decent reflection handling and decent peak brightness in SDR, so glare shouldn't be an issue, and it looks good in a dark room thanks to its great contrast and decent black uniformity.

Pros
  • Excellent gray uniformity.
  • Outstanding accuracy out of the box.
  • Great screen real estate.
Cons
  • Image degrades at an angle.
  • Terrible ergonomics.
7.3 Media Creation

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 is a decent monitor for media creators. The large, relatively high-resolution screen makes it easier to see more of your workflow at once, but the relatively low pixel density results in just okay text clarity. It has an excellent SDR color gamut, but it has limited coverage of the Adobe RGB color space. Unfortunately, the stand has terrible ergonomics, and the image degrades at an angle, so it's not a good choice if you have to share your screen with someone else.

Pros
  • Excellent SDR color gamut.
  • Excellent gray uniformity.
  • Outstanding accuracy out of the box.
  • Great screen real estate.
Cons
  • Image degrades at an angle.
  • Terrible ergonomics.
  • Just okay text clarity.
7.1 HDR Gaming

The LG 32GN600-B is a satisfactory monitor for gaming in HDR, mainly due to its great gaming performance, as HDR doesn't add much. It has a great response time, but like most VA monitors, there's noticeable black smear behind dark objects. It also has fantastic low input lag, and it supports both FreeSync and G-SYNC variable refresh rate technology. It has great contrast and decent black uniformity, but it's not bright enough to deliver an impactful HDR experience. Unfortunately, there's no local dimming feature, and it can't display a wide color gamut.

Pros
  • Fast refresh rate.
  • Great response time at the max refresh rate.
  • Low input lag.
  • Great screen real estate.
Cons
  • Black smear in dark scenes.
  • Lacks wide color gamut.
  • No local dimming.
  • 7.4 Mixed Usage
  • 7.0 Office
  • 8.0 Gaming
  • 7.3 Multimedia
  • 7.3 Media Creation
  • 7.1 HDR Gaming
  1. Updated Sep 30, 2021: Review published.
  2. Updated Sep 27, 2021: Early access published.

Test Results

perceptual testing image
Design
Design
Style
Curved No
Curve Radius Not Curved
Weight (without stand)
11.5 lbs (5.2 kg)
Weight (with stand)
13.2 lbs (6.0 kg)

The LG 32GN600-B has a flat, 32 inch panel. It has a clean and simple design, and it looks a lot like the other LG UltraGear monitors we've tested. It's a basic model with no RGB bias-lighting, and the stand is very simple, with almost no ergonomic adjustments.

Design
Stand
Width
18.7" (47.4 cm)
Depth
8.9" (22.5 cm)

The stand is different from the one included with the LG 32GN650-B. It has a similar overall design, but the v-shaped base lays flat on the desk and takes up quite a bit of space. The stand is simple, but it supports the monitor well.

1.2
Design
Ergonomics
Height Adjustment
0.0" (0.0 cm)
Switch Portrait/Landscape No
Swivel Range No swivel
Tilt Range -15° to 5°

Unfortunately, the LG 32GN600 has terrible ergonomics. It has an okay tilt range but no height or swivel adjustments, and it can't rotate to portrait orientation.

Design
Back
Wall Mount VESA 100x100

The back of the monitor is simple, with a red circle similar to the other LG UltraGear monitors but with no RGB lighting. Unfortunately, there's no cable management.

Design
Borders
Borders
0.3" (0.8 cm)

The borders are thin on three sides and aren't at all distracting.

Design
Thickness
Thickness (with stand)
5.9" (14.9 cm)
Thickness (without stand)
1.9" (4.8 cm)

As this is a very basic monitor, it's extremely thin, even with the stand.

7.0
Design
Build Quality

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 has decent build quality, very similar to the other LG UltraGear monitors we've tested. It's entirely plastic, and there's very little flex to the panels, but it feels pretty basic. Although there's nothing that stood out as problematic to us, it doesn't stand out, either. We took a few closeup shots as well, to showcase a few extra details:

Picture Quality
8.0
Picture Quality
Contrast
Native Contrast
3,248 : 1
Contrast With Local Dimming
N/A

As expected for a VA panel, the LG 32GN600 has great contrast, so blacks look black in a dark room. These results are about what we expect from a VA panel, and they're very close to LG's advertised typical contrast ratio of 3000:1, but it can vary between individual units.

0
Picture Quality
Local Dimming
Local Dimming
No
Backlight
Edge

Unfortunately, the LG 32GN600 doesn't have a local dimming feature. We still capture this video, so you can see how the backlight performs and compare it to other monitors that may have a local dimming feature.

7.4
Picture Quality
SDR Peak Brightness
SDR Real Scene
282 cd/m²
SDR Peak 2% Window
297 cd/m²
SDR Peak 10% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Peak 25% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Peak 50% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Peak 100% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 2% Window
297 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 10% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 25% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 50% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR Sustained 100% Window
298 cd/m²
SDR ABL
0.000

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 has just decent peak brightness in SDR. It's bright enough for most viewing conditions, and there's no variation in brightness with different scenes, which is great. These results are lower than LG's advertised typical peak brightness of 350 nits but still within expected range, as LG advertises a minimum peak brightness of 280 nits. Their advertised brightness might be with a different, less accurate picture mode.

We measured the SDR peak brightness after calibration in the 'Gamer 1' Picture Mode with Brightness set to max. Other picture modes might be brighter but aren't as accurate.

6.4
Picture Quality
HDR Peak Brightness
HDR Real Scene
340 cd/m²
HDR Peak 2% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Peak 10% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Peak 25% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Peak 50% Window
361 cd/m²
HDR Peak 100% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 2% Window
359 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 10% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 25% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 50% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR Sustained 100% Window
360 cd/m²
HDR ABL
0.000

Unfortunately, the LG 32GN600-B has mediocre peak brightness in HDR. It's not bright enough to deliver an impactful cinematic experience in HDR, as small highlights don't stand out at all. It's bright enough for some games to look a bit better in HDR, but overall it's a minor difference over SDR.

We measured the HDR peak brightness in the 'Gamer 2' Picture Mode with HDR enabled and Brightness set to max. Other picture modes might be brighter but aren't as accurate.

5.7
Picture Quality
Horizontal Viewing Angle
Color Washout From Left
28°
Color Washout From Right
30°
Color Shift From Left
50°
Color Shift From Right
53°
Brightness Loss From Left
29°
Brightness Loss From Right
30°
Black Level Raise From Left
16°
Black Level Raise From Right
16°
Gamma Shift From Left
18°
Gamma Shift From Right
16°

As expected for a VA panel, the LG 32GN600 has disappointing horizontal viewing angles. As you move off-center, the brightness decreases, gamma shifts, and black levels rise, causing the image to appear washed out. It can be an issue even if you're sitting too close directly in front of it, as the sides of the screen can appear non-uniform.

5.3
Picture Quality
Vertical Viewing Angle
Color Washout From Below
26°
Color Washout From Above
26°
Color Shift From Below
41°
Color Shift From Above
42°
Brightness Loss From Below
29°
Brightness Loss From Above
28°
Black Level Raise From Below
13°
Black Level Raise From Above
11°
Gamma Shift From Below
16°
Gamma Shift From Above
14°

Unfortunately, as expected for a monitor with a VA panel, the LG UltraGear 32GN600 has poor vertical viewing angles. The image on-screen washes out very quickly as you move off-center. This monitor isn't a good choice if you often share your screen with someone standing beside you.

8.5
Picture Quality
Gray Uniformity
50% Std. Dev.
3.241%
50% DSE
0.121%
5% Std. Dev.
0.676%
5% DSE
0.067%

The LG 32GN600 has excellent gray uniformity. The sides of the screen are noticeably darker than the center, and there's a bit of dirty screen effect. Uniformity in near-black scenes is much better, with very little deviation but a bit of dirty screen effect. Uniformity can vary between individual units, but unlike TVs, it's rarely an issue on modern monitors.

7.3
Picture Quality
Black Uniformity
Native Std. Dev.
1.108%
Std. Dev. w/ L.D.
N/A

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 has decent black uniformity. There's some backlight bleed along the top edge of our unit and a bit of cloudiness, but very little blooming. It can vary between individual units, though.

9.1
Picture Quality
Pre Calibration
Picture Mode
Gamer 1
Luminance
318 cd/m²
Luminance Settings
100
Contrast Setting
70
RGB Controls
50-50-50
Gamma Setting
Mode 2
Color Temperature
6,825 K
White Balance dE
1.03
Color dE
1.58
Gamma
2.22

Out of the box, the LG 32GN600 has outstanding accuracy, but this can vary between individual units. Gamma is close to the sRGB target curve, but dark scenes are crushed a bit. The white balance is outstanding, with no noticeable issues, and color accuracy is excellent overall, but some colors are oversaturated, including pure greens and yellows. The color temperature is a bit cool, but it's not off by much. Unfortunately, there's no sRGB mode to clamp colors to the sRGB color space, which may disappoint some users.

9.6
Picture Quality
Post Calibration
Picture Mode
Gamer 1
Luminance
100 cd/m²
Luminance Settings
17
Contrast Setting
67
RGB Controls
51-50-50
Gamma Setting
Mode 2
Color Temperature
6,468 K
White Balance dE
0.55
Color dE
0.52
Gamma
2.19

After calibration, the LG UltraGear 32GN600-B has outstanding accuracy, with no noticeable issues at all. Gamma is extremely close to the sRGB target curve, and the color temperature is very close to our target. Colors are far more accurate, and they're no longer oversaturated.

You can download our ICC profile calibration here. This is provided for reference only and shouldn't be used, as the calibration values vary per individual unit due to manufacturing tolerances, even for the same model.

8.9
Picture Quality
SDR Color Gamut
sRGB xy
99.1%
Adobe RGB xy
78.4%
sRGB Picture Mode
Gamer 1
Adobe RGB Picture Mode
Gamer 1

The LG 32GN600 has an excellent SDR color gamut. It can display the entire sRGB color space used by most desktop and web content, as well as most games. Coverage of the wider Adobe RGB color space is good but might be too low for professional users.

9.1
Picture Quality
SDR Color Volume
sRGB In ICtCp
98.2%
Adobe RGB In ICtCp
83.5%
sRGB Picture Mode
Gamer 1
Adobe RGB Picture Mode
Gamer 1

The LG 32GN600-B has superb color volume in SDR. Despite the relatively high contrast ratio, it still can't display dark saturated colors very well but otherwise fills out most of its color volume. In Adobe RGB, it's mainly limited by the incomplete color gamut.

6.7
Picture Quality
HDR Color Gamut
Wide Color Gamut
No
DCI P3 xy
78.4%
Rec. 2020 xy
56.4%
DCI P3 Picture Mode
Gamer 2
Rec. 2020 Picture Mode
Gamer 2

The LG 32GN600 has an okay color gamut in HDR, and it can't display a wide color gamut. It has good coverage of the most common DCI P3 color space, which is good for most current HDR content, but coverage of the wider Rec. 2020 color space is sub-par.

6.1
Picture Quality
HDR Color Volume
DCI-P3 In ICtCp
70.7%
Rec. 2020 In ICtCp
50.8%
DCI P3 Picture Mode
Gamer 2
Rec. 2020 Picture Mode
Gamer 2

Unfortunately, the LG 32GN600 has mediocre color volume in HDR. It's mainly limited by the incomplete color gamuts in both DCI P3 and Rec. 2020.

10
Picture Quality
Image Retention
IR After 0 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 2 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 4 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 6 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 8 Min Recovery
0.00%
IR After 10 Min Recovery
0.00%

There are no signs of temporary image retention on our unit, but this can vary between individual units.

9.6
Picture Quality
Gradient
Color Depth
10 Bit

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 has fantastic gradient handling. There's very little banding in any shade, which is great. It can accept and display a 10-bit signal, but there's no way to know if it's a native 10-bit panel or if it achieves this through dithering, also known as FRC.

9.5
Picture Quality
Color Bleed
Pixel Row Error
0.002%
Pixel Column Error
0.092%

There's a little bit of vertical color bleed on our unit, but it's very hard to spot with regular content. It can vary between individual units.

7.4
Picture Quality
Reflections
Screen Finish
Matte
Total Reflections
5.3%
Indirect Reflections
2.8%
Calculated Direct Reflections
2.5%

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 has decent reflection handling. The matte finish absorbs direct reflections, reducing their intensity by spreading the reflection out a bit. Although it has just decent peak brightness in SDR, glare shouldn't be an issue in most viewing environments.

6.5
Picture Quality
Text Clarity
Sub-Pixel Layout
RGB

Unfortunately, due to the relatively low pixel density, the LG 32GN600 has just okay text clarity. There are some noticeable issues on curved edges and diagonal lines even after running the ClearType wizard on Windows (top photo).

Motion
8.1
Motion
Response Time @ Max Refresh Rate
Best Overdrive Setting
Faster
Rise / Fall Time
4.8 ms
Total Response Time
12.8 ms
Overshoot Error
9.6%
Dark Rise / Fall Time
9.5 ms
Dark Total Response Time
18.9 ms
Dark Overshoot Error
0.0%

Response Time SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
OffChartTablePhoto
NormalChartTablePhoto
FastChartTablePhoto
FasterChartTablePhoto

The LG 32GN600 has a great response time at the maximum refresh rate of 165Hz. Like most gaming monitors, you can adjust the pixel overdrive, and we recommend the 'Faster' Response Time setting at the max refresh rate. It delivers the best overall performance, but there's a bit of overshoot. If inverse ghosting bothers you, 'Fast' has slightly slower transitions, but basically no overshoot.

Unfortunately, like most VA monitors on the market, it's a bit slow to transition out of dark scenes, causing black smear behind fast-moving dark objects. It's noticeable even on the fastest overdrive setting and gets a bit worse on slower modes.

7.4
Motion
Response Time @ 60Hz
Best Overdrive Setting
Normal
Rise / Fall Time
8.1 ms
Total Response Time
16.4 ms
Overshoot Error
1.4%
Dark Rise / Fall Time
11.1 ms
Dark Total Response Time
20.1 ms
Dark Overshoot Error
0.0%

Response Time SettingResponse Time ChartResponse Time TablesMotion Blur Photo
OffChartTablePhoto
NormalChartTablePhoto
FastChartTablePhoto
FasterChartTablePhoto

The LG 32GN600 has a decent response time at 60Hz, but it's a bit worse than at the max refresh rate. Unlike at higher refresh rates, we recommend the 'Normal' Response Time setting, as it delivers the best results overall. Unfortunately, there's terrible overshoot in higher settings, so even though the rise/fall time is faster in each setting, we don't recommend them. This is a bit disappointing, as the overdrive behavior isn't consistent across the refresh rate range, so you'll have to change settings each time you change your refresh rate or pick an overdrive setting based on the frame rate you can maintain in-game. There's still noticeable black smear behind fast-moving dark objects with the 'Normal' setting, but unlike at the max refresh rate, it's significantly better with 'Fast' or 'Faster'.

10
Motion
Image Flicker
Flicker-Free Yes
PWM Dimming Frequency
0 Hz

This monitor has a completely flicker-free backlight at all backlight levels, which is great.

6.1
Motion
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
Yes
BFI Maximum Frequency
165 Hz
BFI Minimum Frequency
120 Hz

The LG UltraGear 32GN600-B has an optional backlight strobing feature, commonly called black frame insertion (BFI), to improve the appearance of motion. Unfortunately, it's only available in the upper range of refresh rates, and the timing is a bit off, causing some duplications. Like most monitors, you can't enable it at the same time as the variable refresh rate feature. Note that our scoring is only based on the refresh rate range supported by this feature and doesn't currently reflect how well the feature performs.

9.2
Motion
Refresh Rate
Native
165 Hz
Max Refresh Rate
165 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate
Yes
FreeSync
Yes
G-SYNC
Compatible (Tested)
VRR Maximum
165 Hz
VRR Minimum
< 20 Hz
VRR Supported Connectors DisplayPort, HDMI

The LG 32GN600 has a fast native refresh rate, which should please most gamers. It supports AMD's FreeSync variable refresh rate technology, and although it's not officially supported, we also found it to work well with NVIDIA's G-SYNC compatible mode, but only over DisplayPort. It supports a wide refresh rate range for both VRR formats, but over HDMI, it's limited to a maximum refresh rate of 144Hz.

Inputs
9.5
Inputs
Input Lag
Native Resolution
4.2 ms
Native Resolution @ 60Hz
8.7 ms
Variable Refresh Rate
4.5 ms
Variable Refresh Rate @ 60Hz
10.1 ms
10 Bit HDR
N/A
Black Frame Insertion (BFI)
6.8 ms

The LG 32GN600 has fantastic low input lag, resulting in a very responsive gaming experience. Enabling the variable refresh rate feature causes the input lag to increase slightly, but it's not noticeable.

Note: We couldn't measure the input lag with a 10-bit HDR signal, as the maximum refresh rate of this monitor isn't supported over HDMI, and we can only measure HDR input lag over HDMI.

8.3
Inputs
Resolution And Size
Native Resolution 2560 x 1440
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Megapixels 3.7 MP
Pixel Density
93 PPI
Screen Diagonal 31.6"
Screen Area 428 in²

The 32 inch, 1440p screen is great for multitasking, but the relatively low pixel density might disappoint some people, as it results in just okay text clarity.

Inputs
Inputs
Inputs
Total Inputs
DisplayPort 1 (DP 1.4)
Mini DisplayPort No
HDMI 2 (HDMI 2.0)
DVI No
VGA No
DisplayPort Out No
USB No
USB C No
Analog Audio Out 3.5mm 1
Microphone In 3.5mm No
Digital Optical Audio Out No
Analog Audio Out RCA No
Power Supply External Brick

The LG 32GN600 has two HDMI ports, but they're limited to HDMI 2.0. Unfortunately, it doesn't support HDMI 2.1 for console gamers.

Features
Features
Additional Features
RGB Illumination
No
Speakers
No
HDR10 Yes
Multiple Input Display
No

The LG UltraGear 32GN600-B comes with a few extra features, but it's not as well-equipped as the higher-end LG UltraGear monitors.

  • Crosshair: Adds a virtual crosshair as an overlay to any game. Unlike software crosshairs, this virtual overlay can't be detected by the game.
  • Black Stabilizer: Adjusts gamma to make it easier to spot objects/players in dark scenes without adjust bright scenes.

Features
On-Screen Display (OSD)
Features
Controls

Like most LG monitors, the LG 32GN600-B has a single joystick that you use navigate the on-screen display. It works well and is very easy to use.

Features
In The Box

  • Power supply
  • DisplayPort cable
  • Mouse bungee hook
  • User guides
  • User guides (CD)

Differences Between Sizes And Variants

We tested the LG 32GN600-B 32 inch ultrawide gaming monitor, part of LG's UltraGear gaming monitor lineup. There are many other monitors in LG's UltraGear lineup with various configurations, some of which you can see in the table below. As they each have different specs, we don't expect our review to be valid for any other model.

Model Size Panel Type Resolution Max Refresh Rate
32GN600-B 32" VA 2560 x 1440 165Hz
32GN650-B 32" VA 2560 x 1440 165Hz
34GP950G 34" IPS 3440 x 1440 180Hz
34GP83A-B 34" IPS 3440 x 1440 160Hz
32GP850-B 32" IPS 2560 x 1440 180Hz
27GP950-B 27" IPS 3840 x 2160 160Hz
27GP850-B 27" IPS 2560 x 1440 180Hz

If someone comes across a different type of panel or their LG UltraGear 32GN600 doesn't correspond to our review, let us know, and we'll update the review. Note that some tests, like gray uniformity, may vary between individual units.

Our unit was manufactured in June 2021; you can see the label here.

Compared To Other Monitors

The LG UltraGear 32GN600 is a basic gaming monitor that doesn't stand out against the competition. It's great for gaming, with low input lag and a great response time, but there are far better options out there for just a bit more. The relatively low pixel density delivers just okay text clarity, and the basic stand allows for almost no ergonomic adjustments.

For more options, check out our recommendations for the best budget gaming monitors, the best 28-32 inch monitors, and the best 1440p monitors.

Gigabyte M27Q

The Gigabyte M27Q is a much better monitor than the LG 32GN600-B for most people. The Gigabyte has wider viewing angles and better ergonomics, so it's a bit more versatile. The Gigabyte is also much better for gaming, with a significantly faster response time, especially at 60Hz. On the other hand, the LG is better for a dark room, as it has better contrast and better black uniformity.

LG 32GN650-B

The LG 32GN650-B and the LG 32GN600-B are nearly identical. The only significant difference between them is the stand. The 32GN650-B has a more advanced stand with much better ergonomics, so it's easier to adjust it to an ideal viewing position.

LG 27GN800-B

The LG 27GN800-B and the LG 32GN600-B are both great gaming monitors, but the best one depends on your needs. The 32GN600-B has a VA panel, and it's best-suited for a dark room, with deep blacks and decent black uniformity. The 27GN800-B has an IPS panel, and it's best-suited for a brighter environment, and it has better viewing angles and better reflection handling. The 27GN800-B is a better choice for gaming, as it has a much faster response time, so there's less blur behind fast-moving objects.

LG 32GP850-B

The LG 32GP850-B and the LG 32GN600-B use different panel technologies, each with strengths and weaknesses, but overall, the 32GP850-B is better for most people. The 32GP850 has better ergonomics, much better viewing angles, and a much faster response time. The 32GN600-B, on the other hand, has much better contrast and better black uniformity, so it's a better choice for a dark room.

LG 27GL650F-B

The LG 27GL650F-B and the LG 32GN600-B use different panel technologies, each with strengths and weaknesses. The 32GN600-B has a VA panel, with much better contrast and better black uniformity, so it's a better choice for a dark room. The 27GL650F-B has an IPS panel, with better viewing angles, and it also has much better ergonomics and a smaller, lower-resolution screen.

AOC CQ32G1

The LG 32GN600-B is better than the AOC CQ32G1. The LG has better black uniformity, much better gradient handling, and a faster response time. Unlike the AOC, the LG supports HDR, but this doesn't add much, as it can't display a wide color gamut and can't get very bright in HDR. On the other hand, the AOC has better viewing angles.

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