Review: LG UltraFine 4K Display with Thunderbolt 3

The LG UltraFine 4K Display (32UL950) with Thunderbolt 3 features two Thunderbolt 3 ports that daisy chain. Find on Amazon:


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22 Comments on Review: LG UltraFine 4K Display with Thunderbolt 3

  1. I’ve always liked LG displays. This is looking like a good monitor choice for when I do eventually upgrade from a 1920X1200 display. Thank you Ben.

  2. You can also buy the LG 32” 32UD99 4K HDR10 IPS for only $900.
    I think most things are the same, It’s IPS and not nanoIPS, it has only one Thunderbolt and it’s HDR10 but not VESA600.

  3. It’s still a hefty purchase, but the BlackMagic eGPU Pro supports Displayport 1.4, so you could free up the two Thunderbolt 3 ports on the display, and charge your MacBook Pro at 85 Watts, in addition to adding all of the i/o from the eGPU, all while running the display at it’s full resolution. You could also still save a Thunderbolt 3 port for the UA Arrow on the MacBook Pro to reduce any latency that may come from daisy chaining via the display. But $2,500 for the whole setup, without tax, is kind of an absurd purchase for the average household. May be worth it for creatives using their computers as workstations though. Could be even cheaper if you bought a different eGPU that still supports Displayport 1.4. Up to the individual I suppose.

  4. Very good monitor specially when switching from the Nvidia egpu+bootcamp (DisplayPort) to MacOS with the internal AMD (TB3)

  5. Has apple released firmware to fix the Mini’s jittery display issues? it seems quick flickery when scrolling in portrait mode.

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