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Just bought one from Cincinnati Microcenter store.  LG55TV Microcenter 
4K IPS panel, works perfectly as a Photoshop monitor. 

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Does Fry's carry this model? Fry's claims to price match online as well as B&M prices.

dhho1 (Jun. 18, 2014 @ 1:51p) |

Here is the picture.

mjbok (Jun. 18, 2014 @ 2:34p) |

I would give you an answer if there were any

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YMMV please

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Nice find! There's one near me, but not in my budget at the moment =(

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$1099 In Detroit...

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OOS In Northern Virginia

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I can't find this information anywhere.  If used as a 4k computer display, is this limited to 30 hz.?  Or will it allow a more desirable, 60 hz.?

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Thank you OP - the picture on this set is amazing. It was a very easy purchase once I saw the TV in the store.
Columbus has 4 left

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just stumbled across this LG/Netflix offer ... 12 months free ... they accepted my submission, if it stacks on top of the Radio Shack deal, I may be in the clear until the end of 2016 ... thank you OP!
http://www.acbincentives.com/lgnetflix

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yorkie345 said:   I can't find this information anywhere.  If used as a 4k computer display, is this limited to 30 hz.?  Or will it allow a more desirable, 60 hz.?
  I found this site which gives some information about your question. They seem to say that HDMI limits the PC frames per second to 30 Hz.

http://www.displayport.org/4k-ultra-hd/4k-ultra-hd-displays-what-you-need-to-know/ 

Edit: HDMI 1.4 ports can only support 30Hz at 3840x2160 resolution

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The newer model 55UB8500 is on sale for 1499.  The benefit is this one has hdmi 2.0.

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LG might have firmware update or hardware solution this third quarter for the hdmi 2.0 issue.

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No luck in the LG Netflix offer. Any tip for the luck from all those through?

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Nice TV, now if it had a 3.0 HDMI or thunder port it'd be better.

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mjbok said:   The newer model 55UB8500 is on sale for 1499.  The benefit is this one has hdmi 2.0.
  Where are you seeing this price?

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Out of stock in California

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blueribb said:   
yorkie345 said:   I can't find this information anywhere.  If used as a 4k computer display, is this limited to 30 hz.?  Or will it allow a more desirable, 60 hz.?
  I found this site which gives some information about your question. They seem to say that HDMI limits the PC frames per second to 30 Hz.

http://www.displayport.org/4k-ultra-hd/4k-ultra-hd-displays-what-you-need-to-know/ 

Edit: HDMI 1.4 ports can only support 30Hz at 3840x2160 resolution

  And how much are the HDMI2.0 Nvidia cards going for these days?

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Thanks, OP!

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In the store.  I took a picture of the price card if you want it.

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akbungle said:   
mjbok said:   The newer model 55UB8500 is on sale for 1499.  The benefit is this one has hdmi 2.0.
  Where are you seeing this price?

  I guess it helps if I actually reference the post I'm referring to.  The Columbus MC had the newer version in stock at 1499.

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Does Fry's carry this model? Fry's claims to price match online as well as B&M prices.

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mjbok said:   
akbungle said:   
mjbok said:   The newer model 55UB8500 is on sale for 1499.  The benefit is this one has hdmi 2.0.
  Where are you seeing this price?

  I guess it helps if I actually reference the post I'm referring to.  The Columbus MC had the newer version in stock at 1499.

  Here is the picture.

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mistadeal said:   
blueribb said:   
yorkie345 said:   I can't find this information anywhere.  If used as a 4k computer display, is this limited to 30 hz.?  Or will it allow a more desirable, 60 hz.?
  I found this site which gives some information about your question. They seem to say that HDMI limits the PC frames per second to 30 Hz.

http://www.displayport.org/4k-ultra-hd/4k-ultra-hd-displays-what-you-need-to-know/ 

Edit: HDMI 1.4 ports can only support 30Hz at 3840x2160 resolution

  And how much are the HDMI2.0 Nvidia cards going for these days?

  I would give you an answer if there were any
 

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