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post #5801 of 11297
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Originally Posted by LC155 View Post

Can't really argue the pixel structure man. Unless there's a clear difference in the pixel structure of both, then he's right.
Here:
as-ips.png
That's an S-IPS.
h-ips.png
That's a H-IPS.
It's a H-IPS panel, doesn't matter what the sticker says.
More evidence:
ips03.jpg
So is the Catleap considered an IPS-Pro panel or is it one of the older variants?
Edited by NateZ28 - 7/9/12 at 3:09pm
post #5802 of 11297
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Originally Posted by FlashFir View Post

It looks super sharp. You have so many pixels that AA completely disabled on DayZ still looks really good. If I turned off AA on BF3 @ 1080p I noticed it. Turned it off on DayZ @ 1440p? NOPE!

Damn. Well I was hoping to be able to turn off the AA on BF3. How much does AA in BF3 take a toll on the vRAM of the GPU?
post #5803 of 11297
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Originally Posted by FlashFir View Post

It looks super sharp. You have so many pixels that AA completely disabled on DayZ still looks really good. If I turned off AA on BF3 @ 1080p I noticed it. Turned it off on DayZ @ 1440p? NOPE!

Damn. Well I was hoping to be able to turn off the AA on BF3. How much does AA in BF3 take a toll on the vRAM of the GPU?

I ain't the person to ask since I'm the one with 1.2gb VRAM card. tongue.gif fps drop goes down by 8 or so per increase on my rig
post #5804 of 11297
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Originally Posted by NateZ28 View Post

So is the Catleap considered an IPS-Pro panel or is it one of the older variants?

The IPS-Pro is basically the old name for H-IPS, which is the panel that the catleap uses.
post #5805 of 11297
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Originally Posted by Hokies83 View Post

The cat leap is an I-ips panel... it is written on the panel its self.. Unless LG put the wrong product number on every panel which i highly think would not be the case.

Keep saying it all you want, I've seen pictures of the pixel structure, and they match H-IPS. There's nothing more to say, man.
post #5806 of 11297
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Keep saying it all you want, I've seen pictures of the pixel structure, and they match H-IPS. There's nothing more to say, man.

The U2711's panel is 8-bit + A-FRC to simulate 10 bit, whereas the panel in the Apple Cinema Display is an 8-bit S-IPS panel without A-FRC. Same as These Korean monitors

The U2711's panel covers 100% Adobe RGB gamut, whereas the S-IPS panel in the cinema display and these Korean monitors does about 83% of Adobe RGB. Both will do more than 100% sRGB. I shoot all my photos in sRGB so this isn't an issue for me, but if are a graphics/photo professional who needs 100% Adobe RGB coverage then the Dell is still the way to go. However, if you don't know how to properly calibrate your monitor to utilize the full Adobe RGB gamut, then this feature won't do much for you.

LM270WQ1 is an S-IPS panel. Apple / CatLeap

The WQ2 is the H-IPS panel found in the Dell U2711

Seen here http://www.panelook.com/LM270WQ1-SDA2_LG%20Display_27.0_LCM_overview_4999.html

And here http://www.displayblog.com/2011/09/29/apple-thunderbolt-display-lg-display-lm270wq1-v-dell-ultrasharp-u2711-lm270wq2-colors-and-response-times/

681

Seen in page 7 of this thread from are very own forum. http://www.overclock.net/t/1257538/microcenter-now-carrying-the-27-2560x1440-korean-ips-monitors/60

I rest my case...
    
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If it's an S-IPS. It will use the S-IPS pixel structure.

It does not.

Unless you can taker a picture of your Catleap, showing the pixel structure of an S-IPS, then I will continue to associate it with a H-IPS.

Edit: Here's a page for you:

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/content/hazro_hz27wa.htm

Hazro, which is a UK rebrand of the same types of monitors. Notice where it says it uses the "same H-IPS panel as the Apple"
Edited by LC155 - 7/9/12 at 3:36pm
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If it's an S-IPS. It will use the S-IPS pixel structure.
It does not.

Then you got the only one like that then.
    
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Then you got the only one like that then.
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Originally Posted by ToastyX View Post

I took a picture of the pixels on my Catleap:
pixels.png
Looks like H-IPS to me. Pretty much every 23"+ IPS monitor made in the last four years has an H-IPS panel, so why do you insist it's S-IPS?
post #5810 of 11297
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If it's an S-IPS. It will use the S-IPS pixel structure.
It does not.
Unless you can taker a picture of your Catleap, showing the pixel structure of an S-IPS, then I will continue to associate it with a H-IPS.
Edit: Here's a page for you:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/content/hazro_hz27wa.htm
Hazro, which is a UK rebrand of the same types of monitors. Notice where it says it uses the "same H-IPS panel as the Apple"

Apples are S-IPS....
    
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