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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

In order from best to worst in terms of all around performance:

Viewsonic VP2770>Dell U2713HM=Asus PB278Q>Samsung S27A850D>U2713H

It should be noted that most of these monitors have fatal flaws

VP2770
-A few people have reported seeing 2 eraser marks on the display
? Viewsonic is an insanely unpopular brand, not enough people have these to get an idea of how common back-light bleeding and other issues are

U2713HM
-back-light bleeding
-burn-in (using the LCD conditioning program included can get rid of it temporarily)
-matte coating cross hatching issues (google U2713HM cross hatching)

PB278Q
-back-light bleeding
-LED PWM Dimming (google this, LED PWM Dimming only bothers some people)

S27A850D
-back-light bleeding
-out of the box color accuracy is not as good as the others
-drops frames (I know of 4 which drop frames, including mine, not sure if this is a wide spread issue)

U2713H
-out of the box colors are nowhere near as good as the others
-strong green tint
-Wide Gamut (oversaturated and inaccurate colors)
-Colors are only changeable in the Custom Color mode which covers the Adobe RGB color space
-High input lag (at least twice as high as most other 1440p monitors) except when using the Game mode which doesn't have good colors
-Obvious ghosting issues

Ok the Viewsonic VP2770 is the best choice,if i understand,
i just look,it's easy to find it not so far from my place,i'll read a bit more about it,thank you for your help i hope next month i'll be in this nice 1440p and Above Gaming Club (1440p+)
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I updated my last post. Please re-read and don't requote my entire post thumb.gif
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Ok,i went too fast..
thank you
Edited by zed1 - 3/4/13 at 4:27am
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I updated my last post. Please re-read and don't requote my entire post thumb.gif
I remember spotting you in one of the threads discussing about yamakasi 1440p/1600p monitors, and claiming that the 1600p 30 inch panel is indeed 10 bit and will give inaccurate colours. Now, i'm no image nut, and im considering the yamakasi sparta 300 2560x1600, and i'd like to know how severe this color inaccuracy is? I'd like to note that im coming from 3 year old 1080p benq which is pretty damn horrible, so i wouldn't mind as long as the color inaccuracy wouldn't be ridiculously severe.

E: I have not heard of any of the owners really complain about it, nor even notice it, which makes me think it might not matter all that much as long as you aren't doing any professional work with it. Maybe i have not just looked into it enough.
Edited by Fulvin - 3/4/13 at 5:19am
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PB278Q
-back-light bleeding
-LED PWM Dimming (google this, LED PWM Dimming only bothers some people)

You forgot about the PB278Q also have a problem with dead or stuck pixels
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Hey folks.

 

I've been very very busy lately and it seems I will only get even more busy.

 

Therefor I will not have much time to hang around in the forums for a while. At least not as much as I used to.

 

For this purpose, I am thinking of giving this thread to a different user.

 

He/She must be someone on the OP list

also I will not give this thread to the first person who asks for it.

The more messages, the more reps or the longest time member will get it probably.

 

So if anyone interested, please contact me here or via PM.

 

I will not give the decision quickly.

post #3017 of 6172
Tomb Raider.

Pay no attention to the frame rate that was with the default "Ultimate" setting so AA was full force I turned it way down since then seeing as I don't feel you need much on 1440p if any at all and now my frame rate doesn't dip below 70 ( I have it vsync'd at 70 since I've OC'd my monitor to 70)










Edited by Shiftedx - 3/4/13 at 12:25pm
post #3018 of 6172

What kind of pros or cons would you guys list between Asus PB278Q and the Yamakasi Catleap (besides price)

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price is all there is imo between a Korean LG monitor with a different name on it and another branded monitor from korea or taiwan or china or whatever eastern country
post #3020 of 6172
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price is all there is imo between a Korean LG monitor with a different name on it and another branded monitor from korea or taiwan or china or whatever eastern country


Some of our members claim that branded models such as Dell, Asus might have ghosting and higher lag. Is this really the case?

 

Also I am wondering if Dell u2711 is a better monitor than the Asus PB278Q.


Edit : And I wonder if there is quality difference between Dual DVi 1440p or Display Port 1440p.

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