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I need a second monitor to my ds270 and i see that the prices have gone crazy. Is there another 27 inch Korean monitor that would look similar to the ds270? They would be side to side.

The FIRST FS270YF has a similar casing and would look better next to the DS270 than a Crossover. Matching colors is difficult, you will need to buy a proper colorimeter like an X-Rite Color Munkie or i1 display Pro (Spyders aren't as accurate).
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Ya, I was more concerned about the casing than the screen color. Thanks for the info, I will check it out. I use my primary screen for my video editing and the seconday screen to display my files so color screen matching isn't as important.
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So maybe someone can chime in and educate me on *** i am doing wrong

I have an i1display and using xrite software.

I own two DS270s and my primary monitor always achieves 1195:1 contrast ratio at 130 cd/m2 brightness
my second monitor does 1046:1 and achieves 130 cd/m2 brightness

No matter what i do with the second monitor like changing it to 120cd/m2 to 160 cd/m2 i always come out around 1045:1 in and around that number but nothing lower.

When adjusting my brightness to measure the Cd/m2 it will go from 117-131 but when i calibrate nothing makes a difference to achieve the same contrast ratio

Do you think this is a big difference ? Also when both monitors are calibrated to 130 cd/m2 they both look fine even though the second monitor is 150 lower in contrast level

what do you think?

Forgot to mention i calibrated in the afternoon and the second monitor is closer to the window where light is coming in. I am wondering if that is the issue

will have to wait until dark
Edited by Unrealcpu - 4/4/14 at 12:54pm
post #474 of 505
The contrast difference is either a result of typical IPS panel variance (many of the same monitors vary by 30-40%) or the severity of the corrections (one monitor might have had worse preset color accuracy) the ICC profiling software performed if you made it lower the brightness rather than setting the brightness to your preference and making the software use the native brightness before starting the calibration process.

If both monitors have perfect screen uniformity it might be possible to tell which one has deeper blacks (higher contrast=deeper blacks) in the dark when displaying a black screen.
Edited by MenacingTuba - 4/4/14 at 7:09pm
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i can already tell my first monitor with the higher contrast has a deeper black . A normal person would not notice it as it is very very minute and only a trained eye would be able to tell

going to re-calibrate no with no ambient light in the room
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Did a recalibration and came up with the same contrast ratio for the second monitor. If you notice the second monitor has a slight lighter gray on the right

other than that it is not really noticeable

update

the blacks and contrast is better on the first monitor

its ok though since i use it as my primary display and the second as the extended display

i just used a outer space planet in a black background at 130 cdm2 the primary blacks and color popped more

kinda sucks but oh well at least i only paid 319.00 a piece shipped

the average person would never catch it. In fact the stock settings i personally thought were great until i calibrated . The green is just overwhelming and it is the same thing what NCX reported in his review
Edited by Unrealcpu - 4/4/14 at 10:30pm
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What is the minimum brightness of this monitor ?
post #478 of 505
Okay so right now my screen is opened up to remove the stand, but there is no way this is comming of, the screw inside are pretty much unscrewable... I've tryede everything at this point.. any sugggestions?
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I tested the DS270 I had and man it was impressive, it beat my Samsung S23a700d by 2ms, and that is supposed to have around 10ms, so I would say it is about 8ms give or take, which for a budget IPS panel is really really damn impressive. The ghosting is slightly noticeable to me, but it is still really decent (especially for $300 delivered to your door). The monitor had no dead pixels and had some slight BLB (dunno if you call it that) around the edges, but only on a full black screen (i.e a boot screen). They IPS panels are almost there, I think the next gen of IPS panels should be perfect for competitive gamers.
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Yes, I'm satisfied thumb.gif

Does anyone know if there is a review where they tested real response times and input lag of this monitor(bypass model with only dvi dual-link)? Tnx wink.gif

Yeah tested it man, I would say about 8ms input lag give or take.
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