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I'm looking for a good monitor to make advertising graphics. I prefer a glossy screen, even without front glass. The AH-IPS seemed more powerful. What do you think of the AHVA panels? (Yamakasi q270 jupiter)

More powerful? The AHVA panels like the Yamakasi Jupiter are matte and no one has reviewed one, yet.

Input delay/input lag is the delay between the display and keyboard/mouse or controller. If you did not research your current display before buying it, the small delay the multi-input monitors have likely won't be a problem.
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More powerful? The AHVA panels like the Yamakasi Jupiter are matte and no one has reviewed one, yet.

Input delay/input lag is the delay the delay between the display and keyboard/mouse or controller. If you did not research your current display before buying it, the small delay the multi-input monitors have likely won't be a problem.

I suppose that AH-IPS panels are more powerful than S-IPS panels. Even the shape of the individual pixels look better than the AH-IPS.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/panel_technologies.htm

I repeat, I want to buy a monitor to make, above all, graphic advertising where is important to have color fidelity, more o less.
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My Yamakasi DS270 model is the one that only comes with a single input and it's DVI-D.
It has 7 control buttons on it, but only three function, one it the power, the other two control brightness, the other four do not work.
I guess Yamakasi could make the DS270 cheaper by not including the electrics that control color and temperature.

I read that Korean monitors with other connections (HDMI, DP, etc.) well as with the DVI-D, are affected by input delay. What is "input delay"?

The "input delay" is something that I barely understand.
I guess you could say the less that is changed in a digital video signal, the less delay there is.
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I suppose that AH-IPS panels are more powerful than S-IPS panels. Even the shape of the individual pixels look better than the AH-IPS.
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/panel_technologies.htm
I repeat, I want to buy a monitor to make, above all, graphic advertising where is important to have color fidelity, more o less.[/quote]

The LG AH-IPS panel seems to offer the best color of any monitor panel.
There are other IPS panels that offer color almost as good as the AH-IPS, and I would assume some of them are cheaper to manufacturer then the AH-IPS (older IPS models)
while others IPS panels are better at overclocking, so they are more desired by FPS gamers.

I would assume a AH-IPS panel with luminosity of 440cd/m2 would offer the best color.
Recommend you use dual link DVI-D for the connection.
HDMI should provide picture quality just as good as DVI-D, but with HDMI you have to have the very latest HDMI versions with the monitor and graphics card for best resolutions.
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post #25 of 28
Guys what model can do 1440p 120 hz ips no glossy max $450
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Guys what model can do 1440p 120 hz ips no glossy max $450

It could be Qnix QX2710. There are matte and glossy versions. But you can read the proper thread in this forum.
post #27 of 28
i Wanna be dure it can do 120 hz
post #28 of 28
There are alternative IPS-like technologies. PLS (from Samsung) and AHVA (AU Optronics) . Haha the first time I heard about AHVA was "QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution ll TRUE10" and I had mistook it as VA technology!
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