Originally Posted by Fiercy
So no one here is exited for Dell's S2716DG?
I know its a TN but hey its Dell which means less quality issues and it might be a ROG Swift that I have now with HDMI and 0 issues since they had a whole year to hammer down all the defects. I am actually more exited for reviews on this monitor plus its available October 20.
Hmm I'm suspecting it'll use same panel as swift so the antiglare coating will be very strong. Otherwise I'd be quite interested as I'm afraid of IPS glow and BLB more that TN color shift plus 3D is interesting (I assume it will have it).
Originally Posted by Pragmatist
Not aimed at me, but it is an informative post. So, if the PG279Q use the same panel as the XB270HU, shouldn't it have the same response time and signal processing theoretically?
We can see that the XB270HU has lower signal processing than the PG278Q, but is it possible to tell the difference in real use? It would be interesting to know the differences if there are any.
There's also question of implementation - typically monitors with same panel and scaller will have very similar but not 100% same results.
Few ms difference in signal processing should be impossible to detect, most people won't even notice any difference with 30-40ms - unless they are playing some super fast twitch racer like Wipeout for example. Human vision can vary to a huge deal between people.