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Originally Posted by xg4m3 View Post

What do you guys think of Eizo Foris FG2421 or Foris FS2414 ?

Purpose: gaming, graphic design, movies, PS3 and PS4
I know that IPS would be best for graphic design, but that FG2421 seems like a better monitor overall, even though i wont have any use of 240Hz overclock.

(I'm still considering 24" monitor if PG279Q and XB271HU fail, so i want to be prepared biggrin.gif)

The FG2421 is a good choice if you're willing to drop the money it's asking for. I would also buy new just incase you get a dud and can get a no hassle exchange from someone like Amazon. It's a 120hz monitor with the 240hz just being interpolation which inserts a black frame between real frames to make the image appear to flow smoother. The new 1440p 144hz IPS monitors wont "fail" they'll be really similar to the xb270hu, same panel with slightly higher top end hz. All the characteristics of backlight bleed and IPS glow will surely be there, with backlight bleed being the only thing that you can avoid if you get lucky since the glow is just inherit to the panel technology and they surely won't be using A-TW polarizers to combat it.
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post #12 of 22
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If you want nice blacks on an LCD monitor your only choice is a VA monitor. IPS monitors do indeed have poor blacks that can be considered greyish by some.

If you are in EU then you can take a look at these http://www.amazon.co.uk/BENQ-DISPLAY-24IN-1920X1080-GW2470H/dp/B0157V5XC6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1443999379&sr=8-1&keywords=gw2470h

They've only recently been releases and are within your budget. They aren't adjustable though but come with VESA mounting holes so you can get a stand and mount the monitor and adjust it from there as much as you want.
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Disagree. VA monitors may indeed have better (measurable) contrast ratios over IPS/PLS but its an area of diminishing returns once you go over 1000:1. My monitors have a black reading of 0.12-0.14 cd/m2 which is way more than sufficient to give me inky jet blacks. VA monitors perhaps go as low as 0.05-.07 cd/m2... woopdie do. Past 1000:1 contrast ratio or below 0.12 black cd/m2, look towards color accuracy and overall monitor performance as main criteria.
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Well, that might not be the best advice since not many people agree with that. Hence why nobody would dare release a 1000:1 HDTV, it just looks washed out next to a decent VA screen. There's a very noticeable difference between 1000:1 and 3000:1, and 0.12 cd/m2 and 0.05 cd/m2. Hell there is a very noticeable difference between your typical 3000:1 VA screen and an average plasma screen (7000:1?). Color accuracy is important up to a point, and a VA screen will be in more need of calibration than IPS, but that's always something you can do later.
i just saw a new released model by Dell UP2516D
i was deciding between U2515H and U2415 . which is better for gaming ? i know you mentioned H aspect ratio of 16:9 could be better for gaming . but U2415 : 1920x1200/6ms/IPS
and U2515H : 2560x1600/8ms/ AH-IPS
which would be better one have higher resolution but higher response time and AH ips.
and should i be waiting for UP2516D ?
thanks

and another question i heard people saying some VA panels are better . for gaming and internet browsing should i stick with IPS or VA ?
post #13 of 22
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i just saw a new released model by Dell UP2516D
i was deciding between U2515H and U2415 . which is better for gaming ? i know you mentioned H aspect ratio of 16:9 could be better for gaming . but U2415 : 1920x1200/6ms/IPS
and U2515H : 2560x1600/8ms/ AH-IPS
which would be better one have higher resolution but higher response time and AH ips.
and should i be waiting for UP2516D ?
thanks

and another question i heard people saying some VA panels are better . for gaming and internet browsing should i stick with IPS or VA ?

I don't think those Dells are meant for gaming given the listed response time (which is always close to the minimum response time, not average).

You should avoid 16:10 because you have gaming consoles. I would go with the Eizo Foris FG2421. The really deep blacks and amazing 5000:1 contrast ought to make it outstanding for entertainment purposes, and it's pretty fast for a VA panel. Later on down the line you may want to calibrate it if you want to improve the color accuracy, and then you can use ReShade TuningPalette to get outstanding color accuracy in games.
Edited by boredgunner - 10/9/15 at 10:18am
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I don't think those Dells are meant for gaming given the listed response time (which is always close to the minimum response time, not average).

You should avoid 16:10 because you have gaming consoles. I would go with the Eizo Foris FG2421. The really deep blacks and amazing 5000:1 contrast ought to make it outstanding for entertainment purposes, and it's pretty fast for a VA panel. Later on down the line you may want to calibrate it if you want to improve the color accuracy, and then you can use ReShade TuningPalette to get outstanding color accuracy in games.
really i thought response time dont really matter that much i dont know.
so u would suggest eizo foris ?
because the dell monitor i listed. it seems very favorable to alot of people . including gamers.
not sure i could be wrong though
post #15 of 22
For the price of the eizo foris, you can get a 27" display like the asus mg279q (an IPS 144hz display). The eizo is too pricey imo for a 24".
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post #16 of 22
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For the price of the eizo foris, you can get a 27" display like the asus mg279q (an IPS 144hz display). The eizo is too pricey imo for a 24".
is eizo a good brand ? my country doesnt have that brand maybe i cant order and ship it back.
what do you think about asus mg279q ?
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Ever thought about those 1080p ultra wides? Not sure how they'd handle a console, or their price range in your country. Still, I'd check them out.
     
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Ever thought about those 1080p ultra wides? Not sure how they'd handle a console, or their price range in your country. Still, I'd check them out.
im not using console. going to use my desktop PC to game. would it change any of your suggestions ?
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im not using console. going to use my desktop PC to game. would it change any of your suggestions ?

Here, these Acer's are IPS/Glossy. They come in 21.5", 23", and 27". They're all 1080p.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009483


I have two of the 21.5" that I caught on sale for $120 hooked up to my ol'ladys computer. Really love the look of them. The glossy screen also makes everything really pop. Maybe not a great idea for twitch gaming because of the naturally higher response time of IPS. Still, worth looking at if you're interested in a glossy IPS on the cheap.

My main complaints about them are no height adjustment and they dont have VESA mounts on the rear. This is for the 21.5", not sure if the larger ones can be mounted.

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Here, these Acer's are IPS/Glossy. They come in 21.5", 23", and 27". They're all 1080p.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824009483


I have two of the 21.5" that I caught on sale for $120 hooked up to my ol'ladys computer. Really love the look of them. The glossy screen also makes everything really pop. Maybe not a great idea for twitch gaming because of the naturally higher response time of IPS. Still, worth looking at if you're interested in a glossy IPS on the cheap.

My main complaints about them are no height adjustment and they dont have VESA mounts on the rear. This is for the 21.5", not sure if the larger ones can be mounted.

I wouldn't get those monitors simply because they use a glass slab over the monitor which causes for much worse glare and reflections than a normal glossy coating on a monitor.
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