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For games with dark environments, like horror games and such, Dell S2716DG.

For competitive gaming and if you can't maintain 120 FPS, Dell S2716DG.

For everything else, XB270HU. If you are a competitive gamer and can maintain 120 FPS in those games, then it's a tie.

Thanks for your aclaration! thumb.gif
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Do you know this problem?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYk6JZnItnI


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Do you know this problem?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYk6JZnItnI


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What is the issue in this video exactly?
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What is the issue in this video exactly?

Look the wave effect on the ground.


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post #2035 of 4815
That's got nothing to do with the monitor, it's just the texture filtering of the GPU or on GTA V.
post #2036 of 4815
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Do you know this problem?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYk6JZnItnI


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That isn't the monitor causing that issue. I've seen that issue before on my older gtx 970 and 144hz Asus VG248QE. It isn't in any way caused by monitors though, and is the fault of the game.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYk6JZnItnI


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I used this dell only few days and i noticed color shift on Hearhstone, the top of the screen is darker than bottom.
You can detect it easily with cards on your hand and cards played.
BUT It's the same issue with all TN monitors: they have a bad vertical gamma shift.mad.gif
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I used this dell only few days and i noticed color shift on Hearhstone, the top of the screen is darker than bottom.
You can detect it easily with cards on your hand and cards played.
BUT It's the same issue with all TN monitors: they have a bad vertical gamma shift.mad.gif
They sure do. The bigger they get the more noticeable it is.
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I would reckon that one of these 8 bit TNs have better vertical viewing angles at 27" than 6 bit TN that's 24", provided you're sitting 6" further away from a 27" screen than a 24". Still being that its TN it will exhibit those shifts, you at least get no glow, compared to an IPS, and slightly faster response times that equate to an even smoother experience. The color accuracy is very good on these 1440p TNs, but they're masked by an aggressive AG. I'll most likely end up removing the AG coating on this monitor if i do pick it up. I wish it was available locally, the XB271HU is, but $800 is a bit of a tough pill to swallow compared to about $500~ for this.

If the Acer was a guarantee then i would've already gotten one, but we all know that isn't the case. This Dell isn't even a guarantee, but odds are better you get a screen with good uniformity, little to no bleed, obviously no glow, and hopefully no dead pixels. The acer gives you guaranteed glow, probably guaranteed bleed that varies in intensity, as well as still the possibility of debris being sandwiched between the panel and backlight.
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The more i read some the experiences with this monitor here the more im leaning towards the XB271HU even if its more expensive, at least it has good overdrive, no pixel inversion problems, and theres a good chance it wont have a lot of bleed or any that can't at least be helped. The glow will still be there, but after using my 2795QHD for about a month now i really dont get hit with dark enough screens to ever be that bothered by the small amounts of glow. Other than that the Acer will also blow the Dell out of the water in picture quality with its panel and much lighter AG coating.

XB271 has good overdrive for an IPS and only at 144Hz or lower. Compared to the Dell it can't compete in response time. The testufo.com's ghosting / pursuit camera test still blurs on my Acer and was almost perfect on the Dell. When ULMB is enabled there's little benefit to it on the Dell while on the Acer it makes the main image sharp while introducing ghosting after-images. In the full-screen moving photo test ULMB makes the Acer have almost doubled image shadow on the lower part of the panel while the Dell is mostly uniform. This is similar to old BenQ's strobe crosstalk.

I did run both at the same time in clone mode to compare and If you are sensitive to ghosting the Acer will be at a disadvantage (apart from the usual panel lottery of course wink.gif )

I chose the Acer since I seemed to have struck a golden panel and Dell's gamma problems, gamma/colour shifting and the terrible, terrible AG were getting on my nerves.

As a side note I actually found a use for the extreme overdrive setting on my Acer - Diablo III is so dark it's acceptable to improve the response time while making the artefacts almost invisible.
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