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    1080p 144hz
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    1440p 60hz
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post #61 of 84
What's the point of going 4k if you're going to use a TN panel? Also, don't expect to do color sensitive work on a TN.

There's more to visual experience then just pixels. With a TN you're basically getting just that. Pixels.
     
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post #62 of 84
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Originally Posted by Chargeit View Post

What's the point of going 4k if you're going to use a TN panel? Also, don't expect to do color sensitive work on a TN.

There's more to visual experience then just pixels. With a TN you're basically getting just that. Pixels.

Wut? I have other TN monitors. Old ones. The 4K TN i have does not suffer any of the ills the older panels have. Zero. I use Adobe. lol

Mine is plug and play. No need to adjust any settings in the monitor. Never had. But it could be the AMD gpu doing its job.

Here I set it to 1440 . . .




Perfect for FPS games.
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post #63 of 84
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

1440p, 120Hz. 'nuff said.

1440p 165hz gsync - 'nuff said
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post #64 of 84
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Okay so I think my choices are between

Samsung UE590 UHD-QHD Monitor U28E590D 28-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

LG Electronics MU67 27MU67 27" Screen LED-Lit Monitor

Dell Ultra HD 4k Monitor P2715Q 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

All 3 are cheaper than the high end gsync monitors
and all are ips to whoever said why would you get TN.
The only way I would get Tn was if it was 4k and around $250

Edit:
From reviews and stuff I am definitely leaning for the 4k Dell to be the best monitor.
I was wondering if anyone in our community is using it and there thoughts on it for work and gaming?
Edited by SoccerNinja - 2/6/16 at 10:25pm
post #65 of 84
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Okay so I think my choices are between

Samsung UE590 UHD-QHD Monitor U28E590D 28-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

LG Electronics MU67 27MU67 27" Screen LED-Lit Monitor

Dell Ultra HD 4k Monitor P2715Q 27-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor

All 3 are cheaper than the high end gsync monitors
and all are ips to whoever said why would you get TN.
The only way I would get Tn was if it was 4k and around $250

Edit:
From reviews and stuff I am definitely leaning for the 4k Dell to be the best monitor.
I was wondering if anyone in our community is using it and there thoughts on it for work and gaming?

You play FPS, so not sure how an IPS monitor will work. We should have a thread about any of those monitors by now. Let me check for you.

Edit: Not sure if it is exactly same monitor. see post # 12 . . .

http://www.overclock.net/t/1526529/dell-p2715q/10

Can't find anything about the other two.
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post #66 of 84
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1440p 165hz gsync - 'nuff said
Does 165Hz refresh rate mean we get about as little blur as in 120hz ULMB mode? Or is 120hz ULMB still gonna produce less blur than 165Hz with no blur reduction?
post #67 of 84
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Originally Posted by Pandora's Box View Post

1440p 165hz gsync - 'nuff said

I'm on my large 4k screen kick right now.





     
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post #68 of 84
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Does 165Hz refresh rate mean we get about as little blur as in 120hz ULMB mode? Or is 120hz ULMB still gonna produce less blur than 165Hz with no blur reduction?

165 Hz on the PG279Q has more blur than 144 Hz due to the higher response times. Simply upping the refresh rate, even to ridiculous levels far behind 165 Hz, will never approach the low level of blur that even 100 Hz ULMB provides (although 100 Hz has other issues) since ULMB and the like basically remove the sample and hold effect.
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post #69 of 84
^^^ lmao beat me to it

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Does 165Hz refresh rate mean we get about as little blur as in 120hz ULMB mode? Or is 120hz ULMB still gonna produce less blur than 165Hz with no blur reduction?

165hz is actually slower than 144hz in response times at least with the PG279Q, not sure about the XB, and 120hz ULMB will therefore remain the best choice in eliminating motion blur.
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^^^ lmao beat me to it
165hz is actually slower than 144hz in response times at least with the PG279Q, not sure about the XB, and 120hz ULMB will therefore remain the best choice in eliminating motion blur.

Will this driver work for the op using those monitors?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1589246/geforce-game-ready-driver-361-75-whql-is-out/20#post_24849327
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