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Even if we get IPS Full array we'll still have IPS Glow and a far from ideal Motion Blur even at extreme Overdrive presets on IPS with a gross overshoot rain coming to ruin our gaming experience.

I was seriously considering saving a bit for the 5000$ Dell OLED 120Hz 4K monitor, which is so damn expensive and I might regret that decision when next year we get for half the price way better specs, what I do was wondering thought, if OLED's Pixel Response times are low as 0.1ms, this means we get the Motion Clarity of a TN Panel using Blur Reduction Strobing, but without the side effects of ULMB And the like? because that would just be the cherry on top of the Ultimate Display for the Ultimate Gaming Experience.

I'm all for moving away from IPS also. The Full array TV I have is a VA. No IPS glow. Really good color, high contrast, and deep blacks. Though, VA suffers from worse blur which can be really bad depending. I'd think they could clamp down on this.
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Aren't you mistaking "retention" (traditionally trailing in CRT and Plasma displays) for sample-and-hold blur?

Any tv type that relies on bulbs for pixels is going to suffer from uneven aging. If I bought an OLED I'd give it the old solid color slide break in for 100 hours or so. Hell, I do that with every new screen. When I get a new screen for the first few weeks when I'm not using it I'll run solid color slides.
     
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I'm all for moving away from IPS also. The Full array TV I have is a VA. No IPS glow. Really good color, high contrast, and deep blacks. Though, VA suffers from worse blur which can be really bad depending. I'd think they could clamp down on this.
Any tv type that relies on bulbs for pixels is going to suffer from uneven aging. If I bought an OLED I'd give it the old solid color slide break in for 100 hours or so. Hell, I do that with every new screen. When I get a new screen for the first few weeks when I'm not using it I'll run solid color slides.

VA has worse shadow detail than IPS, limited viewing angles and mediocre responsetimes and often decent amount of blur.

There's no perfect panel, not even OLED..
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All this points that Monitor tech in general is behind GPU tech for at least 5 years! It's so sad...
    
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VA has worse shadow detail than IPS, limited viewing angles and mediocre responsetimes and often decent amount of blur.

There's no perfect panel, not even OLED..

Shadow detail is good on this tv.

Viewing angles are better then this Gsync IPS I have, but, I think the screens coating does harm to my IPS's viewing angles.

*Taken in "Vivid Mode". Easier for me to take pictures of my screen in this mode. You can see it takes a pretty extreme angle for noticeable shifting. Even then, that's way outside of my desktop usage area.





The input lag on this TV's acceptable. A little over 18 ms.

You will notice some blur. These TV's suffer from it worse blur then other VA's from what I've read.

Nope, no perfect display. They're saving that for whatever comes out next. tongue.gif
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The only problem I have with OLED in my phone is how it handles brightness in hard movies. My iPad which is IPS plays fine but on my S6 the blacks kill shadows and increasing brightness its messes up the picture. Could be because of low bitrate but still a problem. Nothing will ever be perfect.
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The only problem I have with OLED in my phone is how it handles brightness in hard movies. My iPad which is IPS plays fine but on my S6 the blacks kill shadows and increasing brightness its messes up the picture. Could be because of low bitrate but still a problem. Nothing will ever be perfect.

OLED can manage to display so many colors, some even display 20 Bit Depth Colors, but I wouldn't be surprised if AMOLED Screens on smartphones are limited to 6 Bit Depth Colors to not murder the performance on 3D applications or whatever multimedia usage is given to the smartphone, the issue you mention with the shadows is a common issue presented in screens that use Dithering, a technique meant to vibrate the pixels to simulate more colors, usually in 6 Bits screens, although you can sometimes see it in higher bit depth screens but is way less common and it's not noticeable after 10 Bits.
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Wow, I didn't know Computer Lounge made useful videos like this.
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Same here.

LED backlighting is causing the Bleed. Not IPS.

IPS doesn't "cause bleed", but neither does LED baclklighting. LED edge arrays are more prone to poor backlight uniformity and bleed, but you can still have an LED backlit monitor with great uniformity and no bleed. Poor build quality/quality control is what "causes" bleed.
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Poor build quality/quality control is what "causes" bleed.

Personally I have stayed away from LED backlighting in favor of CCFL. LED backlighting is not worth the bleed. TN/VA may not have to worry about bleed, but those panels have major cons of their own. Whether its poor color depth or poor viewing angles or blurry/muddy images. IPS looks the best, but only if it doesn't bleed. Which is why I will stick with my U2711 until something better comes out. Hoping for OLED.


As for poor quality that is why you don't buy cheap brands like Asus. Why do I call them cheap? Because Asus doesn't manufacture its own panels. They source most of their panels from Samsung/LG. But the thing is Samsung/LG keep their good QC std passing panels for themselves. They sell the rejected panels(ones that don't pass standards) to Asus and other monitor brands like Acer and the Korean knock-offs.

Which is why in this unboxing video you see they don't QC at all. They can't help it. They only get leftover panels after all.
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TN/VA may not have to worry about bleed, but those panels have major cons of their own. Whether its poor color depth or poor viewing angles or blurry/muddy images.

TN/VA have to worry about bleed just as much as IPS, you had it right the first time. It has nothing to do with the LCD tech, unless you incorrectly label IPS glow as "bleed" (which many people do).
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As for poor quality that is why you don't buy cheap brands like Asus.

These days cheap vs premium brands has very little correlation with QC in my experience. Just look at the HP's Z27x Dreamcolor monitor. That's a pro model that has appallingly bad QC. If you think that avoiding "cheap" brands/models will spare you from the LCD QC minefield, then you're in for a rude awakening. Perhaps you're a little out of touch, seeing as you're still sitting pretty on a U2711 (great monitor), a monitor from a time when LCD monitor QC was still taken seriously. I've been wading through the cesspool that has been the LCD market of the last three years, and I can tell you that things have declined rapidly since the U2711's time. QC is a foreign concept to monitor manufacturers these days, and that includes Dell.
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