Originally Posted by Radtech51
I wouldn't stress it too much, ISP glow is normal in all these panels to some degree. What matters is how the picture looks to you during normal content viewing, and also don't expect good black levels here.
I recently "updated" from a 4K TV (Sony 43x800d) to one of this toys for desktop and gaming mostly.
My new panel is very good in backlight bleed, barely noticeable using the tests (I had some Months ago another PG348Q for a couple of weeks and the backlight was terrible, specially in upper right corner). Panel uniformity is also very good compared to the TV.
It's a backstep in black levels and contrast indeed, as well as resolution. But handling 4K today demands a lot of power and it's more a disadvantage than anything else for me.
Once you try 100hz gsync panel, you'll never want to go back to 60hz/vsync for gaming. When you are gaming for some minutes, eyes are more sensitive to higher refresh rate and lowest input lag with gsync, keeping good picture quality and colors of IPS panels.Edited by xinelo - 4/27/17 at 1:02am