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Doesn't VA have ghosting issue?

Thats what they say but Ive never noticed it on my VN279...I'm not sure its something Im very sensitive to though either.

I will say one thing..id give up that little bit of motion clarity to get the superior black levels the VAs can produce.
Edited by loki993 - 6/29/16 at 5:32am
post #12 of 19
The problem is that what seems to be the ideal monitor in that list is the oled dell. High refresh rate, great tech for colors and response time, good size and resolution for the 1080 Titan and ti that should be out a short time after, but it'll cost you an arm and a leg.
post #13 of 19
Even if it may be a year from now, I'm holding out to at least see the reviews of the 1440p 144hz VA monitors. I really hate the IPS glow and backlight bleed recent IPS monitors have had, so if these don't have massive other problems they will be ideal.
post #14 of 19
You could buy a VIZIO D40u-D1 40-inch 4k Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model)
It´s cheap and has 13.5 ms input lag.
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You could buy a VIZIO D40u-D1 40-inch 4k Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model)
It´s cheap and has 13.5 ms input lag.

I would consider a TV as my monitor if it weren't for the refresh rate. I'm not super picky on response time, etc, but a 60hz screen for my monitor probably wouldn't be ideal. I can always steam stream to my living room TV for controller games, but for mouse and keyboard games where I'd need a new monitor for, I would want it to have a fast refresh rate.
post #16 of 19
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The problem is that what seems to be the ideal monitor in that list is the oled dell. High refresh rate, great tech for colors and response time, good size and resolution for the 1080 Titan and ti that should be out a short time after, but it'll cost you an arm and a leg.

And the have not totally solved that burn in thing...which for a computer monitor is sort of a big deal.
post #17 of 19
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And the have not totally solved that burn in thing...which for a computer monitor is sort of a big deal.

Yeah, I heard that Dell had some special feature to keep it from burning in... but like if you have to announce a special feature that does just that it sounds like the oled tech still isn't past that issue fully. Honestly, for the price they're asking, it just makes sense to wait for it to come out, watch all the user and professional review that come out in the months after, and then pick one up when the price drops.
post #18 of 19
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Yeah, I heard that Dell had some special feature to keep it from burning in... but like if you have to announce a special feature that does just that it sounds like the oled tech still isn't past that issue fully. Honestly, for the price they're asking, it just makes sense to wait for it to come out, watch all the user and professional review that come out in the months after, and then pick one up when the price drops.

I'm assuming the special feature to resist burn-in is the same thing used on plasma. Pixel orbiting. Basically the image on screen moves a little every now and then to avoid something staying too long in one spot. How effective such features are is debatable.
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You could buy a VIZIO D40u-D1 40-inch 4k Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2016 Model)
It´s cheap and has 13.5 ms input lag.

I used one of their M series for a few weeks as my monitor. Issues with it were no 4:4:4 chroma so running above 30Hz made text hard to read and fuzzy @ 60Hz. The screen also suffered from horrible motion blur. Man, like freaking terrible motion blur. Also, I felt like I was drunk driving in games like GTA:V compared to my gaming monitors.
The screen did have really great PQ if you got past the blur, which was hard to overlook when gaming. The M series is above the D so I wouldn't expect better out it. Would not suggest it as a monitor or any tv for that matter. I did keep the Vizio for the bedroom since it's still a pretty nice 4k screen. Just that blur, input lag, and lack of 4:4:4 made it a no go for a monitor.
Edited by Chargeit - 7/9/16 at 10:08pm
     
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post #19 of 19
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I'm assuming the special feature to resist burn-in is the same thing used on plasma. Pixel orbiting. Basically the image on screen moves a little every now and then to avoid something staying too long in one spot. How effective such features are is debatable.

Yeah the TVs use some sort of pixel shifting and I don't think they have a lot of burn in issues. At worst you may get some retention that goes away eventually. Its worse with monitors though because they display a lot more static images than TVs do

I have an OLED TV, Ive been following the tech for some time so I know a thing or 2 about it. I was willing to take the change and early adopt with a TV, Once the LGs got to a reasonable price. I can't with a monitor though, plus I highly doubt the prices will be anywhere close to reasonable for a while.
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