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post #61 of 136
After playing RE7 on my TV with HDR turned on, I can't be bothered spending money on a normal 8-bit panel again.

Another nice upgrade would be 4k and skipping 1440p, but I'm not sure I could even force myself to blow $2000 like that. Hopefully the Samsung CHG75 is under $1000 and I'll probably buy it if the backlight dimming is any good. It seems to work decent on my Samsung KS8000 considering it's edge lit.
Edited by Shaded War - 4/22/17 at 4:39pm
post #62 of 136
Prices gone wild, rooaaar !
post #63 of 136
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After playing RE7 on my TV with HDR turned on, I can't be bothered spending money on a normal 8-bit panel again.

Another nice upgrade would be 4k and skipping 1440p, but I'm not sure I could even force myself to blow $2000 like that. Hopefully the Samsung CHG75 is under $1000 and I'll probably buy it if the backlight dimming is any good. It seems to work decent on my Samsung KS8000 considering it's edge lit.

How u find this post ?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1628337/samsung-2017-monitors-shg50-ch711

I still think upcoming CHG70 / 75 will be 1440p VA HDR QD . If anything else happened reverse this , i'll be sad .
post #64 of 136
Next one



Dell UP2718Q
  • 27 inch
  • 3840x2160
  • 10-bit
  • HDR10 1000nits
  • 100% of Adobe RGB, 97.7% of DCI-P3, 76.9% of Rec.2020
  • MSRP $1.999, release May 23rd

No info on panel, but I suspect it's 60Hz IPS-type with FALD. (the Panasonic panel only comes in 31'')
Not sure how this wants to compete with the 144Hz G-Sync versions at that price. But it got the advantage of early release, since it's already out in 1 month.
post #65 of 136
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No info on panel, but I suspect it's 60Hz IPS-type with FALD. (the Panasonic panel only comes in 31'')
Perhaps there could be other super IPS panels being made. I mean, when Panasonic announced the tech last year, they said it could be used with existing IPS panels and manufacture lines. It'd be pretty neat to see more HDR10 capable IPS monitors at affordable prices in the near future.

Either way, thanks for the info!
    
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So if the Samsung CHG75 is just the G-sync version of the CHG70, can we assume it has the curve from the photo?

It shows the 31.5" version but I'm more interested in 27" which wasn't pictured. I really hope it isn't, because curved TV's in 16:9 format look stupid and I don't imagine it would be better on a standard widescreen monitor.
post #67 of 136
CHG70 is a TN. At least it seems to be. Asus PG27VQ uses a curved 1440p 144hz quantum dot panel (presumably the same panel) and it's TN.
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CHG70 is a TN. At least it seems to be. Asus PG27VQ uses a curved 1440p 144hz quantum dot panel (presumably the same panel) and it's TN.

Quantum Dot HDR TN ?! Very weird if true.

If VA I'll consider getting one if price is decent (27")
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post #69 of 136
seems so...

https://www.monitornerds.com/asus-pg27vq-preview-latest-1440p-g-sync-monitor-with-1800r-curve/

and it wouldn't be anything amazing, S25HG50 is a TN.

http://displaysolutions.samsung.com/business-monitor/detail/1114/S25HG50

looks like new generation of Samsung panels = TN.
post #70 of 136
If Samsung's 1440p quantum dot panels are TN, then that is pretty crappy. I was hoping they had a 10-bit VA panel in them considering all their higher end TVs do.

I already have a Samsung KS8000 with a 10-bit VA panel, and I refuse to buy something lower quality than my TV at this point. After playing several HDR games from my PC, I can't go back to anything lesser. Playing a few hours of a game on a 10-bit panel then going back to a 8-bit panel makes me cringe at the lack of color depth and contrast.

I just need a monitor with the same specs as the Asus PG27UQ but with 1440p and possibly without FALD if it helps drive cost to around $1000.
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