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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by cracker;12336103 

Whilst the panel on the U2211H/U2311H is 6 bit, the colour reproduction is still superb (as noted by all reviews), better than any TN. So kyle-reece, you're kind of making a big deal out of it as unless you absolutely need true 8 bit, most people won't notice the difference.

Last i checked temporal dithering caused a grainy appearance in greys and whites...
some of the biggest non-glow problems people have with the U2311H are related to grainy whites and greys BLAMING IT ON THE AG COATING!
lots of people have indirectly complained about the dithering mistaking the grainy appearance on light colours as being the AG coating rather than the dithering.

I'm not making a big deal, i'm simply undoing all the misinformation that has been circulating lately.
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post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by kyle-reece View Post
Last i checked temporal dithering caused a grainy appearance in greys and whites...
some of the biggest non-glow problems people have with the U2311H are related to grainy whites and greys BLAMING IT ON THE AG COATING!
lots of people have indirectly complained about the dithering mistaking the grainy appearance on light colours as being the AG coating rather than the dithering.

I'm not making a big deal, i'm simply undoing all the misinformation that has been circulating lately.
See my revised post/last post.
Edited by AsAnAtheist - 2/10/11 at 12:42pm
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post #13 of 19
I recommend the U2311H, there is a reason why I bought it!

Just to clear up some myths:
-There is no ghosting in games or anything else.
-The font size is fine and easily readable.
-If you go in a completely pitch black room, turn to a completely black screen, and look though a magnifying glass you might find some backlight bleed, notice I said might, as I haven't seen any myself so far.
-I can agree with the guy above me, there is no graininess.
-It is true that all IPS monitors are 8 bit.
-The coating does nothing to the picture quality.

EDIT: Looks like 6 bit IPS panels do exist, but I can't be sure as my source is another forum post.
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post #14 of 19
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my own U2211H does not have this graininess you speak off,
and that further backs up my point that it is dithering rather than AG coating that the majority of the complaints are about, seeing as some people are more sensitive than others to dithering and that AG coating is pretty much a static thing.

TNs will be less noticeable with dithering because they have faster response times, hence why less people complain about TN dithering.

yep i think that pretty much covers everything from your post...with the exception of your supreme ignorance in thinking that IPS panels can't come in 6bit form.
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Nano56 would you care to post the pixel pitch of your monitor? (or just the resolution and size, i see 17" in your sig but without resolution that aint gonna help much here)
from there you can compare the pixel pitch to the pixel pitch of 1920X1080 at 21.5"(0.2479mm) and 23" (0.2652)
the bigger the pixel pitch the bigger your pixels (and therefore text will be), but if its too big it may seem less sharp to you. if it's too small then text may be difficult to read.
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See my revised post/last post.
Edited by AsAnAtheist - 2/10/11 at 12:43pm
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post #17 of 19
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Unless you can point me to a 6 bit IPS panel, from my understanding NONE have ever been manufactured and according to a few sources it is part of the design, the same way TN panels cannot be 8 bit and must be dithered to 8 bit.
Really man you should go do some research.

LET AGAIN I WILL DIRECT YOU TO LGs SPECSHEETS!
their e-IPS panels are 6 bit.
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post #18 of 19
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LET AGAIN I WILL DIRECT YOU TO LGs SPECSHEETS!
their e-IPS panels are 6 bit.
Sigh I just reviewed the specs sheets, they have been revised.
Seems you are correct and the bastards basically dumbed down the IPS to 6 bit, how I am not even sure. Slimy buggers.
How interesting that they would do this, no matter I do not like false advertising and Dell will hear this from me.
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post #19 of 19
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i ordered the u2311h an hour after i posted, sorry everyone here who has been posting haha. and thats interesting that its a 6 bit. im sure it wont bother me much though.
    
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