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Well of course they have faster response times THEY ONLY HAVE 262K COLOURS TO GO THROUGH! and colour accuracy hardly matters when you don't even get the full 16.7million colours of RGB...

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post #32 of 39
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Samsung still makes a few VA panels (like the 2333T, which has a 4000:1 contrast ratio) along with BenQ having 4 new VA panels (EW2420 EW2430 VW2420 and BL2400) with 3000:1 contrast ratios.


Well of course they have faster response times THEY ONLY HAVE 262K COLOURS TO GO THROUGH! and colour accuracy hardly matters when you don't even get the full 16.7million colours of RGB...
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marketing fluff for 24 bit colour that all monitors display (2^24).
ya, i was wondering if it was some sort of marketing numbers trick or what. thanks
    
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Also take a look at Dell 2209wa probably best buy
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i would also like

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Well, since he's gone missing, I did a bit of digging and it seems he's correct!

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/news_arc...#colour_depths

"Originally the information available about all these modules suggested that they were true 8-bit displays, supporting 16.7m colours. This was in keeping with traditional S-IPS panels as well... However, recently we have been able to study the detailed LG.Display product datasheets which describe the inner workings of the panels for OEM's looking to use them. We discovered that some of the e-IPS panels are in fact using 6-bit colour depth, with Advanced Frame Rate Control (A-FRC) to produce the 16.7m colours, similar to how TN Film panels operate."

The more you know!

Still, this isn't really a major concern:

"Now this isn't really a massive issue in our opinion. Yes, it might make a difference to some people who are looking for a true 8-bit compatible display, but most regular users would never even notice any difference with panels using modern FRC mechanisms. In fact we saw no adverse affects of this technology when we reviewed some of these monitors either and neither did other review sites. I'm only bringing it up to offer full transparency and for those interested in the detail. I have also updated the relevant reviews with mention of this change."

Edited by Booty Warrior - 2/27/11 at 3:08am
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well, if you cant tell the difference and it makes the response time THAT much better, then i dont think its an issue for me. ill probably be upgrading to a 1920x1080 monitor and i would like to get something better than the TN panels that are around. so i have been very interested in the e-IPS monitors lately. anything will be better than a TN panel, but i also want to play online games and such. i rarely do any video editing, its been months and i believe that was only for a school project. so i just want a nice looking monitor that i can play games on and maybe do some occasional audio/video work.
    
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well, if you cant tell the difference and it makes the response time THAT much better, then i dont think its an issue for me. ill probably be upgrading to a 1920x1080 monitor and i would like to get something better than the TN panels that are around. so i have been very interested in the e-IPS monitors lately. anything will be better than a TN panel, but i also want to play online games and such. i rarely do any video editing, its been months and i believe that was only for a school project. so i just want a nice looking monitor that i can play games on and maybe do some occasional audio/video work.
From my understanding (after reading up on the subject at TFT Central), the only disadvantage of the 6-bit IPS screens is the lack of wide gamut color support. They do however have 100% coverage of the sRGB spectrum, which means they can still accurately reproduce all colors used in graphic design for websites, games, movies etc. Also, as native sRGB displays, they can actually do it better than wide gamut displays in some cases (TFT Central actually rated the U2311H ahead of the U2410 and the HP LP2475W in sRGB color support).

The only time wide gamut really comes into play is with digital photography and printing. So in layman's terms, unless you plan to print and produce physical media there is really no difference in performance.

If the professional reviewers couldn't even spot the difference before seeing the component details, I don't think you have anything to worry about
Edited by Booty Warrior - 2/27/11 at 11:06pm
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yea, thats what im betting on. if they cant see it without the spec sheet, then im probably never going to notice

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Someone said the U2311H uses e-ips, yet where I bought it, it was listed as an H-IPS.
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its definitely eIPS
    
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