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post #21 of 1537 (permalink) Old 11-08-2016, 04:05 AM
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I thought i'd have mine by now, still tied up in customs!

hopefully friday 11th is reasonable ETA frown.gif

I just ordered mine and it has shipped out. Hopefully will get it next week. I did talk with Seller and he confirmed it is a Samsung VA panel.
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So if it's a VA panel.

In theory, the blacks should be so deep, near OLED blacks.

The orange ski jacket in this video will be a nice medium orange, where as on an IPS it looks more yellow.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlDzYIIOYmM

The greens and reds should be less pronounced than on an IPS, but close
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNJdPyoqt8U

The frog, should be more vibrant on IPS. The Lizzard's eye should look more orange on the Microboard, and more yellow on IPS .
The parrot should look deeper red on the IPS.
The greens and turquoise should look more saturated on IPS.

If the difference in minimal, then the microboard has great colors.
If on the other hand the colors are washed out...the micro board is not a good panel.

I have an AMVA and AH IPS screen here, and can tell the difference. I prefer AMVA colors over IPS
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So if it's a VA panel.

In theory, the blacks should be so deep, near OLED blacks.

The orange ski jacket in this video will be a nice medium orange, where as on an IPS it looks more yellow.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlDzYIIOYmM

The greens and reds should be less pronounced than on an IPS, but close
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iNJdPyoqt8U

The frog, should be more vibrant on IPS. The Lizzard's eye should look more orange on the Microboard, and more yellow on IPS .
The parrot should look deeper red on the IPS.
The greens and turquoise should look more saturated on IPS.

If the difference in minimal, then the microboard has great colors.
If on the other hand the colors are washed out...the micro board is not a good panel.

I have an AMVA and AH IPS screen here, and can tell the difference. I prefer AMVA colors over IPS

It did state that it 16.7 million colors, which is 8-bit color so it should be close I would think.
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post #24 of 1537 (permalink) Old 11-08-2016, 05:30 AM
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No-one is mentioning FreeSync range. Hope it's 35-100Hz or something

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No-one is mentioning FreeSync range. Hope it's 35-100Hz or something

I would believe that to be the case.
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are the colours 8+2(dither) or 8+0?

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It's 8bit without dithering and the FreeSync range is 42-100Hz
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Im gonna buy that bad boy in monday smile.gif
make my screen great again.

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