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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 10:57 AM - Thread Starter
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Gigabyte teasing a 10-bit 27" 1440p 144Hz IPS panel

https://www.techpowerup.com/251152/g...or-at-ces-2019

Maybe using the new LG panel?

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Probably using the Innolux panel.
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Since it's 10bit marketed I would guess Innolux same as XV272U.

The LG could as well be a Q4 2019 product.
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Q3 2019......


I hope that's not true.
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We have AUO old, AUO frameless, INNOLUX 125% srgb panel and LG nano ips panel so far.
Right now, only AUO and Innolux are out in the wild

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First proper review online by hardware.info.
https://nl.hardware.info/reviews/899...tion-conclusie
Just use google translate.

Another FreeSync monitor with bad response times, without adaptive OD (but hey atleast OD works and is adjustable with FreeSync) and useless RGB.

Acer, disappointment.
Gigabyte, disappointment.
Asus refresh, MIA?
LG, the last hope? (Although their FreeSync monitors seem to have high input lag for no reason...)

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It seems all those Innolux panels have severe problems with backlightbleed.

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Anyone knows which panel is used by Razer for the Raptor 27 1440p 144hz display announced at CES? Probably Innolux as well?

Also for the LG 27gl850, it is not very clear if it will be actually gsync or if it will be only part of the list of Gsync compatible screens supported by Nvidia. They just mention « gsync compatible » in the specs.

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ASUS has the refresh out, and I think it's with AUO "frameless" aka what Acer has been using for years the AUO M270DAN2.6. It's on rtings.

I've made a thread to track all the monitors and reviews here: https://www.overclock.net/forum/44-m...r-options.html
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funny how the 4K standard came generations ago according to NV & AMD, but here we are, years later, still struggling to get decent 1440p panels.
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