Since no one is starting a thread for this I might as well then.
Please post links to decent reviews of monitors launched in 2019 often with new 1440p 144Hz+ panels, from Innolux, LG, ...
Acer VG270U - AUO M270DAN2.x? Innolux? (apparently both depending on luck/date of manufacture, although quality and response is likely very similar anyway) - ?
Acer VG271U - Innolux? - ?
Acer VG272U - LG? - ?
Acer XV272U - Innolux - blurry
Asus PG279QE - ? - ?
Asus PG279QR - ? - ?
Asus PG279QZ - AUO M270DAN2.x? - ?
Asus VG27AQ - AUO M270Q008 V0 (V002) - ? - strobed Async
BenQ EX2780Q - ? - ?
- LG 27GL850 panel with different backlight - supposedly not an issue = neutral
Gigabyte AD27QD - Innolux M270KCJ-K7B - ?
Gigabyte FI27Q - ? - ? (supposedly a replacement for AD27QD with 165Hz native, this could be the newer revision Q3 2019 AUO panel, or they raise the refresh limit in their firmware of AD27QD and give it a new model number)
- LG nano IPS (wider gamut) - ?
LG 27GL83A - LG IPS (sRGB) - ?
Pixio PX7 Prime
- Innolux - ? - US only
ViewSonic XG270QG - LG nano IPS (wider gamut) - ? (expensive because Gsync module locked down to Nvidia only for Async)
ViewSonic VX2758-2KP-MHD - ? - ?
27" Innolux panel so far is reported to be slower than the older AUO M270DAN2.x response time wise, as far as I saw from limited user reports it's again blurry on Acers thanks to Acer's copy+paste of old firmware issue and BLB was a lottery but there do seem to exist pixel defect + BLB free units of Innolux in Acers.
Dell S3220DGF - looks like Samsung HG70 panel to me - ?
- Samsung? - ?
Dell S2719DGF - AUO M270DTN01 - ?
Lenovo Legion Y27gq
- AUO - ?
Viotek GFT27DB - ? - ?
I make no promises to maintain this thread and OP up to date. If you make a mess in the posts below you will get a mess.
Try and post mostly links to decent reviews and announcements so that those looking for newer monitors can browse and easily see.
Monitors should be available at least on US or EU market, products available and sold only in Asia are not relevant to most people on OCN.
Some monitors are already in shops while other are only announced. You have to check by yourself at your time in your region and shops.
Review sites to monitor:
By decent I mean that it's more than a marketing spiel copy/paste and actual work and measurements have been done by the reviewer to include brightness range, contrast, response time, viewing angles, BLB+glow shots, anything useful.
If you know some other nice review sites for monitors, or video channels, PM me a link and I will try add them to the list above. It's an example list of sites I know about, post links to any review site, it's a helper list not a these sites only list.
Monitor compatibility with GeForce cards:
Gigabyte Aorus AD27QD