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Philips 328E1CA 31'5 4K 60(75)Hz

Want to buy this monitor. What do you think?


VA LCD
W-LED
31.5 inch
Anti-Glare, 3H, Haze 25%
1500R curvature
3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz
4 ms (Gray to Gray)
Brightness 250 cd/m²
Contrast ratio (typical) 2500:1
A-Sync
No HDR

$419

https://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/328E...color/overview
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That's a 60hz panel, not 75hz.

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it can not be overclocked?
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It's still a 60hz panel and getting one that can do 75hz is still playing the silicon lottery like OCing anything else.

getting more than ~10% over the default refresh rate is unlikely anyway. my old 16:10 60hz panel had issues at anything above 60hz, my current 2nd 60hz 16:9 monitor only goes to 66hz, and my 144hz primary only goes to 145hz.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Ayame77 View Post
Want to buy this monitor. What do you think?
  • VA LCD
  • W-LED
  • 31.5 inch
  • Anti-Glare, 3H, Haze 25% How much matte is that? If it's semi glossy then Otherwise
  • 1500R curvature Kill it with fire.
  • 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz 2160p 60Hz
  • 4 ms (Gray to Gray) Don't mean a thing. Just like 99% of VA panels it will have about 20-40ms time to get out of blacks depending on quality of panel and OD.
  • Brightness 250 cd/m² Low but usable.
  • Contrast ratio (typical) 2500:1 Low for a VA.
  • A-Sync
  • No HDR No HDR input... some want it, but on an SDR display like this it's more of a gimmick really. Still it's a nice to have in case some game has better tonemapping in it's HDR mode.
  • $419 That's steep for those specs.

OC of a monitor doesn't really have anything to do with the display, it doesn't care if you drive it slower or faster, it's the electronics that have a bandwidth and processing limit, it's nothing more than a system on a chip a CPU+storage so same as your computer it has limits of how much it can process. Sending 4k60 is a lot of data so those controllers used in monitors are often at their limit. Similar how 1440p144 only max out at 165 or so, because the controller/input boards are the limit. You can drive any panel out the wazooo to 480Hz if you want to with proper electronics but they ain't cheap nor easy to get etc. That's why many devices may have 1080p120, 4k60 mode for example because both fit into the bandwidth and processing limits.

Sure panel can't refresh infinitely fast so driving it beyond it's transition speed is quite pointless but most panels are sub 10ms. That's 100Hz. We are only stuck at 60Hz because electronics boards sold are stuck there and so are DP/HDMI outputs evolving slowly in terms of bandwidth an Async support enforcement.

Would not touch it with a 10ft pole.
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There are probably better options out there if you want a 32 inch 4k VA. You can check out some options from LG, AOC, or Samsung. I wouldn't touch a 32" IPS panel with a 10 ft pole unless it has Mini LED FALD otherwise it's going to be a craptastic glowfest. As for TN, well I don't now why anyone would bother with a 32" version of that even if it did exist. And of course OLED is out of the question for consumer grade monitors.

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Glow highly depends on panel maker, not all IPS glow as horribly as other. AUO 27" glows like mad, so did glow a lot LG 24".
But yes 32" is a stretch even for IPS with this size's larger viewing angles. But maybe the pro"ish" grade 32" IPS do manage it better.
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