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10bit, 27inch+, IPS monitor

I'm looking for good monitor for me. I am resident (radiology) so I need something universal with price limit around 1,5k$.

I need true 10 bit monitor with ~350cd/m2 luminance and good uniformity.
Minimum 27inch
DICOM profile is welcome
I also read a lot of books from monitor, I hate text blurring while scroling this make my eyes tired.

EDIT:
8bit+2FRC is fine.

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you know that for 10 bit to actually mean anything you need every component in the chain to also be 10-bit, right? a 10-bit panel with 8-bit hardware will be an 8-bit display. your GPU and your software and your source and your connection and your monitor need to be 10-bit.

Dell U3818DW is true 10-bit but it's a 21:9, curved, and 38"

LG 27MD5KB-B 27" is a true 10-bit 5K panel that's 16:9 and not curved but it only barely fits your budget at $1480.

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Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
you know that for 10 bit to actually mean anything you need every component in the chain to also be 10-bit, right? a 10-bit panel with 8-bit hardware will be an 8-bit display. your GPU and your software and your source and your connection and your monitor need to be 10-bit.

Dell U3818DW is true 10-bit but it's a 21:9, curved, and 38"

LG 27MD5KB-B 27" is a true 10-bit 5K panel that's 16:9 and not curved but it only barely fits your budget at $1480.
I have quadro so 10bit card and RX 580 for any other stuff.

27MD5KB-B is 8bit+2frc
I would like U3818DW (or any ultrawide display) but it is 8bit+2FRC. https://www.anandtech.com/show/11653...rved-3840x1600
On dell forum there is info it is 10bit but they are wrong. Dell display is based on LG panel https://www.lcds-display.com/product...parameter.html LG didn't do any ultrawide display true 10 bit. If that's matter LG stopped making any new panel model with true 10bit from around 2017.
My last display was true 10bit and it broke (uniformity was bad, few bad pixels and I return it on warranty).


I can pay more if there is any good display.
I was thinking about Asus PA32C (not PA32UC) but no reviews and PA32UC is 8bit+frc.

I do not need HDR

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I know its mad expensive but I believe the apple p3 displays are 10 bit. If you can determine who makes the panel (LG or AUoptronics) you might could find an equivalent non apple one. Displayspecifications.com is an amazing site.

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Quote: Originally Posted by brkbeatjunkie View Post
I know its mad expensive but I believe the apple p3 displays are 10 bit. If you can determine who makes the panel (LG or AUoptronics) you might could find an equivalent non apple one. Displayspecifications.com is an amazing site.
For that price you have ultimate EIZO displays with everything and that panel are not present in viewsonic
There is only one (noEIZO/Nec extra tax for name)- HP dreamcolor 32 inch - that monitor have 200cd/m2 - too dark for me.
6016 by 3384 resolution is very special there is no other monitor with that resolution, so no same panel.

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Most monitors are 8bit+FRC, not a true 10bit. When ever you see 10bit on marketing materials of consumer monitors it's almost always 8bit+FRC. It's just marketing and they don't want to say it's 8bit+FRC so they say it's 10bit instead.
8bit is even worse as that may mean it's either 8bit or 6bit+FRC (yuck!).

If you need true 10bit I'm afraid you're in medical territory and this is likely not a place to find such device/monitor. As far as I know these are not cheap, no idea why you would need one considering a hospital etc. would be the one buying such devices in normal circumstances.
Maybe some professional graphical monitors can do true 10bit, but they are never cheap either. EIZO/NEC, maybe some BenQ/HP/DELL, but it will be mixed with their other endless regular 8bit or 8bit+FRC monitors.
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yeah idk, the guy looking @ my radiology the other day (confirming my broken face healed correctly) was most definitely doing it on the same cheap mass production screen everyone else had throughout the facility.

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Do you know good display with 8bit+2FRC?
But uniformity, luminancy and clear, sharp text while scroling is crucial !




Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
yeah idk, the guy looking @ my radiology the other day (confirming my broken face healed correctly) was most definitely doing it on the same cheap mass production screen everyone else had throughout the facility.
That depend of type exam.
MRI 8bit with 200cd/m2 luminance is enough.
CT 10bit with 250cd/m2 is minimum (my room is not dark enought so for mee ~320 is minimum)
Classic X-Ray 10bit, 400cd/m2, with DICOM grayscale profile (diffrent cruve than P3 for example) is minimum.

All of them need great luminance uniformity.

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Quote: Originally Posted by JackCY View Post
Most monitors are 8bit+FRC, not a true 10bit. When ever you see 10bit on marketing materials of consumer monitors it's almost always 8bit+FRC. It's just marketing and they don't want to say it's 8bit+FRC so they say it's 10bit instead.
8bit is even worse as that may mean it's either 8bit or 6bit+FRC (yuck!).

If you need true 10bit I'm afraid you're in medical territory and this is likely not a place to find such device/monitor. As far as I know these are not cheap, no idea why you would need one considering a hospital etc. would be the one buying such devices in normal circumstances.
Maybe some professional graphical monitors can do true 10bit, but they are never cheap either. EIZO/NEC, maybe some BenQ/HP/DELL, but it will be mixed with their other endless regular 8bit or 8bit+FRC monitors.
Hospital won't buy this kind of display to my home. I need to work in home.
I'm looking for good monitor also to work with text. I don't want to blur when scrooling.
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sorry pal, after looking around for ~20 minutes (probably ignorantly) can't find anything that isn't twice your budget.

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