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12-22-2019 01:23 PM
animeowns I think the monitor is out of stock now I no longer see the lenovo listed @ there website but the hp 240hz 1440p monitor is still for sale.
11-24-2019 04:47 PM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by nodicaL View Post
Well I put an order through.
Really looking forward to this monitor!
nvm stupid old link
enjoy.
11-24-2019 04:22 PM
nodicaL Well I put an order through.
Really looking forward to this monitor!
10-30-2019 01:30 AM
JoHnYBLaZe Ya so I'm hearing the colors on this thing are A-1

Dammit, if only it was glossy

Another thing bugging me is i'm hearing the gsync module needs a fan, or the monitor has a fan somewhere??

If so...not really liking that one bit
10-20-2019 06:26 AM
CallsignVega
Quote: Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post
Never thought I'd see you backing off from this sort of project. But it's not like I can blame you, lol.
I looked into a suitable gloss film to put over the exposed polarizer, but I couldn't find one. I hate having the polarizer exposed on a pricey display.
10-19-2019 12:14 PM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
I'm actually tempted to remove the film on my Lenovo but at $1,000, I don't think I will. Too risky.
Never thought I'd see you backing off from this sort of project. But it's not like I can blame you, lol.
10-19-2019 07:06 AM
CallsignVega
Quote: Originally Posted by JoHnYBLaZe View Post
LoL I remember when you used to de-matte those old asus 144 hz monitors

Stupid panel manufacturers...

WHERE THE F%&* ARE ALL THE GLOSSY GAMING PANELS...FFS
I'm actually tempted to remove the film on my Lenovo but at $1,000, I don't think I will. Too risky.
10-18-2019 05:20 PM
Malinkadink
Quote: Originally Posted by JoHnYBLaZe View Post
LoL I remember when you used to de-matte those old asus 144 hz monitors

Stupid panel manufacturers...

WHERE THE F%&* ARE ALL THE GLOSSY GAMING PANELS...FFS
LG OLED TV is the best glossy gaming panels, if you can fit a 55" behemoth lol and already have an HDMI 2.1 GPU
10-18-2019 02:03 PM
JoHnYBLaZe
Quote: Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post
A guy over on Blurbusters forum has both the Lenovo and the new LG 27GL850 "nano IPS" 1ms display. He says the Lenovo has the better picture. IMO the Lenovo has the best TN picture I've ever seen.

Really my only major gripe is the aggressive matte "normal" TN AR film.
LoL I remember when you used to de-matte those old asus 144 hz monitors

Stupid panel manufacturers...

WHERE THE F%&* ARE ALL THE GLOSSY GAMING PANELS...FFS
10-18-2019 01:59 PM
MistaSparkul
Quote: Originally Posted by wingman99 View Post
What monitors have 27" 1920x1080p 240Hz with the new TN panels with equal to IPS colors?
1080p? I don't think any of them are wide color gamut, only this 1440p panel is a wide color gamut TN panel.

Quote: Originally Posted by JoHnYBLaZe View Post
Are all new TN panels this good or just lenovo?

Is this panel AUO?
Yes it's an AUO panel and I believe it's the only TN panel to have wide color gamut so far. The other new TN panels are just your standard sRGB only panels.
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