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Posted · Original PosterOP

ive been looking into a monitor to pair with a 2080 ti and the Acer Nitro XV273K popped up. I've been reading reviews and i find a lot of conflicting info about backlight bleed. 

is it as bad as everyone makes it sound? 


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backlight bleed is going to bother you as much as it will bother you. I can't deal with it so I use oled phones.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Jumballi said:

backlight bleed is going to bother you as much as it will bother you. I can't deal with it so I use oled phones.

i was asking if it is a particular problem on this monitor


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13 minutes ago, scuff gang said:

i was asking if it is a particular problem on this monitor

I think it's a problem with all IPS monitors atm.

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IPS glow is something native to the IPS technology. Some panels experience a higher amount some a lower, but it also varies from one monitor to the other even between same models. Similar to panel uniformity on VA panels or bad viewing angles on TN.

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This is a very good high end monitor,  IPS bleeding are minimal, i myself own a 4k IPS HDR monitor and when the screen is black you can notice some very small bleeding,  i don't know how but they go away when viewing from a different angle. 


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11 hours ago, scuff gang said:

ive been looking into a monitor to pair with a 2080 ti and the Acer Nitro XV273K popped up. I've been reading reviews and i find a lot of conflicting info about backlight bleed. 

is it as bad as everyone makes it sound? 

https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/acer_nitro_xv273k.htm#uniformity

 

While they mention that BLB isnt an issue, they also say Uniformity is dog sh*t with parts of the screen being 40% of the center of the screen target value.

 

it is however a IPS display so your going to have some amount of IPS glow.

 

Also make sure understand some issues this display has in regards to bandwidth.

 

It runs DP 1.4, u can do 120hz 4k 8bit 444 chroma ...u can NOT do 120hz 4k 10bit 444chroma.

you CAN do 144hz 4k 10bit 444chroma using DUAL DP, but can NOT then use Freesync/gsync.

 

The BFI the display has, which they call VRB, has issues with strobe crosstalk.


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