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Rumman

Same panel with difference?

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Is it possible that two monitors are made with same panel (maybe Panda Panel) and they have those different characteristics-

1. One has 1MS response time and other have 4 or 5MS response time (or even 2-3MS response time)

2. Picture quality is not narrowly different.

3. Overall one is good and other one is bad.

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If it is cheap, yes, that might as well be. Of course, every panel is slightly different and none are exactly the same, but on mid-end to high-end panels you'll barely have any differences, and the lower on the scale you go the larger the difference.

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4 hours ago, Rumman said:

Is it possible that two monitors are made with same panel (maybe Panda Panel) and they have those different characteristics-

1. One has 1MS response time and other have 4 or 5MS response time (or even 2-3MS response time)

2. Picture quality is not narrowly different.

3. Overall one is good and other one is bad.

Any given panel will have a maximum performance.

 

How that panel performance when built into different model displays however is determined by the manufacture of the display and how the 'drive' the panel.

Firmware dictates how it performs up to its maximum potential. This is why u can alter 'overdrive' modes to change the performance of the pixel response times for example. The default color accuracy is also determined by the display manufacturer, the display 'can' be as accurate as the panel can possibly perform but only if the manufacture bothers to calibrate it. Most 'average' consumer monitors (including gaming ones) are not well calibrated out of the box, so they can and will look different even if 2 different Monitor models use the same panel

 


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