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400 cd/m² TN or 350 cd/m² ips panel?

MasterRaceMcqueen
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There's no legitimate reason to ever choose a TN panel over anything else if you can afford it. The response time isn't even a selling point anymore thanks to Samsung Quantum Dot VA panels.

 

 

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Personally I'd never pay that much for a 1080p TN panel.

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from my experience, beyond 250cd/m² is too bright, you will turn the brightness down anyway.

 

I'm using Samsung Quantum Dot and the colour quality is clearly better than TN or IPS, but too bad it doesn't have G-sync.

 

I used TN, VA, and IPS before, and I would stay away from TN because I'm sick of washed-out colour.

 

If you only have that 2 choices, get AOC, since it's IPS and 1440p. imo Asus 240hz is unnecessary and 165hz is already overkill.

 

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5 minutes ago, Untitled said:

from my experience, beyond 250cd/m² is too bright, you will turn the brightness down anyway.

 

I'm using Samsung Quantum Dot and the colour quality is clearly better than TN or IPS, but too bad it doesn't have G-sync.

 

I used TN, VA, and IPS before, and I would stay away from TN because I'm sick of washed-out colour.

 

If you only have that 2 choices, get AOC, since it's IPS and 1440p. imo Asus 240hz is unnecessary and 165hz is already overkill.

 

Quantum Dot VA 1080p free-sync maybe? 

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1 minute ago, MasterRaceMcqueen said:

Quantum Dot VA 1080p free-sync maybe? 

I thought you want G-sync?

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Just now, Untitled said:

I thought you want G-sync?

Maybe vega beat the 1080... so...

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Do you actually use max or near-max brightness on your monitors, where this would actually matter? If this is a home setup, try adjusting the lighting in your room to not wash out everything.

 

btw given how perception of light works and those figures, that is a fairly small difference anyway perceptually and very unlikely to be a really distinguishing factor even if you do run max brightness

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Just now, MasterRaceMcqueen said:

Maybe vega beat the 1080... so...

then buy vega first..

btw I never turn on the sync and I don't have any problem with it. 

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Unless you use your monitor at max brightness and in sunlight, you don't need to worry about cd/m^2.

The type of panel is much more important, and TN sucks.

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