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What is AMVA+ and how is is different from ips

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AMVA+ is a type of VA panel. It provides better contrast and blacks than most IPS , but generally has both a smaller viewing angle than IPS, and a higher response time.

 

As far as quality goes for the monitor: the panel is very good supporting full 10 bit color so you can view HDR content on it. It also has fantastic color replication with 100% srgb and 75% Adobe RGB. The response time varies but the minimum is 4ms and average is 12ms on this monitor. 

 

Panel info was obtained from: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/045d895

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1 hour ago, HolaImBob said:

I saw this monitor on Amazon and was wondering about the differences between AMVA+ and IPS.

@HolaImBob, I have been wondering about this as well. What do you plan to use the monitor for? Gaming? Photo editing? I've been looking at the smaller 27 FHD one you mentioned. https://www.amazon.com/BenQ-EW3270ZL-inch-2560-Monitor/dp/B06XT58FMC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1534773875&sr=1-1&keywords=benq%2BEW3270ZL&th=1

 

1 hour ago, Warlockben said:

AMVA+ is a type of VA panel. It provides better contrast and blacks than most IPS , but generally has both a smaller viewing angle than IPS, and a higher response time.

@Warlockben, these monitors have much lower dynamic contrast 20 million compared to a lot of monitors I've looked at that have 50-100 million. Is that part of it being an AMVA+ vs IPS as well? Does IPS have better color contrast but AMVA+ have better black contrast? The response times for these BenQs seem on par with most IPS monitors I've looked at.

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1 hour ago, gav6125 said:

@HolaImBob, I have been wondering about this as well. What do you plan to use the monitor for? Gaming? Photo editing? I've been looking at the smaller 27 FHD one you mentioned. https://www.amazon.com/BenQ-EW3270ZL-inch-2560-Monitor/dp/B06XT58FMC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1534773875&sr=1-1&keywords=benq%2BEW3270ZL&th=1

 

@Warlockben, these monitors have much lower dynamic contrast 20 million compared to a lot of monitors I've looked at that have 50-100 million. Is that part of it being an AMVA+ vs IPS as well? Does IPS have better color contrast but AMVA+ have better black contrast? The response times for these BenQs seem on par with most IPS monitors I've looked at.

id be using it for games and movies, its would replace my current monitor ive been using for about 5 years now.

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how does this compare to the HP omen32.

 

All seems very similar.

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AMVA is pretty good for movies because of high contrast ratio. but bad for gaming because of higher response time. For color, it should be as good as IPS since it's a 10-bit display.

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