AOC releases high-performance monitor AG273QZ with QHD, HDR, 240 Hz and 0.5 ms MPRT

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    buhehe Master Guru

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    That's a lot of money for a TN panel
     
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    IchimA Maha Guru

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    Sir , that's Next-gen TN panel :D
     
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    fantaskarsef Ancient Guru

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    Reminds me of a few years ago, when the first 120Hz gaming screens came out, and I waited for an IPS / VA panel with the same specs than TN. Will come around sooner than later anyway, for those who want to wait.
     
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    Acer XF270HUA.
    27 inches, 8bit, 2560x1440, 144Hz, Freesync, IPS panel, 429 Euros.
    Acer XG270HUA is the GSync variant, I think with 165hz iirc.

    I own it. Besides little BLB it's absolutely fine.
     
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    This is why I preordered the Eve Spectrum 2560x1440 IPS Oxide 240Hz


     
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    Lenovo Legion Y27q-20 , 10 bit true IPS panel (not the fake AH-IPS that most use now..) 98% DCI-P3 coverage, 165hz native, Freesync, HDR - 450 euro.

    Borrows the panel from LG's enigmatic (as in not found in stores ) 27GL850 panel and improves on it.
     
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    Well you were later to the party then me, I bought the XB270HU, which was way more expensive, 144Hz, but released a year or two earlier.
     
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    Wait, I'm a little confused. It's a TN panel but it's also wide color gamut. What the heck? Maybe there is actually something going on with "next gen TN"
     
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    I only find sources saying 8+2bit ... so 8bit + FRC. Personally I dont like FRC, so it is out of my interest. ;)
    And regarding HDR I didnt see it listed anywhere, not even in Lenovo's own manuals. Are you sure about that and could provide a source for your claim?
     

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    I have this monitor (Y27Q-20), its pretty good for my uses.

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    It does show up as 10 but it has to be through Nvidia settings.

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    It also has HDR and its super bright but only at 350 nit so not really ideal if you're looking solely for an HDR display. It also lacks in the dimming/darkening department so thats up to you if you want to use it.

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    It doesn't have a g-sync module like the ViewSonic version but its capable just like the regular LG version.

    It's good, i like it. Since I'm less competitive in games nowadays I sold off my 1080p/240Hz/AW2518H and at 1440p/165/nano-IPS looks pretty good! :D
     
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    While I guess you're right about the HDR thing I am still not sure about the 10bit screen, as this would be the same for 8+2. But anyway ... I dont want to start a fight, not over things I dont own and not over such little cosmetic gimmicks. ;)
     
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    8bit+2 FRC shows up and works as 10 bit, same as 6bit +FRC = 8bit...It's nothing new.
    Back in the day, AH-IPS > IPS , now the user up there compared new IPS (nano IPS) to AH-IPS, and said it's true IPS. Well, it's NEW IPS, IPS is IPS, it's a code for the organization and the way pixel matrix works (In-Plane-Switching = IPS, every IPS, o matter the prefix IS IPS... :rolleyes: )

    to sum it up, I will borrow a snippet from another user in another forum:

    "
    AH-IPS is a sub type of IPS family. In reality there is no "IPS" panel by itself, it's always one of the following variation:

    -> AH-IPS, H-IPS, P-IPS, S-IPS, eIPS (economic IPS), E-IPS (Enhanced IPS), AS-IPS, IPS-Pro or PLS (Samsung version of IPS).
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    They are all true IPS. Nano IPS is not on the list (didn't exist when the list was made ). Feel free to add it.
     
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    S-IPS II, AD PLS (although this is most likely just a PLS rebrand)

    EDIT: And yeah, they're all just variations of "IPS". NANO IPS is not "true" IPS. It's just LG's new version of IPS.
     
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    That's a tough sell. I can get a 34"+, with 100-120Hz@3440x1440, and non-TN in ultra-wide.....or this. I'll take the former for around the same price.
     

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