Yeh I agree, but I have seen him say that at least 100x lol, I agree that grey is better but I do not find black to be THAT bad, backlight bleed, IPS glow, IPS black levels in general are more of a problem than a grey or black bezel.
Its literally completely pointless having more fans than you need to do the following things :
Get enough new air into the case to feed the CPU + GPU + a bit extra for case temp etc.
Remove that air before it builds up heat in the case and is not re-circulated by the CPU + GPU.
That just shows that they COULD release all 90-100% perfect panels... as the reviewers get cherry picked ones. But they don't and just hope people accept some of these terrible panels I have seen on forums etc.
I got 4/5 first try and 5/5 second try on NAD D1050 + Shure SRH 1540, was not really listening for anything specific except which one sounded more "HIFI"
You cannot really try to listen for "flaws" because the flaws are in the recording and will be there anyway, if you listen for clarity and...
I have not ever had to RMA with Asus before, Are they really that bad? Is Dell better for that sort of thing? Not sure if Dell or Asus is likely to have better quality control, the Asus is £40 cheaper, they both look decent enough, hmm not sure.
Which would you get out of these? They seem to use the same panel and are similar, the MX27AQ is £40 cheaper than the Dell. I was going to get a Gsync 1440p IPS but I think I will just get a 60hz and get adaptive sync when it is cheaper and works with both manufacturers.
Because its a finnicky, very time consuming, and annoying process, if it was as simple as selecting settings, calibrating, putting the file somewhere and having perfect calibration, I expect a lot more people would be interested.
The 4k OLED looks great for most games, but they really need to get the input lag below 30ms. Not sure how you can play games like battlefront with 50ms lag, I cannot aim properly on my TV which has 32ms.
I want to see a 48" 4k OLED for under £2000, then we can call OLED affordable and competitive with LED prices. I wouldn't call £3000 affordable for most people and 55" is too big for a lot of people, 48" would have better PPI and big enough, I would rather have 48" with 92PPI for games. 40" =...
I have a Sony (2nd top of the range) and the CMS is rubbish, no 10 point white balance or proper RGB controls etc. Not acceptable on a high end TV, Also they use AUoptronics now instead of sony/samsung VA panels.
Gsync is much better than ULMB, ULMB is like have PWM at 100-120hz + 20% lower contrast, yes it lowers the blur, but it also gives me a headache and has very obvious flickering, which is worse, especially as you cannot use Gsync at the same time, I pick Gsync every time.