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    Let's make our own AMOLED monitor

    Check taobao which can easily be ordered from via yobuy.
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    Should i go TN for gaming?

    Maybe you should read some reviews instead of continuing to fill this forum with obviously extremely ignorant and outdated opinions. lol. A wide gamut monitor without an sRGB mode (the wide gamut Korean monitors lack sRGB modes) can only display colours properly if used with programs which...
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    Should i go TN for gaming?

    Yes, the LG 24GM77 is by far the best budget 144hz monitors while the XL2411Z is awful, but the LG is still a bad choice for watching movies from a reclined position. I check all of the in depth review sites and am not aware of any 1080p Samsung Free-Sync PLS reviews, but they're likely fine...
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    Should i go TN for gaming?

    I missed the part about fitting both the gpu and monitor into the budget, and no to your second question unless you buy a terrible TN with Free-Sync (AOC G2460PF which has terrible colours). The Dell U2515H is pretty much as good as a 60hz AHVA/IS/PLS panel can be, but it uses a frame-less...
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    Should i go TN for gaming?

    Best to avoid the FG2421 on principle alone, plus it is a rip off considering its performance and terrible quality control. The XL2411Z has poor colours and contrast along with the rest of the sub 300$ 144hz TN panels compared to the LG 24GM77 (more information and review links). It's also...
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    Best Reviewed A-MVA Monitor Thread: Read the 1st Post

    The value Playwares provides is the gamut volume which is a measurement which includes colour space values outside of the of the sRGB colour space, hence the measurements above 100%. Usually sRGB colour space coverage percentages are calculated using only the monitors values which are inside...
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    ASUS PG279Q 144hz 1440P IPS G-Sync

    I ordered one from New Egg Canada; it should arrive next Monday or Tuesday. I can pick a Acer XB270HU, Asu PG278Q or Dell S2716G to test it against as well, but I'm not sure which. Testing the Dell would be more beneficial to my pathetic Youtube views, and there are no decent 1440p AHVA versus...
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    When will we see a new round of 32" monitors released?

    I tested it, unfortunately it's a rip off performance wise compared to the BenQ, Samsung and Qnix, especially since the similarly priced BenQ and Samsung support Free-Sync.
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    When will we see a new round of 32" monitors released?

    Spring 2016. What's wrong with the current batch? Three great options exist, two of which support Free-Sync. Best Reviewed 32" 4K Monitors.
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    Samsung 40" JU6500 too blurry...

    The Samsung's have pointlessly fast pixel response times since the engineers decided to pinch a half penny per unit and not use direct current for the back-light. It's the low LED PWM Dimming frequency which is causing the blur (example) and headaches. Sony TV's don't use PWM and they offer...
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    BenQ EW2440L monitor. Worth buying for gaming and movies?

    Stop acting like an entitled brat. If you had bothered to Google reviews to begin with (assuming one understands the technical data/measurements), you would have not needed to create a thread. Instead you expect to be babied and have everything explained to you, even after being linked to my...
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    BenQ EW2440L monitor. Worth buying for gaming and movies?

    It's better in every way. Review links are available in the thread I made which you can read instead of being lazy. The EW2440L is also linked to and discussed in my Best VA Monitor thread a few times; use the in-thread search function to find the posts if you want to waste your time. Do you...
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    BenQ EW2440L monitor. Worth buying for gaming and movies?

    The EW2440L uses a grainy matte coating unlike the others from my thread, and it suffers from significantly reduced colour vibrancy compared to the others since it has a small colour space only capable of covering 84% of the sRGB colour space while the better options can cover 95%+. The EW2440L...
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    U3007WFP or U3011 or U3014 or U3415W - Gaming & Movies

    All 30"= far more glow and poor contrast when not viewed from >120cm/4ft away or in a very bright room versus most budget AHVA/IPS/PLS and the Dell U3415W 3007=wide gamut=over-saturated and inaccurate colour, grainy matte coating, no colour controls and poor colour presets compared to most newer...
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    BenQ EW2440L monitor. Worth buying for gaming and movies?

    It sucks for a few reasons which aren't worth explaining since there are quite a few superior monitors with VA panels available. Best VA Monitors.
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    U3007WFP or U3011 or U3014 or U3415W - Gaming & Movies

    That's because you and your friends don't know realize that the wide gamut 3014 is vastly over-saturating colours while also disrespecting the time and effort game creators put into making games look the way they do. Example: Left=non colour manged wide gamut monitor displaying consumer media...
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    U3007WFP or U3011 or U3014 or U3415W - Gaming & Movies

    PolarFox claims every LED back-lit monitor suffers from a strong blue tint. compared to his ancient, uncalibrated TN panel from 2006 which has unknown colour accuracy. Google the following: Dell 3014 overshoot ghosting grainy matte coating (applies to all CCFL back-lit 30" which includes the...
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    U3007WFP or U3011 or U3014 or U3415W - Gaming & Movies

    You typed that the Dells were the best options which is not the same as the only options. Anyway, the U3415W is much, much better than all of the 30" monitors in existence aside from the NEC PA302W. Even budget Dell monitors like the U2415H are much better than their 30" monitors along with...
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    U3007WFP or U3011 or U3014 or U3415W - Gaming & Movies

    30" IPS are terrible, even compared to the majority of budget 21.5-24" IPS available for under 200$, and they are especially terrible for watching movies. Ultrade-wide/21:9 34" monitors are the same height as 27" 16:9 monitors, but are 50% wider. With 30" one has to choose between CCFL...
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    4K help needed -- looking at everything from Phillips to Samsung and BenQ

    Viewing a monitor under poor store lighting conditions with the brightness cranked is not a good way to judge. None of the large 4K TV's can match the BenQ's gaming performance, only the highest end TV's offer similar preset colour accuracy and vibrancy, and the use of decent bias lighting (the...
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    Help me pick up a good monitor

    400$ per monitor or 400$ total? Your post is contradictory and it's not possible to buy some of the monitors selected for less than 400$. The U2413 sucks, the U2412 is irrelevant, you need to decide what your actual budget is, and if you want one 2560x1440 monitor or two 1080-1200p monitors...
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    4K help needed -- looking at everything from Phillips to Samsung and BenQ

    Yes to both questions, but only if one has bright room lighting and/or turns the brightness down and uses a bias light.
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    4K help needed -- looking at everything from Phillips to Samsung and BenQ

    Both of those Vizio images show double image ghosting which is a joke considering that the cheapest BenQ, Dell and LG monitors are PWM free. The BenQ does not have poor contrast, in fact, if the brightness is not kept cranked, one can sit at a more "field of view filling" distance (especially...
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    Looking for a good quality cheap monitor

    Not sure if serious or trolling...anyway, spend more on an HP 25CW or 25XW since they are much better than the majority of displays in existence and are essentially glow free unlike the majority of AHVA/IPS/PLS panels. Read my HP 27CW & 25XW double review. The Acer G246HL recommended in here...
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