if you will use the monitor with an nvidia card, be sure to get a GSYNC compatible one and you will be set.
XV273K supports Freesync Premium PRO even if it has been released before this "certification", it can do 120Hz, HDR and supports LFC.
Had an XB271HK GSYNC monitor before and now using an XV273K GSYNC compatible monitor currently.
sincerely I see no difference between GSYNC and the current GSYNC compatible monitor apart the fact that the monitor power consumption is lower as much as the heat.
if I can, I will always choose...
those are the crap results from a 2019 1000USD mainstream monitor, the Acer Nitro XV273K
and those are the results from a "real" monitor bought 10 years ago for 700 USD
take your considerations.
I hope that this madness will stop with current monitors, current monitors are way to crappy.
I see that most people uses DisplayCAL over the XRite i1 Profiler even using the xrite i1 display pro colorimeter.
What is the sense of using a third party software when xrite give its own software?
Measurements are so different between those two software.
Even the white point measurement...
problems is that those "uniformity specs" are difficult to find even on higher end monitors like BENQ and others,
I was only pointing out how stupid is to put DeltaE in the specifications if that DeltaE is referrred to the center of the screen only. :)
who cares if a monitor is capable of...
I ask this because some "cheap" manufacturers like Acer and Asus are approaching DeltaE in their specs.
X27, XV273K from Acer and PG27UQ from Asus are declared by the manufacturer to be calibrated and to have an under DeltaE 1
Why they talk about DeltaE and they don't say anything about...
What is an average brightness and color uniformity on an average monitor?
Is a Delta E of <= 6 and a brightness <= 20% accross the monitor good?
What are the monitor's manufacturer "tolerance" for delta E and brightness uniformity accross the screen?
I agree, HDR400 is not that related to contrast but it's refers more to peak and sustained brightness.
OLED are not the solution to all the monitors problems, even if they will ever fix the burn in problems.
every "real person comparison" I have seen between an OLED vs IPS is that IPS is much...
Hdr400 monitor are not strong in hdr, don't saying the opposite. I'm only saying that hdr400 does not means weak colours but weak contrast and weak brightness.
Personally I would not give to hdr too much importance because hdr contents are too few to care.
Color accuracy has nothing to do with HDR400, monitor is very accurate in the default HDR mode but you need to use HDR contents to see accurate colors.
You need an HDR content, you need to set HDR inside the OS and you need to set HDR on the monitor menu.
You can't calibrate the HDR mode, you can't do it on pretty every monitors.
HDR mode is factory calibrated and it looks very accurate, prad tested this mode and they confirm that this mode is very well factory calibrated on the Nitro monitors.
Acer does a really good job on those monitors in...
Wrote to the xrite support , hope in a good answer but generally their support is pretty bad.
I am going to update the thread when they will answer.
Thanks for the answer and the help man, I appreciate it
ps: my Christmas tree is not that bad I agree
I'm calibrating, so I'm in the part of the calibration where I need to regulate the monitor sliders to achieve 6500K
there is no target color space, the target color space is the monitor color space.
if I move the red or blue slider of the monitor's gain, Red and blue slider on the i1 profile...
...but I still don't understood why if I move the green gain, I don't see even any changes in the green "slider" inside the i1 profile pro. ok, it does not change the white temp, but why i1 profiler pro does not even see the change in the green component?
the real problem is that they pushed a 1000€ CPU on a mainstream socket.
sincerely, why buy a 1000€ CPU for a dual channel cpu on a mainstream socket?
PS: Is your system a bench one only?
32GB on a 64 thread CPU is so few for everything :)
this is the reason why Asus release the
PG27UQX with 576 zones.
In any case those monitors are not ready to be marketed, too few zones and fans, really? fans in a monitor?
New Asus PA32UCX have 1150 zones, that is a FALD monitor, not those ones :D
There is some reviewers that says that HDR400 and HDR600 is useless because they generally don't use FALD and they don't add the "real HDR experience".
I completely agree with them but if the monitor is wide gamut, HDR support is really needed just for having more accurate colours
Testing it with
Red Dead Redemption 2, Anthem and AC Odyssey (DX12 games and Vulkan)
Yes, I enable HDR in windows and HDR in the game, once enabled HDR in the game the color turn to be more natural and not overshoot.
Those kind of posts are like rare pearls that are very difficult to find on the net, specially this days where people are "more distracted by the marketing".
You have only 12 posts on the forum but I'm glad that we have a new valuable users like you to learn from.
I have a MD in Computer...
I have found that with the 2 display port bundled with the monitor with a RTX2080Ti, windows 10 latest nvidia drivers 441.41,
at 4K, 120Hz, I can have both GSYNC and HDR enabled.
I enable GSYNC in nvidia control panel, than I enable HDR in windows, than I enable HDR...
WOW man. This post is wow, it took me one hour to understand it and not even completely, you gived me so much informations is few lines.
Thanks man. I appreciate it.
Are you someone from prad.de? A simple human can't have this knowledge.
What I don't understand is because this is the first...