Oh finally! Pls don't suck, otherwise I'll probably be stuck in this forever anxiety of not finding a decent gaming 1080p monitor I wanna upgrade to.
Quite good, not superb, not bad at all. Slightly below expections though:
- Disappointed to slightly bit lower ~50:1'ish contrast ratio versus the AOC based on the same panel.
- Slightly bit disappointed with RTC overshoot compared to the leaders here, not bad but for the kind of display it is with purely performance/gaming in mind I was still hoping to do sliiiiightly better OD action here.
As for the review I had gladly seen a contrast ratio measurement at 144, 200 and 240Hz to see if there's any drop at all, I mean if it could do like 930:1 calibrated at 200Hz, that for me had been a better sweetspot than say 240Hz and 890:1 as at this contrast ratios you will still want every possible bit of contrast ratio you can salvage meanwhile the 200 vs 240Hz will be a very marginal/very hard thing to differentiate and 200Hz is still greatly above the common 144Hz.
Damn thing is bright! Would love to see those faces of the uneducated average joes being like doood, look at this sparkly vibrant image (at default 80% brightness setting). I guess with this monitor I'd be at perhaps 10~15%, I always keep a well lit room though judging from the slight contrast ratio drop at the lower brightness settings I'd try to go as bright as possible though without going overboard but yea probably not above 15%.
Would have loved to get 165 or 180Hz ULMB at the very least but 144Hz still looks interesting to try.