Stayle wrote: ↑
11 May 2020, 08:00
jnashville wrote: ↑
11 May 2020, 00:16
i have posted pictures of my vg259qm previously as well, showing color uniformity and have little backlight bleed as well on a black background.
i am not defending my purchases at all.
I have 3 different 240hz monitor.
Out of this 3, the benq has the most yellowish tint.
as for you mr fan boy, who knows u can be a MSI promoter doing all this. anyway i am lazy to argue. The others have also voiced out against you. rest my case. dont have to respond back defending yourself, cant be bothered already.
Thanks for the info you gave for the VG259QM. I don't want to defend anyone, but RLCS got the 27" version and maybe he had a defective one ? And someone already said the 24" of Asus had better colors than the 27"(more yellowish).
Atleast to me he didn't seem to be affiliate to MSI, and his arguments quite make sense to me between choosing IPS over TNs.
Nice to hear 280hz 80od can keep up while playing.
it had a dead pixel. But when it comes to actual performance, the VG279qm/vg259qm delivers.I had no issues beating other TN users when i played games on old Asus. 280hz is a major advantage(although negligible for most, if you compare a 240hz monitor vs a 280hz monior side by side, the 280hz monitor is clearly faster).
ELMB-SYNC is a perfect match at those refresh rates since it's locked at OD 80. So the crosstalk isn't as strong. This means that with the added motion clarity and speed of 280hz as opposed to 240hz, and ELMB-SYNC, the Asus SHOULD have the absolute sharpest image against fast moving objects.
The Asus delivers at high framerates. It's a good monitor, but the colors are just too grainy for my taste. There are ICC profiles that help mitigate it but don't think that u won't notice yellow/brownish tint.
the g2g average isn't as quick as the MSI which means the MSI is faster i the framerate is at 240hz or below. But above 240hz(which most FPS can easily run since it's not really graphicallyd demanding), the Asus is clearly faster than the MSi or any TN monitor at that.
the 360hz TN will take the top spot later this year. Then again, ELMB-SYNC at 280hz refresh has very very minimal crosstalk, so the sharpness of strobing should still be better than the 360hz TN even it legitimately has a 1ms average pixel resonse time.