So my question is what does the ratio 16:9 and 21:9 do for me
Better contrast, blacks are truer. IPS colours are truer but good VAs come close. The difference in blacks is big. For video VA is the choice.So you say VA panels have more "natural" palette? Budget VA monitors are good too?
Not interested in curve panels as much for 1337-pro-gayming. But curved monitors seem easier on the eyes since its shape copies the curve of the eyesight. And you can potentially see more details at periphery of your screen.
As for 1080P at 27" - anti-aliasing exists for a reason.
I'm eyballing that LG you mentioned. That...is a cool-looking monitor. And IPS to boot. Great balance of features.Personally, I'd prefer better colors.
Well, odd as this may be, let me make a list of things I don't like and will avoid like the plague:What exactly catches your eye with it? Keeping in mind I trust monitor specs as far as I can throw them .
Of all budget sub-200$ VA monitors I only see MVA monitor AOC Q3279VWF. It has slightly bigger price than those 27" monitors I was looking for before. What can you say about panels used in AOC monitors?Recommend most people get a 16:9 32" 1440p screen.
I won't even have free 349$ to spare for RX 5700 (never, in fact) and you're talking about 5700XT. Besides, no one puts 5700/XT next to 4/4 i5. 4/8 at the very least.I suppose for TW3, to hit anything above 80 fps on max settings with 2560x1440, you would need 5700 XT.
This is the first time that I see this monitor, and I find it pretty cool. I think this is the cheapest monitor you can get for HDR and with such thin bezel. But personally, I would go for what also increases my field of view, hence ultra-wide screens even though they are not compatible with every content. There is the lg 34wk650, or the smaller lg 29wk600.Guys, what do you think about BenQ EW277HDR monitor?
A word of warning.... I haven't looked into the topic a lot, or recently, but I believe HDR slapped on a monitor label should be approached cautiously. You can easily find monitors claiming to be HDR without much functionality to leverage it in any meaningful capacity for a variety of reasons. It's quite common on cheaper monitors, in fact.VA and HDR support for such a low price is pretty appealing. Appealing because of games that support "HDR" that is.
Well there should be a way to test if there's an actual HDR. Of course it's not a blind instabuy.A word of warning.... I haven't looked into the topic a lot, or recently, but I believe HDR slapped on a monitor label should be approached cautiously. You can easily find monitors claiming to be HDR without much functionality to leverage it in any meaningful capacity for a variety of reasons. It's quite common on cheaper monitors, in fact.
For what purpose? Asking for real since HDMI is more common.Oh, and regarding BenQ EW277HDR - I just checked, it doesn't have a DisplayPort connector. That's an instant no. Every normal monitor should have one.