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I do a quick version on top and then the lengthy parts on the bottom below the horizontal line :) To help make a decision on these 4 models I am looking to clarify the following points:
A) IDENTICAL PANELS WITH DIFFERENT FEATURES? Is the ASUS MG279Q the same Panel as the PG279Q? If so, I rather take the MG because I don't care for 165Hz Overclock or G-sync. Same thing for Acer and Gigabyte - if the XV272UP is the same panel, I take that one over the Aorus. HOWEVER that requires both cases to have just as many settings for color calibration. Some panels have a detailed 6-color hue plus saturation adjustment.
B) WIDE GAMUT OVERSATURATING 100% sRBG? I value color accuracy more than response times (that said, I don't want TERRIBLE response times). That being said, I rather take the Asus models if they are better with color reproduction in the sRGB space if the wide gamut support on Acer / Gigabyte cannot properly display a flat 100% sRGB when required. I am willing to switch ICC profiles between work and games or change the OSD settings.
C) BANDWIDTH ISSUES AND COMPRESSION IN THE COLORSPACE? According to an article on anandtech the real bandwidth of Displayport 1.4 is not 32,4 Gbit/s but rather 25,92 Gbit/s. That would mean the real bandwidth of Displayport 1.2 would be 13,84 Gbit/s which is not enough to sustain 8bpc [email protected] since that requires 15.93 Gbit/s. HDMI 2.0 can't reach that either. Does that mean there is compression applied that is known to make text less legible? I would be willing to drop down to 120Hz when I'm working to avoid these issues BUT the Acer XV272UP with it's DP 1.4 would have no issues at 144Hz then, correct?
D) THINGS THAT DO *NOT* MATTER: Stand quality (will be VESA mounted), backlight bleed in darkroom (I only work and game in reasonably lit environments), USB hubs, RGB lights or Audio passthrough.
That's all for the TL;DR - everything below is just more detailed rambling :) Thanks for reading and responding!
...aaand on for all the thoughts and details that went into this decision.
Recently I was working on someone else's machine, noticing a drastic improvement working long hours on a project with a display that ran on much higher refresh rate than 60 which I had at my desk (both are flicker free, no bluelight filter turned on). The overall responsiveness on image editing and the like was just superior in any aspect. This gives me a reason to actually spend the money for something work related, not just benefitting my gaming experience.
I searched for a 27" [email protected] as either IPS or VA Panel with VESA mount with either true 8Bit Colour depth or 10bit with FRC (no true 10bit available). After diligently going through various testing sites who do more indepth analysis (TFTcentral, Rtings, Tomshardware, etc.) and comparing other online reviews and so on, I'm down to these 4.
My concerns are color accuracy over response times. I'd be willing to go down to 120Hz for games to retain colors and avoid overshoot, as I am not a competitive gamer. I simply enjoy a smoother experience. I have a hardware calibration tool at my disposal, so I don't care about out-of-the-box looks. I do not care about g-sync as I rather just play with a regular frame limiter and rather adjust game settings to comfortably hit the mark. The monitor will be driven by a Geforce 1070. I only care for wide gamut if it does not "overdrive" the regular sRBG color space with oversaturation. Limiting colorspace to sRGB either through ICC profile swapping or OSD setting is what I'm willing to do. I don't care about the stand, as the screen will be VESA mounted.
The only VA panels that remained were all curved, and after testing workflow on a curved panel I decided it to be terrible, so I ditched curved panels altogether.
Is the PG279Q is basically the MG279Q but with added features? Is the Panel the same? I know it has g-sync but that's a chip thing. I know it can be OCed to 165Hz but that's also a chip thing. What is weird is that the MG scored better color accuracy and less motion blurr than the PG on certain websites with quantifyable results. Or is this just panel-to-panel variance? Insight is much appreciated!
As far as I learned, the Acer and the Gigabyte monitors in question use the same panel, correct? The Gigabyte just being flashier and with more extra features altogether. I don't care for the software display settings and don't care for the noise cancellation feature. So if the panel is identical but I have better calibration options with the cheaper Acer for some reason, I go for that. As mentioned in one of the reviews; the sRGB toggle with Gigabyte locks out several options so I'm not sure how to feel about that.
PIPELINE BANDWIDTH SHORTAGE?
3 of 4 have Displayport 1.2 which has 17.28 Gbit/s of raw bandwidth. According to an article on anandtech which mentioned compression being applied on 4k @ 144Hz because the bandwidth is not enough, I did some math which caused another issue to crop up. It would mean that the real bandwidth of Displayport 1.2 is 13,84 Gbit/s which is NOT enough to drive a [email protected] at 8bits per channel. That would require 15.93 Gbit/s. Can anyone can confirm when driving their panel at 144hz in Windows over Displayport 1.2 that they have bandwidth issues? While I'm at it, HDMI 2.0 also cannot cope with that as it's limited at 14.4 Gbit/s for video.
3 of the monitors in question have DP 1.2 but the Acer has DP 1.4 which has a far higher bandwidth capability. Which is weird, considering it's the same Panel as Gigabyte. The Geforce 1070 I have outputs with DP 1.4 .
Are there any insights from you about bandwidth limitation and compression at those rates? I don't want to work on a compressed signal and compression artefacts are a big issue when it comes to legibility. And some people reported "dancing" and slightly blurry text at maximum refresh rates on otherwise static images with certain monitors, for example the Acer XB271HU. Not sure if this was just a panel issue or compression issue. I am either willing to go down to 120Hz for work to avoid compression or just be on the safe side and take the Acer XV272UP.
Does anyone of you have any experience with [email protected] over Displayport 1.2 while NOT gaming and how the legibility and color accuracy is in Windows? Because this is a big concern.
OTHER TROUBLES DECIDING:
- My biggest issue going through the reviews is... that some of them contradict one another in the fine print. On one site Monitor A comes out atop, on another it's B. I suppose this comes down to the manufacturing variations and tolerances from one panel to the next. I understand it's all a big lottery.
- One review site mentioned the PG279Q has direct lighting rather than edge lighting which helps with backlight bleed and black-uniformity. Is this also true for the MG279Q, in case it is the same Panel and all?
- The Panel used in the Acer / Gigabyte seems to be better with colors in terms of wider gamut, but if get a more precise color representation with the Asus models, I go for that.
- I am willing to go through settings and turn down/up refresh rate when I switch from work to gaming. This should not be a concern. However, the Gigabyte turned out to work the best with 144Hz all across the board with no noticeable overshoot but still keeping response times at the desired levels.
- How is an Asus panel from 2015 holding up to newer things from 2019? I don't follow the latest and greatest craze, but my question is rather; is half a year enough for Acer and Gigabyte to iron out the kinks in the panel and shipping revisions, and how far have the two Asus monitors improved with their revisions since 2015... or have they not?
Naturally, there is a price tag. The Eizo FS2735 is out of the way (although some test sites claim it to be not as good as the selection I ended up with anyway). Within range, the following alternatives were considered but disregarded due to the indepth test sites: Acer XB271HU, AOC AG271QG, and ViewSonic XG2703.
Thank you dearly for the time reading and responding :)
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