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The LCD Monitors Thread: Tips, Tricks, Tweaks, New Products and Reviews

  • @psyq

    Step 1:

    http://www.geforce.com/hardware/technology/dsr

    Dun sa Nvidia control panel, activate mo yung DSR at pili ka ng multiplier (1.7x ata para mag 4k mula 2560x1440) the set mo lang yung resolution mo kung ano kakalabasan.

    Example:

    4352x2448

    Step 2:

    https://www.sven.de/dpi/

    Then calculate mo yung DPI na kailangan mo sa bagong resolution mo then set mo din yun sa Windows 10 display settings (Advanced sizing of text and other items):


    4352x2448 x 27" = 184%

    <click here for link>


    Step 3:

    Windows ClearType para umayos yung fonts



    Kasi pag Windows 7 for some reason ay gagawa ka lang ng custom resolution sa Nvidia Control panel eh
  • Try ko mamaya pag-uwi
  • Ano sa tingin niyo mas okay? BenQ VZ2350HM or LG 23MP68VQ? Naghihintay lang ako ng reviews :D
  • ^ both IPS, FULL HD(1080p), slim bezel design

    pero si LG freesync sya.

    I'll vote for LG just because of the extra Freesync feature.

    But please take note that you need an AMD APU or GPU for Freesync to work. :)

    -- edited by raffydooo on May 27 2016, 09:56 AM
  • pero the benq model is ah-ips while lg's is ips. sa mga nabasa ko ah-ips > ips. pero parang may gimmik si lg sa ips nila. dunno kung ano yun e. another thing going for the lg is the freesync feature, as pointed out by raffydooo . may mga nabasa na din akong nakapag-OC successfully w/ freesync monitors using nvidia cards
  • It is a given that the LG will be able to do 75hz at its default resolution of 1920x1080. You just have to set a custom resolution via the Nvidia control panel if you are an Nvidia GPU user. Whether it can OC more than its rated 75hz or not remains to be seen...
  • pero the benq model is ah-ips while lg's is ips. sa mga nabasa ko ah-ips > ips.

    Thanks maxq for pointing that out. :D
    You just have to set a custom resolution via the Nvidia control panel if you are an Nvidia GPU user

    I read somewhere that you can also use Custom Resolution Utility (CRU) to OC your monitor for AMD card users. Is there anyone here who tried using CRU?

    -- edited by raffydooo on May 27 2016, 10:56 AM
  • Salamat sa inyong feedback. Anong masasabi niyo sa Dell U2414H? Balak ko na kasi mag palit ng monitor soon. Tumitingin ako ng 23-24 inch monitors with IPS panels tapos low input lag. GTX 970 nga pala card ko at ang main use ko ay gaming.
  • Yung LG 23MP68VQ most likely uses an AH-IPS panel. I don't think nag ma-manufacture pa si LG ng regular IPS or eIPS panels anymore. Yung previous LG MP series monitors have all been using AH-IPS panels din :-)
  • ^ Naka U2414H ako dati okay naman, di nga lang ako palagi naglalaro pero pag naglalaro naman ako okay naman.
  • @ fakuryu

    hinde naman parang malabo mga font/icon/etc pag ginawa yang sa taas? naalala ko nag DSR ako sa isang computer ng kakilala ko parang ang labo overall ng screen. Windows 7 nga lang yun.
  • @Dyaems

    Kailangan lang i-adjust yung PPI slider at yung ClearType, post ako ng screenshot later :D
  • @bloodyredd

    Anong masasabi niyo sa Dell U2414H?


    Almost no input lag at color accurate sya, what is there not to like?

    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2414h.htm

    @raffydooo

    Yep sa AMD, pwede gamitin yung CRU pero alam ko integrated narin yung sa AMD Crimson
  • The LG 23MP68VQ uses LG's Neo Blade I (slim bezel/"frameless") AH-IPS panel. This panel has been around since 2014 and can be found in monitors made by AOC, Asus, BenQ, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Philips, among others.

    LG has a new generation of Neo Blade III panels that make the bottom bezel as thin as the other 3 sides. I think it's being used in their own 88 series.

    -- edited by Woof on May 28 2016, 03:43 AM
  • Woops may benq monitor sa office ni nathan drake sa uncharted 4 haha. Paulit ulit ko chinecheck not sure if its xl or rl monitor. :p
  • @dyaems

    <click here for link>

    Check mo nalang yung text @ 100%
  • @ fakuryu

    sige bro salamat. ganda ng bahay ni fakuryu naks naman hhe


    edit: pwede ba mag DSR ang mga 120hz/140hz na monitor? hinde ba mag lock sa 60hz ang refresh rate nya?

    -- edited by Dyaems on May 28 2016, 05:53 PM
  • @Dyaems

    Hindi ko bahay yan :D bed and breakfast na shinoot ko lang... pero maganda bahay nila haha

    Pwede naman siguro mag DSR, sa Windows 7 nagagawa ko tong 2560x1440 75hz via custom resolution pero locked sya sa 60hz sa Windows 10 DSR
  • @fakuryu

    ahh, so malamang sa ganun din siguro mag lock sa 60fps yung mga 120hz/140hz na monitor haha. natanong ko lang bigla pumasok sa isip ko kung possible yun.
  • got my xl2730z na.. smooth sobra ng ROTTR.. just playing now,,
  • ^ congrats sir.. enjoy your new monitor
  • Ty....
  • Guys ano po ba pinaka mura na LED na 1920x1080?

    pang com.shop po sana..