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  1. These are my impressions on the screen I renewed on the HP X27Q screen I purchased it from "The New Age - Computing and Sales Services" Let's start with the minuses I saw: no cable arrangement adapter. No Swivel HDMI x1 connection A DP x1 connection takes about 20 seconds for the screen to turn on. Windows does not recognize the screen as supporting HDR and yet lets me configure it. The buttons are clickable to the right of the screen in the most non-strategic place. The positive (so far): Support for 10-bit color depth even when the screen is set to 165 Hz which is largely limited to 120 Hz on most screens. The quality of the plastics is above average. Not swaying. The first thing I said when I turned on the screen - Wow! Amazing colors and not Over saturated. Very thin margins. There is no visible Ghosting or smearing. Minimum Light bleed (bottom left side) in Warzone the game responds superbly. Great viewing angles No Color Shift. Gives 12 bit color depth under HDMI connection at 75Hz !! The highlight - this is a LM270WQA panel and because it is defined as an HDR screen with an illumination intensity of 400 nits, so it is the same panel that is used in the DELL S2721DGF, meaning a screen with a NANO IPS panel for 1250 NIS, which is about 750 NIS cheaper than the DELL. https://www.panelook.com/LM270WQA-SSA2_LG Display_27_LCM_overview_45671.html
  2. These are my impressions on the screen I renewed on the HP X27Q screen I purchased it from "The New Age - Computing and Sales Services" Let's start with the minuses I saw: no cable arrangement adapter. No Swivel HDMI x1 connection A DP x1 connection takes about 20 seconds for the screen to turn on. Windows does not recognize the screen as supporting HDR and yet lets me configure it. The buttons are clickable to the right of the screen in the most non-strategic place. The positive (so far): Support for 10-bit color depth even when the screen is set to 165 Hz which is largely limited to 120 Hz on most screens. The quality of the plastics is above average. Not swaying. The first thing I said when I turned on the screen - Wow! Amazing colors and not Over saturated. Very thin margins. No visible ghosting or smearing. Minimum Light bleed (bottom left side) in Warzone the game responds superbly. Great viewing angles No Color Shift. Gives 12 bit color depth under HDMI connection at 75Hz !! The highlight - this is an LM270WQA panel and because it is defined as an HDR screen with an illumination intensity of 400 nits, so it is the same panel that is used in the DELL S2721DGF, meaning a screen with a NANO IPS panel for 1250 NIS, which is about 750 NIS cheaper than the DELL. https://www.panelook.com/LM270WQA-SSA2_LG Display_27_LCM_overview_45671.html
  3. Thanks friends 🙂 After some testing I did it seems that the HP X27Q in terms of the panel is exactly the same as the panel in the DELL S2721DGF I will go for it 🙂 Thanks to everyone! https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/p7eo90/hp_x27q_2021_technical_details_a_new_insider_tip/
  4. Update: After I missed the sale and the screen has already been sold (too bad ...) I saw the HP X27Q which except SWIVEL has what I need it IPS panel 1440P height adjustment 10bit frc 165Hz The screen costs -1250 with a full HP warranty in the country however there is no It has USB so it does not support firmware upgrades which is always a blessing rather than sticking with "this is what you have to deal with" in case there is a software glitch. I made a table that might help me decide by tomorrow https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/d93e1cee1a Model ASUS TUF VG27AQ Dell S2121DGFA HP X27q Lenovo Legion Y27q-20 65F0GAC1IS Lenovo G27q-20 Features ELMB IPS Best All around Swjiv 155 @ 165Hz Better Black Unifirmty Nano IPS Good Colors USB HUB Swivel Height Adj Firmware upgrades Native 165Hz Cheap 165Hz 10Bit + FRC Height Adj IPS Cheap Nano IPS Good Colors USB HUB Swivel Height Adj Firmware upgrades Native 165Hz Cheap 165Hz 10Bit + FRC Height Adj Swivel Cheap Cons "Pricey" No USB hub No firmware upgrades True 8Bit A bit "Old" - 2019 590Nis Over budget "Pricey" 750Nis Over budget No USB hub No firmware upgrades No Swivel No reviews yet "Pricey" Not familiar with Lenovo brand as gaming monitors 750Nis Over budget Not familiar with Lenovo brand as gaming monitors ~ 250Nis Over budget No much reviews Price 1,890 2,000 1,250 2,000 1,500
  5. HP has an amazing screen around the 800 panel IPS @ 144Hz that has received excellent reviews on the rtings X24ih 2W925AS HP https://www.zap.co.il/model.aspx?modelid=1111974 https: //www.rtings. com / monitor / reviews / hp / x24ih
  6. There are no screens with a 2160p / 1440p resolution already saying in advance do not expect high performance at 2160p with this video card, again depending on the titles you play, however for 2160p work it is a pleasure. What content do you work with and what copies do you play? 4K screens: For example - philips 288e2a / 00 One of the most recommended 4 "28K screens. Or the HP 5ZP65AS which is considered an excellent 27" budget. There is one model that is worth trying to find it at a good price and I can (and many more) happily recommend it: LG 27UL650-W Excellent and high quality screen. But its price is close to 2000.
  7. Thanks! So @DSheepMaster are you saying that the Lenovo G27q-20 is based on Nano IPS like the Dell S2721DGFA \ LG 850? Edit ": It seems that only the Y27q-20 is Nano-IPS. I found the Y27q-20 at 1100 NIS including the option to extend the warranty to 3 years for an additional 300 NIS including the screen VAT is defined as an outlet. Think this is a good offer?
  8. Hi to all the veterans years I have not been here I really missed I am looking for a gaming screen with the following features up to 1,700: 1440p 165hz IPS 10bit (8bit + frc) PIVOT \ SWIVEL Purchase from Eilat also possible Not interested in purchasing abroad Current specifications (for CPU upgrade): 3600x @ 4200 ASUS X570-E ROG STRIX PATRIOT 32GB @ 3200 RTX2080Ti 2TB NVME Coolermaster 850W Gold PSU CPU will be upgraded soon to 5600x or 3900x.
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