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  1. Do not want , Certainly not about 27 inches and currently do not want bigger than that. By the way, do not forget that for gaming in 4K I will have to spend a lot more money on computer specs to get an FPS that will take advantage of the refresh rate of the screen.

    Looking for a 1440P with at least 144Hz that will be perfect in all respects, that will also cost 4-5, as long as it is justified I am interested.

  2. Quote of Jabberwock

    Whenever buying a new screen you should tinker with the settings and calibrate as you see fit. And lowering brightness is a MUST.

    If you do not have a calibrator (Example below), The effort is probably unnecessary, and you will not be able to achieve good results, as I have already written:

    Quote of --- The King ---

    My conclusions:

    For those who have a paint calibrator, there is room for deliberation between the poor and the . For those who do not, I see a clear advantage for the poor.

  3. Quote of Nir555

    Read on RTING about this model in the Flickr section (although they don't think it's a problem) and also in the comments to the review at the bottom of the page, where people are already really talking about how much of a problem this screen is.

    Obviously they do not think this is a problem, they even gave him a score of 10 on it. You need to understand that each screen is flickering, the question is at what speed, or more accurately at what frequency. When the jitter is very fast, a human eye cannot notice it so it is called "flicker-free".


    It's not clear to me why the guy there claims he had eye pain from using the screen. Basically it could also be just too high a brightness or something, and could even be that it fell on a screen with a manufacturing defect.

    You will always find bad reviews on such products, from large manufacturers that are sold all over the world in quantities.

  4. Quote of Nir555

    As for the Dell 2721, I planned to buy it recently and according to the reviews it is one of the best in the category (up to 2000 NIS) but in the end I discovered to my luck that it has one pretty serious problem - it is not flicker-free (most screens today are flicker-free and it is excellent on them as a feature) Which means that any brightness less than 100%, causes it to flicker. Although it is at a very high frequency that is not really visible to the eye, but it just causes eye fatigue during normal work / reading.

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    By what do you say he's not flicker-free?


    Quote of ch33

    Maybe this MSI that was recommended earlier is worth another look.

    It may well be that it is superior to all the rest. Its panel is different from all the others that use the same nano IPS panel of . The main problem with it is that it comes stock with a pretty bad color calibration.



    Quote of KF

    I'm very worried about Lenovo, very much hope they do not make me muscle when returning the product.

    The guy mentioned in the video that they have released a firmware update that fixes this. If so, consider staying with him.

  5. Quote of zone glide

    What about VIEWSONIC ELITE?

    Are you talking about ViewSonic Elite XG270QG? Not at the level of the poor and the . It is supposed to give good value for the price, but somehow in Israel its sales are very high, over 3000 NIS.


    Quote of zone glide

    and also Lenovo Y27Q IPS

    Not bad, I prefer the meager:

  6. Basically this is an American site, but the product may be right for you anyway. Suggests you send a message to the seller or check well by part number the specific version.

    However, keep in mind that you will probably get an American power cord.

  7. For all who are interested, after an in-depth examination it turns out that the Not bad at all and even quite surprised me in relation to his technical data that appear on the site of .


    It turns out to be a bit faster than the echelon, not significantly and in my opinion not in a way that can be seen with the eye, black color is better than the echelon, higher brightness than the echelon (even though its technical data says otherwise), so far the advantages over the echelon.


    In terms of cons compared to Dell, Dell also has support for And Free-Sync, and MSI only officially supports .

    God- Comes with color calibration not something at all, for those who have a color calibrator can overcome this disadvantage, for those who do not it is in my opinion a very significant disadvantage.

    For DP connections, in There is a 1.2 and a difference of 1.4.


    Another thing, the MSI is currently available in stock in the country compared to the Dell which in most of the world is currently out of stock, but the price of the Dell is slightly lower.


    My conclusions:

    For those who have a color calibrator, there is room for deliberation between Dell and MSI. For those who do not, I see a clear advantage for the poor.

    In addition, anyone who thinks there is a chance in the future will connect a video card of , Better the poor because of the lack of Free-Sync support in MSI. For example, I plan to upgrade my computer in the coming months, so I would like to leave myself the option of a card of .


    So, I'm with the poor right now.

  8. Quote of zone glide

    The truth is I also thought to consider one of these or go for it 4k 144HZ ..

    The only consideration that keeps me from going on Is that I will then have to pay dearly for hardware that will be strong enough so that I can exhaust the screen and enjoy the high refresh rate. Besides that I have been for a good few years with 27 inches 1440P and I do not lack sharpness. I prefer to get more frames.


    Quote of zone glide

    Don't you think 240hz will bring more space in the future?

    Audio I've never played at 240Hz, but it seems to me very much that above 144 it is already unimportant. Above 144 Hz I do not believe I will notice any differences. 144 seems to me as smooth as reality. Just an unnecessary gimmick in my opinion.


    Quote of zone glide

    Just the part about me HDR It seems to me that Dell is not really outstanding ..

    True, but this is how all IPS monitors in the category in question. If you want performance Good you should consider VA ..

  9. I came to the conclusion that from the IPS gaming category with support for , The Dell beats them all in performance, and even in price and ergonomics.

    If you already ordered the gigabyte (I guess you meant the M27Q), honestly, I do not think an average person or even a gamer will notice such minor differences in performance, of a few milliseconds here or there. What's more, the screen you ordered is 8bit and not 10bit like the Dell and like some of the others mentioned here so far, and it also does not support But only in Free Sync. The Dell supports both so this is a very big advantage for me.

  10. Hello friends, I decided to buy a new monitor, and after much thought and quite a bit of "research" on the existing monitors on the market, I came to the dilemma between 2 monitors (Dell S2721DGF or Odyssey G7 27).

    My uses are first and foremost work (reading and writing a lot of text), but also gaming when there is time for it (but when there is time, I want to enjoy it as much as possible of course).

    What deters me on Samsung is the matter of viewing angles. I have been working with IPS monitors for many years and am very accustomed to this panel, and do not know if the transition to VA will be convenient for me. I will mention that I use the screen alone, which means that there are no more people looking at the screen from the side. In addition, the screen is convex, which reduces the viewing angles relative to the viewer. In terms of gaming performance, it's clear that I'll enjoy Samsung more also because of performance More impressive, and also because it is slightly faster.

    On the other hand, there is the meager, the more solid, which makes me feel more confident, but also less exciting and special.


    The big question is whether I will be more comfortable working on the Dell, or whether I will be very comfortable on the Samsung as well.


    In terms of price it is not really critical to me. Once in 5-10 years, spending a few hundred shekels more is not what will change my mind. The top priority is a screen that I will enjoy and be happy with.


    I would be very happy for your opinion on the matter. Thanks in advance.

  11. I have been looking for a few days to purchase the device in question (Oppo Find X2 Pro), the problem I can not find a store that sends the international model (Global Rom + Factory Unlocked) to Israel.


    If anyone has accidentally ordered the device from abroad or knows an online store that can be trusted, and they have the above device, I would be happy to help.


    Thanks in advance.

  12. Quote by Michael Lugassy

    By the way what is a small settlement in the center?

    Petah Tikva area.


    Quote of Jabberwock

    I mean do you switch to cable and see the slowdown?

    Seeing identical results at 95 percent. The cable probably has a higher performance, but like I said, a 1-2ms difference from Ping, in terms of upload, makes no difference at all, and in terms of download maybe 5 percent more cable if any.

  13. Quote by Michael Lugassy

    I still think it is a weak router + a weak WIFI that causes devices to jump between two SSIDs.

    Lol but I just explained to you that this is not the case. SSID is different between each device and each frequency. ZA 2 devices, 4 different SSIDs.

    And the wifi is not weak at all. My absorption is excellent and in quick tests I get the same result as a cable connection.

    thanks anyway. Maybe I should try the gaming package that Bezeq International is offering now.


  14. Quote by Michael Lugassy

    Relying on WIFI for deceptive speed tests, you want to test as few components as possible. This means you need to start a dialer that sits on a computer that is connected to a router (modem) cable from the power supply.

    I understand, and I do it when there are repeated glitches. In 99 percent of the times, the result is the same between the wireless computer and the wireless one.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    The router is the heart of the matter. The equipment you purchased is consumer equipment, does the dlink for example unite the 2 access points on the same SSID? Does it unify the 2 tracks (2.4 / 5Ghz) on the same SSID? is he operation Automatic checking of channels to check interruptions?

    The first Dlink is configured to be the "main" router called it, with NAT and DHCP, to which I concatenated the second Dlink. Partner's router I have only functions as a modem.

    The two Dilink each have a different SSID, and each frequency is also different in the SSID. 

    I don't know about the channel tests. At the time when I bought them, I tried to play with the channels a bit and choose the channel that gives the best performance. To my best it's 6, but I can't remember anymore. However, it doesn't seem so relevant to me because the disconnections also happen on a computer directly connected to the modem.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    Don't know this partner's shtanez on Hot To be honest. I go for Hot + Hotnet and Bezeq + Bezeq International, so suppliers are blaming themselves and there is more interest in helping you.

    I was also in International Bezeq + And Bhutant + , Each Bendel is worse than the next, and the latter worse than the first. But in general you are right, when you call the technical service to report a problem, they cannot wave you and tell you that it is the infrastructure. But in any case they would not solve the problem for me, just spend more time with them on the line.

  15. Quote by Michael Lugassy

    What advanced devices did you buy?


    I used it only as a modem on infrastructure .


    2. Two such (two-story house and therefore one per floor):


    3. card For a desktop computer:


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    What did you send this on wifi? How much do you get in a cable connection?

    I do cable testing often, what I get on cable is the same as 95% on what I get on wireless, even in terms of ping there is almost no difference (1-2ms).

    But it varies, for example I can do a morning test, get 150/4 and do another test in the evening and get 30 / 0.5. But what bothers me more is the disconnects and the instability and not the speed.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    There may be cute consumers in the house who are constantly raising (e.g. Google photos)?

    No. I know exactly what is needed and when. Also keeps track of client lists in Browser, and when I do Testing I usually disable all devices and processes in the background.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    1) Make the equipment you receive from the supplier a modem (you may find that you will be charged a monthly cost, claim that they have provided you with Chinese junk that does not receive)

    That's exactly what I'm doing right now with the Infrastructure Partner equipment . When I was on Bezeq's infrastructure I did not need any equipment from the provider, I had my modem and router.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    2) Connect a high quality router, eg Cisco RV340:

    I really don't think there is In a world that will solve my problem. I have tried so much nonsense like this (including routers with vectoring or whatever you call it (like TP-Link TD-W9970). You saw what equipment I have today and it does not help so much.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    No wireless reception problem as you may already understand. When there is a disconnect on the internet it also affects the computers that are connected to the wires.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    4) Set up stable DNS servers in the router (e.g. Google Public DNS)

    Already set :)

    And it really helped a little in my opinion.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    If you are hysterical (like me), the aforementioned router can connect infrastructure Hot And Bezeq * at the same time * and also a stick with a SIM / mobile internet.

    very interesting! That means I will have to pay for a package in the infrastructure as well And on the infrastructure package (And maybe a sim too), but I may be so frustrated by the situation I would like to think about.


    Quote by Michael Lugassy

    I do not recommend אינטרנט The cellular way of the whole house that he will become a toaster after less than an hour and his routing capabilities are probably equal to Tusik.

    However, I no longer know if the web junk I currently have is better.


    Thank you very much for your response!

  16. I live in a small community in the center, and I have always experienced Internet failures very often. At certain times even on a daily basis.

    I tried everything on my mind, bought high-end devices (routers, cards) ..), I switched Internet providers and experimented with infrastructure as well And on (Unfortunately, there are no other infrastructure in my locality). Today I am in a package of 200/5 via Partner on Infrastructure And of course the internet is still working poorly. And when I say bad, I mean instability (disconnections and lots, long times when the internet is very slow, etc.) and also very high ping that is expressed in online games and online video / audio calls.

    Yesterday for a few hours the situation was so bad:



    So I thought about 2 options I hadn't tried yet, and wanted to consult to figure out if the experience was worth my time at all.

    The first is internet based on cellular data. That means buying some 4G LTE router for 200-300 NIS and SIM with a package Unlimited from one of the cellular networks. I think it will even come out to me very cheap as a bonus, apart from the one-time investment on (By the way, for me it can even be just a modem, because I do not lack wireless routers, and as mentioned I have very high quality and fast equipment). In the last few days I have been trying to do quick tests from my mobile device (do not know how informative it is, because a mobile router probably has a stronger reception), I found that I can get in the 70/30 range, and maybe even more than that with A cell phone that has a stronger reception than a cell phone device. The question is how the Internet will function in terms of performance (ping, stability, etc.).

    A second option I was thinking of trying is the package Bezeq is currently marketing NIS 10 a month. I hope it might be something that could improve the situation, but from a thing I don't understand, I would love to ask if you think it's worth something, or if there's someone in the forum who uses this package and can share it His experience.


    I would be very happy for any opinion and help.

    @Cheif And especially in your opinion of the matter.

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