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Gaming screen up to NIS 2000


ekmo
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I can recommend 3 screens:

1250-1400 NIS:

HP X27Q
 

The least positive:
 

  • No cable arrangement adapter.
  • No Swivel
  • Connection HDMI x1
  • DP connection x1
  • Takes about 20 seconds for the screen to turn on. 
  • Windows does not recognize the screen as a supporter HDR And yet lets me set it up.
  • The buttons are clickable to the right of the screen in the most non-strategic place.
     

Positive (so far):

  • 10-bit color depth support even when the screen is set to 165 Hz which is largely limited to 120 Hz on most screens.
  • HDMI 2.0, DP 1.4.
  • 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 excellently.
  • Great viewing angles No Color Shift.
  • Gives 12 bit color depth under connection HDMI On 75Hz !!
  • The highlight - this is the LM270WQA panel and because it is defined as a screen With an illumination intensity of 400 rivets and very high quality
  • G-SYNC works.
  • FREESYNC PREMIUM.



Up to 1600:

Gigabyte M27Q-BK

Positive:

  • Super speed (SS IPS)
  • HDMI 2.0 x2
  • Display port 1.2 x1 (capable for HDR)
  • USB Type-C x1
  • Auto-Update
  • KVM
  • 170Hz
  • 10-bit (with FRC, up to 120Hz), 8-bit (native, up to 165Hz)

 

The least positive:

  • A panel that uses technology BGR Which displays the text a bit blurry, the operating system Knows how to work better only with
  • Allows only height change and no rotation on its axis.
  • The screen allows the use of 10-bit color depth 1.2 While "sacrificing" the panel's performance to 120 Hz.

 

10-bit (with FRC, up to 120Hz), 8-bit (native, up to 165Hz)
 

A screen with a ton of features for good includes KVM which allows you to work in parallel with 2 workstations connected to a single screen or switching between workstations.
Its main downside is the panel Which uses a technology called BGR which provides relatively low quality in texts.
However he comes armed with a host of connections.

 

You can read a comprehensive review of it HERE.

Lenovo G27Q-20

 

Positive:

  • Panel Excellent and calibrated (a surprising step on the part of Lenovo).
  • 165hz
  • Defined as a 10-bit screen (8-bit + FRC)
  •  Allows rotation height and rotation on its axis.
  • Above average quality plastics without creaking.


The least positive:

  • NO .
  • The screen allows the use of 10-bit color depth 1.2 While "sacrificing" the panel's performance to 120 Hz.
    10-bit (with FRC, up to 120Hz), 8-bit (native, up to 165Hz)
  • A stand that takes up quite a bit of space on the table.


Up to 2100:

Gigabyte FI27Q-P

 

The screen which is Complete set and gives everything from everything can be read on it HERE.


Positive:

The least positive:

 

  • HDR - MEH !!!
  • Less bright than the competition - 350cdm declared - sometimes up to 400-plus - depending on the panel.


MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD

Positive:

  • Perhaps one of the most Bang 4 the Buck screens there is with a new panel featuring Contrast that surpasses even the NANO .
  • 165hz
  • Defined as a 10-bit screen (8-bit + FRC)
  •  Allows rotation height and rotation on its axis.
  • A variety of connections.
  • Above average quality plastics without creaking.
  • A stand that does not take up much space on the table.

 

The least positive:

 

  • The screen allows the use of 10-bit color depth 1.2 While "sacrificing" the panel's performance to 120 Hz.
    10-bit (with FRC, up to 120Hz), 8-bit (native, up to 165Hz).
  • Less bright than the competition and therefore does not support (nothing High quality computer screens, a standard that requires a brightness of at least 800 nits or more)
  • HDR - MEH !!!
  • Less bright than the competition - 350cdm declared - sometimes up to 400-plus - depending on the panel.

 

 

Dell S2721DGFA 

 

Positive:

  • NANO IPS
  • 10bit
  • 165hz native
  •  Allows rotation height and rotation on its axis.
  • A variety of connections.
  • Much excellent quality.
  • DP 1.4
  • A stand that does not take up much space on the table.

 

Least Positive:

 

  • Hard to get.

 

 

 

You can read a comprehensive review of it HERE.

 

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To summarize the matter for you:

If you want to take a screen, pay less and enjoy most of the features since change like DP1.4, NATIVE 165HZ, 10bit IPS then theHP X27Q
Would be a great option it has all the features to break legs like Bang4 The Buck has battles here but not everyone it matters.

 

If you want to go ALL IN then these are the screens :

 

Dell S2721DGFA - Gives everything from everything - perhaps the most successful screen for this year, you get everything you want and more.

If you did not find the following options then MSI Optix MAG274QRF-QD \ Gigabyte FI27Q-P Will be the same for you, with a tendency towards the Because of the use of DP1.4 which is not in.

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A review of the screen I saw on YouTube explicitly says that for Gsync support you need a DP connection. This is important because I use RTX2060.

Sounds weird to me and to me it's a disadvantage.

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