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  • mga master pa help nman po anu po bang monitor ang mganda for gaming ??? pinagpipilian q po as of now is AOC I2367Fh ,
    Dell S2340L , HP 23xi [C3Z94AA], Philips 234E5QHSB, LG Flatron 23EA63V-P yan po ung mga pinagpipilian q qng may issugest po kaung iba ok lng bsta ung range nsa 8.5k lng :D haha ok n q s 23 inch monitor plss pa tulong
  • @belphegor13
    mga master pa help nman po anu po bang monitor ang mganda for gaming ??? pinagpipilian q po as of now is AOC I2367Fh ,
    Dell S2340L , HP 23xi [C3Z94AA], Philips 234E5QHSB, LG Flatron 23EA63V-P yan po ung mga pinagpipilian q qng may issugest po kaung iba ok lng bsta ung range nsa 8.5k lng :D haha ok n q s 23 inch monitor plss pa tulong

    Among your choices I would suggest these monitors:

    - LG 23EA63V-P
    - Dell S2340L
    - AOC I2367Fh

    Among the three my first pick would be LG 23EA63V-P since it has HDMI and DVI-D inputs. Mas prefer ko ang DVI-D connections for PC monitors since automatically ma-set siya ang color range to RGB (0-255) and also pwede mo i-lock ang cable connector dahil may screws siya.

    If you want to try a non-IPS panel monitor, another good option is BenQ GW2450HM which uses an AMVA panel. Best feature niya is the high static contrast ratio which makes it good for movies and games and hindi siya prone to backlight bleeding. It also has 4ms GTG response time and DVI-D + HDMI inputs and the monitor is slightly larger at 24-inches instead of 23-inches :-)
  • @all

    question lang po, ano magandang 27" monitor for gaming, photoshop and video editing? passugest naman po ng items na less than at more than 20k para mapagipunan kung sakali :)

    hindi ba masakit sa mata pag 27" ang monitor ng pc mo or ok na ang 24"?
  • ^Generally, in most computing applications, ok na ang 24-inches (even 23-inches is fine) - you only use 24 kapag 1920X1200 - otherwise there is no sense for a 1-inch upgrade from 23, kung pareho din lang naman ng resolution. - also, taking the price difference in consideration.

    more than 20K:

    Dell U2713
    Asus PB278Q

    Less than 20K:

    Dell S2740L - 17K.
  • Passugest naman po kung ano mas ok sa DELL S2340L vs ASUS vs239H
  • @sleepygeepy

    so ngaun po ang pnagpipilian ko nlng is ung lg23ea63v-p at yang benQ GW2450HM :))

    sbi kc ng tropa q mas live daw ang colors ng ips kaya gusto ko sana mag ips pero more on gaming aq about amva panel nman wala aqng background about dyan

    -- edited by belphegor13 on Apr 13 2014, 02:30 PM
  • @belphegor13

    IPS and VA panels are kind of similar. both have good viewing angles. some people prefer IPS and some prefer the VA. but for gaming the GW2450 may have the advantage because of the lower response time and AMA technology that helps smoothen the motion in fps games.
  • @belphegor13
    sbi kc ng tropa q mas live daw ang colors ng ips kaya gusto ko sana mag ips pero more on gaming aq about amva panel nman wala aqng background about dyan

    Ang maganda sa IPS is vibrant ang colors niya at hindi dull looking ang screen so kapag nag view ka ng photos, videos, websites etc. parang buhay na buhay ang image. First impression ko sa IPS is parang nag vi-view ka ng high-end smartphone screen but only bigger in size. When it comes to viewing angles, the best ang IPS kasi even kung view mo ang monitor from extreme side-to-side angles hindi nagbabago ang colors.

    Sa AMVA panel naman ang strong point niya para sa akin is yung mataas na static contrast ratio. So sa games and movies kapag nag view ka ng mga dark scenes or dark images, kitang kita mo ang detail at maganda ang gradual shading ng colors from light to dark and vice-versa. Kung mahilig ka manood ng movies or play games especially in a dim or dark room, dun mo talaga ma-appreciate ang AMVA panel. May konting color shifting ka makikita kung i-view mo ang monitor at an extreme angle, pero hindi naman siya mapapansin even if 2-3 people watch the monitor side by side from 2-3 feet away.

    When it comes to games both LG 23EA63V-P and BenQ GW2450HM will offer a good gameplay experience since both have fast enough response times for casual gaming on PC or console. So wala ka naman mapapansin na ghosting masyado unless mabilis na fps twitch game ang nilalaro mo like Counterstrike. For competitive gamers, may slight edge ang BenQ GW2450HM dahil mababa ang input lag niya but in my opinion TN-panel or CRT monitor ang best choice for competitive ~ pro-level gaming.

    One benefit ang napansin ko sa BenQ GW2450HM is rarely ka makakakita ng backlight bleed sa brand new units, unless napaka-lemon quality ng monitor ang nabili mo. Major issue kasi sa pagbili ng IPS monitor is not only you have to watch-out for dead pixels but you have to look for a monitor with minimal backlight bleed. Since common ang backlight bleed sa entry-level IPS monitors napaka-hassle pumunta sa ibat-ibang PC shop para makahanap ng unit na konti ang backlight bleed. Ito din ang reason kung bakit madami ang nahihirapan bumili ng value oriented IPS monitor tulad ng ASUS VX239H.

    Pero kung matiyaga ka naman maghanap and mangulit sa staff ng PC shops, worth it naman kung makabili ka ng IPS monitor with minimal backlight bleed :-)
  • @sleepygeepy


    tnx po s info :))) ill update pag nkabili nq ng monitor ko mdaming slamat po master hahaha

  • One benefit ang napansin ko sa BenQ GW2450HM is rarely ka makakakita ng backlight bleed sa brand new units, unless napaka-lemon quality ng monitor ang nabili mo. Major issue kasi sa pagbili ng IPS monitor is not only you have to watch-out for dead pixels but you have to look for a monitor with minimal backlight bleed. Since common ang backlight bleed sa entry-level IPS monitors napaka-hassle pumunta sa ibat-ibang PC shop para makahanap ng unit na konti ang backlight bleed. Ito din ang reason kung bakit madami ang nahihirapan bumili ng value oriented IPS monitor tulad ng ASUS VX239H.

    Pero kung matiyaga ka naman maghanap and mangulit sa staff ng PC shops, worth it naman kung makabili ka ng IPS monitor with minimal backlight bleed :-)


    I couldn't agree more on this. Talagang mahirap makakuha ng unit na almost perfect. - However, I believe na yung backlight bleeding issue is caused by the backlight, and not the panel itself - be it TN, VA, or IPS.... -- prominent ang bleeding issue sa LED backlit monitors. Sa mga older monitors naman (regardless of the type) that uses CCFL backlighting - napakabihira ng may backlight bleed issue :)

    Ganyan din experience ko with my Asus PA248QJ - yung unang unit na nakuha ko may bleeding issues - which sad to say, only occurs after a few hours of usage, so there's no way for you to see it din agad while testing sa store... I went through the hassle of traveling all the way from Imus, Cavite to Gilmore para papalitan ng bagong unit. Buti na lang napalitan ng bagong unit na walang issues.
  • About 'ghosting'

    I really don't get it why a lot of people are testing it on a FPS game or racing game... when testing ghosting is much better to see and judge on 2D games like Red Alert2, Little Big Planet, Sonic the Hedghog, Starcraft 2..

    Pati nga sa pagdrag ng restored window, mas ok pa pangtest yun eh.. kasi sobrang hindi talaga noticeable ang ghosting pag sa 3D games.
  • ^Maybe because nobody's playing those games anymore. hehehe :)
  • @Ibzmav
    About 'ghosting'

    I really don't get it why a lot of people are testing it on a FPS game or racing game... when testing ghosting is much better to see and judge on 2D games like Red Alert2, Little Big Planet, Sonic the Hedghog, Starcraft 2..

    Pati nga sa pagdrag ng restored window, mas ok pa pangtest yun eh.. kasi sobrang hindi talaga noticeable ang ghosting pag sa 3D games.

    Most professional monitor reviewers use PixPerAn in combination with a high speed camera to test for ghosting. PixPerAn uses a fast side-scrolling 2D image that is similar to the 2D games you mentioned:

    PixPerAn Sample Screen
    External Image


    I don't believe any would be monitor buyer would test for ghosting using an FPS game or a racing game. Because to set it up in the shop before buying the monitor would be impractical and awkward (unless they bring their own PC with the FPS / racing game installed). So most of the people here base it on professional reviews that use the PixPerAn test before choosing a monitor :-)

    Also some 2D games (like Sonic the Hedgehog) have their own blur-effects built-in. So its possible that the game intentionally shows ghosting on the screen as a graphics effect to simulate blurring at high speed. I think some applications also intentionally do this, similar to activating pointer mouse trails when you move your mouse. So the ghosting might not be the fault of the monitor but intentionally done by the application or game.

    A very good test for ghosting is the UFO Motion Test from Blur Busters, and this is what I know many people use:

    Blur Busters - UFO Ghosting Test
    <click here for link>

    -- edited by sleepygeepy on Apr 14 2014, 11:48 AM
  • Pa-suggest po kung ano mas OK:

    15.6"

    AOC E1660SW
    LG 16EN33S

    18.5"
    BenQ GL955A
    AOC E970Swn
    LG 19EN33S

    Meron po bang mga reports ng defects?

    TIA!
  • Magkaroon kaya satin nito?

    External Image

    http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS24D590PL/ZA

    I'm currently eyeing the VX239H, pero medyo natuturnoff ako sa base, balak ko kasi mag multi-monitor hehe.

    Type ko yung sa samsung, pero wala pa dito sa tpc.

    May iba pa bang IPS na monitor na parang ganyan yung base?
  • dell ips ka nalang parang ganyan itsura

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