iiyama G-Master G2470HSU-B1 24 Inch Fast (FLC) IPS LCD, 165 Hz, 0.8 ms, FreeSync Premium, Full HD 1920 x 1080, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 2 x USB, 2 x 2 W Speakers

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iiyama G-Master G2470HSU-B1 24 Inch Fast (FLC) IPS LCD, 165 Hz, 0.8 ms, FreeSync Premium, Full HD 1920 x 1080, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 2 x USB, 2 x 2 W Speakers

iiyama G-Master G2470HSU-B1 24 Inch Fast (FLC) IPS LCD, 165 Hz, 0.8 ms, FreeSync Premium, Full HD 1920 x 1080, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DisplayPort, 2 x USB, 2 x 2 W Speakers

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Additionally, the monitor offers a wide horizontal viewing angle of 178°, enabling comfortable viewing from different positions. I have never met any acceptable built-in monitor speakers, so I did not expect anything good from these.As expected – the bottom.My answer is that I have never heard a worse sound from any source in my entire life.Let me tell you right away – forget that this monitor has speakers.Don’t count on them the same way you don’t count on the scissors inside an inexpensive Swiss knife. Eurostat Electricity Price (as of 1st Half of 2020), ** Consumption duration based on Initiative EnergieEffizienz (as of 2013) The first monitor I got was a Acer XF240QSbiipr - TN. I know, I know, life taught me already, that I should do my research before build literally anything so I read much (for a few days actually) about panels, hz, response rate, yadda yadda. I heard about worse colors, viewing angles and all that, but I haven't had any TNs in years (8-9?) personally, and the ones I had in my previous workplace weren't actually bad for normal text usage. I wanted to test out the function of the newest ones as well. It was ok, the hz jump was nice. Colors were ok after some fiddling in the settings - a bit I could have gotten used to it, I'm sure. But I needed it for vertical use - which on a TN was indeed abyssmal. Nevertheless, if I wanted a pure gaming monitor or even for just daily normal horizontal use, it would have been a nice buy.

In terms of supported graphics resolutions, it works with 1920 x 1080, making it an excellent choice for Full HD content. The contrast ratio, both typical and dynamic, is 1100:1 and 80000000:1 respectively. Luminance is an essential feature on the subject of performance because it affects visual comfort. Additional luminosity is consistently fancied, but not truly fundamental in some contexts. The G-Master G2470HSU-B1 offers 250 candela per square metre. This amount of vividness is not great, specially if it supports High Dynamic Range on the grounds that HDR requires even more nt to show videos in actual HDR. Although it is okay for SDR ones . Iiyama G-Master G2470HSU-B1: Where Do We Stand On It? The explosion in PC gaming has provided significant opportunities for a host of manufacturers. The monitor guys haven't been oblivious to this trend, and iiyama's strongest growth has come from its gaming-focussed division. Now, it’s time to outline a few important factors and what they are by which all monitors should be judged by.There are various panel technologies. Each has its own specific features - viewing angles, color reproduction, response time, brightness/contrast, production cost, etc. The image quality depends directly on the type of the display panel used. OD”, TraceFree” (Asus monitors) or “Overdrive” etc. as it may also be called is a pixels ability to respond to changing from one colour to another, the faster the transition response, the less ghosting or pixel overshoot a monitor will be susceptible to with fast moving objects on screen. Depending on the monitor and refresh rate an overdrive setting that is too weak or too strong might result in ghosting or overshoot, not all monitors have a good Overdrive implementation though causing severe ghosting and blurring, so be mindful of that. A couple of upward-firing speakers are visible on each side of the central vent. They're nothing to write home about, pushing out tinny sound, so anyone desiring more than rudimentary audio needs to look elsewhere.

So yeah, that's the story. Anyone got similar experiences where they tried so many monitors in such a short time? Or any infos on iiyama and their quality? Do you think I should keep it or try getting a replacement (I'm a bit scared of getting much worse glow or more dead pixels on the panel - tho I do debate getting a second same iiyama G-Master just to compare if it would be better/worse)? Will the dead pixels 'summon/kill' more of their siblings XD? Let me know your thoughts/stories below. The pixel pitch shows the distance from the centers of two neighboring pixels. In displays, which have a native resolution (the TFT ones, for example), the pixel pitch depends on the resolution and the size of the screen. The Iiyama G-Master GB2470HSU-B1 is a monitor with a 23.8-inch display diagonal and a native aspect ratio of 16:9. It features an IPS panel type, which offers wide viewing angles and accurate color reproduction. The display resolution is 1920 x 1080 pixels, providing Full HD clarity for your visual content.Approximate height of the display. If the manufacturer does not provide such information, the height is calculated from the diagonal and the aspect ratio.

Information about the brightness of the screen. It is measured in candela per square metre (cd/m²).Novice users need to be aware that iiyama ships this model with the FreeSync Premium support turned off by default, which is strange. The only interruption on the front is a circular blue LED that can also be switched off via the OSD. Image quality is where the 2470HSU puts in a good word for itself, or rather did until the dead pixels issue begun to arise, with an overall nice image aside from it looking a bit washed out in colour due to a lower than ideal sRGB coverage of about 95%, manually increasing the RGB channels by 10% each helped quite a bit though, but still, for an IPS display this really shouldn’t be necessary, at the very least calibrate the default settings better Iiyama.

The static contrast shows the ratio between the brightest and the darkest color, which the display can reproduce simultaneously, for example, within one and the same frame/scene. Settings of the monitor menu itself.It’s very cool that you can set the time after which the menu disappears by itself and turn off the blue LED-LED in the lower right corner of the monitor frame. The most widely used panels are those with 6, 8, and 10 bits for each of the RGB components of the pixel. They provide 18-, 24-, and 30-bit color, respectively. Good color calibration as is, from the factory.Yama’s experience in the production of professional equipment certainly makes itself felt.There was almost nothing to twist in Lutcurve.Better than there is not to do.The monitor initially shows the picture as well as it can.In the end, in fact, I only reduced the amount of green.But I saw an excess of green, in my opinion, on all my monitors, so I suspect that the moment is purely subjective.I actually just wanted to share my story and maybe listen to other peoples choices and experiences with something similar as well. Approximately a month ago I began the search for a new monitor - for the last years I've been using an 17,3'' Laptop, so a jump to about 24'' would already be a big step. The stand provides up to 130mm of height adjustment, which is enough to offer portrait mode at the highest setting. 18° of upward tilt and 3° downwards is standard and it stays fixed in position firmly. In the end, I was happy to spend 16k on this monitor. I got everything that was important to me from him: an excellent monolithic height-adjustable stand that firmly holds the monitor on the table; a good ips-matrix with a high-quality picture with natural colors and really minimal illumination for ips-matrices; 165 Hz. I'm mostly working/reading and casually gaming on it, don't really have time or craving for newest games so it was enough, but recent work really spurred me to get a bigger screen for eyes and watching pleasure. I wanted to get something solid, for when maybe I finally build a solid PC, but yeah... Size class of the display as declared by the manufacturer. Often this is the rounded value of the actual size of the diagonal in inches.

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