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    Default TN vs VA pannel monitor.

    Can someone put some light on TN and VA pannel monitors for gaming purpose.\

    Pls compare these 2 and which one will be beter.

    MSI Optix MAG241C vs LG 24GL600F-B

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahimspider View Post
    Can someone put some light on TN and VA pannel monitors for gaming purpose.\

    Pls compare these 2 and which one will be beter.

    MSI Optix MAG241C vs LG 24GL600F-B
    VA mane VALO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    VA mane VALO.


    so u prefer MSI one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahimspider View Post


    so u prefer MSI one?
    I prefer IPS. Good quality, gaming grade IPS

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    The LG is probably a 6bit monitor with FRC but should be really good for gaming because of low input lag. The MSI being a VA has better colors (deep blacks), but has a bit more input lag compared to the LG.

    Though the latency shouldn't matter much unless you are playing very competitively where each milliseconds count.

    See if this becomes available before you decide to buy: https://www.techlandbd.com/computer-...gaming-monitor

    It's a 24inch, IPS, and 144Hz display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    The LG is probably a 6bit monitor with FRC but should be really good for gaming because of low input lag. The MSI being a VA has better colors (deep blacks), but has a bit more input lag compared to the LG.

    Though the latency shouldn't matter much unless you are playing very competitively where each milliseconds count.

    See if this becomes available before you decide to buy: https://www.techlandbd.com/computer-...gaming-monitor

    It's a 24inch, IPS, and 144Hz display.
    daam hobe 44,000/=

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    daam hobe 44,000/=
    44k!? U r guessing or for sure?

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    Using MSI Optix MAG321CQR

    https://www.techlandbd.com/computer-...gaming-monitor

    Loving the monitor.

    The colors at the default setting was quite washed out but once I changed the preset to "designer" the colors became comparable to my previous IPS monitor
    http://ucc-bd.com/viewsonic-monitor-...itor-hdmi.html

    I didn't go around doing a in depth comparison but the fact that it can feel comparable to a IPS panel in terms of color is enough for me. Plus the black levels are much better and there is less backlight bleed on this then my Viewsonic monitor.

    Overall I am quite happy with it.

    Also, Gsync worked with right out of the box so yay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahimspider View Post
    44k!? U r guessing or for sure?
    beshio hoite pare

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    TN প্যানেলের ভিউইং এঙ্গেল বিরক্তিকর লাগে, VA তে ভালো কন্ট্রাস্ট রেশিও পাওয়া যায়, ডিপ ব্ল্যাক কালারটা ভালো দেখা যায়, সাথে ভিউইং এঙ্গেলটাও IPS এর মত পাবেন। বাট একুরেট কালারের জন্য IPS প্যানেল বেস্ট। আইপিএস এর মত বেটার কালার অন্য প্যানেল গুলাতে হয় না, গেমিং এর পাশাপাশি মুভি এবং মিডিয়া দেখে আরাম পাওয়া যায়। আমি গেমিং এর জন্য আইপিএস মনিটর ইউজ করি (viewsonic vx3276), গেমিং এর সাথে মুভি দেখেও সেই মজা। জিপিউ ভালো থাকলে 2K তে শিফট করেন, Asus Vx24ah টা দেখতে পারেন, 27K মে বি।

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    TN = best for gaming. acceptable (sometimes better than VA) color accuracy in new panels (look fpr models released 2018-2019). subapar contrast ratio <1000:1 usually. so not very dark blacks like VA but don't have issues like IPS glow or backloght bleed. some have color banding issue though it varies model per model.

    IPS: good compromise between color accuracy and gaming. usually best color accuracy of the three lcd tech. better than tn contrast at usually >1000:1. pixel response is not as fast as tn but not as slow as va, so usually no ghosting/trailing issue. has much higher defective rate. has issues like ips glow and back light bleed.

    VA = best for movie watching tbh, nothing else. modern tn panels are matching or surpassing va in color accuracy. Can't match IPS viewing angle so even movie watching (with family or friends) is bit of a stretch. contrast ratio is usually 3000:1 so very dark blacks, yes. slowest pixel response time too. so usually people see ghosting/trailing effects.

    to recap, contrast (more is better) : va >>> ips > tn
    response time (less is better) (affects ghosting) : tn > ips > va
    color accuracy : ips > va ≈ tn
    viewing angle : ips >> va > tn

    in case of OP, choose the LG. All modern curved VA are samsung made and because of pixel structure or sth texts are blurry on these panels. So not only VAs bad for gaming,now you can't even do normal work with them.

    Or if you can wait, wait for AOC 24G2U techland is gonna bring. don't listen to veggard. since it sells for same price as LG 24GL600F outside shouldn't be more than that.

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    AOC 24G2U eta asbe kobe?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    since it sells for same price as LG 24GL600F outside shouldn't be more than that.
    I really hope it's within 24k like the LG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    TN = best for gaming. acceptable (sometimes better than VA) color accuracy in new panels (look fpr models released 2018-2019). subapar contrast ratio <1000:1 usually. so not very dark blacks like VA but don't have issues like IPS glow or backloght bleed. some have color banding issue though it varies model per model.
    There is no IPS glow for sure, but what you mean TN panels don't have backlight bleed? My old TN monitor started hacing backlight bleed on all 4 edges of the screen later on in its life. Or was it something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    There is no IPS glow for sure, but what you mean TN panels don't have backlight bleed? My old TN monitor started hacing backlight bleed on all 4 edges of the screen later on in its life. Or was it something else?

    my samsung monitor have similar issue and its a TN panel from 2009 so pretty much sure it can happen to any panels

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    Va panel e tn theke colour contrast better, slow pixel response er motion blur sob lcd tei ase, only oled is better but out of most people's budget sadly

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    Va panel e tn theke colour contrast better, slow pixel response er motion blur sob lcd tei ase, only oled is better but out of most people's budget sadly

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