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    Default Which MONITOR will be better??

    Which of these two will be better??
    ViewSonic vx2276-shd or
    LG MK600m
    Budget is 10-11K or is there any other option than these two within the budget??

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    LGMK600M has a compromised panel these days. Choose something else.

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    What do you mean by compromised panel and what about the ViewSonic one?? Should i go for it?? And can you suggest something else??

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilgamer View Post
    Which of these two will be better??
    ViewSonic vx2276-shd or
    LG MK600m
    Budget is 10-11K or is there any other option than these two within the budget??
    Gentleman Jack

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    Gentleman jack???

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    BenQ GW2283 21.5 Inch Eye-care Stylish Full HD IPS Monitor

    ASUS VP228HE 21.5" Full HD 1ms Low Blue Light Flicker Free Gaming Monitor

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilgamer View Post
    Gentleman jack???
    Yeah, Gentleman Jack, that's a VR enable monitor. Will display things without any other hardware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilgamer View Post
    What do you mean by compromised panel ??
    [Warning, may cause seizure if you have epileptic seizure issue] [In that case just see the video in slow motion]

    https://youtu.be/-FDIC9lkOpg

    ^ This is how badly my monitor starts to flicker and have image retention.



    Do note that I didn't find this issue initially.

    I first found out the issue while playing a game called "MDK" and the muzzle flash of the gun caused image retention on that specific part of the monitor.
    The second time I faced this issue again was when using FCAT on RTSS, the image retention/ flickering appeared again. After that I faced this issue multiple times when there was any kind of high contrast muzzle flash in games or anything that had continous flashing.


    I never had this issue with my old laptop from 2009 and my previous 900p LCD monitor that I had been using for years.



    I aksed one of my friends to test if his monitor [different monitor] had the same issue and while there was image retention/ flickering on his monitor too- it wasn't as pronounced as mine and it lasted for only 20-30 seconds.
    On my monitor, the image retention remains for 5-6 monutes, which is too long. Even if muzzle flash is on the screen for like for 10-15 seconds, the retention stays for 5-6 mins.



    I RMA'd the monitor once and they gave me another one with a dead pixel and un-uniformed brightness [and yes the retention problem was still there]. I contacted them again and then tested 3 more units and all of them had the same issue and they refused changing the monitor model saying the image retention is not an issue [even if I get it after playing some games]. So I just had to take one without dead pixel.








    With all that said, here is the same model my friend bought back in late 2018 and the image retention while present, isn't as horribly noticeable on his one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMnDPFgN-68



    So I personally do not recommend this monitor at all. But if you're fine with image retention problem, then I guess you can get this monitor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami 1999 View Post
    [Warning, may cause seizure if you have epileptic seizure issue] [In that case just see the video in slow motion]

    https://youtu.be/-FDIC9lkOpg

    ^ This is how badly my monitor starts to flicker and have image retention.



    Do note that I didn't find this issue initially.

    I first found out the issue while playing a game called "MDK" and the muzzle flash of the gun caused image retention on that specific part of the monitor.
    The second time I faced this issue again was when using FCAT on RTSS, the image retention/ flickering appeared again. After that I faced this issue multiple times when there was any kind of high contrast muzzle flash in games or anything that had continous flashing.


    I never had this issue with my old laptop from 2009 and my previous 900p LCD monitor that I had been using for years.



    I aksed one of my friends to test if his monitor [different monitor] had the same issue and while there was image retention/ flickering on his monitor too- it wasn't as pronounced as mine and it lasted for only 20-30 seconds.
    On my monitor, the image retention remains for 5-6 monutes, which is too long. Even if muzzle flash is on the screen for like for 10-15 seconds, the retention stays for 5-6 mins.



    I RMA'd the monitor once and they gave me another one with a dead pixel and un-uniformed brightness [and yes the retention problem was still there]. I contacted them again and then tested 3 more units and all of them had the same issue and they refused changing the monitor model saying the image retention is not an issue [even if I get it after playing some games]. So I just had to take one without dead pixel.








    With all that said, here is the same model my friend bought back in late 2018 and the image retention while present, isn't as horribly noticeable on his one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMnDPFgN-68



    So I personally do not recommend this monitor at all. But if you're fine with image retention problem, then I guess you can get this monitor.
    Did you try changing your Crosstalk settings and Vertical total?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Did you try changing your Crosstalk settings and Vertical total?
    Increasing vertical total than what it was by default caused my monitor to go out of range. Yes I was able to increase the vert total slightly by 50-60p more but that didn't do a thing. Reducing vertical total didn't help either.

    Also it's definitely not a convenient thing to do. Even if I got fruitable results with it, I expect the thing to work out of the box with default settings [the one my friend uses is at default settings and there isn't any drastic image retention on his]. But yeah, changing the total vertical pixel didn't work unfortunately.




    Anyway, I've learnt my lesson. Next time I'll do this flicker test before I buy a monitor. It's clear that they won't RMA/ change my monitor for image retention issue since they don't consider it as a problem.

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