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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    dude. You are not supposed to be in this thread or buy this monitor if you don't know what those things mean
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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycrow View Post
    Can anyone confirm if this PG27UQ screen have back light bleeding or any lights comining from the corners or the bezels or did they fix it ?
    Mine has no bleeding at all. No need pictures then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    dude. You are not supposed to be in this thread or buy this monitor if you don't know what those things mean
    This exactly....

    This monitor is as good as a OLED using LCD tech, GL getting anything better. Mini LEd version will prob still cost 2000 or even 2500

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    Quote Originally Posted by KOT0005 View Post
    This exactly....

    This monitor is as good as a OLED using LCD tech, GL getting anything better. Mini LEd version will prob still cost 2000 or even 2500
    Obviously! PG27UQ costs $3,050 from the CHEAPEST seller here!!!*
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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Obviously! PG27UQ costs $3,050 from the CHEAPEST seller here!!!*
    This scares me to think of how much this thing will cost when it arrives in my country. PC components here usually have 25%-50% markup to North America price.

    TV, on the other hand, is super cheap here. Just bought a 55 inch OLED C7 for $1200. If PG27UQ is too expensive and when I test the monitor the blooming is too much or the image quality is too inferior compared to oled, I'll go for Sony XE93 which costs half. Sacrifice Gsync, 144Hz and low input lag & wait for miniLED.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    This scares me to think of how much this thing will cost when it arrives in my country. PC components here usually have 25%-50% markup to North America price.

    TV, on the other hand, is super cheap here. Just bought a 55 inch OLED C7 for $1200. If PG27UQ is too expensive and when I test the monitor the blooming is too much or the image quality is too inferior compared to oled, I'll go for Sony XE93 which costs half. Sacrifice Gsync, 144Hz and low input lag & wait for miniLED.
    yeah save up for microLED if you can wait. Unfortunately I can’t as the GPUs would be obsolete by then.*
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    dude. You are not supposed to be in this thread or buy this monitor if you don't know what those things mean
    Relax or chill..im here because im interrested in this screen and what better is to ask people that own it allready ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycrow View Post
    Relax or chill..im here because im interrested in this screen and what better is to ask people that own it allready ?
    Nope. If you’re genuinely interested you would have searched for FALD rather than ask here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Nope. If you’re genuinely interested you would have searched for FALD rather than ask here.
    Dont be so up and high mighty just because you own this screen...Mr rude

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psycrow View Post
    Dont be so up and high mighty just because you own this screen...Mr rude
    i wrote a long text about the FALD and HDR10 standard - but then my pc shutted down and it all was gone...

    so to cut it short:

    a normal monitor uses some LED in the side areas of your screen and emits light to the whole screen...
    therefor it has a static brightness, that goes for the whole screen...

    with FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) there are up to 800 LED's adjusted independently and therefore you can have a dark and a very bright area on screen at the same time...

    haloing comes as a side effect...

    if one LED emits light, but the area on screen surrounding this specific zone is darker...
    some sort of clouding/bloom/halo will appear - just because the LCD pixels can't block the emitted light efficient enough!

    example: a mouse cursor on a black screen...
    around the mouse cursor you will be able to see some sort of raised blacklevel, due to light-leakage...
    but everywhere, where the LEDs are 'off' black is nearly perfect...

    OLED of course has per-pixel-illumination and because of that nothing like halo will occure...!

    next step for FALD - miniLED - smaller LEDs means more and smaller zones - means less light leakage and less haloing!
    step after this microLED - which means every pixel gets its own little LED backlight...
    step after this - real Quantum Dot - every SUB-PIXEL is getting its own self-emitting area!

    the smaller the dimming zones and the more there are - the better the contrast will be!

    watch this to understand the benfits of FALD in general and the disadvantages in its current state on Acer X27 and PG27UQ:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oQ4xV_2EY7s

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