Author Topic: Dell S2719DGF Review: Matte 27" 2560x1440 144hz AUO TN Panel with AMD Free-Sync  (Read 8244 times)

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« on: September 28, 2018, 07:42:40 pm »
Lights On Comparisons

All monitors had their brightness settings reduced to output 140cdm/2 before and after calibration.  I had to reduce the S2719DGF's Contrast setting to calibrate it which is why the contrast dropped to 680:1.  A 2200 lumen 5000k LED ceiling light is the only light source.

To properly compare the photos right click on the photos and closely inspect larger versions in a new tab, especially if experiencing trouble with the spoiler pop downs.  Since the S2719DGF has nearly perfect preset color accuracy the main difference seen in the photos is caused by the brightness and darkness of colors and shades which is determined by the preset gamma which is too low, and results in colors and shades being brighter, or more washed out than they're supposed to be.  The un-calibrated versus calibrated differences are very obvious when comparing a TN panel with low gamma and vertical gamma shift to an AHVA/IPS/PLS or VA (A-MVA, S-MVA, S-PVA, ect) panel.

Dell S2719DGF ICC Profile Off
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Dell S2719DGF ICC Profile On
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Dell S2719DGF PS4 Pro; The Order 1886
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Acer G257HU PS4 Pro; The Order 1886
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Viewsonic XG2402 60hz; Connected to PS4 Pro
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Dell S2719DGF PS4 Pro Destiny 2: Forsaken
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Acer G257HU PS4 Pro; Destiny 2: Forsaken
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« Last Edit: April 26, 2019, 07:46:08 pm by NCX »