Author Topic: Monoprice 27" 4K RTD2795 IPS Review: Matte 27" 3840x2160 AHVA with AMD Free-Sync  (Read 2266 times)

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^Non Pursuit Photos of the Blur Buster Test UFO Ghosting Test (Default Speed)

The Monoprice only has two overdrive settings, On and Off, and the best setting, On, is turned on by default.

Three 4K monitors are featured in the above ghosting, overdrive or pixel response time comparison along with a flagship 60hz TN panel, the BenQ Zowie RL2460 which has reference quality overdrive, and is one of the very few "1-2ms" TN panels which are faster than 60hz AHVA/IPS/PLS panels and does not suffer from obvious overshoot ghosting.

While not as fast as the TN panel used by the BenQ Zowie RL2460, the Monoprice 274K offers very fast or top tier pixel response times for a 60hz monitor, is free from obvious overshoot ghosting, and offers better overdrive than many "1-2ms" TN panels. Color streaking is very minimal, the Monoprice is free from long color smears and streaks unlike VA panels, and it offers slightly faster pixel response times (less color streaking) along with less overshoot than my Viewsonic VP2780-4K, though it is a 2015 monitor while the Monoprice is a 2017 monitor. The Monoprice is also marginally slower than the Acer XB321HK, but not noticeably so.

There is a clear difference between the Acer, BenQ, Monoprice versus Viewsonic when both gaming and looking at ghosting tests while the difference between the Acer, BenQ and Monoprice is minute. The overdrive is extremely well balanced, free from issues and should satisfy all 60hz gamers.