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Old Mar 17, 2021, 07:56 AM   #4
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Now i know why the MSI have colors way off than Benq.Is not only the calibration.

https://gamingrig.com/lcd-display-panel-types/

It has an AHVA panel made by AU Optronics and this is derivative from IPS


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AHVA panel
The Advanced Hyper-Viewing Angle (AHVA) panel is also a modified version of the IPS panel. This panel was developed by AU Optronics.

Advantages

The AHVA is faster than the IPS panel. This is a good option if you want a faster monitor panel and a better color production than the TN.
AU Optronics offered a 144Hz AHVA panel in 2014. This is a good option for even professional gamers so far they’re not playing ultra-fast games.
The AHVA has excellent viewing angles as you would expect from panels based on the IPS technology.

Disadvantages

Although AHVA’s color production is better than that of the TN monitor panels, it’s not quite as good as the IPS panel.
This could be a case of sacrificing a bit of color for a bit of speed. If you’re only into color quality, the IPS monitor may be your best bet.
If the only feature of a monitor that matters to you is its speed, then you may still find other options apart from AHVA more suitable.
For instance, the TN could be your best option if you’re only looking for raw speed. There are many TN monitors offering refresh rates of 240Hz for ultra-fast games.


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Last edited by badsykes : Mar 17, 2021 at 08:06 AM.
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