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Thread: monitor panel, refreshrate, response time, which one is important?

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    Who wants built in speakers in their monitors?? That's a horrible idea. Output audio jack for the display port audio, sure. But speakers?

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    I am of the same opinion.

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    i ended ordering acer vg240y bmix, it would deliverd aprox 2days, hope this monitor suit my expectations, thx for the advice tho, cheers guys☺️👍

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    finnaly my 1st monitor ever,
    https://pasteboard.co/IuCDf5N.jpg
    definitely not best size but its alr enough rather laptop screen(:

    i make a quick test on all feature, the quailty of image is pretty good, im not sure how freesync work, but i found it useless, the screen still got tear with freesync on, maybe i have a mistake setting it up, got no choice i stick with default vsync, also vrb mode is suck, after turn it on i got zero ghosting but my screen brightness decreased alot, in extreme mode barely see anything its like 10% brightness only, i will testing again soon and make a qyick rewview cheers☺️👍
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    Cool!

    Let us know how you like it. I've been thinking of going from three 24" monitors to a single wide screen.

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    I had to get a screen myself because the PSU for my Samsung S27D850T died (if you know where I could get a spare in Europe, I'm all ears) and decided to go with an LG 32UK550-B...
    32" UHD.
    Well, hope it arrives middle of next week or so...

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    It is almost always capacitors when the power supply of a monitor goes, so if you are handy with a soldering iron you can repair it and have a unit that will probably last longer than before if you use top grade replacements.

    I just realized who I am talking too... oops

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    It is almost always capacitors when the power supply of a monitor goes, so if you are handy with a soldering iron you can repair it and have a unit that will probably last longer than before if you use top grade replacements.
    I just realized who I am talking too... oops
    Yep and its not the Caps. The Caps are fine. Sadly...
    Its some short, maybe Primary Switcher, probably with the Control Circuit...

    When the Fuse is blown, its almost never good...

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