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KTC 27 Inch Gaming Monitor, 4K UHD Mini LED Computer Monitor, 160Hz 1ms Fast IPS, HDR1000, Built-in Speakers, Quantum Dot Technology, DeltaE<2, Type-C 90W Reverse Charging, KVM, Adjustable, M27P20P

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That’s something you could consider for SDR gaming too and it was nice to see access to the local dimming Mini LED backlight outside of HDR. now colors are bright and crisp and brightness at times is blinding (especially when a game goes from all black to a solid white screen). The emergence of these monitors on the international stage is marked by their commitment to providing displays that combine functionality with competitive pricing.

We also use an X-rite i1 Pro 2 Spectrophotometer and a X-rite i1 Display Pro Plus colorimeter for various measurements. One of the key benefits of the M27P20 Pro is its 576-zone Mini LED backlight which sets it apart from common edge-lit local dimming monitors, which only have a very limited number of dimming zones, commonly 8 or 16.KTC technical support claims that ALL video cards from NVIDIA do not support frequencies above 144Hz and that this is not a monitor problem, is this true or is KTC not telling us something? The M27P20 Pro also includes a mode for the DCI-P3 colour space, applicable in the HDR content creation and multimedia markets.

kann ich, bleibt aber anfälliger und wird auch mehr Platz einnehmen und ich brauchs schlichtweg nicht. in the ‘High’ local dimming mode small highlights were not as bright though, and did not reach as high as the screen is capable of due to the local dimming nature, and the desire to avoid creating halos or blooming problems.This means it is not part of the Eyesafe certified range of products, as it does not have a blue peak that is outside of the supposed harmful range according to Eyesafe which is 415 – 455nm. The native wide gamut is useful for gaming, HDR and multimedia where you might well prefer the more saturated and vivid colours, and especially for HDR content which is mastered in a wide Rec. For measurement, we use a UPRtek MK550T spectroradiometer which is particularly accurate for colour gamut and colour spectrum measurements. LG 27GL850 August 15, 2019 A detailed look at the new 27″ 1440p high refresh rate IPS gaming display from LG. We’ve already reviewed recently a 27″ 4K model from Cooler Master ( GP27U), a 27″ 1440p resolution model ( GP27Q) also from Cooler Master, and a 34″ ultrawide offering from AOC ( AG344UXM) with Mini LED backlights.

Each zone on this screen is responsible for around 14,400 pixels given the high 4K resolution which obviously isn’t as finite in control as something like OLED which has per-pixel level dimming control.

The accurate color representation ensures that visuals are rendered with precision, making it suitable for creative professionals who rely on color fidelity. With its 4K UHD IPS panel and refresh rate of up to 160Hz, the KTC M27P20 Pro is wonderfully flicker-free and uses Mini LED technology for backlighting. The lack of control over many of the OSD settings is a shame, and leaves us at the mercy of the factory setup, although the DCI-P3 mode is well configured for gamma and white point. We measured a peak brightness of up to 1040 nits, which is in line with the advertised 1000 nits peak brightness. We then enabled adaptive-sync via the OSD menu and tested the screen across a variable refresh rate range at refresh rates of 60, 100 and 144Hz to see how the screen performed in these situations.

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