Hello Lim, about 32GK850G.

#1
I just check your review about this monitor
Looks like you think this one should not use Samsung panel.

But as I know, all the Samsung's curved VA are 6 sub-pixel panel.
http://pc114.tistory.com/214

It's not normal RGB, it use double pixel like this.
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"RGB"
"RGB"

https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/asus-xg32vq/
Also like Asus XG32VQ use Samsung panel will look like this
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Normal one should be like this

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And I just found one picture in Korean site
http://www.coolenjoy.net/bbs/31/649547

The 5th picture are take from 32GK850G
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In this picture, it did use 6 sub-pixel panel.

And a friend just help me take a photo from his 32GK850G
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Look also 6 sub-pixel panel


As I know high refresh rate VA panel are only made by Samsung and AUO.
LG doesn't made VA panel,

and AUO doesn't use 6 sub-pixel system, only normal RGB.

So I think this one should be Samsung panel.

How will you think about this?

Still should be AUO panel?

Just want to know what panel it use,
and how will you think about this?

Always thanks for the good review!

Re: Hello Lim, about 32GK850G.

#2
Hey mate, thanks for your input.

I still think it is an AUO Panel even it uses 6 subpixels. I cannot remember yet where I found this information but there are also 2 reasons why it could (or rather should) be an AUO panel (of course I can be wrong)
1. Because of the sRGB color space (why should Samsung "downgrade" in terms of color gamut volume?), Even Samsungs "not QD" panels have a reddish tint and a bit better colors
2. The VA Glow on the LG is more obvious compared to the CHG70 and even on the AOC AG322QCX, which also uses a VA Panel from Samsung. AUO usually has more issues with the VA Glow (HP Omen X35)
3. Those Samsung panels also have less smearing than AUO panels (The CHG70 and the Viewsonic again)

So this would be just some indicators that this isnt a Samsung panel. Even the LGs Panel also has 6-Sub pixels, the text inversion somehow is far far less visible

Re: Hello Lim, about 32GK850G.

#3
lim wrote:
07 Apr 2018, 01:32
Hey mate, thanks for your input.

I still think it is an AUO Panel even it uses 6 subpixels. I cannot remember yet where I found this information but there are also 2 reasons why it could (or rather should) be an AUO panel (of course I can be wrong)
1. Because of the sRGB color space (why should Samsung "downgrade" in terms of color gamut volume?), Even Samsungs "not QD" panels have a reddish tint and a bit better colors
2. The VA Glow on the LG is more obvious compared to the CHG70 and even on the AOC AG322QCX, which also uses a VA Panel from Samsung. AUO usually has more issues with the VA Glow (HP Omen X35)
3. Those Samsung panels also have less smearing than AUO panels (The CHG70 and the Viewsonic again)

So this would be just some indicators that this isnt a Samsung panel. Even the LGs Panel also has 6-Sub pixels, the text inversion somehow is far far less visible
Thanks for the reply.

About point 1,
that could be LG only buy the cell, which is not include backlight part.
http://www.panelook.com/LSM315DP01-M01_ ... 29577.html
http://www.panelook.com/LSM315DP01_Sams ... 29419.html

Check panelook information could found

LSM315DP01&LSM315DP01-M01 these two are only CELL.
Luminance shows 0 cd/m².

Sometime panel are not always included the backlight system to sell other manufacturer.

Just like AG322QCX review by PCmonitors
https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-ag322qcx/
It's shows
"Panel type: TP Vision TMP315B5 DP01 [Samsung LSM315DP01 with custom backlight] SVA (‘Super’ Vertical Alignment) LCD"

Yeah, it's like custom backlight

So LG could only got the cell, and made the backlight by them self.
and color gamut volume are "downgrade"
could because they only use normal backlight system in this panel instead "GB-r LED" or "Nano IPS" tech backlight.


About 2/3 I think you make a good point there

And I got some new information here.

You know now in the market,
there's almost no high refresh rate VA monitor use AUO panel there.
( I search it long time and seem almost nothing in there. )

But there's two new model 31.5" QHD 165hz monitors lunched in Korea,

http://prod.danawa.com/info/?pcode=5502252&cate=112757
http://prod.danawa.com/info/?pcode=5591238&cate=112757

And these two model,
their official Q&A service just said "this monitor use AUO panel"

So I try to find the pixel picture with these product , and I found one in here.
https://blog.naver.com/woosh33/221156778811

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It look like normal RGB pixel system,

My point is, if AUO are also does use 6 sub-pixel,
it should be also happen in here,

but look like AUO didn't use it. (at lease in this model)
And their official Q&A service answer should be right.
(they even said "in the market now, all the 31.5" QHD 165hz model could be only use AUO panel")

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/mo ... _parts.htm
Base on TFTcentral panel part database information, it could be right

Just some other theory why I think it should be Samsung panel,

Because 6 sub-pixel system,
I think Samsung really got bigger chance here,
and AUO really does not have any reason try to use it.

Re: Hello Lim, about 32GK850G.

#4
Thanks for your input. However - Is it important to you which manufacturer has manufactured this panel? As long as everything is fine.. I mean as long there is not such an obvious text inversion as on the Samsung... In addition, the text inversion from the Samsungs is for me personally not really a BIG deal, especially for games. I'm getting used to such things pretty fast. The most disgusting thing for me are homogeneity issues, especially in blacks and Glow problems (:

According to a different backlight method: Yes maybe they are using their own backlight method but here again: As long as I know all pros & cons (and the viewer who is watching a review and searching a new gaming monitor) I'm fine with that. I still need a 1000 fps cam + modded mouse, better software and an Oscilloscope for response time measurements.... Will upload this week a new video and probably another one according to general/overall monitor reviews because It makes no sense (especially for me) to "waste" 30h for a review when I am unboxing a monitor and I can already tell in the first 10 minutes that this is not a good one or a worse one than another model with the same panel. Then this really does not make fun anymore :)

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