32GK850G could be China "Panda" panel.

#1
Lim, maybe we are wrong, It could be not AUO, and Samsung too
It could be China "Panda" panel...

I just found a Russia review

ПРЯМО В ЦЕЛЬ! ОБЗОР И ТЕСТИРОВАНИЕ WQHD МОНИТОРА LG 32GK850G-B
https://4k-monitor.ru/reviews/obzor_lg_32gk850g/

It says
"The Internet is full of rumors about the alleged matrix in the LG 32GK850G and confirmation of the use of the panel from Samsung or AUO has not yet.
Most likely, the Koreans used the development of a little-known company Panda, which manufactures * VA-matrices,
which can be found on some models from AOC and Philips."

"Comparing the novelty with competitors based on SVA-panels from Samsung, it should be noted that the difference for the end user will not be fundamental.
On some transitions faster * VA-panel from the alleged company Panda, on others - SVA from Samsung.
If you have a principle based on this technology and require a high speed, then choose according to the capabilities and requirements for adaptive synchronization systems."

And I check PCmonitors review,

https://pcmonitors.info/reviews/aoc-q3279vwf/
AOC Q3279VWF review include a pixel picture.
Image

It looks like... also 6 sub-pixel system too..
Maybe it is the most possible answer..
Even I believe...

And like you said,
"text inversion" even because LG use "Panda" panel, so got better result..

How you think about this theory?

Re: 32GK850G could be China "Panda" panel.

#2
Really weird but I found the Samsung faster than the panel in the LG, especially because of more visible smearing. I mean if someone is measuring the response time with an oscilloscope I cannot really understand how it says that the LG is faster when I can tell with the naked eye more smearing on the LG monitor .... :/ So damn complicated.
And like you said,
"text inversion" even because LG use "Panda" panel, so got better result..
Maybe it is not a Samsung/AUO panel. But the "glow" would be typical AUO ... really hard to tell :)

Re: 32GK850G could be China "Panda" panel.

#3
lim wrote:
11 Apr 2018, 17:39
Really weird but I found the Samsung faster than the panel in the LG, especially because of more visible smearing. I mean if someone is measuring the response time with an oscilloscope I cannot really understand how it says that the LG is faster when I can tell with the naked eye more smearing on the LG monitor .... :/ So damn complicated.
And like you said,
"text inversion" even because LG use "Panda" panel, so got better result..
Maybe it is not a Samsung/AUO panel. But the "glow" would be typical AUO ... really hard to tell :)
Image

I try to collect AUO VA(XG35VQ), SAMSUNG VA(C34F791), LG 32GK850G, Pixel close shot.
and put it together.

XG35VQ
https://www.ixbt.com/3dv/asus-rog-strix ... eview.html

C34F791
https://www.reddit.com/r/ultrawidemaste ... ips_vs_va/

32GK850G
https://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=28:29628:64#64

I think 32GK850G pixel is pretty look like SAMSUNG VA.
XG35VQ is AUO VA, but there's not even close.

If picture are real, depend on this, now in my guess,
I think 32GK850G still should be Samsung's VA panel.

And I try to ask LG korea what panel is used at this model.
Sure, they say they can't offer any panel information.

Just want to figure out, so difficult.. (cryㅠㅠ)

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