How come that every IPS G-sync monitor i've tried is yellow on the left side and blue on the right side. Is this normal?
Hmm, not really :O The worst uniformity in an IPS panel currently I saw was the Acer XF270HUA, but I'm sure that this will differ again within each individual unit.
cause it is really visible while im browsering on the web, i mean greys and whites are different on each side, and i really notice this sometimes even while gaming (in some menu screens).
This is exactly that what bothered me on the mentioned Acer while I don't recognize this on my Viewsonic
This friday i will buy my X-Rite i1 Pro...maybe there is some trick to solve this or at least to make it less noticeable.
I don't think that an ICC profile would help in this case, unfortunately. Consider that game does not read ICC profiles. You can test this easily while installing an ICC profile, open a picture in a software which supports ICC profiles (photoshop for example) and open that same picture on desktop + compare. Then you should notice a clear difference
I really hope that panels like the PG35VQ and the PG27UQ will be without flaws in terms of uniformity and blacks.
With that much dimming direct LED's I really would wonder if they wouldn't. Even my 64 dimming zones TV looks close to perfect (but it's VA).
I am not positive with the 32gk850g cause its still IPS...what do you think?
I've heard that the LG finally is a VA panel. I will give all monitors a try - hard to say how "new" panels will perform. Current 32 Inch VA Panels probably all are using Samsung panels (Asus, Acer, AOC, Viewsonic..)
If the homogeneity from the Viewsonic bothers you too much, then I probably would exchange. I'm currently also thinking about to getting simply a TN for gaming and an IPS for everything else - If I just could get an IPS panel with the homogeneity + Glow conditions from the Eizo FS2735 - But I assume that it was a golden sample T_T