TOURNAMENT: The Iiyama G-Master GB2488HSU-B3 Red Eagle. Unknown and very good.
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Contrast, Brightness, and Blackpoint:
Presets and Measurements:
Measurements with optimal settings (without calibration):
Measurements after calibration:
Ufo-Test Images / Text-Scrolling Test / Chase-Square Test / Eiffelturm-Test / Freesync-Overclocking
According overclocking the freesync range you need a tool called "ToastyX Custom Resolution Utility" (CRU) whichcan be downloaded here.
Currently no Updates.
Pros & Cons
- Very good homogeneity (no clouding, and a tiny bit backlight bleed)
- Very good colors (you have to set gamma to around 2.2 within software!)
- Excellent price performance ratio
- Very good blacks for a TN panel
- Excellent overdrive settings
- USB Hub with 2 x USB 3.0
- Good build quality
- Good foot stand & cable management
- Easy OSD overview & 3 own presets
- Black Equalizer
- A bit washed out colors (out of the box) without gamma setting changes within graphics card software or hardware calibration
- Matte panel coating (Still less matt and better compared to the Asus PG278QR for example)
- Navigation through touch buttons (not as responsive as physical buttons and a joystick)
- Freesync with a range from 35-120Hz (with CRU 59-144 Hz)
- No backlight strobing / backlight scanning feature
- Bad gamma settings out of the box + no gamma settings within the OSD (before you buy, check if you can change gamma settings)
- Minimal amount of backlight bleed on the lower right - on my unit