Question AOC Q3279VWFD8 vs Samsung U32J590 vs Philips 328B6QJEB? Help me to choose ?

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Hi everyone, i hope everyone healthy.

I want best picture quality between these 3 monitor. My usage is coding, movies, a little bit gaming. Picture quality and colors are most important thing.

Please dont recommend different monitor because alternatives not exist in my country.


AOC Q3279VWFD8:

2K

IPS Panel ( 8Bit + FRC )

%84 Adobe RGB, %98 sRGB

AMD FreeSync

75Hz


Samsung U32J590:

4K

MVA Panel (True 10Bit)

%88 Adobe RGB, %100 sRGB

AMD FreeSync

60Hz



Philips 328B6QJEB:

2K

IPS Panel ( 8Bit + FRC )

%110 NTSC 1953, %128sRGB

60Hz



True 10Bit and 4K looks like great, i would like to hear your opinions.
 
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Mrgr74

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Hi everyone, i hope everyone healthy.

I want best picture quality between these 3 monitor. My usage is coding, movies, a little bit gaming. Picture quality and colors are most important thing.

Please dont recommend different monitor because alternatives not exist in my country.


AOC Q3279VWFD8:

2K

IPS Panel ( 8Bit + FRC )

%84 Adobe RGB, %98 sRGB

AMD FreeSync

75Hz


Samsung U32J590:

4K

MVA Panel (True 10Bit)

%88 Adobe RGB, %100 sRGB

AMD FreeSync

60Hz



Philips 328B6QJEB:

2K

IPS Panel ( 8Bit + FRC )

%110 NTSC 1953, %128sRGB

60Hz



True 10Bit and 4K looks like great, i would like to hear your opinions.
Hi @coolnext4

Here is a review of the Samsung you might be interested in. I've personally found their recommendations to be spot on with monitors I bought in the past after reading their reviews. While 4k is nice, this monitor didn't seem to fare too badly with an overall score of 7.2/10. It's not very bright though.

The AOC looks like a nice 1440p monitor and got generally good reviews from most of the local retailers in my area here in the US. Might be worth a closer look. Here's a video review.

As for the Phillips, here is a review for it. Not overly exciting.

Let us know what you end up getting. :)
 
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Sep 27, 2020
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Hi @coolnext4

Here is a review of the Samsung you might be interested in. I've personally found their recommendations to be spot on with monitors I bought in the past after reading their reviews. While 4k is nice, this monitor didn't seem to fare too badly with an overall score of 7.2/10. It's not very bright though.

The AOC looks like a nice 1440p monitor and got generally good reviews from most of the local retailers in my area here in the US. Might be worth a closer look. Here's a video review.

As for the Phillips, here is a review for it. Not overly exciting.

Let us know what you end up getting. :)
I read all reviews before. Only one thing makes me confuses. IPS 2K 8Bit+FRC vs MVA 4K 10Bit ?

I know IPS have more wide viewing angle, better color reproduction and low contrast ratio. But True 10Bit and 4K at 32" must be amazing also i am gonna look at monitor directly.

I am currently using ViewSonic VA2855smh it has 8 Bit VA panel, i compare colors with my MacBook Pro 2020 13". Both looks amazing.

I think i will go with Samsung U32J590.

What about your choice between these 3 ?
 

Mrgr74

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I read all reviews before. Only one thing makes me confuses. IPS 2K 8Bit+FRC vs MVA 4K 10Bit ?

I know IPS have more wide viewing angle, better color reproduction and low contrast ratio. But True 10Bit and 4K at 32" must be amazing also i am gonna look at monitor directly.

I am currently using ViewSonic VA2855smh it has 8 Bit VA panel, i compare colors with my MacBook Pro 2020 13". Both looks amazing.

I think i will go with Samsung U32J590.

What about your choice between these 3 ?
Samsung are known for their reliability and while I'm as far from being an expert on TV's & monitors as I am from walking on the moon, I've never seen a 4K I didn't like for one reason or another. Be it for gaming or for productivity. Here is an older post on Tom's I just found. A quick scan through it makes me say the 4K would be the better choice if you plan on productivity over gaming.

It does go without saying that not all 4K's are alike. If you have the ability to go and see the monitor in person, I would highly advise you to go and do so.

Whats the rest of your PC's hardware look like?

At a glance:

Samsung
  • Screen Size: 32Inches
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160 4K
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Panel Technology: Vertical Alignment (VA)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Response Time:4 ms
  • Contrast Ratio:3000:1
  • Brightness: 270cd/m²
  • Built-in Speakers: Yes
  • Stand: Height – No
  • Stand: Tilt – Yes
  • Stand: Swivel – No
  • Stand: Pivot– No
  • VESA Compatibility: Yes (100 x 100)
  • Connectivity: DisplayPort 1.2 x 1, HDMI 2.0 x 1, HDMI 1.4 x 1, 5mm Audio Jack
  • Dimensions: (W x H x D): 28.72” x 21.04” x 9.86”
  • Weight: 13.89 lbs
AOC
  • Screen size: 31.5 inches
  • Panel type: TPV TPT315B5-QHBN0 [BOE IPS-ADS (In-Plane Switching type) based] LCD
  • Native resolution: 2560 x 1440
  • Typical maximum brightness: 250 cd/m²
  • Colour support: 1.07 billion (8-bits per subpixel plus dithering)
  • Response time (G2G): 5ms
  • Refresh rate: 75Hz (variable, with Adaptive-Sync)
  • Weight: 7.0kg
  • Contrast ratio: 1200:1 (20m:1 Dynamic Contrast)
  • Viewing angle: 178º horizontal, 178º vertical
  • Power consumption: 45W typical
  • Backlight: WLED (White Light Emitting Diode)
 
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