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The VA panel is produced by Samsung and offers a couple of advantages compared to TN-panels. The image quality is excellent with vibrant colors due to the VA's panel natural higher color reproduction and a good contrast ratio of 3000:1. See More
Samsung has used its own measures to filter out and eliminate the amount of blue light emitted from the screen if needed and requested. Blue light has been proven to decrease sleep quality; this feature is especially helpful when used during the night. See More
The maximum refresh rate of this display is 60 Hertz, or 60 frames per second. Some other display offer a much faster refresh rate of 120 or even 144 Hz, which increases overall fluidity and responsiveness of the display, especially in gaming situations. See More
When viewing the screen in a fairly dark room, some backlight bleeding might be visible towards the bottom of the display. Backlight bleeding occurs when the panel can't block 100% of the light produced by the backlight, resulting in spots of lighter areas. See More
Overshoot, sometimes also referred to as inverse ghosting, occurs when artifacts are displayed on the screen and overlaps of color values. The overshoot on this display is mainly noticeable at lower refresh rates - even when using AMD's FreeSync. See More
The standard factory default preset of the display is quite bright, but images on the screen looked washed out and lack depth - especially towards the bottom of the screen due to the mediocre viewing angles. Another preset which reduces the central gamma average lacks depth and looks unnatural. Calibration in needed to get the achieve the best results, as the standard monitor profiles aren't great. See More
The G2460PF can cover the vast majority of the sRGB coverage, with only a very small part of sRGB that remains unrepresented. However, this display performs a lot better than the sRGB color space in the green corner of RGB-color system, which results in a bit more vibrant images. See More
While this will vary unit to unit, TFT Central found that the luminance uniformity on their unit was poor. The right side of the screen was up to 30% brighter than the left corners of the screen. It wasn't obvious at first glance, however for color-accurate work it could become an issue. See More
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