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  • monitors bring high performance gaming a small footprint together with the all new course Air One available with up to an Intel ninth Jen 9900 K processor and an R T x 28 e.

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  • This small PC is capable of big things.

  • Conviction assisted cooling with separate loops for the CPU.

  • GPU means the corsair.

  • One sucks in the best way possible to see our review of the new course There won.

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  • I've said it before, and I'm gonna say it again.

  • The monitor is probably the most overlooked piece of any set up, and then my opinion, it has arguably the biggest impact.

  • So it's going to start with some of the sizing, and then we'll move up to the more complex specs, which aren't that complex by the video.

  • I think you'll see what I mean.

  • So we've got two different aspect ratios.

  • Here we have a 24 inch 16 by nine, a 32 inch 16 by nine and a 34 inch 21 by nine.

  • So the inch measurement.

  • I'm sorry I don't have the centimeters off hand if you guys were not in the U.

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  • I apologize for that.

  • That measure is basically the diagonal measurement from corner to corner of the panel.

  • Not necessarily the viewable.

  • A lot of people will sometimes go.

  • I'm getting a 24 inch, but then you measure it.

  • It's more like a 22 and 1/2 or something like that.

  • That is corner to corner of the panel physical size itself.

  • Usually you'll find a second number which has the actual viewable diagonal measurement.

  • So I'm gonna go ahead and set these two guys aside right here.

  • We're gonna be using these panels for a different video that we're working on.

  • But I thought that this was the perfect opportunity to sort of explained to you guys will Hi.

  • It's really important Thio not scrimp on your panel.

  • So this is a new LG 34 g k 9 50 f.

  • They also have a G variant for Geesink.

  • So obviously stands for free sink.

  • I'm gonna be doing ah video using this.

  • Alluded to it now a couple of times and I think based on effigy can figure out where the video's going.

  • But I digress.

  • That's neither here nor there.

  • That's for another day.

  • This is gonna end up being my new panel.

  • I think, for my personal use at home, because it is a much increased, much better SPECT panel that what I've been using for the last several years, which is the Predator x 34.

  • And we'll talk about that because the specs omit to mention are exactly why I'm switching to this panel versus what I'm currently using.

  • So it's going to start off with one that a lot of people get confused and just really, I guess, bent out of shape with cause.

  • I don't know how these two numbers relate to each other, that being refresh rate in response time.

  • So refresh rate, quite simply, is how many times per second the screen can refresh the image.

  • The higher the refresh rate, the more smoother the image is perceived to be.

  • Also to the lower, the refresh rate can also give you a little bit of a motion blur type of effect.

  • If the response time is not also fast enough, now I know that probably just confused a lot of people right there.

  • So let me go ahead and just rewind here just a little bit.

  • Typically, 60 f p.

  • S or 60 hurts because you're always gonna hear the refresh rate referred to as a hurt rating is kind of that sought after figure as high refresh rate panels became more popular and more affordable, a lot of people started realizing like, Oh, my goodness, the amazing high refresh rate and smoothness not only give them a benefit in terms of smoothness of the image, but also reduced input lag for your mouse and keyboard inputs.

  • And if you're any sort of twitch gamer and what I mean by that is like C s go or any sort of shooter where movement and precision is important than having the highest refresh rate with the lowest money, input lag would give you like a little bit of an edge.

  • But most average gamer's air fine with 60 f.

  • P s.

  • So this is a 34 40 by 14 40.

  • That means there are 3440 pixels across 1440 pixels high.

  • You could do the math on that number that times that number is how many millions of pixels are in here, which is a lot to push.

  • This is somewhere around 3/4 of the pixels of four case, so this would be a hard monitor to drive 144 hurts or 144 frames per second, and you would definitely need a lot of graphics horsepower to push that.

  • So definitely be overkill for someone running something like a 10 60 or a 16 60 t I or something like that.

  • But the other number that we tend to forget about here is the response time.

  • That is the amount of time it takes for the pixel.

  • There's a gate that basically allows light through when the gates closed that doesn't have the lightest stopped.

  • It's always lit.

  • It always backlit because these are LCD led panels.

  • This happens to be a Nano I PS panel, so it's nano cell technology from LG, which is what allows them to get a much faster response time.

  • That's something they debuted on their TV is a couple years back.

  • We actually did a review on that.

  • You can go and check out, but this is allowed it to now make its way to desktop format, where you can get a faster response time while still having I PS technology as well as a very high refresh rate.

  • So his panel's actually advertises having a one millisecond response times what that means.

  • It takes one millisecond or 1 1/1000 of a second to go from gray toe white to gray again, or allowing light through the pixel gate and then closing it once again.

  • And obviously with the nano cell technology found in the new algae panels is why they're able to do this high refresh rate ultra wide i ps h d r and still maintain the one millisecond, which is something that a few years ago wasn't really possible.

  • You would get about 100 hertz, not 144 because if you have a really fast response time or the page is refreshing 144 times a second or the display rather, but you don't have a response time in the great a great fast enough.

  • You start to get ghosting all over the screen, and you contest this right now, even with you, have a 60 Hertz panel.

  • You can check this out if you take your mouse and you wiggle it around the screen, you'll notice the cursor appears in more than one spot.

  • And what that means is that it's not able to turn the light off fast enough before it's moving out of that spot.

  • And so there's a little bit of, ah, sort of a dimming effect as the lightest turning off.

  • The perfect example is a halogen light bulb.

  • You turn it off, it doesn't just turn off instantly liken led.

  • It sort of dims down.

  • The same thing can happen with panel technology.

  • If the response time is not fast enough, now what you're gonna find us?

  • The panel's tend to go up in price is extra features.

  • So this panel has a adjustable base where it can go up and down.

  • It can tilt.

  • This one has a base amounts.

  • You push this button, the base comes off and then you can put on a vase arm, which is how I plan on mounting this.

  • This one has a USB three point.

  • Oh, Pastor, So plugs in right here.

  • We've got two USB three point reports in the back.

  • We've got a headphone power plug display born in and too H demise so you could use this single panel for it.

  • Input from, let's say, a direct TV box or something like that.

  • Console a DVD player.

  • So if using this in a bedroom, it kind of turns into a sort of one fits all because the problem was in terms of processing inside of monitors, there is a processor that has to process the image just like a video card inside of your computer.

  • There's still a processing engine inside of here that has to process the image for you see, And what they found in the several years back was the only way to get those high refresh rates with the low response times was to have only one input.

  • And because of that display display, port was usually what you needed because HD in my you know, 2.0, be and all that stuff wasn't around yet.

  • So you weren't able to get the high band width of HD on my display port was all you got a single input, so you couldn't use it with your consuls or any other input devices.

  • But now, as you can see, we're definitely there.

  • So when it comes to panels for whole point of this video is to remind you the panel is what you're looking at.

  • It is responsible for your computer and what it's doing to make it to your eyes.

  • So do yourself a favor.

  • Don't necessarily rule out your panel as being something that you can scrimp on.

  • It's It's a mistake I made for years, and you could find early videos of mine where I used very basic, very budget cheap 60 hertz 25 millisecond response time panels that just I always thought I'm fine.

  • I'm fine.

  • Until I went out and experienced a high refresh rate, low response time panel.

  • I was ruined for life.

  • So also know that the first time you look at one if you're not prepared toe always look at one.

  • It kind of changes your perspective on panels because your computer may be held back by your panel experience.

  • So I just want to go ahead, make this video here explaining to a lot of people that these specs are not something to be afraid of.

  • If you can figure out, you know where you're happy.

  • 60 hertz, maybe plenty.

  • But you can still get a 60 hertz fast response time panel, and it's gonna give you less of that ghosting effect.

  • Or, if you're like me and you like the ultra smooth than anything about 100 Hertz or above is going to give you roughly the same appearance and smoothness.

  • But I'm considered myself pretty sensitive to F.

  • P s, so I tend to aim for that 1 44 And the reason why this g k 9 50 f is going to be my new daily driver panel is.

  • I've been using the X 34 Predator from Acer ever since it came out.

  • But that is although it is a one millisecond response time, and it's a 100 Hertz refresh rate.

  • This is a 1 44 1 millisecond response time Nano i PS, which I explained.

  • If you watch our LG video about the nano technology and what it is, you'll understand why nanotechnology is better than a standard regular LCD type of screen, has the multiple inputs and has HDR.

  • So I mean, that's gonna have the brightness it needs to give us the nits to be able to get our high dynamic range, which is going to be a feature that I have never used on a PC.

  • So I'm excited to check that one out.

  • Which is why this is a panel I'm gonna be using and probably doing a standalone review of as they get a little more familiar with it.

  • All right, guys, thanks for watching today's video.

  • I hope this helps some people understand monitors and why they're important and should not be written off.

  • It's something that you can save money on.

  • If anything, I would say it's probably worth getting a very good panel and then building your PC to the panel specs.

  • If that makes sense, if I had a 60 Hertz panel, it would make no sense to put a 28 e t i n e resolution whatsoever.

  • But if I was running a 240 hurts 10 80 Pier 144 or 14 40 p panel, then going with a higher graphics card with certainly makes sense don't want overbilled your system.

  • That's where you go higher than the refresh rate.

  • Unless you have a good sync technology like free sync, adapt a sink or Geesink, then at least there's some hardware handling the smoothness of the streams.

  • All right, guys, Thanks for watching.

  • If you want me to cover another topic like this makes you sound off in the comments down below or hit me up on Twitter because topics like this come directly from my in box, and if enough people request it, then we go ahead and take the time to do it.

  • Thanks for watching guys.

  • We'll see in the next one.

  • Supposed to do just like punching myself.

  • Let me see that going.

monitors bring high performance gaming a small footprint together with the all new course Air One available with up to an Intel ninth Jen 9900 K processor and an R T x 28 e.

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