For 3D Modeling of course.I'm getting a 4K Monitor and trying to decide between a 32" TN Monitor and a 27" IPS Monitor, which are priced the same where I live. I heard 32" is the perfect size for 4K, but is it worth sacrificing the worse colors, especially from angles?Before anyone suggests 32" IPS, they're way out of my price range.
>>596048The major benefits of IPS are getting a wide range of accurate colour, and a good contrast ratio.If you're just modelling, then they really don't matter, as soon as you move into texturing, lighting, compositing etc, that's when you really see benefits.
all you get with ips is horrible backlight glow
>>596086Only on low end panels, which by the sounds of things is what OP is looking at.You get what you pay for I guess
>>596088its totally random
>>596088I doubt this is low endhttps://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824014450&cm_re=BL2711U-_-24-014-450-_-Product
>>596107go with Samsung, Dell, viewsonic or Wacom. Wacom is not for rendering.
>>596048Get an 32'' 1440p MVA panel monitor.You don't really need 4K, TN panels are shit and other panels are gotten cheap. Pixel size of an 32'' 1440p is the same as 1080 on an 24''.
>>596129>You don't really need 4KPor que?
>>59604832" is still not that big for 4K, you need at least a 38" ultra-wide.>Before anyone suggests 32" IPS, they're way out of my price range.How about 40" IPS korean displays? they are relatively inexpensive and it has the same pixel density as 1440p at 27". I think you can get one for like $500~600, maybe less.
>>596149It doesn't make sense unless you have a big monitor. Don't fall for the 4K meme unless you can afford a good big monitor.
#free tipgo to electronics store at stare at damn screens so you can from your own opinion about IPS panels. Then you can decide if IPS is something you need for your work/else
>>596107>that is in fact low end. Check out Dell Ultrasharp, they're pretty much a standard.
>>598431I'm upgrading from this:http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/monitors/LS22B350HS/ZA-specsIs backlight bleed really as glaring on lower end IPS monitors as people say? I was thinking about getting this: https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-ThinkVision-LED-lit-Monitor-60E2GAR1US/dp/B01EORW6YMNo matter how many reviews I see, I don't see anyone complaining about the screen quality. The Ultrasharp costs the equivalent of $150 more. Also, I noticed the Ultrasharp has an "HDR" Model (even though the original already has HDR), which costs a fucking shit ton more.
>>598446>https://www.amazon.com/Lenovo-ThinkVision-LED-lit-Monitor-60E2GAR1US/dp/B01EORW6YMAlso, because Amazon is retarded, I just thought I'd clarify that it is IPS:https://us.hardware.info/product/419336/lenovo-thinkvision-x1-27Again, wouldn't have thought anything to do with the image would be an issue. Rather, this uses 110W compared to similarly priced equivalents using 30-40W. I'm wondering if it's because of the additional features like camera and soundbar.