All testing done using an i1 Display Pro Colorimeter (a colorimeter measures the colours, contrast, brightness, gamma, ect), basICColor 5 (used to measure the color presets and for ICC profiling), HCFR (software used to measure the default colours). I used the dual-link DVI input+cord to connect the ViewSonic VX2770SMH-LED to my PC.
PixerPixAn's (free software) Chase, Streaky Pictures and Flag test were all used to test the pixel response times
Borderlands 2 (PC), Uncharted 3 (PS3), Gears of War: 3 (360), Halo 4 (360), Dirt 3 (PC), Battlefield 3 (PC), Left 4 Dead 2 (PC), Painkiller: Hell & Damnation (PC), and Resident Evil: 4 (360) were all used to test the pixel response times.
LCD monitor test images test patterns were used to test the colours along with tons of photos from wallpapers wide and games.
Table of Contents
Default Color Presets
Calibrated Image Quality
Screen Uniformity and IPS Glow
LED PWM Dimming
Overclocking and Calibrated Settings
This thread got me interested in the ViewSonic VX2770SMH-LED. I will be reviewing one in the next few weeks.
The ViewSonic directly competes with the
Acer S275HL: Glossy (same overshoot issues as the Dell S2740L, but it can be turned off in the service menu)
Dell S2740L: Edge-To-Edge Glass, overshoot issues. Click Here for my Review.
AOC i2757Fm/Fh: Click here for TFT Central's Review
LG IPS277L: bezel is not as nice as the Viewsonic, it has the best features
Asus MX279H: ugly bezel
AOC i2757Fh/Fm: ugly bezel