✅ TOP 5: Best IPS Monitor 2020

Are you looking for the best IPS monitor? In this video we’ll break down the top IPS
monitors available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best IPS monitors on the market, we have included links in the description for each
product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Dell
Alienware AW3418DW. If you’re looking for an IPS gaming monitor
that offers a wide view then you’re in for a treat. It’s a 34” 3-sided bezel curved monitor
which is polished with a silver finish that gives it a luxurious look. This curved monitor gives a picture-perfect
resolution of 3440×1440 WQHD which makes up for 3.68 million pixels in total. That’s 1.77x more detailed than an HD display. Therefore, you’ll be able to notice crisp
and perfect shadows, every blade of grass, drop of sweat, etc. It offers extensive and vivid colors along
with a 178°/178° viewing angle which displays excellent result no matter which angle you
look at it from. This monitor has a detailed and vivid SRGB
99% color reproduction and a pixel pitch of 0.2325mm. The response time of AW3418DW is commendable
at 4ms which takes the gaming experience up a notch. Moreover, it refreshes at 120Hz (overclocked). Moreover, you can choose from FPS, RTS, and
RPG and three different customizable game modes to enhance the experience. Lastly, it offers 4 different lighting zones
to create a personalized dynamic look. At number 2 we have the Acer Predator XB271HU
bmiprz. Acer Predator XB271HU is one of the best 27-inch
monitors for many reasons. It offers a refresh rate of 144Hz which can
be overclocked to 165Hz. With a 1440p IPS panel, you also get to enjoy
the NVIDIA G-SYNC technology to uplift your gaming experience. This model brings 350-nit peak brightness
to the table, along with a 1001:1 static contrast ratio and has a response time of 4ms and supports
100% sRGB colors. XB271HU doesn’t come factory-calibrated
which is why you will need to make color adjustments on your own. It’s pretty easy to set advanced 6-axis
and RGB color setting using the OSD menu. The resolution offered by the monitor is 1440p
with 108.79 pixels per inch. You will definitely enjoy the output. It works on NVIDIA G-Sync Technology that
offers a variable refresh rate when you connect it to a GTX card. This technology alters its refreshing rate
along with the GPU which results in less screen tearing and stuttering. With the card connected, you will see a lag
of as low as 1ms only. At number 3 we have the ASUS VG279Q. ASUS VG279Q is one of the few 27” monitors
to offer both 1080p and 144Hz. These specs are found in TN and VA panels
mostly. So, if you are looking for a monitor with
sharp colors and good viewing angles then this can be a good choice. With a response time of 3ms, this monitor
offers smooth gaming quality. Moreover, you can get a CRT-like motion clarity
by setting the refresh rate to 85Hz,100Hz or 120Hz. This is possible due to the ELMB backlight
technology. It has a 400-nit peak of brightness and 8-bit
color depth to offer excellent picture quality. However, the pixel density is a bit low on
this model due to it being a 1080p variant. Low framerate compensation is yet another
feature of this beauty. It offers a smooth performance even at 40
frames per second. The adaptive sync feature allows users to
use an AMD graphics card that works on 40-144/FPS. It helps eliminate screen tear and stutter
from the picture. At number 4 we have the Dell UltraSharp U2518D. Dell UltraSharp U2518D provides crystal clear
details along with some amazing features that make the gaming and viewing experience worthwhile. This 25-inch IPS monitor shows the high-quality
result with the augmented HDR display. It is coated with gunmetal gray and black
matte. Plus, it has a completely bezel-free design
that looks aesthetically pleasing. With UltraSharp U2518D, you get a resolution
of 2560×1440. It also offers a refresh rate of 5ms and a
maximum brightness of 350cd/m2, making games more enjoyable. As far as colors are concerned, it has an
average color contrast of 950:1 at 40% and 20% brightness. Lastly, with 117 pixels per inch, you get
perfectly vibrant images. Not to forget that it offers an HDMI 2.0,
mini dp 1.2, display port and 5 USB slots. At number 5 we have the Acer Predator X27
bmiphzx. Gaming enthusiasts know how important resolution
is to the overall gaming experience. This beauty is made with gamers in mind and
offers excellent resolutions and refresh rates This 27-inch IPS monitor offers a 3840×2160
resolution. In addition to this, you get a refresh rate
of 144Hz (overclockable) and G-sync technology as well. The screen comes with a 384-zone backlight
and peak brightness of 1000 nits with Adobe RGB color and HDR. The backlight can be adjusted to either gaming
or desktop mode. Apart from that, it also incorporates a three-level
overdrive control, FPS counter, and aiming reticles to enhance the gaming experience. This model is constructed using a light absorbing
fabric with a thin aluminum stand that makes it easier to move the monitor. The HDMI port is nicely placed. Moreover, you also get to enjoy 3 USB ports. At number 6 we have the LG 34UC79G-B. This 34-inch curved IPS panel monitor has
a 3800mm radius which ensures that there’s no image distortion. It’s a top-notch monitor with a bunch of
amazing features. LG 34UC79G-B offers a resolution of 2,560×1,080
with a pixel density of 82 PPI. It also offers a normal refresh rate of 50Hz
but thanks to the AMD Freesync, you can increase it to 144HZ which is quite commendable. However, consider installing an AMD GPU so
that the refresh rate synchronizes with the GPU settings. It has a brightness level of 250 cd/m2 and
a contrast ratio of 1363:1. It portrays vibrant colors and a wide diversity
of shades with matching tones. However, it struggles a bit when it comes
to pink and red shades due to the sRGB coverage falling a bit short at level of 92.1%. At number 7 we have the Acer XR382CQK. Acer XR382CQK offers a curved ultrawide QHD
display with a superior blend of colors that no one can say no to. It’s an ideal choice for gamers due to the
wide-angle view and perfect pixels it offers. This curved QHD display monitor works on ColorPlus
technology and offers 100% sRGB color gamut along with 6-axis color adjustment to portray
a crystal clear and vibrant image quality. The HDR display of this monitor enhances the
black and white contrast and shows realistic imagery. This monitor utilizes a scalar chip decoding
and mapping technology to enhance the clarity, and thus the image quality. In short, this monitor will immerse you into
a world of lifelike colors and contrasts. Also, it incorporates eye-protect and blue
light filtering technology. Moreover, you can tilt the screen from -5
to 35 degrees and adjust the height as well. This will prevent you from succumbing into
fatigue and neck ache. And for our last pick at number 8 we have
the BenQ GW2480. This one is the probably best IPS monitor
under $200 that you can get. It’s a 24” 1080p eyecare monitor which
is suitable for all kinds of users. It offers a full HD display (1980×1080) resolution
with a pixel density of 23.8 inch. The monitor has a flicker-free backlight technology. It features a filter that helps prevent blue
lights to keep your eyes safe. You can choose from 4 blue light settings:
web surfing, multimedia, reading, and office. BenQ GW 2480 is an 8-bit color monitor system
(6 bit + 2 bit FRC). FRC is the frame control rate of a monitor
which shows good color schemes even at low resolutions. The monitor covers the standard sRGB color
gamut which is an added plus. It has an Advanced High-Performance IPS panel
system (AH-IPS) offering a peak nit brightness of 250 and offers a 60 Hz refresh rate and
a contrast ratio of 1000:1. With a response rate of 5ms and input lag
of 10ms, this monitor ensures that there’s no delay. You can increase the response time by setting
the AMA option to Premium or High from the OSD menu. AMA (Advanced motion acceleration) is used
to cut off time delay and improve output. Apart from that, you can also overclock the
system up to 75Hz if you wish to enhance motion clarity. There’s also a built-in sensor inside the
monitor that sets the level of brightness automatically according to the ambient lighting. Thus, your eyes won’t feel tired even after
long hours of use. So that sums up our top IPS monitors of 2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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Norman Bunn

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