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    Philips Brilliance 328P6AUBREB QHD HDR monitor launched

    This 32-inch IPS monitor supports 99 per cent Adobe RGB, and offers USB 3.1 Type-C tech.
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    Re: Philips Brilliance 328P6AUBREB QHD HDR monitor launched

    Is the HDR through edge dimming or pixel groups (and if so, how many)?

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    Re: Philips Brilliance 328P6AUBREB QHD HDR monitor launched

    But no variable refresh rate support, even though it can go go from 30 to 83Hz?

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    Re: Philips Brilliance 328P6AUBREB QHD HDR monitor launched

    Good HDR is done via strong contrast, black levels and local dimming.

    This doesn't sound like it meets the criteria, IPS have weak black levels and a basic WLED backlight.

    For comparison Samsungs CHG70 series are VA based which gives good contrast/black levels but Samsung hobbled the HDR by only providing 8 dimming zones on the monitor, a lot more than that are needed to do HDR justice on LCD displays (OLED don't need any of this they are all good for HDR).

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    Re: Philips Brilliance 328P6AUBREB QHD HDR monitor launched

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    But no variable refresh rate support, even though it can go go from 30 to 83Hz?
    Philips confirmed that there is no VRR tech in this monitor. For such features I was told to look out for the M-line monitors.

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