Philips Evnia 34M2C8600 review

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Test methods, OLED (burn-in) protections, power consumption



Testing and further calibration of the monitor were done with the X-Rite i1Display Pro. 


The monitor was connected to the Inno3D RTX 4090 iChill Gaming OC (standard video driver settings) via a DP 1.4 cable and operated at 175 Hz. All tests were performed in the Windows 11 Pro operating system, and the monitor’s settings were reset to factory defaults. The following utilities were included in our list of testing and calibration software:

  • DisplayCal and iProfiler;
  • UFO Motion Tests.          

The monitor is actively cooled, and the fan generates low noise, so it is not annoying, but you can hear it when having a very silent PC. Interestingly, the manufacturer allows you to reduce the fan speed or turn it off completely, which will probably shorten the panel’s life. Some features have also been implemented to prevent image burn-in, including pixel refresh (Pixel Refresh) and periodic image shifting (Pixel Shift). In turn, the screen dims during idleness (Screen Saver).

Power consumption


If the brightness is turned up to 100%, the average consumption is about 100 W. When you set the 150 cd/m² - it should hover around 45 W.

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