Originally Posted by Voyager7
Also I find it hard to believe that waving a pixel in between your eyes and your monitor is the 100% accurate scientific test to determine pwm dimming.
and you would be 100% wrong. If you knew how PWM dimming worked you would not say that. The pencil wave test is 100% accurate and its very easy to do.
I have the Asus VG278HE 144hz monitor and am returning it due to PWM dimming and the poor image quality and viewing angles, the 3D and 144hz are nice but no way is it worth it over a 1440p IPS.
I forgot to mention, you have to have the pencil close to the monitor, not your eyes.