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Having spent about 10 hours of Borderlands 2 and 10 hours of Planetside 2, I'll have to also state I have experienced no perceptible input lag at all as well.

My "overclocking" of the monitor didn't go as well. With Shurcool's Monitor Refresh Rate Tool, it shows that though the setting remains at 75hz 2560 x 1440, it is only truly displaying 60hz.
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I'm truly baffled by some of you. I will repeat again....
IPS black levels on normal IPS monitors are SUPERIOR to TN based panel.

At the risk of being repetitious...

again, show us one freaking link to anyone, anywhere besides yourself stating that IPS are superior to TN in black level performance.
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Neurological performance play a big role in seeing input lag. The slower the neurons the less likely you are to notice input lag.

This is like Allegory of the Cave but for displays!

We thought we had a true understanding, but you pulled back the veil that blinds us!

The black we see is not the archetypal Black we believed it to be!

Those that wave the pencil and see no strobing are simply unpracticed wavers.

For those that perceive no input lag, you, the generous, all-seeing prophet, decreed we are all merely suffering from mass neurological degradation.

We recognized you have an exacting eye, broad experience and a significant amount of knowledge when it comes to detecting the flaws of this display and others about 8 pages ago. Sincerely, you know more than I ever will about display technology.

But what is your objective as you continue to post? Hasn't your contribution to the thread essentially developed into a more broad discussion of display technology as opposed to this particular monitor? Wouldn't that discussion, and this one, be better served in a new, dedicated thread outside of this one?
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Listen if you're happy with the monitor then great, (...argumentative BS...)

The FACTS about this monitors
(...a bunch of subjective bull****...)

(...more subjective bs...)

Your criticisms are unfounded and have already been addressed multiple times by myself and others in this thread. At no point have you produced any sort of objective analysis nor responded directly to my questions regarding color calibration & a calibrated workflow, or specific quantifiable data such as cd/m2 levels on this panel versus others.

This is the last I'll comment on your ridiculous subjective claims. If anyone else wishes to know why Grimstar is an idiot, see any of my previous posts.

(Also, you can do scaling on your GPU or the display itself (when using a non-native resolution). You don't even specify which option you tried! You're a troll who knows how to bullet point his paragraphs, and that's it. G.T.F.O.)

Awesome post!

+1
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i've since stopped responding to Grimster cause I get this impression from him:
 
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i've since stopped responding to Grimster cause I get this impression from him:

LOL!
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Just want to point out something to those who don't realize it. You can probably remove the AG coating (if you have the microcenter warranty) without voiding the warranty. How is that? Well, because they've sold both glossy and matte versions under the same item. They'd really have a hard time deciphering which was which, considering they used the same SKU for both versions. Personally, I like the matte version, but some might be put off by it. Just wanted to put it out there, do with the information as you will.
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Just want to point out something to those who don't realize it. You can probably remove the AG coating (if you have the microcenter warranty) without voiding the warranty. How is that? Well, because they've sold both glossy and matte versions under the same item. They'd really have a hard time deciphering which was which, considering they used the same SKU for both versions. Personally, I like the matte version, but some might be put off by it. Just wanted to put it out there, do with the information as you will.
Yes this is true, you can remove it and still be covered under Microcenter's warranty. These types of warranties are great because they have no knowledge of any of the products they warrant so you can mod them and still be covered.
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Yes this is true, you can remove it and still be covered under Microcenter's warranty. These types of warranties are great because they have no knowledge of any of the products they warrant so you can mod them and still be covered.

Are you actually advocating warranty fraud?
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Are you actually advocating warranty fraud?
No where in the warranty does it say that you cant remove the anti-glare filter. Anti-glare filter is just a sticker, I have NEVER seen a warranty voided because a cosmetic sticker was removed.
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