Originally Posted by falcon26 Can the Asus be overclocked at all over 60HZ?
Also what seems to be the best balance for trace free, 20 or 40?
I have my brightness set to 60 and was wondering when most people start to notice the flicker? I set mine all the way down to 40 and didn't notice any. Also on the color settings I only changed the GAIN colors not the offset ones. I used the spyder 4 pro. Do you usually change both or just the GAIN?
Can answer two of your questions:
Setting Trace Free at 20% for least amount of ghosting. I had mine when I had it set to 35% brightness with OP recommended settings for color and did not notice any flicker. No need to go lower so didn't test for it as I am not effected by PWM dimming.
Being a multi-input monitor with scaler, any over clock over native 60 Hz will frame skip. You can test your own monitor with below test from Testufo.com
. Go to this site. Turn down brightness to zero. Take a picture after you see the 'valid' sign.To trick a camera into doing that I was explained:
1. Adjust your "Exposure Compensation" setting in your camera to a higher setting.
2. Lower the brightness of your monitor by a lot which forces your camera to take a longer exposure. This can be done by turning down ISO camera settings.
You need to take a picture of at least 1/10th second (capture about 6+ squares
), and preferably 1/5th second (capture about 10+ squares) for a more accurate frameskipping analysis. The first visible square should be more than 2 squares away from the last visible square, or it won't easily help you determine frameskipping.
Not Frame SkippingFrame skipping
I also agree with Clexzor that between my ASUS VG278Q 120 Hz and PB278Q 60 Hz I do enjoy gaming better at 1440p resolution and it doesn't require AA to be ON for better looking gaming either. Much more enjoyable even with FPS games IMO. Every other gaming even more so but I'm primarily FPS.
Would be nice if someone takes the Frame Skipping challenge and confirms this for other members with this question as well. Hope this helps.