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I use the screen for my simulator, average FPS 30..... don't think I would benefit from this overclocking?
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I would actually hurt. It lessens color quality and gamma slightly.

It only works if your GPU is able to get more than 60 frames.
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I would actually hurt. It lessens color quality and gamma slightly.

It only works if your GPU is able to get more than 60 frames.

thanks, then I will not touch biggrin.gif
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Hi,

I didn't get to read the entire thread, but has anyone experienced image retention with this monitor? I noticed recently that I've been getting image retained for as short as 20mins of use. You'd be able to see desktop icons or word documents (i recently viewed) when watching youtube. Is this something I can fix with software? I'm currently using this with an old nVidia GT 9800.

Thanks!

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post #865 of 1502
Is anyone else having problems overclocking their monitor? Im running Crossfire 290x's, Windows 8.1 and I can not overclock it past 60hz.
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Hi, does anyone know if this monitors run at full specs (2560x1440@60Hz) with a nVIDIA GeForce GT 330M or similar notebook video card, via HDMI connections?
The video card specifications reports that will work with resolution up to 2560x1600 but i'm quite sure it's support HDMI 1.3 and not 1.4
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I can't get any driver from Asus to work with Windows 8. Both the old one and the new one will not load. It just says something like "Error loading driver". So in the device manager it just says "Generic Monitor" which annoys the heck out of me :-)

The driver from Asus website is useless, I think. In the Device Manager it states Generic Monitor even after trying to update it. I just leave it alone.
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Alot of asus drivers and software is useless. Especially their Customer service and R&D.
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hey guys is this light bleed considered normal or excessive compared to your monitors,


this is at 90% brightness

also 90%


the last one is on my normal use which is 27% brightness.
what do you all think?

I used my HTC one camera which is pretty sensitive to light in the dark. but this is pretty much how my eyes sees the bleed.
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hey guys is this light bleed considered normal or excessive compared to your monitors,


this is at 90% brightness

also 90%


the last one is on my normal use which is 27% brightness.
what do you all think?

I used my HTC one camera which is pretty sensitive to light in the dark. but this is pretty much how my eyes sees the bleed.

Hi, I run mine at 27% brightness, and I can tell you this, my Monitor has much worst light bleed at the top right corner of the screen - yours looks fine.
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