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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

i'm not speaking about the lightboost.

I means the GAMMA SETTING that in the Asus OSD is not there, so i'm asking if setting by Control Panel instead OSD is the same or different.

Setting gamma in the OSD, for monitors with such settings, adjusts the monitor's gamma curve without upsetting contrast or shade range. Adjusting gamma in the GPU driver modifies the GPU's output instead and reduces shade range and contrast in the process. It isn't really the same at all but in this case it's the only option other than using an ICC profile (covered in my review). As Mark pointed out the different Splendid presets will also alter gamma alongside various other variables. However; none really give a particularly desirable gamma tracking unless you're after visibility over 'realism'. smile.gif
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Adjusting gamma in the GPU driver modifies the GPU's output instead and reduces shade range and contrast in the process.
Yes, I've really noticed this effect in Lagom Gradient. Banding disjoints appear when adjusting nVidia Control Panel gamma.

I did notice that it performs better on some monitors, because of bigger-bitspace LUT's such as 10-bit LUT's. Your video games are in 8-bit channel color anyway (24-bit at 8-bit per channel). So I get to keep all 8-bit color (which majority of games and Windows use), even when adjusting nVidia Control Panel, I don't see banding disjoints appearing on my BENQ XL2411T connected via dual-link DVI to my GTX 680 when I adjust nVidia gamma; so apparently it's using greater-than-8bit LUT's in this config. But this can be monitor-specific and graphics-card-specific, and the panel needs to be able to support it. So bonus to the XL2411T (and probably by extension, VG248QE, the same panel) for supporting at least 10bit LUT's to overcome a little bit of the software gamma adjustment limitation...
Edited by mdrejhon - 3/11/13 at 9:13am
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How does this thing do in Pix per an without light boost? Any ghosting/ trailing behind the car?
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How does this thing do in Pix per an without light boost? Any ghosting/ trailing behind the car?
Yes, some ASUS TraceFree settings are somewhat nasty sometimes, you need to tweak it to make it look the best to your eyes. Trace Free 60 looks best, though some people prefer Trace Free 40 or 80.

Personally, I keep LightBoost enabled at all times, and not worry about ghosting/coronas/blur. There's absolutely no visible trace at regular arms-length viewing distance -- it's CRT clear (and occasionally better in some ways due to lack of CRT green phosphor ghosting, especially at OSD LightBoost=50% or lower, if you are gaming in a dark room). I find I'm far more sensitive to the motion blur aspect than the slight reduction in contrast. Some may only prefer LightBoost during games, while others may prefer color above all else.
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The difference between 144Hz and 120Hz LB in PixPerAn is ridiculous, with LB you can read at 30 without too much trouble while at 144Hz non LB good luck reading past 13-14
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i don't want to get an nvidia card, i'm rather liking my 7970 but not so my BenQ. If this 144Hz has minimal ghosting and trailing (similar to the Samsung 120hz panels) then i'd be very interested in it. thumb.gif
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The reviews of this monitors says about an EXTREME DIRTY AG COATING, specially during showing whites.
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Some people like it and some dont, I had the Samsung 700D before and even tho the colors were awesome I didnt like the glossy panel graduated.gif
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The reviews of this monitors says about an EXTREME DIRTY AG COATING, specially during showing whites.
Not really, the dell u2412m ag coating is dirty the vg248 not so much.
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The reviews of this monitors says about an EXTREME DIRTY AG COATING, specially during showing whites.

Which review says that?
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