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I play alot of BF3 and Crysis, what setting do you or anyone else suggest. Like I said in my last post, I just hooked it up yesterday.

Also what is a good brand of 3D glasses, is 3D worth it?

I personally wouldn't bother with 3D, and I'm quite a multiplayer gamer. I tried 3D in Crysis 2, and it was... interesting but definitely didn't find it amazing or something I'd pay £70 for glasses to experience.

As for settings, I can't help you directly as I have the BenQ XL2411T (the exact same panel as this but with a different OSD and image processing etc). But have a look above there were some people asking about ICC/ICM colour profiles for this monitor, if you can find one of them definitely try installing it and then tweaking up the settings to your liking.

Also, if you have an Nvidia card then check out the lightboost trick. It works best if you can keep a minimum FPS of 100 in your games though (which may actually be difficult in BF3 and Crysis).
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I personally wouldn't bother with 3D, and I'm quite a multiplayer gamer. I tried 3D in Crysis 2, and it was... interesting but definitely didn't find it amazing or something I'd pay £70 for glasses to experience.

As for settings, I can't help you directly as I have the BenQ XL2411T (the exact same panel as this but with a different OSD and image processing etc). But have a look above there were some people asking about ICC/ICM colour profiles for this monitor, if you can find one of them definitely try installing it and then tweaking up the settings to your liking.

Also, if you have an Nvidia card then check out the lightboost trick. It works best if you can keep a minimum FPS of 100 in your games though (which may actually be difficult in BF3 and Crysis).

Crysis 2 is a poor example of 3D implementation in a game. It isn't true stereoscopic 3D. Try Metro 2033 if you want to see true stereoscopic 3D - it is truly amazing on this monitor.
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Crysis 2 is a poor example of 3D implementation in a game. It isn't true stereoscopic 3D. Try Metro 2033 if you want to see true stereoscopic 3D - it is truly amazing on this monitor.
Got any tips on setting up the monitor?
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I use the 211 ICC from this thread (search the thread for 211) with some slight color tweaks, 55 brightness, 90 contrast, 50 saturation, 60 trace free. For lightboost, I set digital vibrance to 90%.
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with ICC installed the gamma issue is fixed ?

Can you help me ?
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Can you help me ?

Diddo
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The ICC plus the settings I listed above provide a much better picture quality that is similar to every other LCD I've owned. If you need help with installing the ICC, search this thread for instructions.
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I was able to take apart the monitor and remove the film. I just left soaking paper towels while I slept. The film was super easy to get off and the difference is very noticeable. The colors are actually quite good for a TN panel. You guys should consider doing the same if the color quality is lacking.
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I was able to take apart the monitor and remove the film. I just left soaking paper towels while I slept. The film was super easy to get off and the difference is very noticeable. The colors are actually quite good for a TN panel. You guys should consider doing the same if the color quality is lacking.

Welcome to the glossy club! thumb.gif
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I was able to take apart the monitor and remove the film. I just left soaking paper towels while I slept. The film was super easy to get off and the difference is very noticeable. The colors are actually quite good for a TN panel. You guys should consider doing the same if the color quality is lacking.

Can any one post some shoots with AG on and Off and compare how is the reflection in games please smile.gif
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