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When I ran it at 144hz I never had this kind of issue

Nor do I, just wonder tho. i love this monitor!
post #1172 of 2231
The monitor is optimally rated at 120Hz, but supports 144Hz.

That said 144Hz shouldn't have any actual problems, I didn't have any with mine although nowadays its on lightboost 24/7
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post #1173 of 2231
light boost in OSD is setted to 100 by default ?
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light boost in OSD is setted to 100 by default ?

Yes.


I just got mine, and holy crap this thing is amazing. It put my VH232H to shame in colors somehow. Makes it look piss tinted by comparison. 120Hz gaming (haven't tried 144 yet) is just godlike. So happy.
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Has anyone else noticed a lag when running in surround? I don't quite know how to explain it, but I've been playing a few different games, and it seems like my right monitor is playing catch-up with the other two. Say you look around in a 3rd person title, in 3D or 2D and with high frame rates, there is a noticeable delay of the right monitor getting to the same spot. This is happening with all the games I've played, 1st and 3rd person, strategy, etc.

I've also noticed that when running full screen 3d movies that this same monitor has a border flickering in and out if there is a window on that screen under the fullscreen movie player. To sum up, my right monitor is ruining my experience at present. I will swap the outputs tonight and see if it's present in a different setup to rule out the monitor as it could be the driver maybe..
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Awesome, thank you. I'll give these settings a shot when I get home later today.

erm u srsly using this profile? Oo its like 80red/ 30/30 b/g so no white at all..
got mine asus today, after 1 week thx amazon thumb.gif doing the calib all by byself, thats what everyone should do for himself anyway imho.
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Every screen is different, in some cases the profiles are spot on though, as I discovered personally.
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post #1178 of 2231
my main question is, should i leave the monitor default and make all contrast/bright/color settings from nvidia menu? the windows calib tool had pretty good results, but nvidia settings seems to be a bit crispyer for me.
post #1179 of 2231
Do all you use the ICC profile when you setted the monitor ?
post #1180 of 2231
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Do all you use the ICC profile when you setted the monitor ?

I didn't bother since most games ignore ICC profiles anyway. I just calibrated using the OSD. I used the same settings PCmonitor used in their review, and it's quite lovely.
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