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Originally Posted by Skylit View Post

More of an OEM/ODM solution. Asus, BenQ, and AOC are likely contracting a single provider.

Say hello to VG248QE and XL2411T's little bro.

http://www.aoc-europe.com/no_cache/en/monitors.html?useCacheHash=1&showUid=248

Each monitor has its own unique features such as Asus utlizing DP and speakers, AOC having USB ports, and well BenQ relying on marketed features.

The AOC was actually going to launch as a 120hz panel, but it was changed last week or so. Scanning frequency indicates this :

It's not really their 'little' brother, it's the same size. I know exactly what you mean though. tongue.gif It was actually always going to be a 144Hz model, just that AOC's press and media people didn't realise until a press release was released in the last few weeks that conflicted with some information on their website. Everything's now in line, it will be 144Hz (same panel as the XL2411T and VG248QE) and it just remains to be seen how AOC have set everything up.
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Originally Posted by PCM2 View Post

It's not really their 'little' brother, it's the same size. I know exactly what you mean though. tongue.gif It was actually always going to be a 144Hz model, just that AOC's press and media people didn't realise until a press release was released in the last few weeks that conflicted with some information on their website. Everything's now in line, it will be 144Hz (same panel as the XL2411T and VG248QE) and it just remains to be seen how AOC have set everything up.
Interesting to hear about the AOC.

Unfortunately, it appears to have no strobe backlight, from what I've been researching.
I hope this isn't true, but let's wait and see.
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I'm not sure if most do, but many do. And many that 'use' the ICC profile don't do so correctly and can suffer from a plethora of issues. These stem from the fact that ICC profiles are built on the desktop and are designed to provide corrections for that environment. Games use their own gamma and colour information and are designed to work with the GPU at its native state.

Sometimes even with these issues and things frankly not looking as they should there can still be a degree of improvement over not using them on monitors where default settings are so lacklustre (like the ASUS). People should feel free to experiment with ICC profiles such as those provided in my review but be aware of the limitations also mentioned.
Some people use cpkeeper (force icc into games) and sweetfx to override a game's colors. But really, the adjustments should be built into the monitor itself.
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I've never found forcing ICC profiles to be effective, no matter what utility I use. I have a keen eye for colour (more so than most) so maybe I'm being pedantic, but no matter what you do on some games through the GPU it will never match a properly configured 'monitor only' solution. But I think for most people the result of the forced ICC would be better than being stuck with bad colours no matter what they did on the OSD. tongue.gif

Where did you hear about the lack of strobe backlight? That's a shame if true, a bit surprising as well.
Edited by PCM2 - 5/13/13 at 9:29am
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I personally load up this image when I test for bad pixels:


gold-ribbon-sparkle-texture.jpg


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I don't get it.
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I don't get it.

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I don't get it.

Can't tell if you're serious...
For people actually wondering, the joke is that it's impossible to find a bad pixel using that image.
 
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yeah small joke there from vega biggrin.gif
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Where did you hear about the lack of strobe backlight? That's a shame if true, a bit surprising as well.
The AOC panel is not advertised anywhere to be 3D compatible, and not advertised anywhere to support nVidia 3D Vision. Such a generic brand panel that's not compatible with 3D, is very unlikely to have a strobe backlight of any kind. They probably did not license nVidia's LightBoost, and probably did not go on their own to create a strobe backlight (ala Samsung SA700D/750D/950D series monitors).

All specs I've read (including this one) says this AOC 144Hz does not support 3D. Thus, it won't have a strobe backlight feature, unless it's accessible in an undocumented manner. Monitor manufacturers have not yet started including strobe backlights in modern 120Hz monitors independently of being part of a 3D feature; hopefully it will happen (strobe backlights becoming available solely for motion blur elimination). But I don't think it will have happened with this panel.

Let's *hope* I am proven wrong. I hope to be pleasantly surprised!
I would very much like someone to be a guinea pig and try to enable any strobe modes or 3D modes in the panel.
Edited by mdrejhon - 5/15/13 at 8:48pm
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I tried using 100Hz in both LB and non LB, motion clarity yes the diff is noticeable but it was stuttering and tearing so bad lol almost scary
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