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Originally Posted by shedokan View Post

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
Right, if you use VSYNC OFF, tearing is less visible at higher refresh rates, so that's a good incentive to continue using a high refresh rates.

You could also turn VSYNC ON, or adaptive VSYNC. This fixes up motion pretty nicely. I actually play with VSYNC ON if I'm playing solo, and not competitively, since the lag is not noticeable to me except from a scoring perspective (reacting before an in-game enemy does; getting more frags).
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Originally Posted by mdrejhon View Post

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.

Well I do hope to review this shortly and I will have an Nvidia GPU on hand (a crappy one at the moment, but perhaps enough to see if Lightboost will work). I'll contact AOC about this in the meantime, unlike many manufacturers they're actually very responsive and easy to ask these sorts of questions to. tongue.gif

Edit: 3D is supported.
Edited by PCM2 - 5/28/14 at 12:32am
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DOH!! frown.gif

That's sad news, indeed!

I've developed a new process to remove even the super glue matte film versions. Would be extremely hard with the old paper towel trick. biggrin.gif
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I've developed a new process to remove even the super glue matte film versions. Would be extremely hard with the old paper towel trick. biggrin.gif

Sounds like you're back in business eh!? thumb.gif
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Anyone have a good way to calibrate these monitors? I just got one yesterday and i feel the color is off a little.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ci5-aydwhA

Newegg TV: ASUS VG248QE 24" 144Hz Monitor Interview & Demo


@ WolfssFang: I'm still waiting for my monitor but i was already thinking of starting with their settings from the review, and take it from there.

http://pcmonitors.info/reviews/asus-vg248qe


Was also thinking of putting it next to my TV and duplicate some images to compare. The colours on my TV are set reasonably good (thx to a great review of my TV that i found on the web).
Edited by TiezZ BE - 5/17/13 at 3:22pm
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So are there still issues when running this monitor at 144 hz with AMD GPUs?
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ci5-aydwhA

Newegg TV: ASUS VG248QE 24" 144Hz Monitor Interview & Demo


@ WolfssFang: I'm still waiting for my monitor but i was already thinking of starting with their settings from the review, and take it from there.

http://pcmonitors.info/reviews/asus-vg248qe


Was also thinking of putting it next to my TV and duplicate some images to compare. The colours on my TV are set reasonably good (thx to a great review of my TV that i found on the web).
thanks for the link, also do I have to do the windows calibration in order to get the full effect of the .icc when I hit the "Use windows calibration"?
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So are there still issues when running this monitor at 144 hz with AMD GPUs?
Yes. I've gotten use to just leaving it on Windows Basic Theme and turning 144hz on only when gaming (120Hz any other time).
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Recieved mine today, colors arent so bad (i'm not a color freak) even though I came from an IPS panel
but the ghosting seems strong with this one... am I the only one? trace free 60, 144hz
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