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I think i got it, but when i play bf4 i see a pixel or two in upper right corner that stays grey//black only when playin bf4 tho.

I have one in upper left, but that was even on my VA panel, same spot. A black rather big dot. Think everyone has that one. But right corner? Do you see it if you do a solid white/black background on your desktop?
post #2022 of 2231
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When are those upgrade kits finally going to be available? I thought that they were supposed to be available by the end of the year.
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January according to Nvidia.

Do you know anything about a release date of the DIY kit in europe?
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post #2024 of 2231
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hey guys jus got my asus 24' monitor what settings should i use? or just use icc profile? how do i install it?

Hello,

I didn't mess with an ICC profile, as they can be switched off by some games. I simply used a combination of adjustments via NVidia control panel and the monitor.

In the monitor menus I have these settings:

STANDARD MODE

Brightness: 40
Contrast: 80
Trace Free:100
Color Temp: User: Red 96/ Green 94/ Blue 88


NVidia Control Panel:

Brightness:50
Contrast: 50
Gamma: 0.86
Digital Vibrancy: 60


These setting work well for me in games such as Battlefield 4.
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How do you guys set trace to 100? It casues alot issues for me in games. I start seeing borders around characters or some kinda affect that ruins single player games even in mp i find it slightly annoying i wont go above trace 60 in mp games and trace 40 is actually best visually to me in single player.

This is just from me playing bioshock though not sure if it matters less in mp.
post #2026 of 2231
144hz, nvidia icc profile

brightness:24
Contrast:79
Sat:51
color
R 100
G 95
B 84


tracefree:60

.70 gamma in nvidia control panel,

ill try yours that you posted above not sure if ill notice a difference.
post #2027 of 2231
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How do you guys set trace to 100? It casues alot issues for me in games. I start seeing borders around characters or some kinda affect that ruins single player games even in mp i find it slightly annoying i wont go above trace 60 in mp games and trace 40 is actually best visually to me in single player.

This is just from me playing bioshock though not sure if it matters less in mp.

Hello,

The reason for me running it at 100 is to shave off a couple MS of response time in multiplayer games. 60 is fine for something like a single player game, but I want every advantage possible when playing multiplayer.

I for one have not noticed any difference in visual quality when running at 100. But, now that you've mentioned it, ill keep an eye on it the next time I play.
post #2028 of 2231
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Originally Posted by RexKobra View Post

Hello,

The reason for me running it at 100 is to shave off a couple MS of response time in multiplayer games. 60 is fine for something like a single player game, but I want every advantage possible when playing multiplayer.

I for one have not noticed any difference in visual quality when running at 100. But, now that you've mentioned it, ill keep an eye on it the next time I play.
100 looks like when a tv is turned sharpness up really high to me at least. Personally i went to pc for graphics as well as mp i dont think you get much of difference just 144hz and 40 or 60 trace free is almost same i read a test or review of it.

Depends on perf i guess. I already find it so response with default 144hz 60 or 40. Already has less than on frame of input lag with 144hz so your just losing so much in visual quality in my preference. I also tried lightboost but that also pretty much did same thing for me it made me want throw up it made screen look so bad 144hz already has little motion blur for me maybe its just because i never pc gamed on a crt.
Edited by bcooper21 - 1/12/14 at 10:26pm
post #2029 of 2231
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100 looks like when a tv is turned sharpness up really high to me at least. Personally i went to pc for graphics as well as mp i dont think you get much of difference just 144hz and 40 or 60 trace free is almost same i read a test or review of it.

Hello, I was basing my response on this review below, where they stated that a faster response time was possible with trace set to 100. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/vg248qe-144hz-gaming-monitor,3609-3.html

"Trace Free should be set to 100 for the quickest screen draw time. This visibly reduces motion blur and cuts response time in our tests by around two milliseconds."
post #2030 of 2231
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Originally Posted by RexKobra View Post

Hello, I was basing my response on this review below, where they stated that a faster response time was possible with trace set to 100. http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/vg248qe-144hz-gaming-monitor,3609-3.html

"Trace Free should be set to 100 for the quickest screen draw time. This visibly reduces motion blur and cuts response time in our tests by around two milliseconds."
If you like it go ahead but im just saying most people who like a good looking picture wont like it at 100. Just what i like if you want ever advantage go ahead.
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