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Hey guys, I got my monitor and I'm having trouble figuring out how to enable lightboost in 2D.

I have a 3D emitter, and I think I've been able to enable 2D lightboost in games by pressing Ctrl+T while in 3D mode. However, I'm still confused about how to enable it while not in a game. Can anyone help?
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Originally Posted by karkee View Post

I just tried to play some CS GO havent tested lightboost, using 144Hz. Even at 120hz its like so much more dno how tosay smooth I guess tongue.gif

I hooked up my 700D again after and its like im playing on such lower hz again, and if you hook up a 60hz after you cry biggrin.gif

Yea I think about AG removal, will use it like this for now. in windows and other games I might like glossy more but then in some games AG is actually nice... in CS GO for example I like my AG coating.

Can you explaing why AG is nice in CS GO?

Wow!
I have a 700D, I guess then inputlag on the 700D kills it then in FPS online gaming?
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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

As soon as my supplies arrive. wink.gif

Is youre Enviroment AG removal box complete yet?
I was considering completely empty a room and then use vacuum + humidifiers to make the dust drop to the floor biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by THizzle7XU View Post

I don't think it's a problem with the monitor itself seeing as Amazon's video player is the only issue, and 120Hz is fine. Plus three of us have confirmed the same issue. It's probably a software issue with Amazon's video player or Flash not recognizing 144Hz as a valid refresh rate in the enabled copy protection software so people can't record their videos. I think that static effect is the same if HDCP is messed up with HDMI.

That's what I was thinking, though I let the Asus rep throw me for a loop when he said it will need to come back for repairs. I almost forgot the number one rule when talking to these people, outsourced customer service usually doesn't know *****.

I've been trying to find a player that will replicate Amazon's, but to no avail. everything else that uses AFP works fine, so it looks like you're right.
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Is youre Enviroment AG removal box complete yet?
I was considering completely empty a room and then use vacuum + humidifiers to make the dust drop to the floor biggrin.gif

Some of the supplies are for the clean-box. It has to be done proper. Three of my Catleap's have had tiny hairs and contaminates under the gloss layer, frustrating to say the least on a pixel perfect panel. Since those are LG panels, I wonder if the gloss layer was put on as an afterthought. Would explain the lack of a clean-room. Ever look at the air while the sun is shining brightly through a window? It's pretty dirty.


Here I can see patzer now:




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So I currently have a 27" Iiyama 120Hz monitor and was thinking about replacing it with the VG248QE since I find the 27" size to be a little cumbersome for FPS gaming given the distance I sit from it, and I don't get on with the low resolution in a monitor of this size. However, I was wondering whether the 3D experience will suffer from going from a 27" to a 24", has anyone here used 3D on both sizes and can comment on the difference in terms of immersiveness? It's not a complete deal breaker since 3D is more of a secondary use but would rather know the trade offs before I go ahead and buy one.
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Originally Posted by karkee View Post

Well this monitor is just so nice for gaming. I don't even wanna go back to my IPS, even just working in windows is more fun biggrin.gif

Everything is soo smooth compare to my 700D, I liked the glossy finish alot though. But the input lag is just zzzz, especially in games like CS go etc

To bad there is no equal one with glossy finish, its something I can get use to though...

Removing the coating should work I guess?

Can you please do a side by side comparison on Imagequality for s23A700D and the VG248qe?

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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

Some of the supplies are for the clean-box. It has to be done proper. Three of my Catleap's have had tiny hairs and contaminates under the gloss layer, frustrating to say the least on a pixel perfect panel. Since those are LG panels, I wonder if the gloss layer was put on as an afterthought. Would explain the lack of a clean-room. Ever look at the air while the sun is shining brightly through a window? It's pretty dirty.


Here I can see patzer now:




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I wish had that lab room biggrin.gif

Are you saying that Catleap's might come with tiny hair and contaminates from factory?
That sounds bad frown.gif

I migth try to empty/clean a room completely and run humidifier for couple of days then in bright sunligt see if I can see dust particles.

Incase there would get dust in my display I could propably not use it as main display, I would have to build dedicated PC for gaming biggrin.gif
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From the people that have been toying with these monitors and had a chance to game with them and other things, would you recommend them? i am looking into these as a replacement for my new upgrades as i have to get a new monitor since it and other parts are going to family members once i upgrade.
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Yes I do recommend them. The smoothness of simple 120Hz is amazing, and with the lightboost trick when it works properly it makes gaming pretty fun. When I used to play Dota 2 (MOBA, kind of like RTS) my mouse cursor would get lost in the chaos on screen. That never happened once I switched to 120hz, the cursor moves much more smoothly and you can clearly follow it.
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the image quality as bad as people are saying? On paper this monitor fits my needs perfectly but with all the problems here should I still consider it? are people having problems with their pc's recognizing the 144hz? Is their problems with the light boost mod and is it any harder to use then on other monitors?
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the image quality as bad as people are saying? On paper this monitor fits my needs perfectly but with all the problems here should I still consider it? are people having problems with their pc's recognizing the 144hz? Is their problems with the light boost mod and is it any harder to use then on other monitors?

I have the same questions. Sadly, I ordered mine this morning. I'm seeing lots of complaints about Lightboost and terrible image quality. I can live with the quality not being as good as my current Samsung, but the talk here seems pretty bad about that.
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