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I'll upload the ICc profile when I get off work. Thanks
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I'll upload the ICc profile when I get off work. Thanks
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For those interested in getting rid of the matte film on this display to make it look decent, my testing:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1359419/ar-film-removed-matte-vs-glossy-lcd-coating-film-direct-comparison-same-panel-polarizer
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FYI I fixed my problem. To go back to 144hz I had to delete all monitor drivers via Device manager but make sure you click to show hidden devices to see old drivers. Then uninstall all nvidia then start fresh again.
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Ive been reading posts for the last half hour trying to make a decision and ive found a strange pattern in the posts.

Nearly everyone says it looks horrible but they LOVE IT! lol

Meh, im gonna buy it im sure it looks fine.
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FYI I fixed my problem. To go back to 144hz I had to delete all monitor drivers via Device manager but make sure you click to show hidden devices to see old drivers. Then uninstall all nvidia then start fresh again.

You don't have to delete your nvidia (drivers) if that's what you meant. Well I didn't although the order in which I got 144Hz back was uninstalling the monitor drivers and updating with Generic PnP, restarted my PC, and I know either switching the monitor off then on or unplugging the monitor from the gfx card and replugging will get you back to 144Hz. What just did it for me (2nd time going back to 144Hz) after uninstalling the monitor driver hack and restarting my PC was switching the monitor off then on again and it was back to 144. I'm sure there's probably a shorter way, but that's what I got so far w/o uninstalling nvidia drivers.

If there was a way for permanent LB without the in-between 3D process, I'd do it, but I'm tired of some games freezing in 3D mode before I do the shortcut to turn 3D off in game. A couple of times, I just gave up trying to get back to the desktop and restarted my PC.
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Ive been reading posts for the last half hour trying to make a decision and ive found a strange pattern in the posts.

Nearly everyone says it looks horrible but they LOVE IT! lol

Meh, im gonna buy it im sure it looks fine.

Yep. It looks horrid on desktop (I strangely prefer it in game), but hell.. its the fastest LCD I've ever used. I wouldn't even trade mine for a FW900. (Simply due to size and weight.. etc..)
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Im sure if you set up a blind viewing test with all the bezels hidden on various monitors you probably couldnt tell the difference from one to another. Well id say at least 99/100 people couldnt pick this out of a lineup for being poor image quality, is what im saying. You guys are just exaggerating.

For example i own this monitor:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824262011

And im sure this asus cannot look any worse, and i think this monitor looks excellent (paid 110.00 bucks for it lol).
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Originally Posted by Scotty99 View Post

Im sure if you set up a blind viewing test with all the bezels hidden on various monitors you probably couldnt tell the difference from one to another. Well id say at least 99/100 people couldnt pick this out of a lineup for being poor image quality, is what im saying. You guys are just exaggerating.

For example i own this monitor:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824262011

And im sure this asus cannot look any worse, and i think this monitor looks excellent (paid 110.00 bucks for it lol).

Run the readability test in PixPerAn and I can say you'll definitely be able to tell the difference.
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Yep. It looks horrid on desktop (I strangely prefer it in game), but hell.. its the fastest LCD I've ever used. I wouldn't even trade mine for a FW900. (Simply due to size and weight.. etc..)

My FW900 died a few days ago. thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif I think I'm going to buy the asus.
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