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Thanks , that worked! Unfortunately I didn't like the lightboost trick. It gave everything a pinkish tint and gave me slightly more input lag. I'll just stick to 144hz non LB.
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someone please update us on this.

The calibration file worked on my end. Screen just got a shade darker and with a slight reddish tent, but that probably won't be the same for everyone.
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Originally Posted by CallsignVega View Post

I have both this Asus and a 130 Hz 1440P Catleap on my desk next to each other. I spent about three hours last night switching between the two comparing them. It's hard to choose which I like playing games on more.

With the Catleap you have a far superior image, much higher resolution, size, clarity, blacks, contrast. Of course you do have significant motion blur (10 ms measured pixel transition versus 1.4 ms on the Asus at 10% LB) and the Asus has a better stand. Image wise, everything is is far poorer on the Asus, but of course motion clarity is exceptional. It is funny loading up a 1080P desktop background, it is noticeably smaller (I'd say around a 22" image inside the 27" panel of the Catleap) due to the Catleaps superior resolution and DPI. The 24" of the Asus looks fairly small compared. That extra 3 inches makes quite a bit of difference (that's what she said!).

Basically, you have to give up a lot for super motion. Although, I think once I convert the Asus to glossy it will look a lot better and I will once again compare the two. Matte film just ruins displays IMO.

Here are a few photo's of them next to each other:









Whatever you take away from these photo's, just note that in person the Catleap looks far, far better.

excuseme but what is the Catleap and Asus ? left or right ?
Because i can see the right monitor smaller than left but with better quality.
Edited by senna89 - 2/14/13 at 1:18am
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Catleap left, Asus right.
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Asus right ? in the photos i see a better vibrancy colors by Asus.
Why the user said Catleap is far better as quality ? For me is reverse.
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Asus right ? in the photos i see a better vibrancy colors by Asus.
Why the user said Catleap is far better as quality ? For me is reverse.

Vibrancy doesn't equate to better color.

usually TN panels can only display about 70% color gamut, while IPS depending on back light can display 130% or more.
while color range is important for better color, that's not the end of it.

Then there is color accuracy. If the display is supposed to show a certain color but can't or shows it incorrectly that is not "good color"

The Asus has trouble showing accurate colors vs IPS counterparts, but you can over saturate them to make it look better for the WOW factor or "eye candy"
the VG248QE has sacrificed much in terms of color accuracy, uniformity, black levels, viewing angles to obtain 1ms response. But people that have bought this monitor knew this before buying it understand it was a worthy trade off for the 1ms response
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The Asus has trouble showing accurate colors vs IPS counterparts, but you can over saturate them to make it look better for the WOW factor or "eye candy"
the VG248QE has sacrificed much in terms of color accuracy, uniformity, black levels, viewing angles to obtain 1ms response. But people that have bought this monitor knew this before buying it understand it was a worthy trade off for the 1ms response

Have you tried this monitor?
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Does the 144hz make movies/shows smoother too?

Yea its a little bit smoother than but not by much.
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I got my monitor today, but one issue I'm having is when i play diablo 3 or POE the frames cap at 30-40 and sometimes fluctuate up and down. I have changed my screen refresh rate to 60 and still the same issue. Anyone have this issue? Other than that I played CS:GO and boy its a world difference from 60 to 120+

seems like its an in game setting or your video card is not strong enough to handle those frame rates in d3 or POE. CS:GO isn't as graphically intensive as those games.
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if I watch 60fps movies/tv, would this look worse than a 120hz display?

There is a tradeoff. I prefer to calibrate my colors by watching sports or tv shows to get that natural blend. That is why im very skeptical after purchasing this monitor. It wont look worse but it will probably take some time to get the colors right.
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