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post #131 of 514
Hi,

I just received this monitor today.

Everything is great and I love it. My only concern is that I seem to notice some motion blur while playing. Since this is my first monitor that is bigger than 1080p, I don't know id that is to be expected or not.

I tried to play with the setting of the monitor but it did not change anything at all.

Is this normal or not?
post #132 of 514
Did you turn up the input time in the OSD to advanced? Should help. I don't really notice much blur or lag, and I've been playing BF3 a lot lately.
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Have you set the overdrive settings to advanced as the OP suggested? Seems to cut down on motion blur.

Motion blur is to be expected in IPS monitors. Some more than others. Drop some settings and that should also help. AA should be off on your more GPU hungry games as with IPS panels games look brilliant enough without it.
     
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My English is not top notch and I think I am missing something, the only OSD options I have are OSD positon, OSD timeout, OSD Background which I am guessing is not what I am looking for.

I did change the Response Time to Advanced and it is better. Is that the option that I am looking for?
post #135 of 514
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Originally Posted by achnod View Post

I seem to notice some motion blur while playing.

All LCD's have motion blur. Were you using a CRT before?


Unfortunately when set as the 2nd display I get vertical tearing occasionally when watching content (power dvd 11+re-clock). I've tried dl-dvi & DP and get the same issue which is kind of a deal breaker for me.

Calibration results:


This is the 2nd best 2560x1440 monitor I have owned in terms of calibrated image quality. Like the Asus PB278Q, the VP2770 has noticeably deeper blacks than my S27A850D, but neither can match the neutral image quality (neutrality=lack of color dominance) and accurate sRGB coverage the S27A850D provides after calibration. In terms of image neutrality & sRGB coverage the VP2770 is even slightly behind my CrossOver 2720MDP, but the MDP can't match the VP2770's ability to discern between light shades or black levels.
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post #136 of 514
Finally this monitor is picking up some speed nice to see other people jumping on board.
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Pity about the input lag on this monitor. That's the main thing steering me towards the ZR2740w. If I was happy with that much lag I might as well get the U2711 (~5ms difference).

Also annoying that it has no 1:1 pixel mapping - I'd love to not have to rely on Nvidia's unreliable scaling. The ZR2740w has an excuse for no 1:1, but this monitor doesn't.

I like the styling though, looks very NECish.
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post #138 of 514
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The Viewsonic has lower total lag vs. the HP as well as less ghosting. The HP has more ghosting than most of the other recent 2560x1440 monitors

HP ZR2740W=4.8ms signal delay plus 12.8 pixel response time average

http://www.prad.de/new/monitore/test/2012/test-hp-zr2740w-teil6.html#Latenzzeit

VP2770=7.2ms signal delay plus 5.2 pixel response times

http://www.prad.de/new/monitore/test/2013/test-viewsonic-vp2770-led-teil11.html#Latenzzeit

Disregard the numbers from TFT Central.
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Disregard the numbers from TFT Central.

Why, I thought they'd fixed their methods?
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Why, I thought they'd fixed their methods?

They switched methods.

Now they are using an oscilloscope for the pixel response times instead of just only looking at the PixPerAn car but the lag testing methodology is still erroneous.
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