Originally Posted by hamzatm
I tried 100Hz lightboost, it has exactly the same ghosting effect. Also tried the anti crimson tint settings posted above, it made the monitor look super green - perhaps it isn't a red tint I'm seeing then? Stuff definitely looks pink and darker on the HE.
The numbers are optimized for BENQ XL2411T's. It's possible that adjustments needs to be very different for the ASUS VG278HE.
To be honest the ghosting looks like you have overdrive on waaaay to high, with agressive light/dark coronas visible.
Sounds like the VG278HE uses very different overdrive settings than VG278H. The RTC needs to be optimized so that the strobe flash occurs when the pixels are near its final value. Sometimes they have to use aggressive RTC, but that is not seen by the human eye as long as that is kept in the dark. Apparently, it doesn't seem to be as well-optimized on the VG278HE as the VG278H (if it's not a defective panel)
Regarding colour, in the Lagom full screen Inversion test the first image up (current: 1) the HE looks green. Yep,dark green. Whereas the H shows the image as grey which I presume is correct?
Correct, that's the correct color. A dark-green inversion pattern is unusual; do you have access to another VG278HE to determine if it's just simply a defective panel (it might be normal, but I'm now rather curious), or a lower-quality panel.
In the 11-box pixelwalk test, box 2a and 2b flicker between grey, purple and green!! Whereas they correctly stay grey on the H. Crazy colour problems..
Yes, excessively flickering inversion patterns are bad. The BENQ XL2411T is actually pretty good, much better than my VG278H.
Interesting to hear your observations.