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I give up.. can anyone post their picture mode and settings for pc browsing and gaming purposes.
Mine text looks very crispy in standard mode default settings.
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I give up.. can anyone post their picture mode and settings for pc browsing and gaming purposes.
Mine text looks very crispy in standard mode default settings.
What is your problem?

These are my settings and I use these in theater mode


My contrast is actually at 70 now, I just checked.
 
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Well those are default settings besides contrast.
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probably stupid question but im very close to buy it and i want to be 100% sure : this monitor is 60HZ ? i need it just for PS4 and look perfect! ( i dont have space for something bigger)

full hd 1080p 60hz is all i need for my PS4
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probably stupid question but im very close to buy it and i want to be 100% sure : this monitor is 60HZ ? i need it just for PS4 and look perfect! ( i dont have space for something bigger)

full hd 1080p 60hz is all i need for my PS4

These monitors are 1080p at 60hz. I would recommend waiting a few weeks to buy it though if you are going with Newegg, Newegg is probably going to be putting these on sale again. They've put them on sale probably 4 times already this year and I wouldn't be surprised if they do it again before the year is up.

About a month and a half ago they were $150.00 @NEWEGG
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I just got mine VN247H and i'm happy i don't have any dead pixels. But there is another thing that worries me more. There is a background light leak at the bottom of the screen only. It's not very noticeable but the bottom of the screen is heating up very rapidly. Other sides (left, right and top) are cool even after 10 hours of gameplay. But the bottom part is heated up in an hour so much that you are affraid to turn it off after the whole day biggrin.gif I just need to know if this is normal or serious manufacturing issue. Thanks in advance for all help smile.gif
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me too, I don't know if anything else in my computer needs replaces and I can't do multimonitir until my comp is back up.qcw5
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This monitor is garbage but I was too lazy to return it when I first got it... Anyways
I did calibrate it, it's night and day better now (still garbage, am spoiled) let me know what you think.

Here are my settings first:
Night View Mood (the least bleeding)

On SET settings

Brightness = 40
Contrast = 80
Saturation = 50
Color Temp. = Warm
Skin Tone = Natural
Smart View = Off
Sharpness = 40

On AMD Catalyst Control Settings
Desktop Management > Desktop Colors
==Reactivate AMD color controls==

Then
Gamma = 1.20
Brightness = -2
Contrast = 80

Then under
Digital Flat Panels > Display Color
Saturation = 94
Let me know how you like these settings smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kindiboy View Post

This monitor is garbage but I was too lazy to return it when I first got it... Anyways
I did calibrate it, it's night and day better now (still garbage, am spoiled) let me know what you think.

Here are my settings first:
Night View Mood (the least bleeding)

On SET settings

Brightness = 40
Contrast = 80
Saturation = 50
Color Temp. = Warm
Skin Tone = Natural
Smart View = Off
Sharpness = 40

On AMD Catalyst Control Settings
Desktop Management > Desktop Colors
==Reactivate AMD color controls==

Then
Gamma = 1.20
Brightness = -2
Contrast = 80

Then under
Digital Flat Panels > Display Color
Saturation = 94
Let me know how you like these settings smile.gif

So I have the AMD CATALYST 13.11 beta but seeing that under Desktop Management there is no option for Desktop Controls. All it gives me is Advanced Display settings which leads me to Display Detection Option. What version do you have installed?

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'Desktop Colors' not 'Desktop Controls'
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