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Pretty much. Have you tried lowering your Pixel Clock Rate as much as possible in CRU? If you're still getting those blue lines, I would just drop to 105~115Hz.

I will try the pixel clock rate, what should I lower it to?
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Sometimes you have to use a decent bit of pressure and it may take a min, I did it with my monitor on several times and it fixed it

thanks. I was applying a lot of pressure, tbh I think I'll quit whilst im ahead just now as its not working, maybe it'll disappear in time. I'll no doubt end up forgetting about it anyway
post #9193 of 25899
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thanks. I was applying a lot of pressure, tbh I think I'll quit whilst im ahead just now as its not working, maybe it'll disappear in time. I'll no doubt end up forgetting about it anyway

Yeah, a single pixel is not too big of a deal.
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Battlefield 4 has been out for a bit now and I am wondering how the monitors stand up with the game?
I am looking to build a new pc to play this game and does anyone have any experience or reviews with bf4 and the monitors?
How is the motion blur?

Want to make sure this is the right choice to pair up with the game
post #9195 of 25899
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Originally Posted by Hollowcrown View Post

Battlefield 4 has been out for a bit now and I am wondering how the monitors stand up with the game?
I am looking to build a new pc to play this game and does anyone have any experience or reviews with bf4 and the monitors?
How is the motion blur?

Want to make sure this is the right choice to pair up with the game

When I got my screen fixed I played bf3 just before bf4 release, I posted at the time that the motion blur or input lag effect on fast paced gameplay such as bf3 operation metro was completely unplayable on this screen Imo, since switching to bf4 had no such problems, it is great. I have motion blur off in game and then one step further using a settings cfg file which virtually removes all game motion blur.
post #9196 of 25899
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Originally Posted by jincuteguy View Post

So I'm looking for a 30" monitor 2560-1600 with PLS panel. Does anyone know if Qnix or X-star make 30" version besides those 27 ones? Any infos would be appreciated.
Watch out. 30" LCD panels generally have inferior color reproduction, black levels, contrast ratios, etc... than 27" 1440p monitors. At least that's the trend seen till now. So they're not better in that sense.
post #9197 of 25899
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When I got my screen fixed I played bf3 just before bf4 release, I posted at the time that the motion blur or input lag effect on fast paced gameplay such as bf3 operation metro was completely unplayable on this screen Imo, since switching to bf4 had no such problems, it is great. I have motion blur off in game and then one step further using a settings cfg file which virtually removes all game motion blur.

Care to post the .cfg settings?
    
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When I got my screen fixed I played bf3 just before bf4 release, I posted at the time that the motion blur or input lag effect on fast paced gameplay such as bf3 operation metro was completely unplayable on this screen Imo, since switching to bf4 had no such problems, it is great. I have motion blur off in game and then one step further using a settings cfg file which virtually removes all game motion blur.

That sounds great! Any reason why its better for bf4 and not the bf3? I hope its like that for all monitors and oyu just didnt get a lucky one haha
post #9199 of 25899
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Originally Posted by Hollowcrown View Post

That sounds great! Any reason why its better for bf4 and not the bf3? I hope its like that for all monitors and oyu just didnt get a lucky one haha

No idea, may be the design between the two games but no problems playing bf4 on this screen whereas if would have been playing bf3 for longer would not have been able to use it.

@Astonished my Bf4 cfg lines as follows

GameTime.MaxVariableFps 200.000000
GstRender.MotionBlur 0.000000
PerfOverlay.DrawFps 1
PerfOverlay.DrawGraph 0
PerfOverlay.Enable 1
Render.DrawScreenInfo 0
Render.VsyncFlashTestEnable 0
RenderDevice.Dx11Dot1Enable 1
RenderDevice.Dx11Dot1RuntimeEnable 1
RenderDevice.Dx11Enable 1
RenderDevice.renderaheadlimit 0
RenderDevice.TripleBufferingEnable 0
RenderDevice.VSyncEnable 0
Screenshot.Format png
UI.DrawEnable 1
WorldRender.DxDeferredCsPathEnable 1
WorldRender.FxaaEnable 0
WorldRender.MotionBlurEnable 0
WorldRender.MotionBlurFixedShutterTime 0
WorldRender.MotionBlurForceOn 0
WorldRender.MotionBlurMax 0
WorldRender.MotionBlurMaxSampleCount 0
WorldRender.MotionBlurQuality 0

WorldRender.SpotLightShadowmapResolution 1024
post #9200 of 25899
So I now have 3 of these 27" monitors (sadly, 2 XSTAR, 1 QNIX, would have loved one last XSTAR) and I have them wall mounted.

So the next step is cable management, I want to punch the hole into the wall, and do it that way (as they do with newer TV setups). So to do this I need to buy longer DVI cables to reach the entire length. As in side monitor cables go sideways to the middle monitor, then into the wall, so only one hole smile.gif

My question is, my monitors currently overlook to 96hz without issue, how much of a difference does cables make? I want to buy the cheapest I can find of DVI, but is that fine, will I have issues, will the longer length cause issue? Note, I will be getting I think 10FT cables, if not longer to accomplish the clean inside wall run.
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