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guess im ripping the monitor apart
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Try monitor calibration wizard. Download it, then name it and save it in monitor calibration wizard, then load the profile you just saved in the drop down box, click force persistent profile and click load.



http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/Video-Tweak/Monitor-Calibration-Wizard.shtml


seems to do the trick nicely, thanks
post #9933 of 25891
so im alittle confused... they dont make glossy and more? and only with the tempered galss somtimes? can some one take a side pic of the tempered glass one? so ican see what it looks like?
    
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Alright so I hooked it back up and there is not to much of a diff on the gloss, is there a way to disable dynamic contrast cuz I'm hating how dark things are on here.

Anywhoo go to off of what greesum said ( from Harry604 which I also received ) I'm clarifying he means PLS vs IPS as this is what they're supposed to be.

As for the matte removal, I've noticed one thing I can now see faintly what appears to be diagnaol lines shooting across the screen but not moving almost like an aliased effect mainly noticable on white but still feint, I believe this is due to pressue though as if I push in it fades out so I may have to reopen as I noticed the rubber bumpers on the back weren't all the same height so once that's done this should be good.

Though as far as Matte vs Gloss goes thus far on these there appears to be a small difference however colors appear a bit more lively and backlight is a smidgeon. better now for illuminating properly.

Seems the matte film is a tad thinner than normal brands.
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Alright so I hooked it back up and there is not to much of a diff on the gloss, is there a way to disable dynamic contrast cuz I'm hating how dark things are on here.

Anywhoo go to off of what greesum said ( from Harry604 which I also received ) I'm clarifying he means PLS vs IPS as this is what they're supposed to be.

As for the matte removal, I've noticed one thing I can now see faintly what appears to be diagnaol lines shooting across the screen but not moving almost like an aliased effect mainly noticable on white but still feint, I believe this is due to pressue though as if I push in it fades out so I may have to reopen as I noticed the rubber bumpers on the back weren't all the same height so once that's done this should be good.

Though as far as Matte vs Gloss goes thus far on these there appears to be a small difference however colors appear a bit more lively and backlight is a smidgeon. better now for illuminating properly.

Seems the matte film is a tad thinner than normal brands.

You put it back together with the same bezels?
post #9936 of 25891
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You put it back together with the same bezels?

Yup, Just something I noticed while inside but I didn't have the appropriate tape for it.
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For Nvidia, do we no longer need the patcher? Just setting the custom resolution in the Nvidia control panel?
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In the past, the manufacturer released the monitor in three different versions, glare, anti-glare, and tempered glass. Panel without coating was glossy, so it was called glossy panel. However, this panel had lots of problems and very weak from shock and scratches. So the manufacturer no longer produce monitors without any coating. And panel with anti-glare coating and tempered glass is actually glare. So the manufacturer now produces two versions, glossy and matte. You might feel a little confused, but literally, tempered glass version is one of glare panels as it is glare. As long as we know, there's no glossy + tempered glass panel. If there's one like that, it would be too glare to use.
FYI, AH-IPS panel, which is used for YAMAKASI, CROSSOVER, and ACHIEVA, is also anti-glare coated panel with tempered glass. And they call it glare panel. The difference is just the panel is thinner and has better quality than S-IPS panel, which is previous version.

Hope the above is helpful to understand. BTW, so you do not like the 'current glossy' version? Please let us know.

Thank you.

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I can show a email from accessorieswhole guaranteeing it's glossy + tempered glass, and someone else had a email saying it's matte + tempered glass. Same deal with people who have actually removed the tempered glass, 1 had matte underneath, another had glossy. You could get either by the sounds of it. They just say they only have whatever they plan on sending you i reckon.
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guess im ripping the monitor apart
But I thought you said it looked great and you thought it was glossy underneath right? Why the change of heart. After hearing from Lunap that it is a very small difference I am not going to bother unless it looks really bad.
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Anyone else having trouble running a custom resolution (110Hz or 120Hz) with the new Nvidia 331.82 driver? The previous 331.65 driver works perfect. If you add a custom resolution, 2560x1440 110Hz or 120Hz, then test, it will take about 30 seconds for the test to complete. Once you click yes, accept and run, the monitor video goes out, video board still receiving video signal but just backlight. Windows also locks up and you are forced to shutdown improperly. I have ran with windows aero disabled, enabled and disabled SLI, reinstalled twice and nothing seems to work. Trying version 331.93 beta driver now. If both fail then I will have to revert to 331.65.

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