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Sorry just making sure . Why did I just picked up on this problem ? Purchased ASUS PB278Q 2560x1400p monitor a few days ago . Wonder if this monitor shows visual impurities more so then other monitors at 1800p ?

Doubt it. Like I said, I have 2 monitors.

The main one is an Asus VG248QE (144Hz) and the other one is an LG W2361V, which is not as good. However, both monitors show these discolourations and "choppy" kind of images equally as much.

What you could do is maybe play with the display settings (Contrast, brightness, colour, gamma) on your monitor and see if that helps. Don't sacrifice general satisfaction though! smile.gif

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Doubt it. Like I said, I have 2 monitors.

The main one is an Asus VG248QE (144Hz) and the other one is an LG W2361V, which is not as good. However, both monitors show these discolourations and "choppy" kind of images equally as much.

What you could do is maybe play with the display settings (Contrast, brightness, colour, gamma) on your monitor and see if that helps. Don't sacrifice general satisfaction though! smile.gif

-Rich



I also made sure it was not a GTX 680 problem . Intel GPU produced the same results . Also hooked up a crappy monitor from 2004 and produced the same results . Problem I have now is knowing it bothers me thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Off topic : Thinking about buying a GTX 780 . Do you think it would be fair game instead of GTX 680 sli ?
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I also made sure it was not a GTX 680 problem . Intel GPU produced the same results . Also hooked up a crappy monitor from 2004 and produced the same results . Problem I have now is knowing it bothers me thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

Off topic : Thinking about buying a GTX 780 . Do you think it would be fair game instead of GTX 680 sli ?

So you see, the problem is with the source, as I said wink.gif Why should it bother you though? Not every website/image is like that.

Not sure about one 780 vs two 680s. My instinct tells me two 680s would be better but I'm not sure. I currently run a single GTX 770 and I'm very happy with that.

What do you need the extra GPU power for?
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So you see, the problem is with the source, as I said wink.gif Why should it bother you though? Not every website/image is like that.

Not sure about one 780 vs two 680s. My instinct tells me two 680s would be better but I'm not sure. I currently run a single GTX 770 and I'm very happy with that.

What do you need the extra GPU power for?

For more candy and frames . I swear rage is peaking Vram limitations . I can't use high settings or my system will become a pop-in texture / stuttering nightmare . Also need games coming out this year that will demand more power and vram . So at 2560 x 1400 @ 2GB of Vram my bottleneck is coming this year ? thinking.gif
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What are you talking about? The gradients from shade to shade? That has nothing to do with your monitor.
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