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post #371 of 505
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post

And like response time of panel ? ( not overclock, only input lag and ghosting / trailing ).
Anyone can tell me something about input lag and response in gaming ?
post #372 of 505
Do these monitors come with legitimate warranties? I am thinking of buying two. Backlight bleeding has to be unoticable.
post #373 of 505
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Anyone can tell me something about input lag and response in gaming ?
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post #374 of 505
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Originally Posted by Geek Branden View Post

Do these monitors come with legitimate warranties? I am thinking of buying two. Backlight bleeding has to be unoticable.

If you read through this whole thread and other korean monitor threads you will see many people having blacklight bleeding issues. If you don't want any blacklight bleeding at all you don't want to buy a korean monitor. Although, I saw in another thread someone taking apart their monitor and bending the frame to make it completely straight, which removed his black light bleeding.

As far as my personal experience I bought a yamakasi ds270 with zero blacklight bleeding.
post #375 of 505
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Originally Posted by Zorash View Post

If you read through this whole thread and other korean monitor threads you will see many people having blacklight bleeding issues. If you don't want any blacklight bleeding at all you don't want to buy a korean monitor. Although, I saw in another thread someone taking apart their monitor and bending the frame to make it completely straight, which removed his black light bleeding.

As far as my personal experience I bought a yamakasi ds270 with zero blacklight bleeding.

I guess for those brave enough to disassemble their monitor can fix light-bleed aye? There was somewhere I read on overclock.net that light-bleed cannot be fixed. I wonder whether either is true.
post #376 of 505
I tested a DS270 and a Glossy Qnix I got off Amazon. The DS270 is a GORGEOUS display on the outside. The actually display quality, they look very similar. The blacks on the Qnix Glossy were much deeper though and it overclocks stable to 110hz.

If anyone would like my DS270, it's in perfect condition, ZERO dead pixels and almost no BLB. I'm in the USA.
post #377 of 505
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Originally Posted by Unrealcpu View Post

has anyone tried overclocking the ds270se?

Max 67Hz
post #378 of 505
any gamma shift or issues at 67 hz?

Probably not even worth the trouble


Even with my GTX 780 TI i could care less anything above 60hz at 2560x 1440p
post #379 of 505
did you calibrate them with a color meter?
post #380 of 505
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Originally Posted by digitalforce View Post

I tested a DS270 and a Glossy Qnix I got off Amazon. The DS270 is a GORGEOUS display on the outside. The actually display quality, they look very similar. The blacks on the Qnix Glossy were much deeper though and it overclocks stable to 110hz.

If anyone would like my DS270, it's in perfect condition, ZERO dead pixels and almost no BLB. I'm in the USA.

Did you calibrate them with a color meter , if not then i would say the DS270 is a clear winner out of the box and when calibrated
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