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Originally Posted by PostalTwinkie View Post


The guys over at Blurr Busters are reporting ALL G-Sync displays are delayed, not just the ROG Swift.
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These guys are generally pretty up on their display info, so I would believe it.

I'm always skeptical when it comes to these things unless the source is an actual company rep or valid proof. The info from blurbusters seems like they are talking about the delay to june from earlyQ2
Edited by Kronvict - 3/29/14 at 4:40pm
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post #2392 of 8206
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There is no perfect solution.
If the framerate isn't matching the refresh rate you'll experience micro stuttering.
For example at 59fps, you would get one stutter per second.
If you're happy with the cap at 60fps, I would keep it there. That way it stays smooth.

Awesome ..

I always thought it was just a problem with the some what slow, 1440p, PLS S27850D monitor that made it lag with VSYNC turned on ... but turning VSYNC off and capping the FPS at 60 with PrecisionX (or with in-game options, where available) really results in a totally more responsive (mouse to screen) experience.

And yes ... after playing a bit .. I do some times see that "one stutter per second" ... but it's only in certain scenes ... and involving certain lighting ... and it's totally not an issue ...

...

That said .,..

Playing Deus Ex HR of late? I can't wait to get my hands on this new Asus screen (cause I know, with VSYNC turned off .. and even with my dual, SLI GTX 670 4gBS? .. I still get a very nice 150+ fps) ... but then add Gsync to that, 120hz and a 1ms response time? ...

My epeen shudders at the thought.

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post #2393 of 8206
A sad realization I've had is that truth be told most of those technologies are realized by most people after being around computers for 20 years or more or by some rare young brilliant minds.

The majority of people just care of screen size and little bits of the rest. And that's what drives the Market. And that's what will be on shops until it runs out of stock.

We need a promotion program that shows how annoying unsynced low fps is (by showing them how relaxing is the opposite).
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post #2394 of 8206
This is disappointing. I've put my pc gaming on hold until I get a g-sync monitor. Hopefully it doesn't take too long.
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post #2395 of 8206
Eh, it being delayed doesn't bother me at all - gives me more time to get a Microsoft Surface Pro 2 first then focus on upgrading the desktop monitors to this one plus two other 27" displays ^_^
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post #2396 of 8206
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Do you really think the monitor some guys told you about seeing in passing in January is going to be the same as the one released in September or October? The AG coating hasn't even been decided upon. The version of gsync it was running is not fit for production. You're making claims about what this monitor will be in Q3 (supposedly) based on hearsay from people who did not interact with the monitor, and saw it running a specifically chosen demo in January.

And notice that this newest development comes through back channel information instead of ASUS itself. The lack of meaningful information from ASUS speaks volumes. You just don't want to hear it.

As far as the AG coating is concerned, JJ confirmed 4 days ago that nothing has changed in that regard.
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Currently the SWIFT is planned to offer a AG Polarizer. It will be in line with what we have implemented on previous VG series monitors.

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Well I hope JJ reads this forum to be able to see how unenthusiastic some people are about the AG coating. Suppose those people can just pay Vega to remove the garbage Asus wants to throw on their new monitor.
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I'm perfectly fine with AG coating and glad they chose this route as I can't stand glossy personally. Though i do agree that the customers should have both options available.
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As far as the AG coating is concerned, JJ confirmed 4 days ago that nothing has changed in that regard.
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Unfortunately the matte film on the VG248QE is really bad and hence whey I have removed it on over 35 VG248QE's. So if they say it's the same, that is not good...
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Unfortunately the matte film on the VG248QE is really bad and hence whey I have removed it on over 35 VG248QE's. So if they say it's the same, that is not good...

Vega have you tried a ASUS VG248QE Black 24" 144Hz 1ms with the G-Sync kit yet?


And anyone else could chime in why can't I use my ASUS VG278HE Black 27" 2ms with the G-Sync kit? Is it because of them 1ms vs 2ms?
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