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post #491 of 1296
pythagorean theorem is your friend smile.gif
Keep in mind depending on the rounding used dimensions can be off by up to .02" wink.gif
post #492 of 1296
hi guys I have pre ordered 34UM95 despite the fact that it cost like USD 1300 on my country and I have to wait like 2 months... biggrin.gif screw it I have been obsessed with that 34" 3440x1440 ever since it was announced.

what I want to ask here is : how do you calibrate that monitor? do you guys calibrate it or just using a preset or what?
post #493 of 1296
I have a 34UM94 from Massdrop and I'm noticing some quiet but noticeable (and very annoying) clicking noises coming from the display every few minutes. I'm using DisplayPort (1.1 vs. 1.2 seems to make no difference). LG is supposed to be doing a DOA replacement for me since the 94 is the "commercial" version. I searched this thread and couldn't find anything so I'm really hoping I just got a lemon...

Has anyone noticed anything similar?
post #494 of 1296
where did everyone get the idea that the UM94-P is the commercial version of UM95?
post #495 of 1296
from the description saying that
post #496 of 1296
Quote:
Originally Posted by n4p0l3onic View Post

where did everyone get the idea that the UM94-P is the commercial version of UM95?

From Massdrop/LG. MD was originally planning to drop the 95 but ended up getting the 94. The only real difference is a 3-year warranty and a better DOA policy (new unit replacement if less than 30 days old, vs a refurb).
post #497 of 1296
I've been using my 34UM64-P (3 year warranty) for about a week now so far I love this monitor.

I did run a black light bleed test and I'm happy to report that I do have minimal IPS glow but no black light bleed that I can see.

I do have the odd video flicker every now and then while connected to DVI, can't recreate it by giggling the cable but it happens every now and then and not everytime. Never happened while connected to HDMI (ordered a new dual link DVI cable off ebay that was defective). I had to order a Roswell D-DVI cable from new egg so I ran the monitor for a good two days connected to HDMI and never a blip.

My card is a Nvidia 720 1gb running the latest drivers.
Edited by gnet158 - 10/19/14 at 7:42pm
post #498 of 1296
Hey guys! I picked up an LG 34UM65-P monitor yesterday and I've gotta say, its great. Games look amazing, movies (cropped to 2:35:1 when able to without distortion) is a refreshing change. I do have one problem though. The picture doesn't take up the entire monitor. I have black borders around it, in game, in movie, in Windows.

About 2mm on the bottom and 1cm on the top, left and right hand sides.

Huh?

Any ideas how to fix this?

I'm using HDMI 1.4 with an ATI 7970, Windows 7 and a 24" (dual) monitor. I had to set the resolution to 2560x1080 in Catalyst Control to get it to display 'full screen' when running dual monitors. Windows and CCC both say they're running at 2560x1080 as do all the games I've tried. I'm assuming its some form of scaling issue.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

Regards.
post #499 of 1296
Quote:
Originally Posted by dozerplex View Post

Hey guys! I picked up an LG 34UM65-P monitor yesterday and I've gotta say, its great. Games look amazing, movies (cropped to 2:35:1 when able to without distortion) is a refreshing change. I do have one problem though. The picture doesn't take up the entire monitor. I have black borders around it, in game, in movie, in Windows.

About 2mm on the bottom and 1cm on the top, left and right hand sides.

Huh?

Any ideas how to fix this?

I'm using HDMI 1.4 with an ATI 7970, Windows 7 and a 24" (dual) monitor. I had to set the resolution to 2560x1080 in Catalyst Control to get it to display 'full screen' when running dual monitors. Windows and CCC both say they're running at 2560x1080 as do all the games I've tried. I'm assuming its some form of scaling issue.

Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

Regards.

What you are describing, dimension-wise, is the normal border of the panel. At the bottom of it it also has a plastic cover so the border appears to be thinner. The panel of this monitor extends physically almost to the very edge of the device(except from the bottom), which gives it a cleaner look as on the top and the sides you only see 1mm of plastic around it - but once you turn it on you realise that it is a clever marketing trick to improve the overall aesthetics of it.
I don't mind by the way, i am also happy with my 65, and there is nothing wrong with yours either.
post #500 of 1296
Somehow my PC isn't detecting the USB connection to my LG34UM95 anymore.
Well it does as in things plugged into my LG i can see (flash drives, webcam, etc, they work)
But the TrueColorFinder program doesn't see it.
Something is wrong with the TUSB3410 Boot Device driver and I've tried a lot of things trying to reinstall it and update the driver etc, but I still get yellow exclamation point in Device Manager for it.

Any ideas?
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