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post #1961 of 6155
80 brightness, i'd be blind.. i run 48 and still too bright some times
post #1962 of 6155
*shrug* 80 brightness is fine for me as well. But I'm a brightness whore.
post #1963 of 6155
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Originally Posted by molleh View Post

I got my display yesterday. At first all seemed great, no dead pixels, little if any backlight bleed, good uniformity. Then after a couple of hours a very bright spot began to appear in the center right third of the screen. As time went on it got really really bright. It's not a dead pixel, but rather looks like a hole or something in one of the layers of the screen, underneath the AG coating and everything. It's not like physical damage but some kind of weird manufacturing defect probably. This morning, after the monitor had been off all night, it was completely gone, but then started to come back in about 5 minutes. 30 minutes later it was as bright as ever.

I've head monitors with all types of issues before, but never something like this. I'm going to assume it's defective and I'll need to replace it, but thought I'd ask if there's any chance in hell I can do something to fix that.

Otherwise my second panel is coming from Newegg on Thursday. Who wants to bet it'll have dead pixels or bleed or some other issue that the first one didn't? lol.

Video of the spot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5EZkLCPJ2g

I had that same exact issue. Monitor was perfect for weeks. I returned it and I will have my replacement Friday. Hopefully it is perfect. Then I can finally try Nvidia Surround with 3 of these smile.gif.
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post #1964 of 6155
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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

80 brightness, i'd be blind.. i run 48 and still too bright some times

48 is even too bright for me. I run mine at 20.
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post #1965 of 6155
I see some people here like to look in the sun biggrin.gif

Personally I like 15-20 brightness. Can't imagine looking at 80 or more.
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post #1966 of 6155
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Originally Posted by H4wk View Post

I see some people here like to look in the sun biggrin.gif

Personally I like 15-20 brightness. Can't imagine looking at 80 or more.

How? I don't get it. 15-20 brightness is incredibly dim. I guess I'll never understand. doh.gif
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post #1967 of 6155
It kinda depends on your environment, no? So it'll never be the same for everyone.
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Originally Posted by Threx View Post

Ok, I have a big issue getting Gsync to work. This problem was reported several pages ago but I still can't solve the problem.


USING GTX 770:

While using the latest driver (344.11, supports Maxwell) my Gsync is broken. I test this using the Gsync pendulum demo. Gsync is shown to be activated during the demo, but I get terrible stuttering, just as much as Vsync On.

When I roll the driver back to 340.52 (released in July, doesn't support Maxwell), Gsync works fine.


USING GTX 980:

I just bought a 980 Strix. While using either of the latest drivers that support Maxwell (344.16 or 344.11), Gsync is broken again. I have confirmed that Gsync does "activate" but it's super stuttery.

I'm unable to roll back to the 340.52 driver since it doesn't support Maxwell so it refuses to install.


Anyone have any ideas? =/

Note 1: The "Enable Gsync" option -is- checked in the control panel.
Note 2: In "Manage 3D settings" I have tried switching Power management mode to both Adaptive and Prefer Maximum Performance, neither works.
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when in doubt, format and try again. thumb.gif

something has something bugged some where


After taking my monitor to the store to check if the problem persisted while hooked up to another computer (which it didn't), I ended up reinstalling windows as a last resort and that fixed it.

Hate reinstalling everything again, but at least it's not a faulty monitor. smile.gif
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How? I don't get it. 15-20 brightness is incredibly dim. I guess I'll never understand. doh.gif
Well, I have a bit of Cataract in my eyes therefore I have not so much light in my room therefore I can have monitor on lower brightness, all of this results basically that my eye iris isnt closing and is more open therefore I basically see more, idk, thats how I imagine it works biggrin.gif
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i dont know if this is mentioned in the thread but if your card isnt downclocking to desktop after you get this monitor is because of the 144hz use 120hz in desktop
right click screen resolution then advanced settings choose 120 hz and then in nvidia control panel go to manage 3d settings then program settings choose your game and then go to preferred refresh rate ancor communication inc rog pg278q and choose highest available

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