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post #1971 of 6154
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Originally Posted by brandon6199 View Post

How? I don't get it. 15-20 brightness is incredibly dim. I guess I'll never understand. doh.gif

I guess as long as you can see all the grey levels it doesn't matter.

I'm running mine on:

Brightness: 55
Contrast: 50
R:97
G: 98
B:98
Asus PG278Q Color Profile, D6500

This is useful from Aida64 Extreme


Here is my ROG smile.gif Lighting was bad but that didn't stop me today.
post #1972 of 6154
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Originally Posted by brandon6199 View Post

I've been using my ROG Swift for days, and I've yet to witness any "pixel inversion" or any type of artifacts on the display. I've tried many different games as well. Once I replaced the stock DisplayPort cable that came with my Swift, it's literally been perfect.

Can you do these tests and report, I'm curious to see your results, if you don't notice vertical lines in the browser test or ingame test I want the same cable, so if you can post your cable reference please too

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?52705-PG278Q-Vertical-Lines-Pixel-Inversion-Inversion-Artifacts
Edited by class101 - 10/22/14 at 2:52am
post #1973 of 6154
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Originally Posted by astrixx View Post

I guess as long as you can see all the grey levels it doesn't matter.

I'm running mine on:

Brightness: 55
Contrast: 50
R:97
G: 98
B:98
Asus PG278Q Color Profile, D6500

I think mine might be a bit bright I might do some dynamic range adjustments of the brightness, don't know the correct term.
post #1974 of 6154
Found out something on second rig
Gsync is very very sensitive to imc timings n cache/uncore stability

Have u ever had a game which fps is imconsistent with gsync. Thats ure answer.

To trouble shoot that rig which passed prime95 28.5 every fft imgineable / linpack commamd line etc..

Had to use the latest linx. What was needed was a bump in iod by 0.016v which really was suprising. So far tested gsync again for last 72 hrs. Issue didnt crop up anymore.

So just to share if gsync is suddenly gone all bonkers. Retry on stock n compare.
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Finally been buying a Belkin DP cable http://www.amazon.fr/gp/product/B0017U4JAY/, I get it tommorrow so I will report back if it fixed my problems
post #1976 of 6154
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Originally Posted by molleh View Post

Where do people get this idea that 40-60fps is a "sweet spot" for g-sync? I've seen it, it still looks like a low framerate compared to 100+fps.

Because it is the sweet spot for a 60 Hz max display.

The benefits extend up to the max refresh rate, whatever it is. In the case of the Swift, that's the full 144. There is no "diminishing returns" point.
post #1977 of 6154
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Originally Posted by Mand12 View Post

And since I was seeing it both before and after that patch, and in fact see it in every single game and even in desktop things like browser windows, I hope it's just something wrong with my display.

Now if only I can convince anyone else that it happens.
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And since I was seeing it both before and after that patch, and in fact see it in every single game and even in desktop things like browser windows, I hope it's just something wrong with my display.

Now if only I can convince anyone else that it happens.

This could very well be a monitor lottery QA issue with the panels. If some people see it and others don't.

VG248QE and Benq XL2411T (exact same panel) both had issues similar in a way, with some samples having it bad while others having it barely noticeable at all:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1409719/new-vg248qe-has-scanlines
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post #1978 of 6154
I'm really loving this monitor now. The graphics in BF4 at 135% resolution scale wow.


http://f.cl.ly/items/3e1k3E1q1B3H3X3g391L/ScreenshotWin32-0030.png

http://f.cl.ly/items/0l1r0e1b3p3C2F3V063y/ScreenshotWin32-0033.png

After messing with the settings again I found a nice setting that's not to bright.

Brightness: 50
Contrast: 43

Color Temp: Warm (It's actually better than I can tune at that brightness.) normal is too cool.

Anyone know what the values are for warm?
Edited by astrixx - 10/22/14 at 7:44am
post #1979 of 6154
amazon has some for $842+$22 in shipping that is sold by Beach audio... unfortunate markup indeed. I'll wait.
post #1980 of 6154
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Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

amazon has some for $842+$22 in shipping that is sold by Beach audio... unfortunate markup indeed. I'll wait.
We are paying minimum $999.00 AUD in Australia. I paid $1050.00, oh well we have to put up with it. I can easily have small things brought over on a fortnightly basis from LA since my cousin works for Qantas but the swift was a little too big lol.
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