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post #3801 of 6155
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Originally Posted by Falkentyne View Post

Ok we need to find out:
Do ALL ROG Swift monitors start out green on that Eizo monitor test on moire test #7/8

Or is it only SOME Swifts?
Because I think if its only some, then all of those should be RMA"d as defective.
That should NOT be happening on ANY working monitor!

depends by:

• SN: E7LMQSXXXXXX - production in July 2014
• no pixel inversion artifact

• SN: E8LMQSXXXXXX - production in August 2014
• no pixel inversion artifact

• SN: E8LMQSXXXXXX - production in September 2014
• no pixel inversion artifact

• SN: E9LMQSXXXXXX - production in October 2014
• Problems of pixel inversion artifact visible especially on light colors

• SN: EBLMQSXXXXXX - production in November 2014
• Serious problems of pixel inversion artifact
post #3802 of 6155
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Originally Posted by Obrigado View Post

depends by:

• SN: E7LMQSXXXXXX - production in July 2014
• no pixel inversion artifact

• SN: E8LMQSXXXXXX - production in August 2014
• no pixel inversion artifact

• SN: E8LMQSXXXXXX - production in September 2014
• no pixel inversion artifact

• SN: E9LMQSXXXXXX - production in October 2014
• Problems of pixel inversion artifact visible especially on light colors

• SN: EBLMQSXXXXXX - production in November 2014
• Serious problems of pixel inversion artifact

No no no, it's not that simple. My monitor doesn't have the vertical lines or any of the other pixel inversion issues reported, only this specific one with the moire test. And mine is from the August batch.
post #3803 of 6155
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Originally Posted by kalston View Post

No no no, it's not that simple. My monitor doesn't have the vertical lines or any of the other pixel inversion issues reported, only this specific one with the moire test. And mine is from the August batch.

i talk about visible pixel inversion in daily use.

like this:



post #3804 of 6155
But you quoted a post that was talking about something else.
post #3805 of 6155
The panels are produced by AU Optronics (the ones working on a 144 Hz AHVA). Considering this is the first 8-bit 144 Hz TN, it is silly to expect perfection. For the price people should expect a good and properly functioning monitor. So if there are any visible defects, by all means send it back. But if you have to use a 180+ fps camera or if you have to run specific tests (which other 120/144 Hz monitors fail too) just to find a problem, then you're really looking for perfection.
post #3806 of 6155
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Originally Posted by villain View Post

The panels are produced by AU Optronics (the ones working on a 144 Hz AHVA). Considering this is the first 8-bit 144 Hz TN, it is silly to expect perfection. For the price people should expect a good and properly functioning monitor. So if there are any visible defects, by all means send it back. But if you have to use a 180+ fps camera or if you have to run specific tests (which other 120/144 Hz monitors fail too) just to find a problem, then you're really looking for perfection.

I guess it pretty much this. I can't see on my games anything like that. Can't spot vertical black stripes or lines or weird flickering on mine. I fired up Trine to test and couldn't spot any visible artifact or whatever. Maybe it's there and I can't see it maybe it's not I don't know. I don't have any complains about this monitor yet. This was my first 120/144hz monitor and in combination with the G-sync I wondered how we could live without it.
post #3807 of 6155
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Originally Posted by villain View Post

The panels are produced by AU Optronics (the ones working on a 144 Hz AHVA). Considering this is the first 8-bit 144 Hz TN, it is silly to expect perfection. For the price people should expect a good and properly functioning monitor. So if there are any visible defects, by all means send it back. But if you have to use a 180+ fps camera or if you have to run specific tests (which other 120/144 Hz monitors fail too) just to find a problem, then you're really looking for perfection.

no....

the problem is visible anytime anyware....
post #3808 of 6155
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Originally Posted by Obrigado View Post

no....

the problem is visible anytime anyware....

As I said:

"For the price people should expect a good and properly functioning monitor. So if there are any visible defects, by all means send it back."
post #3809 of 6155
I found that these monitors done much better job by running at only 120Hz with on board Brightness 47% and default setting in NVIDIA CP..
post #3810 of 6155
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Originally Posted by kalston View Post

What screen are you comparing it with? If you take your old screen and look very closely you will probably notice the same things smile.gif Like I said the size and resolution of the Swift make this kind of thing more obvious - even a game like BF3/4 does not have perfect textures/skyboxes.

Fire up a recent blu-ray instead and you will probably find that things look perfect (besides the grainy AG coating of course)

edit : ew sorry about the double post, I can't find how to delete my own posts?

Yes, you're right. The size and resolution of the Swift amplify every abnormality of games. I can't see banding everywhere in BF3, it's present only in certain specific places (like the smoke in the loadout menu) and it's subtle. Could even be game related... So, I've adapted to it and I'm enjoying the monitor right now. We can't be too picky about it.

Besides this, I also experience that green in the Moire tests 7 and 8 of the Eizo Test and I know it's related to inversion problems, but I can't really spot lines in-game. September Swift here.
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