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post #4941 of 6154
The Swift is advertised having thin bezels. But I just notice now there are black lines on the border of the screen. At first I thought my Swift is not Full Screen. But it seems this is the way the Swift was built, right? I'm assuming its not just my Swift. It would have been more pretty to look at if that black line wasn't there imo.

EDIT: so I just read a user review on amazon that says the screen extends completely towards the bezel. It obviously doesn't for me. Seems odd why we would pay for thin bezels, but then having a thin black line ruining it.
Edited by PullTheTricker - 5/25/15 at 2:50am
post #4942 of 6154
Almost all monitors have a thin black bezel between the panel and the actual plastic hard bezel. That's normal. All screens are like that.
post #4943 of 6154
Is there a high-quality panel version of this but with 1080? Same panel, lower resolution?

Because, compared to 1440 it is much better performance wise for games...
post #4944 of 6154
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Is there a high-quality panel version of this but with 1080? Same panel, lower resolution?

Because, compared to 1440 it is much better performance wise for games...
There isn't an rog swift 1080p version but here are some TN 1080p gsync monitors

AOC G2460PG
Benq XL2420g
Acer XB240H
Acer XB270H

All of them TN panels, 1080p, 144hz and g-sync, first 3 are 24" last one is 27"
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Almost all monitors have a thin black bezel between the panel and the actual plastic hard bezel. That's normal. All screens are like that.
My previous BenQ with thick bezels didnt have it, the picture was stretched to the bezel. But oh well, nvm, its only a minor con so far.
post #4946 of 6154
Nope. It's a play on words really. the Bezel is actually just the plastic shroud. Which is 6mm. though the distance from the edge of the monitor to the start of the active pixels is 13mm.
    
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Nope. It's a play on words really. the Bezel is actually just the plastic shroud. Which is 6mm. though the distance from the edge of the monitor to the start of the active pixels is 13mm.
I know, my point is that its an immersion breaker in daylight when you can see the bezel and the black line on the outside. Its better to have a thicker bezel in that case, imo. But oh well, I play my Swift mostly at night and in the dark, so thats when you don't notice a thing anyway. Its a minor annoyance, but so far loving my Swift.
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Are all the bugs fixed for this monitor?
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Are all the bugs fixed for this monitor?
Mine is a December 2014 version..Have it for one and a half month and no problems so far.My only problem is the low gamma the monitor has (around 1.8-1.9) but i adjusted the gamma from nvidia control panel and it's pretty awesome now.
    
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Mine is a December 2014 version..Have it for one and a half month and no problems so far.My only problem is the low gamma the monitor has (around 1.8-1.9) but i adjusted the gamma from nvidia control panel and it's pretty awesome now.

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