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Better late than never - bought my Swift in May 2015 and only just submitted my details.

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Just wanted to say that I finally got some hands on time calibrating and playing around with the 278Q.. I currently have three 279Qs myself and was super impressed with color quality and viewing angles of the 278Q.. Side by side after calibrating I nearly couldn't tell the difference in average use between the IPS and TN.

What an excellent monitor if you can get a good sample.. If I could do my setup all around I would have gotten three of the 278Qs instead.

Hi, can u post your calibrated settings?
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Can you overclock this monitor through the nvidia control panel to try and reach 165hz or is gsync module preventing this? I also have a rog swift in perfect condition, wanted to also ask if u had one would you sell it for a mg279q or the xb271hu($350 more) for ips to avoid pixel inversion gamma shift that tn has for digital art? but then again i would have to play the BLB lottery. Also wanted to ask what voltage is your power adaptor for the asus rog swift is running at? i got a replacement it runs at 20.01v and im sure the monitor is made for 19v isnt 20.01v too high? currently using a laptop multi manhattan adaptor at 19.47v, wouldnt the 20v one create excess heat or lower lifespan or damage it somehow? what is the max range of voltages for 19v monitors that should be acceptable?
    
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Hey everyone, just joined the forum and recently purchased my pg278q. Love this monitor. I was wondering if any of you know of a good inexpensive second and third monitor setup that can span with the pg278q? Are any of you using multiple display spanning with the pg278q and some other model? If so let me know what you have found to work. I just recently spent around $1400 on PC parts and want to go with something a bit less expensive for spanning.
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Originally Posted by Stoogie View Post

Can you overclock this monitor through the nvidia control panel to try and reach 165hz or is gsync module preventing this? I also have a rog swift in perfect condition, wanted to also ask if u had one would you sell it for a mg279q or the xb271hu($350 more) for ips to avoid pixel inversion gamma shift that tn has for digital art? but then again i would have to play the BLB lottery. Also wanted to ask what voltage is your power adaptor for the asus rog swift is running at? i got a replacement it runs at 20.01v and im sure the monitor is made for 19v isnt 20.01v too high? currently using a laptop multi manhattan adaptor at 19.47v, wouldnt the 20v one create excess heat or lower lifespan or damage it somehow? what is the max range of voltages for 19v monitors that should be acceptable?

You can try overclocking but you're really not going to make it to 165 Hz. 144 is high enough anyway. Also these TN monitors are a BLB lottery too, just apparently not quite as bad as 144 Hz IPS.
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Hey everyone, just joined the forum and recently purchased my pg278q. Love this monitor. I was wondering if any of you know of a good inexpensive second and third monitor setup that can span with the pg278q? Are any of you using multiple display spanning with the pg278q and some other model? If so let me know what you have found to work. I just recently spent around $1400 on PC parts and want to go with something a bit less expensive for spanning.

https://www.pccasegear.com/products/32188/lg-25um57-p-25in-ultrawide-ips-led-gaming-monitor

the lg is ever so smaller pixel pitch, 99.6% or something to that of 27" very close
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You can try overclocking but you're really not going to make it to 165 Hz. 144 is high enough anyway. Also these TN monitors are a BLB lottery too, just apparently not quite as bad as 144 Hz IPS.

Guess i won the blb lottery on the original swift. though i did purchase it like 1 year after release.




So you wouldnt switch to ips from the tn swift??
Edited by Stoogie - 2/22/16 at 3:56pm
    
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https://www.pccasegear.com/products/32188/lg-25um57-p-25in-ultrawide-ips-led-gaming-monitor

the lg is ever so smaller pixel pitch, 99.6% or something to that of 27" very close
Guess i won the blb lottery on the original swift. though i did purchase it like 1 year after release.







very nice, Thank you for the suggestion, Stoogie. Just to be sure, You are positive that this LG 25UM57-P will work for an eyefinity spanning if I pick up two of these? I have a 2560x1080 asus that I was hoping would work but apparently it isn't compatible for spanning together.

Edited by Kedrik - 2/22/16 at 4:02pm
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For games i believe they have to be the same refresh rate, and most likely same resolution too, dont bother with eyefinity waste of money, you only need 1 monitor, i use the other for productivity in arts and game design and some programming and stuff. that link i linked u is AUSTRALIAN so the price would be like 40% cheaper for you in US of A.
    
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Hi,
I have my PG278Q since 3 weeks now and I am very happy about it.
Just one thing :
When my wallpaper on the desktop is black or when there is a black font on the screen, there is an area in the middle which is clearer than the rest...Like a kind of white area.





it is circled in red on the enclosed pictures.

These are only visible on black font. When the font is in an other color, it is not visible.
in game, it is not visible.

And also : the lower the brightness level of the screen, the lower this is visible....
it quite disappears when brightness is at "0"

What do you think ? Default ?

Ps : I have also contacted ASUS 2 days ago to get their feedback and opinion (The screen is under warrantee). No answer yet
Edited by GRABibus - 2/24/16 at 2:45pm
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Hi,
I have my PG278Q since 3 weeks now and I am very happy about it.
Just one thing :
When my wallpaper on the desktop is black or when there is a black font on the screen, there is an area in the middle which is clearer than the rest...Like a kind of white area.





it is circled in red on the enclosed pictures.

I had similar areas of "clouding" on my first Swift ... since I had bought it locally, I took it back and exchanged it for another. The second one was much better, having no clouding at all. And what's more, the contrast in general was dramatically better on the second screen; I assumed the "clouding" was affecting the general black levels and color contrast.
    
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