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Just to show people the banding I'm experiencing using YCBCR444 and I played around with the gamma settings but not much change.

ELITE Dangerous right? I remember when researching this screen a bunch of folks were looking at it for that game and someone had a similar problem to you with banding around suns and such in the game

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18636043&page=45

Here took me a bit to find, scroll down a bit and you'll see a guy having a similar complaint in that game
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ELITE Dangerous right? I remember when researching this screen a bunch of folks were looking at it for that game and someone had a similar problem to you with banding around suns and such in the game

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?t=18636043&page=45

Here took me a bit to find, scroll down a bit and you'll see a guy having a similar complaint in that game

Yeah thanks for that, that's where I found the idea for YCBCR 444, but it didn't look like a real solution. GUess i'm learning to live with it ^^ I've manually adjusted my screen now and played with the ingame gamma and it doesn't look as bad anymore.
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What is reason for the banding? Is this not a 8bit panel?
Unless this is 6bit + FRC?

Thought it would be perfect panel, 34" ultra wide (anything smaller is too low vertical estate for ultra wide aspect), VA panel for inky blacks, curved for good pov and the middle ground 3440*1440 resolution. alas! thumb.gif
    
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I have just bought this monitor today, liking it alot so far,

Quick question - anyone successfully overclocked this? I ran a few custom profiles at 75 and 85hz and the text seemed to corrupt slightly,

Any help would be appreciated.
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lt does not reliably overclock past ~65Hz without frame skipping or artifacting.
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Anyone who owns one of these monitors notice a loud popping noise when the monitor is heating up or cooling off? It's like the sound of plastic popping. The pops don't happen often, but they are loud enough to be pretty noticeable when they occur. I mostly hear them after the monitor has been in powersave for a bit.
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Mine does the plastic clicking/poping noise once in a while from the back, sounds normal.

Mine also does this sound. It didn't during the first 2-3 days, but now it started getting worse -or at least I started to notice it. Good thing I see more people having this, as I really don't want to return it. I am wondering if the built-in speakers are to blame...

Visually wise, the screen is perfect. With a quick calibration I got over 100% sRGB and I really do love its colours. I got it next to my Dell U2412M and I have to say, it blows it away. I didn't notice any ghosting or anything in games.
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I'll be color calibrating my s34e790c's with a X-Rite i1pro spectrophotometer soon if you guys are interested in the icc profiles.
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This looks nice, but I am really not sold on curved 21/9 monitors. Also, price be wetawded! Besides, Doesn't VA have input lag issues?
 
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Besides, Doesn't VA have input lag issues?
Input lag is panel type agnostic.
    
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It really sucks that a lot of games aren't supporting the 21:9 resolution, its all stretched out. No proper implementation on popular titles such as starcraft, heroes of the storm, etc.

I planned on two of the Acer X34 (G-Sync's) or two of the samsungs depending on pricing, but if they don't end up adding in support for these monitors I might just pass on them altogether. mad.gif
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