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I've owned mine since last summer and I am still absolutely thrilled to use it. It still looks as good as when I first pulled it out of the box. I could never imagine going back to a monitor that wasn't ultrawide, curved, and where the blacks were less than deep. I consider it the second best PC purchase I have made. The first being my first SSD.
What about the color shift the guy above was on about? This is important cos i do graphics.
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What about the color shift the guy above was on about? This is important cos i do graphics.

I'm never not sitting directly in front of it when I'm using it so I've never noticed a color shift. I have no doubt that chrisnyc75 is correct. It just doesn't impact me.
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post #533 of 545
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I'm never not sitting directly in front of it when I'm using it so I've never noticed a color shift. I'm have no doubt that chrisnyc75 is correct. It just doesn't impact me.
Ok thanks.
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Originally Posted by zeblade View Post

Forgive me but your talking about the Samsung S34E790C? " color shift, it's pretty pronounced". You know its VA right? Got the monitor.. have 2 TN 24/27 2 Dell IPS one 27 2k with IPS GLOW. Not saying there is kind of shift going on if you stand way up or way down so for so on. I think VA is TN and IPS kind of together yet even with IPS there is some shifting not the same granted. Its just no "pronounced". No blacklight bleed so for so on. The ONLY thing that for me is not the same since its a VA is text sharpness. Which can mostly be fixed with sharp and clear type. Yet my eyes are not what they use to be so.. its looks sharp to me lol.
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I've heard the 27" one looks ok but not amazing in 1080p but as the 24" is 1080p I hear it looks good. has anyone tried it? the 60hz is the only thing I'm kinda meh on.
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Has anyone tried overclocking this monitor or can try it for me?

If it can reach 75hz+ without frame skipping i'm canceling my Acer Z35 order.
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ive overclocked mine to 85Hz
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Has anyone tried overclocking this monitor or can try it for me?

If it can reach 75hz+ without frame skipping i'm canceling my Acer Z35 order.

 

You can oc it, but not without frame skipping.

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You can oc it, but not without frame skipping.

How do u check for frame skipping
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How do u check for frame skipping

 

https://www.testufo.com/#test=frameskipping

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