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Originally Posted by Mountainlifter View Post

This suggestion might be far fetched: But if you use an extension cord to power your monitor and PC from one socket, could you try running the monitor on a separate power socket? Do you have proper grounding in your residence? Are you guys running 110V or 220V?

When I tried it on the GTX980 that was at a friends house. Different power cord, different socket, different side of the city! Located in the UK, so it is 240v.

Switched DP cables as well, no change.
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Originally Posted by smoobandit View Post

When I tried it on the GTX980 that was at a friends house. Different power cord, different socket, different side of the city! Located in the UK, so it is 240v.

Switched DP cables as well, no change.

AH, I see. I presumed that you'd have asked a friend to bring over his PC tower instead of transporting this bulk of a monitor. Well, thanks for sharing that information.

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Originally Posted by drfish View Post

I'm in the process of uploading some videos of this. Neither of them are very good but without a better camera than my phone I don't have a lot of options for sharing more detail.

In the first video right between the 40-45 second mark is the best look at it. I know the image on the screen is supposed to be rippling water but trust me the lines you are seeing are not part of what should be rendering in game.

I won't try to point out any other scene specifically, I'd like to hear what people think on their own.

1st Video: https://youtu.be/WVSVRiROSmI

2nd Video: https://youtu.be/1H2e34HII1c

Edit: LOL, my videos are so crappy that YouTube only processed them in 360p.

Here are the OneDrive links to the source files (download them for the best view):

#1: http://1drv.ms/1PdTfo3
#2: http://1drv.ms/1PdTj7x

I downloaded the videos. I could definitely see it on the video titled "WP_20151101_002.mp4' at exactly 0:58 and onwards when you start zooming in.

PS: Your Youtube Videos are now playing at 1080p.

Edit: Do you think this is caused by using G-sync in windowed mode? Perhaps enabling it only in fullscreen mode will not have this error?
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Just played the new Tomb Raider on this bad boy monitor. It wasn't the best experience. Thought I was playing on a non GSync 60hz monitor. Could have easily been a driver issue. We weren't allowed to know what was powering it. Battlefront ran well on it, different system though.
post #4904 of 6126
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Originally Posted by heyguyslol View Post

I haven't had any issues with my x34 that you guys have been describing or what was described in these vids.
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Originally Posted by hatlesschimp View Post

Just played the new Tomb Raider on this bad boy monitor. It wasn't the best experience. Thought I was playing on a non GSync 60hz monitor. Could have easily been a driver issue. We weren't allowed to know what was powering it. Battlefront ran well on it, different system though.

When you say that you just played the new Tomb Raider, do you mean "Rise of the Tomb Raider"? if so how were you able to play this? Does it support 21:9?
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Originally Posted by heyguyslol View Post


When you say that you just played the new Tomb Raider, do you mean "Rise of the Tomb Raider"? if so how were you able to play this? Does it support 21:9?

Rise of the Tomb Raider (11/10/2015) is timed exclusive for the Xbox One until spring 2016. Most likely, he is speaking about Tomb Raider (2013).
Edited by Kanivakil - 11/1/15 at 10:22am
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Originally Posted by Kanivakil View Post

Rise of the Tomb Raider (11/10/2015) is timed exclusive for the Xbox One until spring 2016. Most likely, he is speaking about Tomb Raider (2013).

I think he is at PAX Australia. He might be playing the new Tomb Raider there.
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Originally Posted by Elmy View Post

I think he is at PAX Australia. He might be playing the new Tomb Raider there.

I still see that you can only pre-order Rise of the Tomb Raider from Australian websites. But anyhow, either it be false or true, it's still an Xbox One console game. The game will play in 1080p and will either be nastily stretched out or played with black bars on all sides.
Edited by Kanivakil - 11/1/15 at 10:38am
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Well Tomb Raider 2013 isn't new which is why I asked for clarification. I'm only concerned with the PC version as I am not a console gamer. Unfortunately the PC version is said to be released at the end of 2016 frown.gif
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Originally Posted by heyguyslol View Post

Well Tomb Raider 2013 isn't new ...

It is new in a sense that it is the latest (released). The older release (1996) has the same exact title. The game is timed exclusive for the Xbox One until spring 2016 and you weren't aware of that. If you knew that you wouldn't have asked the question if it would play in 21:9 knowing very well that Xbox One will only play a maximum resolution of 1080p and 16:9.
Edited by Kanivakil - 11/1/15 at 11:08am
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Originally Posted by Kanivakil View Post


Rise of the Tomb Raider (11/10/2015) is timed exclusive for the Xbox One until spring 2016. Most likely, he is speaking about Tomb Raider (2013).

 

Rise of the Tomb Raider should be out for PC early 2016 actually. It will then be out for PS4 around this time next year.

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