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Long thread, so I haven't been able to read through it all, so this may have been answered.

I recently received my freesync XR341CK and have been driving it with crossfire 280x's. I'm seeing frame skipping at 75hz that i can see with my own eyes (60hz looks WAY smoother) and via the online frame skip test (I can post pics later that show skipping only at 75hz) Now, I know that nvidia cards have exhibited frame skipping at 75 hz on this monitor, but I'm wondering if non-freesync amd cards also do this.

I have a 390x on the way that I got for cheap that should be here next week so I can see if that definitely is the case. In the meantime, has anyone seen this happen?


So I received my 390x. 75hz works with zero frame skipping. So, it's not just NVidia cards that frame skip at 75hz. It's ANY non-freesync card.
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Monitor has now been sent off for a refund for the last time. I honestly don't think ACER has any intention to fix the scanline issue and now there is some competition on the way so I have options.

Shout outs to the following folks, it's been a great few months bouncing ideas / troubleshooting with you:

drfish
x3sphere
Smokey the Bear
-terabyte-
funfordcobra
Scoobydooby11

and a special thank you to Mountainlifter for trying harder than anyone to get the scanline issue resolved, wish it worked out.

I will be hopping on the PG348Q thread soon, perhaps some of us will be chatting again hopefully not with the same issues haha. If the ASUS is as big as a disappointment as the X34 I'm just going to settle for the $500 Monoprice one coming out that has the same panel minus Freesync/G-Sync and @75hz. Maybe use the remainder to get a HTC Vive. Best wishes to all!
Edited by Striker444 - 1/14/16 at 10:49am
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can someone with a x34 measure the height for me please like ive drawn into this pic?

i think my amp is to high and i need to buy another little table thing for it if i buy a x34 lol redface.gif

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According to TFTCentral's review, the clearance is 40mm at it's lowest setting, and a maximum of 190mm. This translates to 1.575" (roughly 1 and 19/32") minimum, 7.48" maximum (roughly 7 and 15/32") if one is in a country that uses the imperial measurement system.
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According to TFTCentral's review, the clearance is 40mm at it's lowest setting, and a maximum of 190mm. This translates to 1.575" (roughly 1 and 19/32") minimum, 7.48" maximum (roughly 7 and 15/32") if one is in a country that uses the imperial measurement system.

sweet, thanks. then ive got roughly 40mm space left as my amp is 150mm in height smile.gif
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sweet, thanks. then ive got roughly 40mm space left as my amp is 150mm in height smile.gif

Not a problem at all, and glad to hear it'll fit smile.gif
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I've been following this thread for months so figured I'd contribute:

I received my X34 in early December. I believe it has a September manufacture date.

So far it has been perfect. I have never seen the Wake-From-Sleep issue and I cannot for the life of me notice "scan lines" during the GSync demo. I'm coming from a line of cheap-o TN monitors, so it may just be that I'm not trained for that level of detail. Either way, this is an amazing monitor and I will not be using the extended return from NewEgg.

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I've been following this thread for months so figured I'd contribute:

I received my X34 in early December. I believe it has a September manufacture date.

So far it has been perfect. I have never seen the Wake-From-Sleep issue and I cannot for the life of me notice "scan lines" during the GSync demo. I'm coming from a line of cheap-o TN monitors, so it may just be that I'm not trained for that level of detail. Either way, this is an amazing monitor and I will not be using the extended return from NewEgg.

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What size/res are the monitors on the sides?

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Apologies for the delay:

The side monitors are ASUS VE248H 24" 1920x1080

I'll upgrade them eventually.

First I'd like to find a single monitor bracket for all three. If anyone can recommend one, it would be appreciated.
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I've had my x34 for coming up on a month now, everything worked perfectly for the first few weeks, but now it has started to crap out on me. In games, the monitor will suddenly and unexpectedly lose signal--the screen turns to black and flickers on and off, the displayport logo shows, and then the screen is back on. This has happened across multiple games, even in Undertale, which is locked at 30 FPS and should not be stressing out anything.

I am running it at 100hz on a 980 Ti G1. I've tried multiple displayport cables, so I know the cables aren't bad. Is this behavior the result of overclock instability? I need to figure this out before my return window closes.
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