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Well, I drove an hour and a half out there and got it, only to unbox extreme disappointment (again). I swear to god buying monitors is the worst thing in the entire world when it comes to PC's. I grabbed the AOC U2879VF which I think a few people here have, its a 4K Freesync panel (same 28" panel as in all of the other 28"). Mine has a huge cluster of dead pixels dead center in the screen and the entire right side light-bleeds so badly along the edge that I can see it on white backgrounds let alone black.

Now I get to decide if I want to drive all the way back with it or send it to AOC to get replaced instead.
That sucks, I love mine.
Drive back IMO!
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That sucks, I love mine.
Drive back IMO!

Yeah your posts about it are what convinced me to try it. I had the Samsung U28E590D which is the same panel but I could not for the life of me get freesync working and I sent it back. Now that Freesync drivers have matured a little and I had a great XL2730Z I decided to give it another go. What overdrive settings do you use? I'm going to try and revive the dead pixels and see if I can't fix them.
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The only settings I had to change were in the OSD, Crimson automatically recognized the display and enabled Freesync.
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Does anyone else's Tri-X Fury have the PCB kind of bending towards the port side of the card? It's almost touching the backplate. Is this a case of the backplate being too tightly screwed to the PCB? I removed the card to check if it was just stress from being installed, still there.

Should I loosen that area of the backplate?


I can't tell you how many times I had to adjust the heatsink and VGA Bracket due to Sapphire warping the PCB by overtightening/misaligning the screws. They are also great at crushing the aluminum heatsink fins on the cooler too.

I would loosen every screw on the card and tighten back up. Something may be obstructing the PCB like a folded thermal pad that is causing the warping though.
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The only settings I had to change were in the OSD, Crimson automatically recognized the display and enabled Freesync.

Yeah freesync seems to be working great. I managed to get the dead pixels down to just one, that I could ignore. But the light bleed on the right is awful, even at 25% brightness I can see it radiating an inch out from the bezel when I turn on a game or anything not solid white.
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The noise (whine) is caused by physical movement, which changes it´s frequency as the current through the inductor (drawn by the GPU) varies. All inductors inductors "whine", but the noise level / frequency varies between the different inductors / structures. Generally the surface mounted inductors produce more noise, since they are not attached as firmly to the PCB. Some of the AIBs use through-hole inductors for their own designs (not available for Fury X or Nano). These inductors are generally less noisy because they are usually better shielded than the SMD inductors and they cannot move around as much due their mounting method.

If you don´t care about the warranty, you can reduce the noise produced by the inductor by using some heat-resistant epoxy. The additional bond between the inductor and the PCB will reduce the movement of the inductor and that way reduce the noise. Some AIBs have used this methods on their cards straight from the factory (PowerColor).
Yup. My PCS+ R9 290 has this and there's zero coil whine.
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Yeah freesync seems to be working great. I managed to get the dead pixels down to just one, that I could ignore. But the light bleed on the right is awful, even at 25% brightness I can see it radiating an inch out from the bezel when I turn on a game or anything not solid white.
That's too bad. The light bleed on mine is there but not to a degree that interferes with my experience.
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The only settings I had to change were in the OSD, Crimson automatically recognized the display and enabled Freesync.
Merely detected Freesync or turned it on globally? I ask because mine was detected but default off on the Acer XF270HU. Haven't tested the BenQ yet...waiting on a cable.
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That's too bad. The light bleed on mine is there but not to a degree that interferes with my experience.

Mine looks like this at 10% brightness:


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Merely detected Freesync or turned it on globally? I ask because mine was detected but default off on the Acer XF270HU. Haven't tested the BenQ yet...waiting on a cable.
Enabled globally.

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Mine looks like this at 10% brightness:
It may not translate via picture all the way, but that would probably be an acceptable amount of bleed for me; I do tend to be more accepting of flaws than some, however.
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