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I was actually thinking BenQ 2x BL3201PH but am waiting for the refresh (hdmi 2) to arrive. Currently I am using a Qnix qx2710 and a ASUS PB287Q.
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Ok, brought the cable box in to get some PiP pictures and impressions.



First, the most obvious thing I noticed while using it is that since there is only one display port 1.2 the 2nd input has to be an HDMI. Since it's not HDMI 2.0, the monitor automatically changes to 30 hz at 2160p resolution. While annoying it's not a deal breaker though, and is to be expected.

You are basically given 3 options for Picture in Picture:

First is top right corner:





Bottom right corner:



And Side by Side:




Also for the corners there are 3 separate sizes available:






Side by side doesn't scale well at all. One image is squashed in and the desktop doesn't squash in at all. Only half of it is visible. So it's not very viable for multi tasking.

Controller does work pretty well with it though, I'm quite happy with it for that purpose.

Once you turn PiP off the monitor does automatically return to 60 hz which is pretty nice.


So basically, I am going to buy this monitor, I want to know, is there PWM flicker. How is the input lag for gaming. Is it 10 bit. How is the reflectivity, brightness. If I were your best friend, would you recommend it to me😊😉
post #43 of 1246
DNmock add me on skype, my name is azulon11. My name is also azulon1 on steam. Please do so before tomorrow, I need to make a decision.
post #44 of 1246
Also interested in this monitor but has anyone hear had it side by side with the Philips?
post #45 of 1246
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So basically, I am going to buy this monitor, I want to know, is there PWM flicker. How is the input lag for gaming. Is it 10 bit. How is the reflectivity, brightness. If I were your best friend, would you recommend it to me😊😉

Sorry been busy for a few days with work and haven't had a chance to update. No, there is no PWM flicker, haven't noticed any input lag, however I don't play many fast-twitch style games , mostly rpgs and such. reflectivity sucks, it's really high, gotta keep other light sources away. Brightness is fantastic, yes it's 10-bit but it is BGR instead or RGB. I'm very happy with it so far, if it's on sale go for it wink.gif
post #46 of 1246
I bit the bullet and should be coming in next week. Tuesday and Weds. Hope the input lag isnt bad.... thumb.gif
post #47 of 1246
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Sorry been busy for a few days with work and haven't had a chance to update. No, there is no PWM flicker, haven't noticed any input lag, however I don't play many fast-twitch style games , mostly rpgs and such. reflectivity sucks, it's really high, gotta keep other light sources away. Brightness is fantastic, yes it's 10-bit but it is BGR instead or RGB. I'm very happy with it so far, if it's on sale go for it wink.gif


dude I got it, I am jizzing while I use it. Its so beautiful. But I have to say i don't enjoy how very edge 5-6 pixels look, they kinda blend into th e bezel, have you noticed that DNMOCK. and the colors are aboslutely beautfiul.

And guys, the remote sucks. just going to put that out there if anyone intended to use it. And yea.... reflection is high, but thats the case with most monitors out there right now.
post #48 of 1246
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Ah, thanks for testing.

The BGR layout is kind of unfortunate for anyone that wishes to use more than one monitor (most monitors are RGB). IIRC windows doesn't allow you to set different sub-pixel rendering types for each display, anyway.

Speaking of which, if you haven't already, I'd recommend opening up Cleartype and setting your sub-pixel rendering to match BGR.

how do you set your subpixel rendering? please man.
post #49 of 1246
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how do you set your subpixel rendering? please man.

You don't... that's how the panel is made at the factory. He's saying to set your text in cleartype so it's not blurry.
 
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but it is BGR instead or RGB

That's unfortunate.
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