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post #1651 of 1997
Its style and the slim bazel smile.gif I am looking everywhere for a thin bazel monitor with the specs of the 295. Can't find anything frown.gif

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post #1652 of 1997
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Originally Posted by Mantis0 View Post

This one seems to have HDMI and Displayport input. That means no OC, right?

Correct.
post #1653 of 1997
Although the eBay page says overclockable...

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post #1654 of 1997
Just thought I'd check in after a few months of ownership. I still love this monitor, still works perfect. There was some backlight bleed at the top after a while (likely my fault because of the firm mount arm I'm using), but I fixed it by loosening the bezel a hair to prevent pressure on the screen. No dead pixels, holds 96hz, and games look amazing. One of the backlight brightness levels flickers but only at that one level.
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post #1655 of 1997
Hi guys,

So my monitor just arrived ytd. Got it to 96Hz, no dead pixel. So I'm pretty happy with the result and how much I spent on it.

My question is this, I have a color munki display calibration tool and i have calibrated it.

However I feel I want to make the screen a tad brighter, is there a way to adjust the brigthness via software?

Or which software should i install for it?

Many thanks!
post #1656 of 1997
Got mine today, everything seems good so far at 96hz, i've got the smiley devil face on the front as the logo.

Glad i asked them to half the value (to $150) because i got hit by a £44 customs charge just on that, would of been pissed if i had to pay it on the full price.

Dreamseller took their sweet ass time to ship, and i had to threaten to cancel for them to miraculously ship it on the 7th (business day) came well protected with a good few layers of bubble wrap though.
post #1657 of 1997
So, I've had this monitor for ~1 month now, and I'm loving it. Great colours, no deadpixels - just amazing.

I just have one question regarding it: I got it OC'd to 105hz right now, I can't really push higher because then I get artifacts. It all works fine, there's just one issue: If I play games in fullscreen mode, they constantly limit themselves to 60hz, and I have no idea why. Vsync and everything is off, they still run at 60hz. If I make it borderless window, they work just fine at 105hz.

Can anyone tell me what could cause it and how to resolve it?

I'm running an R9 390x.
post #1658 of 1997
I LOVE THIS MONITOR.

It came in last night. NOT A SINGLE DEAD PIXEL. I am anal about that and was worried. If there is one.. I can't find it. Didn't bother with the Perfect Pixel option after reading here. Minimal backlight bleeding, just fantastic.

Colors were warm out of the gate. Downloaded the 8-25-2015 ICC profile from here.. much better.

Overclocked to 110hz but had minor color artifacting. I did get to 120hz with no skipping but lots of artifacting. I could prob run at 105ish but decided meh. Just dropped it to 96hz like most here and runs flawless.

I also ordered the Ergotron LX monitor arm. As others have said- the screws will be too long. I just put 3 washes behind each screw and it worked great.

I LOVE 1440P IPS.

In regular gaming/browsing/working mode:



In flight sim mode:





This monitor is fantastic. I was a little worried but no longer. It is great.

I did notice, as post above me said, that some games wouldn't register above 60fps. Turns out that I had to modify some of the games config files because it still thought I was running a 60hz monitor. Once I changed that to 96.. perfect.
post #1659 of 1997
when overclocking this monitor do I need to install a driver for the monitor and if so could you point me in the right direction
post #1660 of 1997
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Originally Posted by YoungPuzzlez View Post

when overclocking this monitor do I need to install a driver for the monitor and if so could you point me in the right direction

If you are using nvidia card, you can just go to nvidia control panel and create custom resolution. Set it to the refresh rate that you want and you are good to go.
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