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post #1881 of 1999
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96 hz oc attained.
Is it possible to actually get 96 hertz over Dual-link DVI at 1440p?
post #1882 of 1999
So since this thread has been up for a while, has there been cases of overclocking creating problems?
I might overclock my monitor once I get a 1070/1080 but just wary since these monitors basically have no warranty.
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post #1883 of 1999
Not that i have heard of.
There was absolutely no difference in operating temperatures between 60Hz and 96Hz. For power draw, there was only a difference of 3-5W.
For me this is totally acceptable, and i don't believe it will affect the lifespan of my monitor. I expect to get a 3-4 year life out of this monitor, which to me is completely acceptable, by then modern graphics card's will likely no longer include Dual Link DVI ports, rendering these monitors unusable without active DVI adapters.
post #1884 of 1999
Yeah I've seen cards like the AMD Radeon RX 480 aren't coming with DVI ports anymore I hope NVIDIA doesn't follow suit I would like to be able to use this monitor without having to use an adapter that is if an adapter would even work I seem to recall reading on the ebay listing I brought my monitor from that it wouldn't work with adapters.
post #1885 of 1999
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Originally Posted by weaveR View Post

Is it possible to actually get 96 hertz over Dual-link DVI at 1440p?

Actually you can get up to 120Hz 1440P signal through a decent Dual Link DVI cable. Just not with these particular monitors.
post #1886 of 1999
Received about a week ago (1 week international shipping from bigclothcraft). I wasn’t impressed after seeing the obnoxious rubbery AG coating on a PG279Q (in store), and obviously there's the price, which is ridiculous here in NZ.

There's an obvious warm green/yellow tint on the Crossover needing correcting in Windows or the Nvidia control panel. The ICC profile on page 29 only partially got rid of that.

No dead pixels, some minor light bleed from the bottom left corner but nothing of any concern.

Mine overclocked to 104Hz without artifacts.

I don't own any calibration tools, but here is my amateur attempt done by eye using Windows calibration settings in case it helps someone:

Refresh rate: 104Hz
Gamma: Default (2.2?)
Red: -5
Green: -6
Blue:-1

Does anyone know if there's a driver?

Edit: there is no driver...

Edited by Bored Games - 6/14/16 at 4:06pm
post #1887 of 1999
Edit: Managed an overclock of 110Hz with no artifacts using the following timings:




After getting the colour calibration about right and running at a noticeably smoother 110Hz (yeah you can tell the difference over 96Hz), I couldn't really be much happier with the monitor. There are a couple of build quality niggles, the bottom bezel lifts off a bit, the stupid sticker used to cover the non-functional button labels leaves a residue that's hard to get off, and the stand...but who cares. The devil logo looks kind of unique and I like the oddity/geek aspect of the brand, rather than something that screams 'I spent a ton of money'.

If anyone knows how to get this thing stable at 115Hz + please share.
Edited by Bored Games - 6/12/16 at 6:22am
post #1888 of 1999
So do these have PWM or not? The beginning says no, some of the listings say no but there were posts in this thread that stated some of the newer ones did in fact have PWM and maybe the changed. They were from a while ago though and sorry I can reference them the thread search is terrible...you search for PWM and it inexplicably includes the thread title so it just returns everything.


Also what is the average overclock on these?
post #1889 of 1999
Is there a trend of which oc's better nvidia or amd?
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post #1890 of 1999
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Edit: Managed an overclock of 110Hz with no artifacts using the following timings:




After getting the colour calibration about right and running at a noticeably smoother 110Hz (yeah you can tell the difference over 96Hz), I couldn't really be much happier with the monitor. There are a couple of build quality niggles, the bottom bezel lifts off a bit, the stupid sticker used to cover the non-functional button labels leaves a residue that's hard to get off, and the stand...but who cares. The devil logo looks kind of unique and I like the oddity/geek aspect of the brand, rather than something that screams 'I spent a ton of money'.

If anyone knows how to get this thing stable at 115Hz + please share.

Mmh I'll have to try these settings, who knows, with some luck !
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