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Originally Posted by boredgunner View Post

It is using the same panel.

Can you share the source of this statement pls?
post #1582 of 9392
The fact its coming from same company and that no other company in world produces such a panel narrows it down to AU optronics. Or whateva there name is.
post #1583 of 9392
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The fact its coming from same company and that no other company in world produces such a panel narrows it down to AU optronics. Or whateva there name is.

This, it narrows it down to that same panel. TFTCentral has stated that it uses the same panel in their MG279Q review.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/asus_mg279q.htm
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The fact its coming from same company and that no other company in world produces such a panel narrows it down to AU optronics. Or whateva there name is.

yes, yes. However, lets not argue against the product before it's released and tested. You're just ruining the HYPE.
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I prefer tothink softening the blows for when it releases. Its coming from Asus if they havent learned by now frim swift which is still a 99% Failure/Return then im assuming they already gave up on producing Quality.

When it does come to this side of world im betting theyv dropped support and still wont care what ppl in rog forum have to say as they got youre money and are already working on next product to stop supporting soon as they get youre money and cycle repeats.

Untill all of north america say **£% Off with horrible QC asus will keep shipping High Priced Garbage. At this point in time were paying them Thousends of dollars to sell us trash we gota send in to rma lottery till we get a working product or one that we can live with.

Thats if youre rma isnt denied by asus saying you caused damage then youre stuck with a near $1800 usd or $2400 monitor. Just saying we gota stop supporting companys that ship trash here. Its like those trash barges asus ships that to us and ppl lose there minds to be first in line to get at it.
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I prefer tothink softening the blows for when it releases. Its coming from Asus if they havent learned by now frim swift which is still a 99% Failure/Return then im assuming they already gave up on producing Quality.

When it does come to this side of world im betting theyv dropped support and still wont care what ppl in rog forum have to say as they got youre money and are already working on next product to stop supporting soon as they get youre money and cycle repeats.

Untill all of north america say **£% Off with horrible QC asus will keep shipping High Priced Garbage. At this point in time were paying them Thousends of dollars to sell us trash we gota send in to rma lottery till we get a working product or one that we can live with.

Thats if youre rma isnt denied by asus saying you caused damage then youre stuck with a near $1800 usd or $2400 monitor. Just saying we gota stop supporting companys that ship trash here. Its like those trash barges asus ships that to us and ppl lose there minds to be first in line to get at it.


Yeah, ok... 99% failure/returns?

I understand that you might be upset if you've received a faulty product, but you're obviously exaggerating a lot . Stop it, please.

There are many that has had issues with the Asus PG278Q and Acer XB270HU, there is no denying it. Some friends and forumites bought the PG278Q recently and according to them most of the issues has been resolved. So, it seems it was the early batch that had the most complaints.
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Iv had 7 faulty swifts from 3 retailers at diff times all had severe issues but im preying im wrong from my previous post as id love to consider rog a great brand but they seem to rush products out with obvious issues.

Like x99 boards catching fire frying 5960x cpus. And obvious issues with swifts or strix 980Ti heatpipes not actually toucjing gpu leaving gaps.

Just saying there track record is horrible. Read the rog forums terrible company maybe 2016 they will produce quality one can only hope they turn it around otherwise that rog tax better stop being applied to anything they touch and call gamer oriented.
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Well Acer does have a 2560 x 1080 200 Hz VA monitor coming out any day now. I don't think a 2560 x 1440 VA monitor will take that long.
I haven't heard of such a panel but that's more good news. Too bad most of these modern VA panels only reach around 2500:1 contrast levels, when we've seen other VA panels do twice that.

2500:1 or 3000:1 is still leagues ahead of 1000:1 on your average ips/tn. I didn't know acer had a benq copy monitor coming out. 35" 2560x1080 tho which isn't a surprise puke.gif

When the hell are they gonna stop slinging this ultrawide ***** and give us a 16:9 1440p VA with 144hz? Like honestly.... I've seen 34" 3440x1440 in person and sure its cool and immersive, but it just adds another layer of compatibility issues with games or other content that has no 21:9 support. 21:9 will forever be a niche market and will be buried along with any other sub 4k resolution when 4k finally takes off and replaces the majority of user's 1080p monitors. Sure it won't happen overnight but i think 4k will surpass HD resolutions in 5 years time with how much cheaper 4k displays have become recently, and they'll only get cheaper.
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I thought Overclockers got first dibs on these yet Asus Nordic say they'll be available in October?
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Maybe the asus oc team us regulars are 2nd class so we get whats leftover eventually.
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