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Eh.
That's just no fun.

On topic:
I just really hope that this thing isn't going to be one of those $1000 bragging items that those spoiled kids get, like X99 platform systems with Titans.
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Looks as expected, except the review is not very good, for example 10ms input lag and the response times look higher than expected, but probably with a proper review it will give more accurate info. Really the lag should be under 6ms input lag to keep it under 1 frame up to 165hz, same with the pixel response times.
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http://www.lesnumeriques.com/moniteur-ecran-lcd/asus-rog-pg279q-p28671/test.html

Really disappointing to see Delta E of this monitor: 2,3 before calibration and 1,8 after calibration.

For example - Asus MG279Q http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/monitors/orestis-bastounis/asus-mg279q-freesync-gaming-monitor-review/4/

- Asus MG278Q http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/monitors/orestis-bastounis/asus-mg278q-freesync-game-monitor-review/4/

Even the TN Asus is much better in terms of color accuracy. Maybe the panel in this monitor is different than MG279Q or if it's the same panel then the higher refresh rate of 165 Hz obviously comes with the price of worse colors.

Looking forward for the detailed review of tftcentral though.
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http://www.lesnumeriques.com/moniteur-ecran-lcd/asus-rog-pg279q-p28671/test.html

Really disappointing to see Delta E of this monitor: 2,3 before calibration and 1,8 after calibration.

For example - Asus MG279Q http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/monitors/orestis-bastounis/asus-mg279q-freesync-gaming-monitor-review/4/

- Asus MG278Q http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/monitors/orestis-bastounis/asus-mg278q-freesync-game-monitor-review/4/

Even the TN Asus is much better in terms of color accuracy. Maybe the panel in this monitor is different than MG279Q or if it's the same panel then the higher refresh rate of 165 Hz obviously comes with the price of worse colors.

Looking forward for the detailed review of tftcentral though.

The gamma is 2.2 after calibration, the 1.8 you saw is the average dE after calibration. I suggest reading the translated review. https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.lesnumeriques.com/moniteur-ecran-lcd/asus-rog-pg279q-p28671/test.html&prev=search
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I will wait for a proper review, that review was not great.
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http://www.lesnumeriques.com/moniteur-ecran-lcd/asus-rog-pg279q-p28671/test.html

Really disappointing to see Delta E of this monitor: 2,3 before calibration and 1,8 after calibration.

For example - Asus MG279Q http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/monitors/orestis-bastounis/asus-mg279q-freesync-gaming-monitor-review/4/

- Asus MG278Q http://www.kitguru.net/peripherals/monitors/orestis-bastounis/asus-mg278q-freesync-game-monitor-review/4/

Even the TN Asus is much better in terms of color accuracy. Maybe the panel in this monitor is different than MG279Q or if it's the same panel then the higher refresh rate of 165 Hz obviously comes with the price of worse colors.

Looking forward for the detailed review of tftcentral though.

Eh, did we read the same review? The reviewer gave it 5 out of 5 stars.

Many thanks to the reviewer, but it's a shame he didn't translate it himself, or had someone translate it for him. Google translate is good enough for now, I guess.
He compared it to the TN Swift a lot, read bellow.

The IPS panel of the Asus RoG PG279Q Swift is doing very well in terms of responsiveness. It shows a ghosting time of 9.5 ms only with the default Overdrive; it is a third less than the best IPS panels (measured at 12 ms). Responsiveness is the same when the refresh rate is overclocked to 165 Hz. The responsiveness is excellent for video games, even in competition, even if the model of last year with its TN panel did better (average of 4.5 ms).

The delay in the display - input lag - measured at 10 ms, the highest value recorded on an LCD screen. The gap between the generation of the image and its screen display is undetectable.


Here's where I need to decipher what he means. Would be a good time to step up if anyone knows french and can make a better translation than google.thinking.gif
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The gamma is 2.2 after calibration, the 1.8 you saw is the average dE after calibration. I suggest reading the translated review. https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.lesnumeriques.com/moniteur-ecran-lcd/asus-rog-pg279q-p28671/test.html&prev=search

I was talking about Delta E: " Really disappointing to see Delta E of this monitor: 2,3 before calibration and 1,8 after calibration."

Delta E à 2,3 http://img1.lesnumeriques.com/test/11/11415/couleur.jpg

Delta E à 1,8 http://img1.lesnumeriques.com/test/11/11415/couleur--calibre.jpg

This is not good for an IPS considering Delta E of MG279Q is about 0,7, of course the MG279Q has its own problems, but for 900 euros monitor (PG279Q) it should have been perfect.
At least to me color accuracy is very important because I don't want this monitor only for gaming.
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