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post #3021 of 9453
Another review - this time from HEXUS

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/87242-asus-rog-swift-pg279q/
post #3022 of 9453
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Originally Posted by Muleman View Post

Single EVGA 980ti, GeForce Hotfix driver 358.59, Nvidia GeForce Experience OPTIMAL settings... and 7 Noctua 120's. Its like a fridge in there wink.gif Someone earlier mentioned this and I suggested he tried optimal settings and he was then flying

Won't that turn hairworks off though? I love hairworks, can't play without it. I'd probably have to turn other things down like AA and other things.
post #3023 of 9453
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Originally Posted by minsekt View Post

can confirm, im fps capped too on my 278Q using Gforce experience optimal settings in witcher 3, using a msi 980ti 6g oc @ 1450mhz

Cap is one thing and real framerate another. Even SLI would have hard time to deliver 144FPS on optimal settings, this is just bull****. On single It will dip as low as 50FPS in some locations and average is around 70 - 80 FPS.... So I don't believe it, run fraps and make some video.

Just looked what are optimal settings:

Everytrhing on ULTRA + hairworks on max with 4xMSAA... A joke 144FPS is....
Edited by misiak - 10/20/15 at 10:50am
post #3024 of 9453
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Originally Posted by muszon View Post

Another review - this time from HEXUS

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/87242-asus-rog-swift-pg279q/

"The PG279Q screen's uniformity is fairly consistent until we hit the bottom-right corner." - Again that damn right bottom corner...

Luminance variation in the upper 1/3 up to 28% ??? ***.... This could be exactly what biosmanager experienced and it is the same **** on TN panel - maybe even better.... can't believe that.

Not impressed at all... hope they have faulty screen. Waiting for TFT review....
post #3025 of 9453
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Originally Posted by muszon View Post

Another review - this time from HEXUS

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/87242-asus-rog-swift-pg279q/

That review states some luminance variation problems. Could that be the case too for my specific issue? (different color temperatures from left to right)
Or doesn't that affect the displayed colors?
post #3026 of 9453
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Originally Posted by biosmanager View Post

That review states some luminance variation problems. Could that be the case too for my specific issue? (different color temperatures from left to right)
Or doesn't that affect the displayed colors?

No this is something different. At least tint should not be changed, only some parts of the screen may appear darker/lighter.
post #3027 of 9453
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

"The PG279Q screen's uniformity is fairly consistent until we hit the bottom-right corner." - Again that damn right bottom corner...

Luminance variation in the upper 1/3 up to 28% ??? ***.... This could be exactly what biosmanager experienced and it is the same **** on TN panel - maybe even better.... can't believe that.

Not impressed at all... hope they have faulty screen. Waiting for TFT review....

I think we'll see its going to vary per panel but yeah will be interesting to compare.
post #3028 of 9453
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

No this is something different. At least tint should not be changed, only some parts of the screen may appear darker/lighter.

Yeah, but as you said they also measured sub-optimal screen uniformity. That bottom right corner...
Or is this also different to my issue?
post #3029 of 9453
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

Waiting for TFT review....
I also wait for the review of TFT, due out next week.
post #3030 of 9453
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

Sorry for that bro, you could take some shots of backlight bleed or glow for us at least. Would be a damn back luck if there would be a minimal bleed/glow...

Bleed was pretty minimal and without the dead pixels i would have kept it. It was also resealed with a QC Passed sticker. Some QC that is...

For now it stays in the box mad.gif


ps. I hate all the reviews. I want a hand-picked monitor without any flaws.
Edited by EmCom - 10/20/15 at 11:19am
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