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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Mine arrived! Already tested!! biggrin.gif No dead pixels and no dust. Was staring at pure white screen for 30 minutes and I didn't find anything!! biggrin.gif Every little dust was just on screen and removable.

It is so far PERFECT! And my god....the image quality is insane! Going from 21 TN and only week of using 24 IPS it is like my eyes gonna blow.

I can't check glow or bleed right now since it is middle of day here, but in terms of chasis, dead pixels and dust- it is perfect so far.

I am so happy! biggrin.gif

Congrats. Be sure to post some pics and videos. I also am astounded by the quality. Before this I was gaming on a 720p 60hz TV.
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Little about performance. I have single 980 Ti Gigabyte G1, OC to 1520 on air.

Witcher 3- with everything in options set to max game keeps 55-65 FPS, dropoing sometimes to 50s in new DLC areas (Hearts of Stone) which are just poorly optimized (since there is literally nothing there that would make fps drop like that). Only thing that is not max are hairworks AA, down from x8 to x4 becasuse in cutscenes where Geralts head is close to screen FPS were droping crazy even on 1080p. I don't see difference though anyway.

Game feels super smooth even if fps are droping 60-50. G-Sync works WONDERFUL!

So if anyone has single 980Ti- that is monitor that will push it to its limits ^^. Although Witcher 3 is super demanding game due to open world.

So far there is only a small bleed at down right corner, but my wife IPS and my other one also have it there (controls...) so I am fine with it.

I will try later maybe to loose chasis a bit there, will see. So far I am happy ^^

This is what I'm really looking forward to, Witcher 3 on this monitor.

I also have a single 980 Ti OC to 1504/8000 with Kraken and AIO. I can get to 1550 with more voltage, but I like my performance with just stock voltage.

I'm really looking forward to this monitor. I can't imagine, literally, how 1440P gameplay looks because I've never demo or seen a game run on a 1440P monitor. Everyone says the difference from 1080P to 1440P is similar from 720P to 1080P.

I hope it's truly noticable. I'm hoping this monitor extends the life of my 980 Ti card, having smoother gameplay even around 45 FPS, otherwise I might have go get a 1080 Ti later on.
Edited by SlimJ87D - 10/22/15 at 8:27am
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Sr, bleed is top right too
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This is what I'm really looking forward to, Witcher 3 on this monitor.

I also have a single 980 Ti OC to 1504/8000 with Kraken and AIO. I can get to 1550 with more voltage, but I like my performance with just stock voltage.

I'm really looking forward to this monitor. I can't imagine, literally, how 1440P gameplay looks because I've never demo or seen a game run on a 1440P monitor. Everyone says the difference from 1080P to 1440P is similar from 720P to 1440P.

I hope it's truly noticable. I'm hoping this monitor extends the life of my 980 Ti card, having smoother gameplay even around 45 FPS, otherwise I might have go get a 1080 Ti later on.

I'm really looking forward to it as well. Currently have it set to 1080p 60hz and I'm already amazed. SLI 980tis should blow witcher 3 out of the water, counting the days down to my new build.
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Have anyone played with this monitor for like 10 hours straight or so? Did it get hot? Someone here said about his monitor that half of the screen was bluish and the other half was yellowish. Maybe that's because of how this monitor's ventilation is designed.

https://www.asus.com/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG279Q/
https://www.asus.com/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG279Q/websites/global/products/yUqf81thTG70si2c/images/keeping.png
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guys a lot of new buyer here biggrin.gif...give some impressions about pg279q please...i need info about response time and input lag...if i upgrade from my benq xl2411t to this monitor i have for sure better color,but i need to sacrifice input lag(for some review seems same inout lag) or fluidity for fps genre?(i m competitive fps player cs go and bf)i have asked this question alot of time and different players,someone says 3ms arent noticible and it s better buy pg279q over 278q and someone says the opposite,im so confused...please help me to decide
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p.s, sorry for my bad english i m italian ^^
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Congrats. Be sure to post some pics and videos. I also am astounded by the quality. Before this I was gaming on a 720p 60hz TV.

Hey, here are some pics (sorry for quality but it is from phone), black back ground.

There is little yellow bleed at down right corner of screen but good viewing angle and brightness set up make it almost gone. I can live with that.


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Have anyone played with this monitor for like 10 hours straight or so? Did it get hot? Someone here said about his monitor that half of the screen was bluish and the other half was yellowish. Maybe that's because of how this monitor's ventilation is designed.

https://www.asus.com/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG279Q/
https://www.asus.com/Monitors/ROG-SWIFT-PG279Q/websites/global/products/yUqf81thTG70si2c/images/keeping.png

Had mine on for 24 hours across last weekend. 12 hours each day and it didn't get hot at all. The external power supply got hotter and that wasn't hot either.
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Had mine on for 24 hours across last weekend. 12 hours each day and it didn't get hot at all. The external power supply got hotter and that wasn't hot either.

Agreed i have been using mine a lot for just under a week now and have been routinely checking for heat and the panel remains at room temperature to the touch.

Pointing my laser thermometer on it now the rear casing is 26-30 degree's and i can just get it to pick up 35 degrees if i aim at the flashing lights shown through the slats on the left hand side of the monitor when looking down on it which i presume to be the gysnc module. The display surface is a regular temperature of 30 degrees all over and the power supply is currently 35 degrees.

I have been playing a game now for about 1.5 hours and its running at around 100fps.

The monitor does not seem to have a heat issue at all. I have also checked it when playing a game that can reach 165 hz and have noticed no marked change.
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