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Here is most accurate screen from video I could take. It is in pure dark room, no light, pure black color image.

You can see yellow bleed on right corners. Top one i hardly noticable in games, low right corner is pretty much like that in dark moments in games. It is not white, it is yellowish, simillar to typical bulb light.

It is on 100% brightness. I play on 40-35 since 100 is way too much for my eyes.


Almost exactly as mine. Down right corner biggest glow/bleed, little on top right corner and blueish/whiteish glows on left corners, but you almost invisible during gaming.

Funny fact- if you look at left corners at extreme angle- glow is going stronger (normal) but not too big. When you look on the other hand at extreme angle at right side the glow is going insane large very fast.

Guess that is our new AUO panel.

It's not AUO, I have the same behavior with my LG IPS screen smile.gif The left side is completely prone from glow even from sharp angles. Only insane angles brings some little glow. But right side is tragedy, only a little shift from my ideal sitting position, small change in an angle and the glow gets bigger very fast. Still don't understand what problem is to make it consistent on both sides for manufacturers. I would pay more money for some filter to remove glow completely, why don't they offer such possibility? Such filters exist...
post #3182 of 9392
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Well I don't see a single 980 Ti maxing games out a year from now above or stable 60 FPS. Witcher barely does right now as it seems, even with a good OC.

Would 50-60 hz feel very choppy?

That is incorrect. Witcher 3 or GTA V are games that are super GPU demanding due to open world. On games that are pure single player games you can maxed them out at decend FPS with super high settings becasue there is not so much to render.

THIEF is maybe not best graphic game out there but maxed out on 1440p I get 100-120 FPS easly with my 980 Ti.

And Witcher 3 is also hell of graphic game. With or without hairworks. It has much better/demanding graphics than for example incoming Fallout 4. Also even though my OCed 980Ti can maintaing with everything maxed out 55-65 FPS in Witcher 3 at 1440p. That is not too shaby for an open world game.

And I can assure you that 50-60 Hz do not feel choppy with G-Sync working. I am azmazed by this technology so far smile.gif
Edited by Benny89 - 10/22/15 at 12:45pm
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Well I don't see a single 980 Ti maxing games out a year from now above or stable 60 FPS. Witcher barely does right now as it seems, even with a good OC.

Would 50-60 hz feel very choppy?

Only mouse movements but it will ruin you the overall experience from the otherwise fluid game... But I would say there is some problem with mouse implementation because usually 60Hz is not so bad if mouse is implemented correctly. Some smoothness could be in place here. Or you can play with controller.

But you right, single 980Ti is a minimum for this beast and often it may have still problems to maintain constant 60FPS. Then g-sync is handy but remember you will get lot of input lag. I've configured witcer so it run 70 - 80FPS with dips to 55. For g-sync it is not a problem but the mouse is problematic. GTA5 for example. Almost everything maxed with FXAA. There are places where it run 100FPS but also places where it drops to 50 - 60 FPS - here g-sync make a great work and also mouse does not feel so choppy as in witcher but input lag is obvious of course. Metro last night redux, All max. around 90FPS - perfect gaming experience with G-sync. And I could continue... smile.gif But then they are ****ty games where g-sync does not help too much. e.g. Far Cry 4 - the engine is tragedy itself. The crew is locked at 60FPS so no benefit and so on. So G-sync is fine but it is not a miracle...
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I find that it's still exaggerated even if you record a video with a phone camera. Sadly that's all I have to record or take photos with.

Yes, but definitely not so bad that camera itself smile.gif Also depends on phone of course. Anyway, the most important is what you can see with your eyes but it's hard to interpret to use smile.gif
post #3184 of 9392
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And I can assure you that 50-60 Hz do not feel choppy with G-Sync working. I am azmazed by this technology so far smile.gif

I disagree, Benny. The Witcher 3 felt stuttery and had massive input lag with G-Sync bellow 60 fps. Tested with both 780ti and 980ti.
post #3185 of 9392
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And I can assure you that 50-60 Hz do not feel choppy with G-Sync working. I am azmazed by this technology so far smile.gif

Game not, mouse yes... So the final effect is that is choppy smile.gif I run my G602 at 500Hz polling rate and it still feels choppy. 125Hz is much worse. But depends on a game. I'm talking here about Witcher. If the game does not use some mouse smoothing then you can be sure it will feel choppy at so low refresh rates. But if there is some smoothing then you have more input lag on the other hand. So it is always about compromises. Hate this... smile.gif
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I disagree, Benny. The Witcher 3 felt stuttery and had massive input lag with G-Sync bellow 60 fps. Tested with both 780ti and 980ti.

Exactly...
post #3186 of 9392
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I disagree, Benny. The Witcher 3 felt stuttery and had massive input lag with G-Sync bellow 60 fps. Tested with both 780ti and 980ti.

Well, I have different experience BUT keep in mind that I came straight from 60Hz monitors without G-Sync where dropping below 60 FPS was very noticable/sloppy.

So for me right now having this G-Sync helping - even those FPS feel super smooth to me. It is nowhere as smooth as I have right now in THIEF at 120 FPS but it is much better then 60Hz monitor.

But 55-65 is really smooth imo. You may be more sensitive for this, but for me jump WAS HUGE biggrin.gif

Besides in RPG games I honestly don't give a fk about high FPS. As long as game is smooth as I can enjoy super high graphic settings I am happy since in RPGs you spend most time talking or do static combat anyway where don't move your mouse around all the time fast as in FPS games and needing precision to headshot someone smile.gif
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Where are you guys finding the manufacture month?
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Where are you guys finding the manufacture month?

Good question, I hope that on a white label on the box: https://twitter.com/TFTCentral/status/654316130467749888
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That is incorrect. Witcher 3 or GTA V are games that are super GPU demanding due to open world. On games that are pure single player games you can maxed them out at decend FPS with super high settings becasue there is not so much to render.

THIEF is maybe not best graphic game out there but maxed out on 1440p I get 100-120 FPS easly with my 980 Ti.

And Witcher 3 is also hell of graphic game. With or without hairworks. It has much better/demanding graphics than for example incoming Fallout 4. Also even though my OCed 980Ti can maintaing with everything maxed out 55-65 FPS in Witcher 3 at 1440p. That is not too shaby for an open world game.

And I can assure you that 50-60 Hz do not feel choppy with G-Sync working. I am azmazed by this technology so far smile.gif

In the case of the Witcher 3, with a higher pixel density, maybe we can try turning down some AA settings in the .ini file for more FPS?

How does Hairworks MSAA 2X compare to 4X on a 1440P monitor?

Between 4X and 8X, I didn't even really notice much of a difference while zoomed into Geralt on a 1080P display.
post #3190 of 9392
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Originally Posted by joshpsp1 View Post

Where are you guys finding the manufacture month?
Its under the bottom lip. Impossible to see once all cabled up.

Just shot a bit of video of witcher 3 starting from desktop at 165hz
The start of the video picks up the glow in bottom right but I can barely see it in a pitch black room.
Get a bit idea of fps

The Witcher 3 on the Asus PG279Q with 165hz RPG mode
Nvidia GeForce EVGA GTX 980ti
Nvidia GeForce Experience OPTIMAL settings
G-SYNC ON


Edited by Muleman - 10/22/15 at 2:18pm
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