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Interesting. Now that we know the PG isn't using the same display as the Acer, there actually is a chance the new Acer might have better QC.

They haulted production of the XB270HU to make the 271, so maybe they're going to get newer displays fabricated during the hault with better QC results.

Might be worth waiting for the XB271HU on my end. It's supposed to come out in November as well.

What are you referring to?
post #3252 of 9392
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I believe the glow perceived is due to the angle your eyes subtend to the gate of the pixels. Rotate your screen to portrait and see if the glow pattern shifts. Mine are both wall mounted so cant.

Of course more angle- more glow but right side glow is spreading much quicker and bigger then left side when I changes view angles. After many tries I have now most perfect angle I can get- maximum hight, slightly back (upper side) and little turn to left and that reduces glow on right side to possible minumum.

However it is still there while you can pretty much with good angle eliminate whole left side glow. But then right side is growing bigger.

There is just something on right side of this monitor that makes it- control panel, maybe some cooling hardware etc. I do not know.
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post #3253 of 9392
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What makes you think that the 271 is not exactly the same panel as the PG279Q? Both are just the same "narrow bezel" version of the 270HU panel?

As i understand it the panel used in the 279 is a minor subversion of the panel used in the ACER HU panel. The main diference being that it allows for this bezeless design. Saying that they could have made some process fixes along the way. Things you wouldnt want to talk about like the mistakes you made before..

I would expect the new Acer bezeless monitor to also use this, making this monitor the first to do so.
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Of course more angle- more glow but right side glow is spreading much quicker and bigger then left side when I changes view angles. After many tries I have now most perfect angle I can get- maximum hight, slightly back (upper side) and little turn to left and that reduces glow on right side to possible minumum.

However it is still there while you can pretty much with good angle eliminate whole left side glow. But then right side is growing bigger.

There is just something on right side of this monitor that makes it- control panel, maybe some cooling hardware etc. I do not know.

Yeah i agree my right bottom corner and my brothers are both the "bright spots" of the monitor. I expect it to be due to the microscopic layout of the pixels rather than the panel clamping or design but i could be wrong.

I have also tried hard so i can strike the perfect angle with it. Frankly its not an issue for me because as soon as i am playing games i just cant see it with a bit of bias lighting i like to run anyway but that doesnt stop us trying to optimize smile.gif
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i hope acer xb271 is better,or i buy pg279q hoping in good panel :S....some 165 vs 144hz test?
post #3256 of 9392
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some 165 vs 144hz test?

The only one I've seen was sweclockers I think? 165 Hz performed worse... blurrier and I think more overshoot. This is because the response time of the PG279Q is presumably not low enough for 165 Hz.
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@PCM2. I have seen your Swift PG278Q OSD showcase on youtube, and picked up a thing or two early on from it. Cheers! smile.gif

Glad to see it was useful. smile.gif
post #3258 of 9392
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Interesting. Now that we know the PG isn't using the same display as the Acer, there actually is a chance the new Acer might have better QC.

They haulted production of the XB270HU to make the 271, so maybe they're going to get newer displays fabricated during the hault with better QC results.

Might be worth waiting for the XB271HU on my end. It's supposed to come out in November as well.

ACER have QC?

Their QC is terrible, also their customer service is terrible, lots of their monitors have problems including the ACER Predator X34
post #3259 of 9392
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Originally Posted by SlimJ87D View Post

Interesting. Now that we know the PG isn't using the same display as the Acer, there actually is a chance the new Acer might have better QC.

They haulted production of the XB270HU to make the 271, so maybe they're going to get newer displays fabricated during the hault with better QC results.

Might be worth waiting for the XB271HU on my end. It's supposed to come out in November as well.

I doubt it'll be any different from the PG279Q, but they have improved the design and it's 500 SEK cheaper than the PG279Q. It's up for pre-order already with the release date being somewhere around the 12th December.

https://www.komplett.se/product/859681/datorutrustning/bildskrm/bildskrmar/acer-27-led-predator-g-sync-xb271hu
Edited by Pragmatist - 10/23/15 at 10:01am
post #3260 of 9392
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As i understand it the panel used in the 279 is a minor subversion of the panel used in the ACER HU panel. The main diference being that it allows for this bezeless design. Saying that they could have made some process fixes along the way. Things you wouldnt want to talk about like the mistakes you made before..

I would expect the new Acer bezeless monitor to also use this, making this monitor the first to do so.

10 points for optimism anyway.
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