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Do you know where callsignvega got that test image from? I want to use it.

Here you go:

https://wallpaperscraft.com/image/blocks_rainbow_3d_graphics_background_76559_2560x1440.jpg
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Originally Posted by Dawidowski View Post

The new Acer XB271UH has probably the same panel as the Asus PG279Q.

Being listen in sweden already with mostly the same specs.
https://www.komplett.se/product/859681/datorutrustning/bildskrm/bildskrmar/acer-27-led-predator-g-sync-xb271hu

Tillgänglighet: 50+ st på väg in 24.dec.2015. Datumet är preliminärt. Whaaaat? Crazy, I thought they should come in Oct/Nov.... Seems I will put my hands on PG279Q first....
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I have had my monitor for about a week now. Overall I'm pretty happy with it, but the one thing that continues to stand out is the color difference between the Asus and my Dell right next to it. The Dell just maintains richer/bolder colors that make images pop more. When looking at the exact same picture duplicated by both monitors the Asus appears slightly washed out compared to the Dell. I've tried every setting and every adjustment that can be made on the actual monitor, and I just can't get it to match the Dell's color intensity. Would buying one of those calibration tools be able to do something like this or is it just something innate to the panel itself?
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Originally Posted by Dawidowski View Post

Exactly the same for more, maybe not washed out but less colorful yes!
And imagine now having the TN Swift one next too it... and some people slaughtered me here xD

Did you guys try to adjust color vibrance in NVidia control panel ? Makes miracles...
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Originally Posted by Rocketlucco View Post

I have had my monitor for about a week now. Overall I'm pretty happy with it, but the one thing that continues to stand out is the color difference between the Asus and my Dell right next to it. The Dell just maintains richer/bolder colors that make images pop more. When looking at the exact same picture duplicated by both monitors the Asus appears slightly washed out compared to the Dell. I've tried every setting and every adjustment that can be made on the actual monitor, and I just can't get it to match the Dell's color intensity. Would buying one of those calibration tools be able to do something like this or is it just something innate to the panel itself?

Which Dell are you using?
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Originally Posted by Benny89 View Post

Well, mine bottom right corner is also mostly IPS glow:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIEgFMigNWc&feature=youtu.be

But as you can see it stays there even though I sit directly in front, looking at centre of screen. All other 3 corners at this position do not show any IPS glow as I do not sit at any angle. However no matter at what angle I look- right bottom still glow (apart from extreme down-left angle but that is uplayable as I had to lie on desk pretty much). The glow is just not uniform.

I won't set my screen at strange angles, placing my chair at strange angle and looking at my screen at strage angle only to make this glow fade away- that is not comfortable playing but some streching already.

Sure it fades away from like 1 meter but so what? I sit 2 feets from monitor that how I play and how I have desk.

Besides it does not matter if that is IPS glow, bleeding or mix of both. My bottom right glows like crazy when I sit at dam centre of it! That should not occur.

And so it goes for replacement. IPS glow should be at angles, not at dead centre. That is bad calibrated or bend panel.
You can check mine: Video above link: taken at night, dark room in Witcher 3 total dark dungeon. Brightness: 24, Gamma: 40

It does not matter if it glows. All IPS glows. It is a matter how much they glow how they glow. As you can see my bottom right glows all the time. It is like 65% IPS glow mixed with 35% bleeding.

Point is if people are willing to accept something like that saying- that is normal or are willing to get replacement until they get what they paid for.

Totally get what your saying man. I keep thinking it will be OK then i keep getting annoyed by it so i don't know if i'll ever be 100% happy with it.

I too could deal with uniform glow across the screen but only being on the right hand side really makes it eye catching.
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This is my PG279Q http://imgur.com/a/5Upf6
This was my PG278Q http://m.imgur.com/XNv0qgr

The main difference between these two are picture quality.
Response time, latency and functionality is basically the same, if you use one or the other you won't notice any major difference.

Picture quality though is very noticible, the 279q is alot sharper and has alot more life in the colors, its darker in blacks and more colorful yet not to over colored.
The 278q has a gamma layer so it looked washed out..
Both my Dell 2412m are more colorful and have more depth then both Asus screens, and despite some glows in right hand corners of all 3 dells I have you wont notice it in games, movies or anything like that. It's like it gets hidden in the colors.

The 278q was greyish out washed and next to my dell, it looked like a piece of junk quality wise. The angles made the colors worse and after 3 hours I said no thanks.
The 279q is slightly Less colorful compare to dells but in a good way, like a little more detailed it feels but not as crips ... could be due to me using the dells for 4 years with 75 brightness xD I loved it

Yet they ruin the dells in gaming, 144hz g sync and resolution makes most things look wow. Csgo was a new game, gta5 too, Diablo 3 and now waiting for battleborn smile.gif
IPS is the way to go, I will never ever buy an TN again.
wait swift have same problem with color???the panel bleeding like pg279q?
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wait swift have same problem with color???the panel bleeding like pg279q?

I did not have any problems with bleeding, but this is always lottery even with PG278Q....
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And this is how 900€ monitor looks like haha. It's sad and funny how sad it is at the same time.
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And this is how 900€ monitor looks like haha. It's sad and funny how sad it is at the same time.

if you play in a well lit room, you notice none of the ips glow, yet still have 100x better gaming experience than cheaper monitors. try not to judge until you actually game at 144hz IPS 1440p with gsync on.
    
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Hello,

I was using Asus PG278Q monitor but it is malfunctioning now and I had a refund regarding this. Now I am waiting for PG279Q to Turkey. But when i read this thread, im thinking to get BenQ XL2730Z. What do you think guys ?
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