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I stated this is just my assumption. I have nothing against someone proofing me wrong.

But tell me then- WHY... WHY IT IS ALWAYS BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER?!! Look at what even most people said about other monitors- it is in 95% always bottom right corner. All other corners being more-less fine or even perfect (as for IPS).

Why always bottom right if not for controls. If I am absolutely wrong- that is fine, I don't mind. But does anyone here has better explanation of bottom right corner glow?

I really don't know, maybe manufacturers could give some answer but generally Ive noticed the whole right side is worse rhan left side. Maybe it hos somting to do with pixel orientation/location... Would like to know as well. But I know for sure it is not because of controls as they are separated from panel itself.
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If my PG replacements and new Acer won't deliver me what I pay for I will also start to looking for decent 278Q. I would take TN colours over this bottom right yellow glow everyday If I won't find unit without it.

You know, problem is not with colors. They are pretty good from central point after calibration. Almost as good as on my ips panel. Problem is with uniformity of the screen which I've found very iritating.
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Messege was for Ryzone, forgot to quote him. biggrin.gif

Thanks for the offer man. I'll definitely keep that in mind. I'm thinking I'll give the pg279q a shot when it comes out and if I have some bad luck. I'll move my choices down to the 24" 1080p monitors. I didn't get two 980 ti's so I can play 1080p lol, but that ok if it doesn't work out.
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Thanks for the offer man. I'll definitely keep that in mind. I'm thinking I'll give the pg279q a shot when it comes out and if I have some bad luck. I'll move my choices down to the 24" 1080p monitors. I didn't get two 980 ti's so I can play 1080p lol, but that ok if it doesn't work out.


lol yeah I agree. just PM me if things don't work out. thanks,smile.gif
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Wow, I also didn't notice that Dell S2716DG is already available in my country. 1/3 cheaper than Asus PG. Sure it is only TN but nice to have good option. Wonder if TFT will make review. I am SUPER curious how does it compare to PG278Q in terms of image quality.

UPDATE: TFT review on way! https://twitter.com/TFTCentral/status/659661383919759362?ref_src=twsrc^tfw

Also here some overclockers experessions: http://www.overclock.net/t/1577511/anyone-else-excited-for-the-dell-s2716dg-monitor/80

Well if they resolve uniformity issues I'm on it smile.gif Looking forward for a review. What I've hated most on Asus was this vertical gradient and obviously brighter sides of the screen.
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Right now im just confused about 165 vs 144 TFT mentioned that 144 is better, but looking this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCy2vjWBdJc my understanding is 165 better? What are you thoughts guys?
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Wow, I also didn't notice that Dell S2716DG is already available in my country. 1/3 cheaper than Asus PG. Sure it is only TN but nice to have good option. Wonder if TFT will make review. I am SUPER curious how does it compare to PG278Q in terms of image quality.

UPDATE: TFT review on way! https://twitter.com/TFTCentral/status/659661383919759362?ref_src=twsrc^tfw

Also here some overclockers experessions: http://www.overclock.net/t/1577511/anyone-else-excited-for-the-dell-s2716dg-monitor/80

Yep. Here in the UK, its out already at £594. That's £155.99 cheaper than the ASUS but it is a TN panel.

This is my first and only IPS monitor so I can't say much for quality vs other panels.
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Its unfortunate that only AU optronics are making 144hz screens, because they are by far the WORST manufacturer compared to LG, Samsung etc. People keep blaming all the problems on acer, asus etc. most of the problems are AU optronics fault, although acer do indeed have terrible quality control and use horrible bezels etc.
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In theory the monitor manufacturer (Asus, Acer, ...) should make guidelines/quality targets for the panel manufacturer (AUO). If the panel manufacturer can't follow them he should pay a penalty for breach of contract. Or they must make a contract saying that the monitor manufacturer has to pay for X panels of any quality and then select the good ones by himself. But it seems like the monitor manufacturers are buying all panels regardless of which quality and not selecting them. Imho the monitor manufacturer has at least as much responsibility for the bad quality as the panel manufacturer.
Edited by Waro - 11/1/15 at 7:14am
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I agree. ASUS should be complaining to AUO for poor quality control that is ruining their reputation.

I have just boxed up my PG279Q ready for collection on Tuesday. Immediate thoughts switching back to my BENQ 2420T is 1080p sucks and the thicker bezel is annoying.

Colour wise its not that bad actually for a TN panel. I'm also loving the absence of the glow and backlight bleed, that just confirms how distracting that was for me. The blacks are much blacker on this which I have to say I prefer.

I'll keep my eye on this thread to ask those who receive the next batch get on but otherwise i'm going to see what happens with the market and keep my eye on the Dell.
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In theory the monitor manufacturer (Asus, Acer, ...) should make guidelines/quality targets for the panel manufacturer (AUO). If the panel manufacturer can't follow them he should pay a penalty for breach of contract. Or they must make a contract saying that the monitor manufacturer has to pay for X panels of any quality and then select the good ones by himself. But it seems like the monitor manufacturers are buying all panels regardless of which quality and not selecting them. Imho the monitor manufacturer has at least as much responsibility for the bad quality as the panel manufacturer.

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I agree. ASUS should be complaining to AUO for poor quality control that is ruining their reputation.

I have just boxed up my PG279Q ready for collection on Tuesday. Immediate thoughts switching back to my BENQ 2420T is 1080p sucks and the thicker bezel is annoying.

Colour wise its not that bad actually for a TN panel. I'm also loving the absence of the glow and backlight bleed, that just confirms how distracting that was for me. The blacks are much blacker on this which I have to say I prefer.

I'll keep my eye on this thread to ask those who receive the next batch get on but otherwise i'm going to see what happens with the market and keep my eye on the Dell.

Hehe, I can image how big downgrade it is smile.gif I had PG278Q only for 2 days so it was not so bad going back. One way or another, TN can't beat IPS... At least ones from LG. Don't know how this AOU crap is compared to LG or other panel manufacturers. I think I have to order one to see it. I'm still tempted to get XB270HU but I really don't like the bezel, stand, frame, power indicator and glossy finish. But I would like to see this IPS panel on my own eyes. And maybe if I would win the lottery I would keep it, but on the other hand I could win the lottery also with PG279Q and I love it's design...
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