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Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post

How do you not expect a "miracle" when it's clearly stated in their warranty policy? The FS2735 will either not have dead pixels or be returnable, without question, for a unit without dead pixels. Asus and Acer don't have this.

Yes, i'm aware it's not G-sync. But it will be 144 Hz strobing, and there's a good chance it won't actually hurt picture quality in general (dim maximum brightness, slightly lower contrast, etc), if previous iterations of Eizo's implementation are anything to go by, unlike Asus and Acer.

Just saying. The way things are looking now, waiting till December for the FS2735 is one's best bet at avoiding issues in general. People expecting the XB271HU to be better at QC than the PG279Q will be sorely disappointed. And i hope i'm not wrong because ain't nobody got time for paying $700 to get dead pixels.

You should know that everything is returnable within 14 days without giving a reason so there is no risk to try as many as you want without a risk. So nowadays the zero pixel policy is useless. But at least you can be more or less sure then you don't get one with dead pixel on a first try. However, all other issues can still be there...

144Hz strobing is fine but I can't stand tearing so I need G-sync. And on single gpu solutions and 1440p G-Sync is a must...
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Where are you getting this information?
From their site.


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144Hz strobing is fine but I can't stand tearing so I need G-sync
Fair to say. Using one or the other will be down to personal preference. But i do believe some people here would use strobing instead if the monitor could handle it well.
    
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The Eizo isn't the only monitor that can strobe without being dim.
The previous (1080p) Benq blur reduction monitors could *single* strobe (once per refresh) from 60hz - 144hz in 1 hz increments (you had to use VT tweaks to get some bizarre refresh rates to strobe correctly) and could do it with a a decently bright screen, since Benq adapted the Lightboost hardware to their own purposes (Both lightboost and benq blur reduction increased voltage to the LED's by 1.8x to compensate for the dimming). You could also turn off single strobe to have it double strobe at less than 100hz (without VT tweaks).

ULMB is "Lightboost 2.0" but its a step back in a way, because ULMB does not increase voltage to the backlight like LB and benq blur reduction do.
Thanks for the information, I know you're a fan of those older Benq monitors but I was asking about the claim that the upcoming Eizo can do 144Hz strobing.
post #3924 of 9392
I just hope they get their **** together and actually do what they are supposed to.
Freesync is no option, since AMD is doing so badly with their cards...

TN is no option, I found 2 pics of my TN, it was so yellow that a white backgroun was yellow.
http://imgur.com/a/YfnhM

Lets just hope this 144hz 1440p G-sync dilema stops being so pricy or gets delivered with quality.
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Originally Posted by ToTheSun! View Post

From their site.


Fair to say. Using one or the other will be down to personal preference. But i do believe some people here would use strobing instead if the monitor could handle it well.

Strobing is great, there is no doubt about it. But I would only use it if I would have enough power to run it stable at 120Hz, resp. 144Hz with v-sync on. The other drawback for me is that it is too dark.
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I just hope they get their **** together and actually do what they are supposed to.
Freesync is no option, since AMD is doing so badly with their cards...

TN is no option, I found 2 pics of my TN, it was so yellow that a white backgroun was yellow.
http://imgur.com/a/YfnhM

Lets just hope this 144hz 1440p G-sync dilema stops being so pricy or gets delivered with quality.

Yes, the sides of the screen sucks with yellow tint. Had the same experience. Moreover I couldn't stand that gama gradient in 1/3 of the screen. But if I would want permanent gradient effect I would definitely go with TN panel biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Dawidowski View Post

I just hope they get their **** together and actually do what they are supposed to.
Freesync is no option, since AMD is doing so badly with their cards...

TN is no option, I found 2 pics of my TN, it was so yellow that a white backgroun was yellow.
http://imgur.com/a/YfnhM

Lets just hope this 144hz 1440p G-sync dilema stops being so pricy or gets delivered with quality.
is a pg 278 or 279?
post #3928 of 9392
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Originally Posted by kashim View Post

is a pg 278 or 279?

TN - PG278Q
post #3929 of 9392
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

TN - PG278Q
O_O....damn....if this pannel have that issues i m fxxxxd T_T..
post #3930 of 9392
all high end monitor is a lottery....if i need to pay 650 euro for tn lottery i ll buy xb270hu for same money and try ips lottery
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