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What you are seeing I think, is nothing to do with viewing angles etc. it is dirt or discoloration on the screen or something like that, the XB270HU I had was the same except it was green and bottom left. My TV has a slightly green blob on it as well on white backgrounds, but on these £700+ monitors it really should not be happening.

Sure it is not about angles. This is a uniformity problem. But it should NOT have a yellow tint. Can be darker but this tint should not be there... But I would like to hear more from other PGs users. Really nobody except one guy mentioned this ? Then maybe majority is fine, I don't know. That's why I've immediately order another one... I have no problem to return back if it has same issue but I already lost so much time with this so I can't stop now smile.gif
post #4272 of 9453
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Shocking how bad some of these AUO panels are. I've said it before but this is NOT what IPS should be like, not at all. It's like someone selling you a Ferrari that has a smoking engine, exhaust pipe dragging on the ground and rust... and being told this is what Ferrari's are like, get used to it. It's a joke. I have a Samsung PLS (IPS) 60hz 1440p monitor which is virtually flawless... tiny bit of glow bottom left which I hardly ever notice, and perfect colours throughout. I've got friends with Dell and Eizo IPS monitors also, better than mine. The only thing they lack is the faster speed and variable sync, but in every other aspect they put these AUO panels to utter shame.

I think I will try a pg279q and if they arel as bad as some of these on here, I will just get a 60hz 27" 1440p IPS screen and keep that until something better comes out, the contrast ratio and response times on these AHVA screens are good, also obviously Gsync and 144hz, other than that they are actually worse than £400 60hz 27" 1440p IPS screens from LG, Samsung etc.
post #4273 of 9453
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Originally Posted by atomicus View Post

Shocking how bad some of these AUO panels are. I've said it before but this is NOT what IPS should be like, not at all. It's like someone selling you a Ferrari that has a smoking engine, exhaust pipe dragging on the ground and rust... and being told this is what Ferrari's are like, get used to it. It's a joke. I have a Samsung PLS (IPS) 60hz 1440p monitor which is virtually flawless... tiny bit of glow bottom left which I hardly ever notice, and perfect colours throughout. I've got friends with Dell and Eizo IPS monitors also, better than mine. The only thing they lack is the faster speed and variable sync, but in every other aspect they put these AUO panels to utter shame.

That's truth but actually you have not much to choose from. It's either speed and not very uniform image, glow, bleed, dead pixels or slow panel and flawless unit. Can't you overclock your panel a bit ? I have LG and clocked to 75Hz. Difference night and day, but it's only 1080p and 23"... If these 60Hz panel would have a g-sync plus could be slightly overlookable I would take them instead.
post #4274 of 9453
I don't think any of the 27" 1440p low input lag 60hz IPS screens overclock to 70-75hz do they? Dell 2715, Asus MX27AQ etc?
post #4275 of 9453
I don't know, you may give it a try with cru utility. But I think it will not be possible because HDMI will not handle such high pixel clock at 1440p... Does it have DP ?
post #4276 of 9453
They all have DP, but I have not read any reports of anything over 60hz? I had an Asus 32" 1440p VA monitor and that did 75hz.
post #4277 of 9453
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That's truth but actually you have not much to choose from. It's either speed and not very uniform image, glow, bleed, dead pixels or slow panel and flawless unit. Can't you overclock your panel a bit ? I have LG and clocked to 75Hz. Difference night and day, but it's only 1080p and 23"... If these 60Hz panel would have a g-sync plus could be slightly overlookable I would take them instead.

Choice is definitely the problem. I'm really hoping the arrival of DP 1.3 gives the manufacturers a big push and we see some far better quality panels... we can only hope anyway! There's just nothing really 'exciting' out there at the moment, not when you look closely at the panel tech... everything is relatively old, overclocked and rehashed, squeezing every last drop out of DP 1.2. Of course we need Pascal/HBM2 GPU's with DP 1.3 ports before we could even use these next-gen monitors, which means $$$$, but I genuinely feel until that happens we're going to be stuck in a rut.
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post #4278 of 9453
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Choice is definitely the problem. I'm really hoping the arrival of DP 1.3 gives the manufacturers a big push and we see some far better quality panels... we can only hope anyway! There's just nothing really 'exciting' out there at the moment, not when you look closely at the panel tech... everything is relatively old, overclocked and rehashed, squeezing every last drop out of DP 1.2. Of course we need Pascal/HBM2 GPU's with DP 1.3 ports before we could even use these next-gen monitors, which means $$$$, but I genuinely feel until that happens we're going to be stuck in a rut.

Well I would say that 144hz 1440p 27" IPS is great, IFFFFF you can get a screen without these horrible problems. I would rather have a 144hz 29" 1440p VA screen, but meh that is not going to happen.
post #4279 of 9453
Hi all. I'm considering getting a pg279q. I just RMA'd an Acer X34 due to some of issues it's having. I asked on that forum if 144hz was worth it versus 100hz (with more screen space), and all said the X34 was worth the sacrifice of 44hz. Issues aside, what are your thoughts/experiences? I pretty much play everything, but mostly witcher 3/ far cry type
post #4280 of 9453
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Originally Posted by DNAJAY View Post

Hi all. I'm considering getting a pg279q. I just RMA'd an Acer X34 due to some of issues it's having. I asked on that forum if 144hz was worth it versus 100hz (with more screen space), and all said the X34 was worth the sacrifice of 44hz. Issues aside, what are your thoughts/experiences? I pretty much play everything, but mostly witcher 3/ far cry type

100hz definitely doesn't look that good to my eyes compared to 144. But it's really subjective, some people are just fine with 60hz so it's more about what's fine for you. If you've got no complaints about how 100hz looks, then the 34" is what I'd go for.
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