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V-sync is off automatically when G-sync is in use. if your framerate s above or bellow g-sync threshold the system enable v-sync to prevent tearing automatically. There is no need to turn is on, but they you would want to cap your fps to not cross 165Hz to prevent tearing...
Again, no uniformity issues mentioned. These reviews have no value for me. Wonder how much he got paid from Asus.

Right...

If only they sold us perfect panels too. I'd pay up to 200 euros more if the quality control was top notch. But nope, they don't want my money. Asked Asus & Acer both for that option, no answer.. of course..
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Right...

If only they sold us perfect panels too. I'd pay up to 200 euros more if the quality control was top notch. But nope, they don't want my money. Asked Asus & Acer both for that option, no answer.. of course..

£730 is already a very high price, really SHOULD be getting at least almost perfect panels every time. You can get a 4k TV for less than this monitor.
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Linus review if yol interested:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b3ImK3WMBm4

For god sake talk about Cherry picked as usual. False advertising. We need to all comment on the video and give viewers a TRUE picture of what this monitor is like.

Makes me so angry.
Edited by Darylrese - 11/12/15 at 4:27am
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For god sake talk about Cherry picked as usual. False advertising. We need to all comment on the video and give viewers a TRUE picture of what this monitor is like.

Makes me so angry.

I've already did. It's is really ridiculous. All those reviewers can't be trusty anymore. TFT central... look at their picture of BLB test.... Nothing! What the hell is this. To be honest I've never seed a monitor they reviewed with extensive blb or glow. All of them are just perfect in this aspect.

If they are serious they would not accept a one send them by ASUS. This is so ridiculous. They should wait until there are in stores and pick one from there and then we can talk about it. But of course there wouldn't be first to make an review then.... A grotesque.
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He received a perfect panel? drool.gif

Remember, gaming monitor, GAMING MONITOR. Never sell at 'Professional imaging monitor'.

How many buyer have a calibration device ? If you don't open a full screen white image, you'll never see the "bad" uniformity.

For playing CS:GO / BF4, who cares about upper warm tint ?
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Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post

For god sake talk about Cherry picked as usual. False advertising. We need to all comment on the video and give viewers a TRUE picture of what this monitor is like.

Makes me so angry.

I've already did. It's is really ridiculous. All those reviewers can't be trusty anymore. TFT central... look at their picture of BLB test.... Nothing! What the hell is this. To be honest I've never seed a monitor they reviewed with extensive blb or glow. All of them are just perfect in this aspect.

If they are serious they would not accept a one send them by ASUS. This is so ridiculous. They should wait until there are in stores and pick one from there and then we can talk about it. But of course there wouldn't be first to make an review then.... A grotesque.
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Remember, gaming monitor, GAMING MONITOR. Never sell at 'Professional imaging monitor'.

How many buyer have a calibration device ? If you don't open a full screen white image, you'll never see the "bad" uniformity.

For playing CS:GO / BF4, who cares about upper warm tint ?

Huh ? We are not talking about colors but about quality issues.... You see it pretty much if you work in desktop or browsing a web and it's very annoying. Glow, bleed this is OK ??? But I like comments who does not own monitor but comment what you will never see... If you don't care about image quality, then buy 278Q or Dell. Why would you want to buy IPS then... We all buy it because we want to have quality picture not even in games. Some people do not only play games.
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This review on russian site nailed the top yellow tint problem: 3dnews PG279Q

They note that even as brightness uniformity is ok for a LCD panel, the color temperature uniformity is horrid. Most revew sites doent even test for that.

Meanwhile previously tested MG279Q and XB270HU were ok on color thing as well.

I have a strong suspicion that acer xb271hu will have same problems. Makes me think that XB270HU is way to go for me. Or maybe even ditching G-Sync altogether (and saving 250 euro in process) and getting MG279Q. Damn, that really sounds sane.
Edited by alecmg - 11/12/15 at 5:59am
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The WEIRD thing is it has 5 star reviews on OCUK and SCAN suggestion some users are happy and have great monitors. I honestly thing those people have the problems but just ignore it because they have more money than sense or they are total noobs and don't know what to expect from a monitor. They are sucked into the whole LOOK AT ME IM THE BEST GAMING MONITOR IN THE WORLD...I HAVE FLASHY LIGHTS AND EVERYTHING!

Simillar on site of my local retailer- 5/5 stars from one and only review. I just think those guys just do not know:
1. What to expect from good panel
2. What is BLB and IPS glow (I didn't know this 4 months ago)
3. They have no idea and so don't even see uniformity issues, dead pixels, dust etc.
4. The don't test monitor, they just turn it on during day, turn on Witcher 3 during day-gameplay and in-game day light and "AAAAHHHHH, OOOHHHHH! WHAT A QUALITY"

Some of those people won't know for weeks/months if their monitor has some faults until one day they will decide to play in some weekend in some dark/horror game in dark room (becasue they felt like it one time) and then there will be: WHAT THE HELL IS THIS GLOWING CRAP AROUND MY SCREEN????!!!

I tell you this is how it is.

From my 4 gamer friends- only my wife knows what BLB, uniformity, IPS, IPS glow is- only because for last 3 weeks I fight getting good PG biggrin.gif so she got knowledge from my raging and supporting me tongue.gif. Average player (non-enthusiast) do not know or care about those things.

At this point I sometimes envy them not having this knowledge frown.gif Once seen- BLB cannot be unseen....
Edited by Benny89 - 11/12/15 at 6:22am
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This review on russian site nailed the top yellow tint problem: 3dnews PG279Q

They note that even as brightness uniformity is ok for a LCD panel, the color temperature uniformity is horrid. Most revew sites doent even test for that.

Meanwhile previously tested MG279Q and XB270HU were ok on color thing as well.

I have a strong suspicion that acer xb271hu will have same problems. Makes me think that XB270HU is way to go for me. Or maybe even ditching G-Sync altogether (and saving 250 euro in process) and getting MG279Q. Damn, that really sounds sane.

Fantastic, thx for sharing. This is it... And to be honest, luminance uniformity is not such big problem as temperature uniformity. What the hell is that... Never seen something like temperature uniformity... Man, this is so bad, this is a complete deal breaker. I've ordered one piece but I think I will cancel the order. I can confirm that XB270HU I still have does NOT have this issue! I really like Asus more but this is a stop for me.... Hopefully they will fix this issue so I can buy later... Really sad....

"But about the uniformity of the color temperature so you will not tell. The spread of values ​​is very large - more than 1000 Kelvin. This is a very low result for the monitor at any level, not to mention very expensive PG279Q. The color temperature increases downwards, the average deviation from the center point is 3.7% maximum - 8.8%. I want to believe that we were just very unlucky with the instance. "
Edited by misiak - 11/12/15 at 6:24am
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