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post #8411 of 9401
Does anybody here uses such monitor with onboard intel graphics (such as the HD4400 on a I5-4310U of a Dell laptop for instance) via HDMI ?

Dell reports this kind of support :
CPU : I5-4310U
Resolutions HD 4400 :
DisplayPort* 1.2 / eDP*
H-Processors: 3840 x 2160 @ 60 Hz (Ultra-HD)
U-Processors: 3200 x 2000 @ 60 Hz, 3840 x 2160 @ 30 Hz
Y-Processors: 2560 x 1600 @ 60 Hz
HDMI*: 4096 x 2304, 3840 x 2160 @ 24 Hz / 24bpp
DVI: 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz

According to its spec and user manual, this screen should support 2560x1600 on HDMI

Do you confirm my understanding ?

I would like to replace my Dell UltraSharp U2713HM, which only supports 1920x1200 via HDMI (I really need 2 inputs as I will use the DP for my workstation, and so I will need HDMI for the work laptop)
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post #8412 of 9401
I bought on amazon.de a used like new. I arrived and a monitor with fclmqs serial, December 2015. It seems to me perfect. That you know are good the Monitor products in December 2015?
post #8413 of 9401
They are all the same. If your device has no issues the question is nonsense...
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post #8414 of 9401
Actually I read somewhere that the first models suffered from problems , and who later asus had improved production . I am wrong?
post #8415 of 9401
There was talk of these monitors getting a firmware update. Should we wait for the firmware update before we buy one or can we update it ourselves? And what does this update even do?
post #8416 of 9401
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There was talk of these monitors getting a firmware update. Should we wait for the firmware update before we buy one or can we update it ourselves? And what does this update even do?

The firmware update is for the Acer monitors AFAIK. You have to send the monitor to them so they perform the update. Waiting won't help much since it'll be months before monitors with the newer firmware hit the shelves.
post #8417 of 9401
the displaced vertical pixel line fw issue is for both PG279Q & XB271HU
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post #8418 of 9401
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the displaced vertical pixel line fw issue is for both PG279Q & XB271HU

Correct, but I don't think Asus has announced a firmware update, have they?
post #8419 of 9401
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Correct, but I don't think Asus has announced a firmware update, have they?
as far as I know Nvidia itself works on the fw for Asus/Acer

Acer rep said its being finalized, soon (c), but no ETA


for Asus this is the only thing I know - http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?84753-Asus-Support-Please-help-me-with-my-PG279Q/page3

earlier there there was talk of a fw for PG279Q, but silence for a while now



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Yes I had the same issue. It only happens in certain games and on your desktop. Some programs or games can't handle the high refresh rate. You can go into your Nvidia control panel, adjust desktop size and position settings and set it to Overscan. This will usually solves the problem with programs that don't like the 165 Hz refresh rate.
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post #8420 of 9401
Does this line issue only happen when alt-tabbing or waking from sleep, or just at any time random?
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