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Originally Posted by Walhalla360 View Post

I think I won the lottery smile.gif

Got a G8 panel on Saturday. Had a G7 panel before. All fine now. The old one had an horrible yellow tint and backlight bleed on the left side at the bottom and on the top right corner. The new panel looks pretty good now. Now it's only IPS glow left, I can live with it, but I must say that it glows a lot more than my "old" Dell U2414H. I think it's because the AG coating is lighter.
Can you post some pics? My g8 isn't perfect, first i was ok with amount of blb and ips glow ,but more time i spent with monitor more obvious and distracting this becomes to me...Now i am thinking about replacement,because i think paying 860 eur i deserve better panel.
Edited by legadema - 10/10/16 at 7:02am
post #8952 of 9392
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Originally Posted by Walhalla360 View Post

I think I won the lottery smile.gif

Got a G8 panel on Saturday. Had a G7 panel before. All fine now. The old one had an horrible yellow tint and backlight bleed on the left side at the bottom and on the top right corner. The new panel looks pretty good now. Now it's only IPS glow left, I can live with it, but I must say that it glows a lot more than my "old" Dell U2414H. I think it's because the AG coating is lighter.

Not, it's because it's 27". Coating has nothing to do with glow. People should realize this once for all - the bigger screen the bigger glow. It's physics. If you have only silverish glow then you might won the lottery wink.gif It's impossible to get an IPS ordinary screen without a glow.
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hmm, it's golden glow, but if you look straight on it it's not there anymore. Nevermind, I can live with it, better than going back to 60 Hz rolleyes.gif
post #8954 of 9392
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hmm, it's golden glow, but if you look straight on it it's not there anymore. Nevermind, I can live with it, better than going back to 60 Hz rolleyes.gif

Well yes, these AUO panels are famous of orange glow. I couldn't stand it personally but if you don't see it from your sitting position and it's not disturbing in dark games then you are fine. But I had panels with horrible uniformity and oragnge low and it was very bad. So I gave up on these and wait for better screens, hopefully not from AUO. I would take 27" 1440p LG IPS 100Hz with G-sync for reasonable price but there is no such panel and those ultrawides are very expensive. I've bought 100Hz Qnix for $200 and the only thing I missing is G-sync. The image quality is miles ahead these AUO trash panels.

But you right, once you taste high refresh rate then there is no way back to 60Hz. I would suggest you to test the monitor for a week and if anything bother you just return it. You know, if the monitor cost 300$ I could live with some flaws but for 800$ it must be really good quality. Asus build quality is great, but unfortunatelly all 144Hz IPS monitors use the same AUO trash panels so it does not matter if you buy Asus, Acer, AOC or Viewsonic.... All will have the same issues. We need something NEW and much better quality....
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I would alse prefer an LG panel hands down, but as you already pointed out there is nothing on the market right now and on the horizon. Yes, for the price of that screen you shouldn't have to take any compromises, but how long should I wait? If you see it that way you can wait your whole life for a better generation of anything smile.gif

A TN panel is no option for me.
post #8956 of 9392
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But you right, once you taste high refresh rate then there is no way back to 60Hz. I would suggest you to test the monitor for a week and if anything bother you just return it. You know, if the monitor cost 300$ I could live with some flaws but for 800$ it must be really good quality. Asus build quality is great, but unfortunatelly all 144Hz IPS monitors use the same AUO trash panels so it does not matter if you buy Asus, Acer, AOC or Viewsonic.... All will have the same issues. We need something NEW and much better quality....

viewsonic ,asus and AOC are using auo panel M270DAN02.3
only acer gets to use M270DAN02.6.
Not sure why is it so and what is the different. Maybe someone can enlighten

anyway auo is part of acer FYI Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
AUO was formed in September 2001 by the merger of Acer Display Technology, Inc. (the former of AUO, established in 1996) and Unipac Optoelectronics Corporation. In October 2006, AUO acquired Quanta Display Inc. AUO has thus been operating production lines of various generations,
post #8957 of 9392
2.6 is the borderless version
post #8958 of 9392
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Originally Posted by Walhalla360 View Post

I would alse prefer an LG panel hands down, but as you already pointed out there is nothing on the market right now and on the horizon. Yes, for the price of that screen you shouldn't have to take any compromises, but how long should I wait? If you see it that way you can wait your whole life for a better generation of anything smile.gif

A TN panel is no option for me.

Yeah, I think some VA 100Hz 1440p are behind the corner but who knows about the quality. But sure they will be better than this AUO trash. But I'm afraid they will be pretty slow with some transitions. I would be fine with 100Hz but I need g-sync because I can't stand any tearing or stuttering and v-sync is no way to go because of crazy input lag. Seems only OLED with G-sync will be a redemption for all of us and LCD will be forgotten forever... Hope this come true within 5 year smile.gif Btw, don't know if you are using panel only for gaming but TN version is actually not that bad. I have TN with g-sync 1080p now and it's great for gaming.
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viewsonic ,asus and AOC are using auo panel M270DAN02.3
only acer gets to use M270DAN02.6.
Not sure why is it so and what is the different. Maybe someone can enlighten

anyway auo is part of acer FYI Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
AUO was formed in September 2001 by the merger of Acer Display Technology, Inc. (the former of AUO, established in 1996) and Unipac Optoelectronics Corporation. In October 2006, AUO acquired Quanta Display Inc. AUO has thus been operating production lines of various generations,

Yes, Acer is borderless but all revisions are trash. But the one in Acer was slightly better because it haven't had the top 1/3 darker than rest but overall uniformity was tragic anyway. An whites? Forget them with these screens. These panels have all tints except white biggrin.gif Really, I was comparing with Dell IPS screen with LG panel and couldn't believe how AUO is yellowish. And no way to calibrate it properly. These are just great for pure gamers but if you want to use it for work it could be a pain. Your eyes may adopt but it's never white...
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Originally Posted by misiak View Post

Yeah, I think some VA 100Hz 1440p are behind the corner but who knows about the quality. But sure they will be better than this AUO trash. But I'm afraid they will be pretty slow with some transitions. I would be fine with 100Hz but I need g-sync because I can't stand any tearing or stuttering and v-sync is no way to go because of crazy input lag. Seems only OLED with G-sync will be a redemption for all of us and LCD will be forgotten forever... Hope this come true within 5 year smile.gif Btw, don't know if you are using panel only for gaming but TN version is actually not that bad. I have TN with g-sync 1080p now and it's great for gaming.
Yes, Acer is borderless but all revisions are trash. But the one in Acer was slightly better because it haven't had the top 1/3 darker than rest but overall uniformity was tragic anyway. An whites? Forget them with these screens. These panels have all tints except white biggrin.gif Really, I was comparing with Dell IPS screen with LG panel and couldn't believe how AUO is yellowish. And no way to calibrate it properly. These are just great for pure gamers but if you want to use it for work it could be a pain. Your eyes may adopt but it's never white...

I ended up getting the 24" Swift and it's TN of course but the whites are very good. I think if these ahva panels were higher quality then I would have jumped on it, so I'm also waiting on the next gen of 144hz/1440p ips-type panels. Maybe by then the GFX cards will be like GTX 1160 or 1260's that run faster than Titan XPs and they'll run everything fast like 1080p at 144 fps with current gen cards but at 1440p. I really didn't like the idea of getting a 1440p IPS monitor, having medicore color and uniformity, and THEN having low frames unless I went SLI with my 970 or spending ANOTHER $600 plus on a replacement card. Right now I get a good bump over 60 fps in something like Witcher 3 and I can get 144 fps in Assetto Corsa without dropping settings too much so I am happy right now with my performance. I still yearn for a bigger, higher res option at some point though. I just got to a point where I wanted to actually enjoy what I have and take a break from upgrading for awhile. Hopefully in a year or two, our options will be much better and 1440p/144hz + will be a more standard thing with all the panel manufacturers onboard and it won't feel like you're dealing with prototype technology and having to buy close to $1000 gfx solutions to run them full tilt. Don't get me wrong, if I had the money then I'd be buying one of these AHVA/1440p/144hz panels and dual 1080's but I just can't afford to unfortunately. I can only do moderate enthusiast level and can't blow my load on the latest and greatest, especially when it will be superseded by something better and cheaper in not too long.
Edited by jthomp - 10/10/16 at 9:24pm
post #8960 of 9392
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Yeah, I think some VA 100Hz 1440p are behind the corner but who knows about the quality. But sure they will be better than this AUO trash. But I'm afraid they will be pretty slow with some transitions. I would be fine with 100Hz but I need g-sync because I can't stand any tearing or stuttering and v-sync is no way to go because of crazy input lag. Seems only OLED with G-sync will be a redemption for all of us and LCD will be forgotten forever... Hope this come true within 5 year smile.gif Btw, don't know if you are using panel only for gaming but TN version is actually not that bad. I have TN with g-sync 1080p now and it's great for gaming.

I expect the Samsungs to be good. The S34E790C had response times down pat for 60 Hz (compared to IPS) and TFTCentral indicated their new 1080p 144 Hz VA panel has decent response times. We'll find out more soon. I expect AUO's 1440p VA high refresh rate monitors to have the same 40+ ms response time in dark color transitions though.
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