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Will we see a firmware update for this monitor to fix it's gamma tracking? The Gamma On setting does little in getting it to 2.2 gamma.
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Will we see a firmware update for this monitor to fix it's gamma tracking? The Gamma On setting does little in getting it to 2.2 gamma.

The out of the box display setting was fine tuned to minimize ghosting with Over Drive, FreeSync range performance, and PC Gaming performance with feedback from some professional CS:GO players. As stated by the reviewers, the colors still look great in game and not affected. You can also fully adjust all the display settings such as brightness, contrast, color temperature, etc. in the On Screen Display Menu to your preference - which most 24" gaming monitors do not even have. You can also use their calibration settings to get as close as possible - although all panels in the production vary slightly, the posted calibration settings from the reviewers can get you pretty close.


There is a back end factory service OSD menu to better fine tune the base settings without a firmware update - but we don't recommend going in there unless you know what you are doing.
 
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I read somewhere that this was a true 8 bit panel, but couldn't find much info about it on the official site. Is that correct? Can anyone comment on how this compares to other high end TN panels, like the ROG PG278Q?
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I read somewhere that this was a true 8 bit panel, but couldn't find much info about it on the official site. Is that correct? Can anyone comment on how this compares to other high end TN panels, like the ROG PG278Q?

Not sure - guessing by it being able to do FreeSync as low as 30hz, it may be using similar panels as the 24" G-sync monitors that can go that low.
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a 24" 1080p 8 bit panel? Makes me a bit more interested now than i was before. I'd really be interested to know what i could tweak in the factory service OSD, anything to try and get closer to a 2.2 gamma calibration would be nice.

EDIT: One thing i neglected to ask was the coating used, how thick is the matte coating? I saw one review mention its fairly light or "semi-glossy", any truth to that? Usually any and every TN has a medium + AG coating.
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Your eyes can't detect modern implementations of temporal dithering. You should be more concerned about sRGB coverage than true 8-bit.
Some 8-bit panels have worse coverage than 6-bit panels with temporal dithering.
    
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Our specialty are True IPS monitors actually - our 27" and 30" AH-IPS monitors are for professionals and people who require these type of panels for color critical work with high image quality. You can use them for gaming too but we could not get them to work well with Adaptive-Sync/FreeSync (ranges were very limited).

During development for FreeSync there were no 24" IPS panels available that would pass FreeSync valdiation/certification. If there were, we or other monitor vendors would have been developing it.

24" 1080p TN 144Hz are the best PC gaming panels available at the moment for people who don't buy the best graphics card all the time. The target market for this monitor are owners of the R7 260x/360, R9 285/380, GTX 950/960/970. Even the AMD APU 7850K/7870K can run online games like CS:GO and DOTA 2 with FreeSync for this monitor.

Yeah seriously
I don't understand all the hate going around for people with 144hz TN 1080p panels.
I'm using a **27"** 1080p TN panel right now in Black Ops 3 and rocking 85hz / 85 FPS with Vsync on and keeping 85hz/85 fps at all times!
R9 290X video card.

And guess what I'm using ?

Benq blur reduction.
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Couldn't be happier (textures set to high).

GLASS SMOOTH BLACK OPS 3, and not dark like 85hz ULMB is.

And if I wind up on a map that drops down to 75 FPS? I'll just make a 75hz custom resolution and use a 1360 vertical total with vsync to maintain 75hz/75 fps, but I haven't dropped below 85 yet.
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a 24" 1080p 8 bit panel? Makes me a bit more interested now than i was before. I'd really be interested to know what i could tweak in the factory service OSD, anything to try and get closer to a 2.2 gamma calibration would be nice.

EDIT: One thing i neglected to ask was the coating used, how thick is the matte coating? I saw one review mention its fairly light or "semi-glossy", any truth to that? Usually any and every TN has a medium + AG coating.

I see you have the Asus VG248QE in your rig signature and I have one in the office too. It should be similar to that panel in all aspects.
 
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I see you have the Asus VG248QE in your rig signature and I have one in the office too. It should be similar to that panel in all aspects.

How can that be so though? Tomshardware got 100% sRGB coverage out of the screen, unless im reading that wrong. My vg248qe only does 91% with a calibration @ 144hz.
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How can that be so though? Tomshardware got 100% sRGB coverage out of the screen, unless im reading that wrong. My vg248qe only does 91% with a calibration @ 144hz.

Maybe it is using different internals - since the NX-VUE24 has a scalar that enables FreeSync/Adaptive-Sync while the Asus VG248QE does not (unless you installed a G-Sync module).


Just updated the OP with Hardware Canucks' review - they gave it the "Damn Good Value" award!
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