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post #421 of 837
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Originally Posted by Butthurt Beluga View Post

What is the freesync range on this monitor?
I've been looking everywhere on forums, product pages, official benq sites, but no one seems to know the freesync range of this monitor.
FreeSync Ranges are harder to find as information because monitors like these have from 1 to 144Hz ranges thanks to Low Framerate Compensation, technically this eliminates the lower end of the FreeSync range, if you want to know anyway, the Native range is 40-144Hz, but again that's irrelevant.
post #422 of 837
Why did they have to make AMA premium unusable that even competitive players would avoid this setting?
A setting between AMA high and premium would be way more useful!

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_xl2730z.htm
post #423 of 837
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Originally Posted by softskiller View Post

Why did they have to make AMA premium unusable that even competitive players would avoid this setting?
A setting between AMA high and premium would be way more useful!

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_xl2730z.htm

AMA Premium on the BenQ XL2730Z show less artifacts than any other Monitor in the market that sport pixels transitions that are as fast as the BenQ one, an extra step between high and Premium wouldn't be bad but it'd probably wouldn't be as good as you imagine.

AMA High shows absolutely no overshoot artifacts at all while still being very fast, any faster than that and you'd start to get overshoot artifacts

Also the "AMA Premium unusable that even competitive players would avoid using" I have no idea where you're coming from.
Edited by Dargonplay - 4/19/16 at 11:24am
post #424 of 837
Doesn't have to be an additional "extra" step, could be just a mildly lower setting for premium (between high and the premium how it is now).

And about AMA settings, well many CS:GO pros show their benq settings and what I saw, they often keep it on high.

Premium is a tradeoff and the additional snappiness might be too low compared to the disturbing overshooting artifacts.
post #425 of 837
Hey guys,

i've recently bought the BenQ XL2730Z, but he developed a horrible and visible (during games or surfing) backlight bleeding after two days of use. I've got my replacement monitor from amazon now, but he has the same issue and it's worse than before. There was !NO! backlight bleeding at the first start of the monitor and he also developed it after around two days of use.

Here is a picture of it: http://abload.de/image.php?img=20160423_162245z2j02.jpg

Did anyone of you have the same issues with the XL2730Z, or ever see backlight bleeding like this?
Edited by HeaD87 - 4/24/16 at 7:34am
post #426 of 837
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Originally Posted by HeaD87 View Post

Did anyone of you have the same issues with the XL2730Z, or ever see backlight bleeding like this?

Does the pic look exactly the same as real life? I'm on my 3rd monitor because the first two had a blue patch in the middle of the screen which is completely gone.

I do however have a similar problem as your picture where the bottom right of the monitor has a blue thin patch on a black background.

Having said that my monitor has no backlight bleeding but if I take a picture of my monitor it looks like it has backlight bleeding due to the camera exposure. If your pic looks the same in real life and you find it annoying I suggest getting another replacement or try and get a refund.
post #427 of 837
It's a little bit darker in real life, but yeah, the form of the backlight bleeding is exactly how you can see it on the monitor. You can see the brighter spots clearly in every game, application or website with a darker background, like dark souls, imgur.com, steam, etc. and it's very annoying for my eyes ._.
I can also see them slightly on this website.

The blue line on the bottom is not so problematic. It is not visible while i am on the desktop (windows bar) and only slightly in games.

I will try to get a third one, but i am totally scared, that this problem is normal for this monitor :|
Edited by HeaD87 - 4/24/16 at 11:43am
post #428 of 837
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Originally Posted by HeaD87 View Post

I will try to get a third one, but i am totally scared, that this problem is normal for this monitor :|

I'd recommend replacing it one last time. My third is almost flawless.. lol.

As I mentioned before in this thread my first two monitors had a blue patch in the middle of the screen which was visible on dark backgrounds and video playback of anything. This time my third monitor has a white patch but it is no way as near as visible as the blue patch which is why I decided to keep it.
post #429 of 837
I also have this blue line of light at the bottom.
Was a bit annoying when I played Metro with it's very dark maps.

What I notice that the brown lights at the left and right are way more apparent when getting really close to the screen.
post #430 of 837
Do you think my screen looks ok? I am a bit concerned by the blue running along the bottom:
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