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post #1021 of 3061
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Originally Posted by -terabyte- View Post

Most likely because the G-sync module won't work with 2 separate DP ports (you'd need 2 g-sync modules) and neither won't FreeSync. Neither driver supports such a thing as far as I know.

They should better get on it. High resolution gaming is coming at us but we don't have the ammo. We are limited by port bandwidth and drivers! WOW. LOL thumb.gif Can we just say bottleneck! It is laughable just like SLI or crossover.. another laughable joke in the industry.
Edited by Badexample - 1/17/16 at 11:44am
post #1022 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Badexample View Post

I really think that the negative feedback about the monitor is really amplified by the internet. There are a lot of people happy with their monitors at home playing not complaining on forums and fighting with the suppliers but Acer really needs to tweak their QC before sending units on the market. Some of the problems are just ridiculous.

There is a new batch heading out this week. I just hope there might be a chance for better units. I have just saved up enough to buy this monitor. Not sure if I should try and order it later this week or wait for the ASUS. I just would like to know definitely if the ASUS is guaranteed to be clocked out of the box at 100hz. That would eliminate one of the issues on the Acer. On the other hand we know all the potential issues of the ACER and will take some time to find out the issues on the ASUS. At least Acer has acknowledged some of the issues. I did read one positive experience concerning a rma to Acer.
post #1023 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Techenthused73 View Post

There is a new batch heading out this week. I just hope there might be a chance for better units. I have just saved up enough to buy this monitor. Not sure if I should try and order it later this week or wait for the ASUS. I just would like to know definitely if the ASUS is guaranteed to be clocked out of the box at 100hz. That would eliminate one of the issues on the Acer. On the other hand we know all the potential issues of the ACER and will take some time to find out the issues on the ASUS. At least Acer has acknowledged some of the issues. I did read one positive experience concerning a rma to Acer.

Hope you the best! That was the same deal when the HB270HU first came out. I bought it and could not be happier! Perfect 10/10 monitor. No horrors stories.Then you go on overclock.net and youtube and all you see is complaints and negative feedback lol. Oh well!
post #1024 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Badexample View Post

Hope you the best! That was the same deal when the HB270HU first came out. I bought it and could not be happier! Perfect 10/10 monitor. No horrors stories.Then you go on overclock.net and youtube and all you see is complaints and negative feedback lol. Oh well!

You will always see more negative feedback than positive about a product. Everyone who has a horror story feels the need to inform others of it, but rarely do people feel the need to tell everyone about the positive experiences.
post #1025 of 3061
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Originally Posted by funfordcobra View Post

Item is under review for all the returns. Simple. Just like the mg279q is. If amazon gets 50% of returns the item will go under review until acer answers why. If you check amazon the mg279q is still under review and has been since October because asus will not stand up for their QC issues and blames the customer, like acer.

People who say the majority does not have problems are just daft.

And I have to thank people that kept returning (just like me) as we have shut the x34 from the amazon market.
good for you trash is trash the next trash will be asus if it has lots of problems also. i only got one x34 returned for a full refund with amazon.
post #1026 of 3061
Man I'm not sure how some people get away with returning items the way they say they do. I just got a nasty letter from amazon, after one hellacious week last week with them and then placing a massive 2500 order that's being delivered tomorrow.

First I ordered the 165hz predator, but it had some backlight bleeding etc...so I decided to roll it back and simply just get a refund. I then turned around and bought from them the X34, so my refund led to me handing them another couple hundred dollars instead. That monitor got sent to the wrong address, and long story short after about a combined 4 hours on the phone with amazons idiots, I basically had my monitor shipped to another state and they couldn't promptly bring it back. Instead some amazon rep canceled that monitor, and told me I had another monitor slated with next day shipping via fedex, the next day came and I called and they said they had no shipments coming to me that day...which then ultimately led to that monitor going back to amazon since once a rep calls a product back, its done..there is nothing UPS will do.

So I put in another order for the x34 last week, it came in stock and gave me an order. I also bought a brand new Denon receiver, projector, screen and mount to start setting up...and I get today an email saying ive had to many returns.

Ive returned a gpu once in 2013, a 780 ti, and I returned this monitor that had backlight bleeding and dead pixels.

Ive been with them since their start, given them thousands of dollars, I just put a nice new order in over this weekend around 2500 bucks...and that's the email I receive? Is that serious?

I just don't understand because ive seen people say they return items 5 6 7 8 times...and I have about 2 returns over the last 5 years with them, ive had more with Newegg to be honest, and I don't understand how people do this sort of thing when I'm getting a letter after literally like 2 actual returns.

But its shocks me about amazon because now I'm afraid that if my x34 is not to my liking that they are going to close my account. Why should I have to keep something I spend 1300 if it has issues?
post #1027 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Savatage79 View Post

Man I'm not sure how some people get away with returning items the way they say they do. I just got a nasty letter from amazon, after one hellacious week last week with them and then placing a massive 2500 order that's being delivered tomorrow.

First I ordered the 165hz predator, but it had some backlight bleeding etc...so I decided to roll it back and simply just get a refund. I then turned around and bought from them the X34, so my refund led to me handing them another couple hundred dollars instead. That monitor got sent to the wrong address, and long story short after about a combined 4 hours on the phone with amazons idiots, I basically had my monitor shipped to another state and they couldn't promptly bring it back. Instead some amazon rep canceled that monitor, and told me I had another monitor slated with next day shipping via fedex, the next day came and I called and they said they had no shipments coming to me that day...which then ultimately led to that monitor going back to amazon since once a rep calls a product back, its done..there is nothing UPS will do.

So I put in another order for the x34 last week, it came in stock and gave me an order. I also bought a brand new Denon receiver, projector, screen and mount to start setting up...and I get today an email saying ive had to many returns.

Ive returned a gpu once in 2013, a 780 ti, and I returned this monitor that had backlight bleeding and dead pixels.

Ive been with them since their start, given them thousands of dollars, I just put a nice new order in over this weekend around 2500 bucks...and that's the email I receive? Is that serious?

I just don't understand because ive seen people say they return items 5 6 7 8 times...and I have about 2 returns over the last 5 years with them, ive had more with Newegg to be honest, and I don't understand how people do this sort of thing when I'm getting a letter after literally like 2 actual returns.

But its shocks me about amazon because now I'm afraid that if my x34 is not to my liking that they are going to close my account. Why should I have to keep something I spend 1300 if it has issues?


You don't have to keep it, it's simple. They can complain all day, but if you got something that's not working like it's supposed to, you can either return it or ask for another one. Regardless of the price. And do it as many times as you need.
post #1028 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Wagnelles View Post

You don't have to keep it, it's simple. They can complain all day, but if you got something that's not working like it's supposed to, you can either return it or ask for another one. Regardless of the price. And do it as many times as you need.

Yea but they are saying that sort of like they are watching me or something. Which I just emailed them back and said please call me on this matter because I take it serious, I'm not jerkin anyone around. I buy stuff with the full intentions to keep and use it. Ive only returned something that is hundreds of dollars in wanting to get back a satisfactory item.

Now in this week what happened was 2 monitors got refunded, but its because the one moron amazon rep "called" back my x34 which resulted in a refund, if he wouldn't of done that id of received my original x34.

I mean I have my X34 coming tomorrow, so I hope I can have a different type of post to bring and finally have an impression post but man that just ticked me off getting an email like that, especially after how amazon really busted my balls last week giving me the runaround on one simple monitor.

Basically to the point where they gave me about 95 dollars in credit, that's how bad they screwed up. And in good faith I bought my projection setup thru them even still, and that's the email I get. I want to fn refuse it all and tell them to go f themselves after an email like that, damn.
post #1029 of 3061
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Originally Posted by Savatage79 View Post

Man I'm not sure how some people get away with returning items the way they say they do. I just got a nasty letter from amazon, after one hellacious week last week with them and then placing a massive 2500 order that's being delivered tomorrow.

First I ordered the 165hz predator, but it had some backlight bleeding etc...so I decided to roll it back and simply just get a refund. I then turned around and bought from them the X34, so my refund led to me handing them another couple hundred dollars instead. That monitor got sent to the wrong address, and long story short after about a combined 4 hours on the phone with amazons idiots, I basically had my monitor shipped to another state and they couldn't promptly bring it back. Instead some amazon rep canceled that monitor, and told me I had another monitor slated with next day shipping via fedex, the next day came and I called and they said they had no shipments coming to me that day...which then ultimately led to that monitor going back to amazon since once a rep calls a product back, its done..there is nothing UPS will do.

So I put in another order for the x34 last week, it came in stock and gave me an order. I also bought a brand new Denon receiver, projector, screen and mount to start setting up...and I get today an email saying ive had to many returns.

Ive returned a gpu once in 2013, a 780 ti, and I returned this monitor that had backlight bleeding and dead pixels.

Ive been with them since their start, given them thousands of dollars, I just put a nice new order in over this weekend around 2500 bucks...and that's the email I receive? Is that serious?

I just don't understand because ive seen people say they return items 5 6 7 8 times...and I have about 2 returns over the last 5 years with them, ive had more with Newegg to be honest, and I don't understand how people do this sort of thing when I'm getting a letter after literally like 2 actual returns.

But its shocks me about amazon because now I'm afraid that if my x34 is not to my liking that they are going to close my account. Why should I have to keep something I spend 1300 if it has issues?

I expect Amazon might actually start noticing what people are doing here, so they are trying to stop it. The monitor is not "faulty" so it is a "Do not want product" so you cannot keep buying the same monitor six times for example, while sending it back for "Do not want product" reason.
post #1030 of 3061
My original monitor was indeed defective with a few dead pixels and back light bleeding.. However I did decide to refund that which I know. But that was simply Goin toward the x34 so it was a better overall sale for them.

What the problem is and I think I figured it out was this. The x34 that got messed up, was sent to another state... I had paid one day shipping and was pissed because it got into new Jersey and they were telling me it wouldn't be here for about a week. I found that unacceptable for a 1400 buck purchase.

However, the amazon supervisor said "ok I'm gonna cancel that x34 and reroute it back to Amazon, and reorder another for you to arrive in one day".

So the original x34 returned and got refunded. But the kicker was he never checked the stock of the x34, so just ordered it and said it'll be here in a day.

But ultimately two monitors got refunded in a week and I'm sure as I'm standing here that's their issue, but the original x34 refund I didn't ask for. That was the supervisors incompetence.
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