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post #1851 of 3075
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Originally Posted by RazorEdgeBullie View Post

So it seems the solution to my scan lines was to add a 2nd 980 ti for sli lol. Fallout 4 and overwatch were the two most noticeable with scan lines and now they are gone. Hmm weird.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1573121/acer-predator-x34-owners-club/370#post_24609304
I was active on this thread a while back. Thought I'd return to have a look.

If you have set a 100Hz overclock on the monitor, then 60fps and below you will see the scanlines.
If you have set a 85Hz overclock on the monitor, then 50fps and below you will see the scanlines.
Etc.
This is assuming that G-sync is ON in the NVCP.

This explains why when you add a second card, the scanlines go away.
post #1852 of 3075
This confirms that I'll be waiting to get a 1080Ti before purchasing a 1440p Ultrawide monitor. Need a single card that actually pushes the screen to it's potential.
post #1853 of 3075
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Originally Posted by solBLACK View Post

This confirms that I'll be waiting to get a 1080Ti before purchasing a 1440p Ultrawide monitor. Need a single card that actually pushes the screen to it's potential.
My opinion is, GTX 1080 is perfect for X34 with G-Sync enabled, which makes games smooth even @ >40 fps.thumb.gif

But ofcourse im going to upgrade 1080 to Ti version right after it launched.biggrin.gif
post #1854 of 3075
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Originally Posted by Asmola View Post

My opinion is, GTX 1080 is perfect for X34 with G-Sync enabled, which makes games smooth even @ >40 fps.thumb.gif

But ofcourse im going to upgrade 1080 to Ti version right after it launched.biggrin.gif
I'll just wait, save up some money, and get both. That way when I experience the glory of an Ultrawide it'll be perfect!
post #1855 of 3075
X34P coming: https://imgur.com/a/Lw8CX

Apparently it's native 100 Hz refresh, more aggressive curve as well.
Edited by x3sphere - 5/31/16 at 2:20pm
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X34P coming: https://imgur.com/a/Lw8CX

Apparently it's native 100 Hz refresh, more aggressive curve as well.

It looks like it's using the new LG34UC98/88's panel which might yield less BLB, and possibly DP1.3 as someone hinted after a conversation with an Acer rep at Computex. It also has a matte finish, so people who held out on the X34 because of its complaints might find a winner in the X34P. My next upgrade will be OLED so fingers crossed in 2017
post #1857 of 3075
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Originally Posted by x3sphere View Post

X34P coming: https://imgur.com/a/Lw8CX

Apparently it's native 100 Hz refresh, more aggressive curve as well.
Looks like they changed the back of it up as well. Damn that looks nice!
post #1858 of 3075
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Originally Posted by solBLACK View Post

Looks like they changed the back of it up as well. Damn that looks nice!
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Originally Posted by x3sphere View Post

X34P coming: https://imgur.com/a/Lw8CX

Apparently it's native 100 Hz refresh, more aggressive curve as well.

It doesn't actually say "native 100 Hz" anywhere. Which LG product uses the same panel, and what is the refresh rate there?
post #1859 of 3075
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Originally Posted by mtakala View Post


It doesn't actually say "native 100 Hz" anywhere. Which LG product uses the same panel, and what is the refresh rate there?

The LG 34UC98 does - and it's a 60Hz panel. People are getting carried away here, it is more than likely that the X34P will use exactly the same panel as the 34UC98 (and Acer XR342CK) which is a 60Hz part. Acer reps may be innocently claiming '100Hz native' simply because it is guaranteed to support this out of the box and/or comes set at 100Hz by default. That does not mean it is a 'native 100Hz panel'.
post #1860 of 3075
Always upsetting that they come up with these 'changes' after you buy the damn thing. New version looks gorgeous with the brushed aluminum finish & the stand looks like it has a headphone holder built in.

No complaints about my panel as it's perfect but slightly regretting not holding out till end of the year.


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Originally Posted by solBLACK View Post

I'll just wait, save up some money, and get both. That way when I experience the glory of an Ultrawide it'll be perfect!

Patience always wins, you're a smart shopper.
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