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post #231 of 3062
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Sorry if this is a dumb question but is there a way to know if Gsync is on like on the Swift where there's the red ring on the base?

This is an excellent question.

Go to your menu on the monitor. Locate 'Ambient Light'. Locate LED Color. Select MNT status. You're done.

Red = Gsync on. White = Gsync off.
post #232 of 3062
I have not seen a scanline yet...honestly I own a flawless monitor...it runs at 100. Noise free. I dont look for things like dead puxels or blb, but i havent noticed any....it looks great in games and day to day usage... For me this monitor is my fav piece of hardware in a long time. Anyone concidering buying this monitor to USE and play games on its the best money can buy.
post #233 of 3062
Other thoughts:

1) The TFT Central guys recommended RGB, brightness, and contrast values - I finally stepped away from that, and did my own thing... I like my own settings much more.

2) The onscreen display was a complete nightmare when I first started using it. Now, after two weeks, I can zip through the menu, and only ocassionally get something wrong. (I swear out loud when I push the wrong button)

3) I originally thought the lighting was a gimmick, but I'm using it now to signify whether or not Gsync is working. Red means yes. White means no. I've come to love seeing the red light on. It further illuminates my already illuminated keyboard. I just like the look of it.

4) Placement of the USB hub on the back of the monitor, where it can't be seen, or easily reached, is astonishingly my only real complaint with this monitor.

All in all, this monitor, even after two weeks, still blows me away every time I run a game. My Watch Dogs performance, in particular, is just astonishing.

Unless Acer informs us that these monitors are defective, and will break in the long run, there is no way in hell I'm returning mine. No way. In a world where there's so much poverty, and so much suffering, how privileged and spoiled I am to own something like this, and to get so much joy out of gaming. I consider myself to be one of the luckiest people on the planet.
post #234 of 3062
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Keeping.
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post #235 of 3062
Sorry for being honest, but that is the worst pc stand/table i have ever seen. and the way you have it standing, it is tilted too (if that is a carpet on the carpet).
post #236 of 3062
Cobra:

I'm legitimately concerned for your vision if you sit that close to your monitor bro.
post #237 of 3062
I like FunFordCobra's setup. It's free of clutter. The nvidia cards on the wall are cool too, as is the R2 mug. Not too bad.
post #238 of 3062
Thread Starter 
I play at arms length. The table tilts because the PC tower alone weighs about 95 lbs.
post #239 of 3062



I have no issues what so ever
And almost no BLB
Edited by Pathway - 11/8/15 at 2:05am
post #240 of 3062
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I have no issues what so ever
And almost no BLB

From my understanding you have BLB but maybe thats ok for you. I have this monitor and i believe it's similar to what i have, i will take some pictures later today, but on the dark scenes i will definitely notice the BLB on the corners.
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