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post #41 of 3075
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Originally Posted by Scoobydooby11 View Post

In game.

I will load up a save and be in a tavern. Just standing there no movement at all. Framerate at 60-70fps.

Tick tick tick tick.. per second, the framerate just ticks down, 59, 58, 57, 56.. all the way down to 35-40. Close to menu. Reopen, same spot - back at 60-70. Then ticks down again. Its super weird.

Some cards lower the clock when suffer from high temps. It's a security feature. Can you check your cards Mhz when the FPS goes down? Are the Mhz going down too? Are temps high when the fps drops begins? Or try to disable hairworks from options, in some cases shows weird beheaviours...
Edited by Kanashii - 10/30/15 at 2:07pm
post #42 of 3075
Forgive me but I just learned this monitor is out. I noticed it says you can OC to 100hz? Is it guaranteed or is it like the Korean displays? Coil whine from the monitor? How does that happen?
post #43 of 3075
Like any overclock there is never any gaurantee really.. However, these monitors are marketed with the intention that you can OC them to 100. Some users have said they can only hit 95hz, but I believe the majority of users will be able to OC to 100 easily. I was able to.

Coil while tends to be heard (again, from what others have said) when the display shows a mostly or completely white image. I tested this as well with mine.. created a 3440x1440 image in photoshop that was just a white background, maximized it and listened. In my case I heard nothing, from the front, back, sitting close or far..

but again, depends on the monitor, same as the GPU when it comes to OC and Coil Whine.
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post #44 of 3075

We also have to find out if those reaching only 95 Hz are actually using a proper video card that supports it. GK104 cards only go up to 95 Hz no matter what for example.

post #45 of 3075
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Originally Posted by FinalForm7 View Post

Forgive me but I just learned this monitor is out. I noticed it says you can OC to 100hz? Is it guaranteed or is it like the Korean displays? Coil whine from the monitor? How does that happen?

Only with G-Sync, and some people had troubles to reach the 100Hz and stall on 95Hz. But 95Hz are for sure.
post #46 of 3075
For the first 9 ordered from ShopBLT, it looks like our orders may be shipping soon! The total backordered went from 18 to 9 and the number of incoming is now zero.
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post #47 of 3075
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Only with G-Sync, and some people had troubles to reach the 100Hz and stall on 95Hz. But 95Hz are for sure.

 

That's not completely true after the last "facts". We have learned that some video cards are limited to 95 Hz instead of the panel not reaching 100 Hz. All Kepler cards from 760 and below are locked to 95 Hz, basically cards using GK104 or lower. GK100 cards can reach 100 Hz just fine instead.

 

We should double-check with those reporting only 95 Hz and see what cards they were using.

post #48 of 3075
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Originally Posted by -terabyte- View Post

That's not completely true after the last "facts". We have learned that some video cards are limited to 95 Hz instead of the panel not reaching 100 Hz. All Kepler cards from 760 and below are locked to 95 Hz, basically cards using GK104 or lower. GK100 cards can reach 100 Hz just fine instead.

We should double-check with those reporting only 95 Hz and see what cards they were using.
I didn't know the cause you pointed perfectly but that not make my statement false. Anyway, thanks for clarify, VGA limit then not monitor.
post #49 of 3075
Per suggestion in the other thread I am posting this in the Owner's Club thread as well.

So I'm trying to figure out an issue I'm noticing in a couple games...

Let me know what you think...

The first shot is a picture from my phone taken of DayZ running in real time, notice the horizontal lines.



The second shot is a picture from my phone taken of the screenshot of that exact frame - I tried to line things up to match as close as possible.



Sorry the first shot isn't as in focus as the 2nd, but it gets the point across. So far I've only noticed this in DayZ and Fishing Planet. Going to play around to see if it is a refresh rate issue or maybe G-Sync related. But why would I see it in those games but not others?

Full size pictures:
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Edit: Looks like this isn't new, https://www.reddit.com/r/ultrawidemasterrace/comments/3q49xb/my_experience_with_the_x34/ & http://community.acer.com/t5/Predator-Discussions/Predator-X34-OC-amp-GSYNC-Scanline-problem/td-p/393009 - will have to keep reading up on it...

Edit 2: LOL right in this thread already, of course. http://www.overclock.net/t/1537403/tftcentral-acer-predator-xr341ck-34-curved-gaming-screen-with-g-sync/4750#post_24551122

Now that I know more about the problem I can see it in other games, just saw it in TF2. Much harder to notice but it is there.
post #50 of 3075
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Originally Posted by drfish View Post

Per suggestion in the other thread I am posting this in the Owner's Club thread as well.

So I'm trying to figure out an issue I'm noticing in a couple games...

Let me know what you think...

The first shot is a picture from my phone taken of DayZ running in real time, notice the horizontal lines.



The second shot is a picture from my phone taken of the screenshot of that exact frame - I tried to line things up to match as close as possible.



Sorry the first shot isn't as in focus as the 2nd, but it gets the point across. So far I've only noticed this in DayZ and Fishing Planet. Going to play around to see if it is a refresh rate issue or maybe G-Sync related. But why would I see it in those games but not others?

Full size pictures:
#1
WP_20151031_001.jpg 1760k .jpg file
#2
WP_20151031_003.jpg 2215k .jpg file

Edit: Looks like this isn't new, https://www.reddit.com/r/ultrawidemasterrace/comments/3q49xb/my_experience_with_the_x34/ & http://community.acer.com/t5/Predator-Discussions/Predator-X34-OC-amp-GSYNC-Scanline-problem/td-p/393009 - will have to keep reading up on it...

Edit 2: LOL right in this thread already, of course. http://www.overclock.net/t/1537403/tftcentral-acer-predator-xr341ck-34-curved-gaming-screen-with-g-sync/4750#post_24551122

Now that I know more about the problem I can see it in other games, just saw it in TF2. Much harder to notice but it is there.

see if turning off OD removes the lines in real-time. (Ps: replied on the other thread as well.)
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