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The settings in this review may not be appropriate for your particular panel. Mileage will vary. The only way to correctly calibrate it is with calibration hardware/software.

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/acer_predator_x34.htm
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Well Good luck guys, I got a ROG swift and its pretty good.


Already got a swift also but the acer one also turned up because I forgot to cancel the order. So guess I'll go play with it and send it back to amazon next week. The swift is a nice monitor and I love the stand on it. So far haven't had any issues with it so I guess that's a win for me.
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Update, I have asked JJ for some confirmation on the matter, I will update when I get a message back from him smile.gif

I sure hope they get that monitor out. I should be ready and able to purchase one of these (Acer or Asus) in mid to late January. I am concerned on the scan line issue for the Acer. Not sure how prevalent the issue is here as even though there are a lot of people on the forum talking about them is it a representative sample of all the monitors shipped out.

Edit:

I did find this post on the ROG forum which states something about manufacturing defects on early production models. Not sure how accurate or trustworthy the post is.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?80587-PG348Q-34-inch-curved-g-sync-release-date
Edited by Techenthused73 - 12/14/15 at 2:57pm
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I sure hope they get that monitor out. I should be ready and able to purchase one of these (Acer or Asus) in mid to late January. I am concerned on the scan line issue for the Acer. Not sure how prevalent the issue is here as even though there are a lot of people on the forum talking about them is it a representative sample of all the monitors shipped out.

Edit:

I did find this post on the ROG forum which states something about manufacturing defects on early production models. Not sure how accurate or trustworthy the post is.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?80587-PG348Q-34-inch-curved-g-sync-release-date

Update, JJ's Mother is currently in hospital, so I do not expect an update this week.

I have not heard about this or found a source for the information. However if it has happened. This means they have found these problems that the ACER Predator X34 has and are currently fixing them. So if it gets delayed and release has no problems or one small problem, then that is better than releasing it now. Not like ACER who releases monitors with so many problems.
Edited by Metros - 12/14/15 at 3:13pm
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Just got one from amazon, no dead pixels I can see and BLB is excellent but it flickers at 100hz on my Titan X. 95hz works fine.. wonder if I should roll the dice again..
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Just got one from amazon, no dead pixels I can see and BLB is excellent but it flickers at 100hz on my Titan X. 95hz works fine.. wonder if I should roll the dice again..
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Just got one from amazon, no dead pixels I can see and BLB is excellent but it flickers at 100hz on my Titan X. 95hz works fine.. wonder if I should roll the dice again..
You're not the first one to say 95hz works well and 100hz has problems. I guess it is technically 'overclocking' so maybe it's not guaranteed...I don't know how it works
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Just got one from amazon, no dead pixels I can see and BLB is excellent but it flickers at 100hz on my Titan X. 95hz works fine.. wonder if I should roll the dice again..

When a place like Amazon or Newegg covers return shipping, I don't see the reason why you wouldn't try another. Of course after two or three, it becomes a waste of time, but you do have until Jan 31st to decide or wait and see how the asus plays out.
Edited by Smokey the Bear - 12/15/15 at 11:42am
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I sure hope they get that monitor out. I should be ready and able to purchase one of these (Acer or Asus) in mid to late January. I am concerned on the scan line issue for the Acer. Not sure how prevalent the issue is here as even though there are a lot of people on the forum talking about them is it a representative sample of all the monitors shipped out.

Edit:

I did find this post on the ROG forum which states something about manufacturing defects on early production models. Not sure how accurate or trustworthy the post is.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?80587-PG348Q-34-inch-curved-g-sync-release-date

Just read it again, he is talking about curved monitors in general, not the ASUS PG348Q
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Just read it again, he is talking about curved monitors in general, not the ASUS PG348Q

That's interesting but he does make the statement that ASUS is not a ODM but the panel supplier for ASUS has had a history of delays and early manufacturing defects.



Sorry to everyone for derailing just the x34 thread for a moment. ph34r-smiley.gif
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That's interesting but he does make the statement that ASUS is not a ODM but the panel supplier for ASUS has had a history of delays and early manufacturing defects.



Sorry to everyone for derailing just the x34 thread for a moment. ph34r-smiley.gif

 

The panels for that monitor are coming from LG so their usual panel supplier doesn't matter at all in this case.

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