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post #1961 of 4657
Does anyone have a list of games which don't use icc calibration? All I know so far are source engine games. Anyways, it's not really an issue now that gsync works in b/l windowed.
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Oh, thank you so much !
post #1963 of 4657
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Originally Posted by SVN7H View Post

sorry for my really bad english :x
- Only when I check forums, Tweetdeck, etc, when i'm smooth scrolling the page, I have some "text afterglow", that's not really annoying but enough so that we can notice. Can that be fixed ?
really, i'm so sorry for my really bad english, i'm french

Do you use Firefox when scolling a webpage?. If so, disable the smooth scrolling option! You'll find it here:
Settings - advanced - general - browsing. It helps!
post #1964 of 4657
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Do you use Firefox when scolling a webpage?. If so, disable the smooth scrolling option! You'll find it here:
Settings - advanced - general - browsing. It helps!

Yeah, it's exactly that, the problem IS smooth scrolling, but i really like it :/
post #1965 of 4657
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That only seems to work until a game changes the profile and Windows does not seem to notice it happening and correct it. You would have to reload after each such change. Color Profile Keeper and Color Sustainer seem to be much better at seeing a change and fighting them off(but some games still win.).

i will quote someone to help on this wink.gif
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Originally Posted by yellows View Post

Newest DisplayCAL has a tray program called 'Calibration Loader' that will keep applying calibration after it gets changed for whatever reason. This is a common problem smile.gif
post #1966 of 4657
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Yeah, it's exactly that, the problem IS smooth scrolling, but i really like it :/

That's the only solution I'm afraid to disable smooth scrolling. I noticed it did weird stuff whilst browsing.
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That's the only solution I'm afraid to disable smooth scrolling. I noticed it did weird stuff whilst browsing.

Have you seen this video? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zmd-FcH6Zzg
Can you test it? I have my monitor RMA'd for BackLightBleeding
post #1968 of 4657
Isn't the default contrast at 75? You shouldn't ever touch the default contrast unless you really have to when calibrating a monitor. Even tft left it at 75. An issue that only happens when you drop the contrast to a level thats counterproductive isn't really much of an issue at all....

I recall though that the PG278Q had a contrast of 50 and dropping it down to like 45 helped immensely by reducing pixel inversion trailing. This Dell is better left at the default contrast.
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post #1969 of 4657
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Have you seen this video? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zmd-FcH6Zzg
Can you test it? I have my monitor RMA'd for BackLightBleeding

I get no lines appearing at any contrast level.

Also seems some people are continuing to get this monitor from the continuous Amazon misprices. £99 and had it delivered too

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-s-series-s2716dg-tn-27-black-2k-ultra-hd-matt-pc-flat-panels-led-tn-2560-x-2391291
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Also seems some people are continuing to get this monitor from the continuous Amazon misprices. £99 and had it delivered too

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-s-series-s2716dg-tn-27-black-2k-ultra-hd-matt-pc-flat-panels-led-tn-2560-x-2391291

Sure did. biggrin.gif
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