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post #4821 of 5301
Enterprise24,

The monitor ACER XB271HUA owner (the same panel as in S2716dg) is here. Thank you for writing about Reshade Deband. This works very well. Diablo 3 looked very good. It's a pity you can not apply this to the browser to watch video on YouTube. If Nvidia would add this feature to the NVSP, it would be ideal. Maybe we need all write about this in technical support for Nvidia? But at me it is bad with English.
post #4822 of 5301
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Originally Posted by ShadyBrady View Post

I've had the S2716DG for a few weeks now and absolutely love it. I had a question on another thread about this display. Perhaps somebody here may know what I'm talking about. Whenever there's movement on the screen, mostly horizontal movement, I get this strange phenomenon that looks like pixel outlines. Almost like the monitor turns into a screen door. As soon as the movement stops on screen and the image settles, it completely goes away and looks fantastic. I'm running display port cable, 144hz, response time normal, and have basically changed all of these settings and combinations. Meaning , refresh rate, response time, or gsync enabled or disabled doesn't seem to affect this. The problem persists regardless. Is anybody familiar with this? And is there any way to get around it?

Is this what people mean by "color banding" on this monitor?

That topic is all over this thread on OC.net and also on reddit.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/5mjw9h/dell_s2417dgcolor_banding_in_games/
post #4823 of 5301
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Originally Posted by MechDragon View Post

Enterprise24,

The monitor ACER XB271HUA owner (the same panel as in S2716dg) is here. Thank you for writing about Reshade Deband. This works very well. Diablo 3 looked very good. It's a pity you can not apply this to the browser to watch video on YouTube. If Nvidia would add this feature to the NVSP, it would be ideal. Maybe we need all write about this in technical support for Nvidia? But at me it is bad with English.

Hmm don't think that AHVA (IPS) will have this issue.

Anyway I think Nvidia imply that they NEED more feedback about dithering so the driver team can implement this. More feedback = More chance.
post #4824 of 5301
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Originally Posted by Enterprise24 View Post

Hmm don't think that AHVA (IPS) will have this issue.

Anyway I think Nvidia imply that they NEED more feedback about dithering so the driver team can implement this. More feedback = More chance.
ACER XB271HUA is TN monitor.

I also used chat with tech support. It was terrible with my English. I hope this helps.
Edited by MechDragon - 9/21/17 at 5:35am
post #4825 of 5301
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Originally Posted by MechDragon View Post

ACER XB271HUA is TN monitor.

I also used chat with tech support. It was terrible with my English. I hope this helps.

Ahh. I think it is XB271HU tongue.gif
post #4826 of 5301
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Originally Posted by Enterprise24 View Post

Ahh. I think it is XB271HU tongue.gif
Also try Daum PotPlayer. This is a video player. In it there is a setting for removing bands. Also in this video player you can broadcast video from Youtube. On all popular browsers there are extensions that are added under the video button for broadcasting video to the this video player. Wash a very good solution to get rid of Color Banding on Youtube.
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ICC Profile by me.
DellS2716DG_Felipe.zip 14k .zip file
Good, a little dark maybe.

What are your display settings ?
Edited by bloby - 9/21/17 at 10:45am
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post #4828 of 5301
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Is this what people mean by "color banding" on this monitor?

That topic is all over this thread on OC.net and also on reddit.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/5mjw9h/dell_s2417dgcolor_banding_in_games/

No , absolutely not. Color banding is the hard transition from dark to light. This monitor has some color banding if you go ahead and start messing with the gamma settings (which is kind of mandatory considering how washed out the display looks on arrival). I'm not that concerned about the color banding. The phenomenon I'm talking about is black outlines of the pixels while there's movement on the screen. This display has somewhere around 109 pixels per inch. Trust me when I tell you , you have to be inches away from this display before you can see any pixels. However, I can be several feet away from the display and see the individual pixels while there's movement on the screen. This is because there's some weird mesh like phenomenon that takes place. Please , i hope nobody thinks I'm talking about color banding.
post #4829 of 5301
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Originally Posted by ShadyBrady View Post

No , absolutely not. Color banding is the hard transition from dark to light. This monitor has some color banding if you go ahead and start messing with the gamma settings (which is kind of mandatory considering how washed out the display looks on arrival). I'm not that concerned about the color banding. The phenomenon I'm talking about is black outlines of the pixels while there's movement on the screen. This display has somewhere around 109 pixels per inch. Trust me when I tell you , you have to be inches away from this display before you can see any pixels. However, I can be several feet away from the display and see the individual pixels while there's movement on the screen. This is because there's some weird mesh like phenomenon that takes place. Please , i hope nobody thinks I'm talking about color banding.

Have you called Dell?
post #4830 of 5301
Hello masterotaku, I have seen many threads regarding the ULMB option of the Dell s2716dg, and i am perplexed on this issue because I was able to turn on the ULMB option without the need to do custom resolutions or the other things you suggested in your post.

I am currently using the latest monitor drivers. The dell support page says in order to activate ULMB, your refresh rates need to be within 85-120Hz. Once you set your Hz in this range, you can take advantage of ULMB, no need for the weird tricks. (Not sure if you, or anyone else knew about this, but if you did then sorry for this post haha). Anyways, i hope other people who have this monitor find this helpful as I did smile.gif
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