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Hello, i just receive my Acer XB271HU also. Can someone post some calibration settings, i tryed those old calibrations from
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Originally Posted by zhoudaniell View Post

Anyone have any color calibration tips? I just got this monitor and I'm trying to play around with it. I don't mind the two settings I've tried, but when it's "warm", it feels a bit too yellowish compared to my two 24 in dell monitors next to it. I tried adjusting it to "cool", and it's definitely better, but seems super blueish white.

Again, don't really mind this too much, it looks good still, juts wondering if there are any calibrations that people have used that will get me as true of a white as possible.

Additionally, if you have a favorite color profile, please share!


This is my Acer XB271HU Monitor, you can try my settings, for me is more than okay.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsLA40pk5Ew&t=388s
post #6612 of 7811
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Originally Posted by hammelgammler View Post

I run it at 165Hz G-Sync but cap my games to 150 FPS, as with 160 cap my Input Lag was so bad compared to 150. (Overwatch)

Same with 144Hz, 140 FPS cap had so much more lag then 130 FPS. So therefore 165Hz is great for me.

Overwatch is like butter now with the new "Reduce Buffering" option.

How are you verifying this? The input lag between 150-165 fps cannot be that big of a difference or even noticeable?

Why I ask is cause i play overwatch too and I thought the best option would be 165fps/165hz.
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How are you verifying this? The input lag between 150-165 fps cannot be that big of a difference or even noticeable?

Why I ask is cause i play overwatch too and I thought the best option would be 165fps/165hz.

If you are a super human, then the best option should be 165 Hz and uncapped frame rate with no syncing technology, or maybe 120 Hz with ULMB for the added clarity (which is what I prefer in all games if I can get a high enough frame rate).
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If you are a super human, then the best option should be 165 Hz and uncapped frame rate with no syncing technology, or maybe 120 Hz with ULMB for the added clarity (which is what I prefer in all games if I can get a high enough frame rate).

I need my g sync and capped fps as I cannot stand tearing and other issues.

Ideally the best option seems to be 165 fps at 165 hz but I wanna know why he claims 150 fps is better for 165 hz.
post #6615 of 7811
Was wondering if we could take a survey on how many are getting flickering with this panel?
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Just got my XB271HU and did a bleed test. Looks fine to me but would like some opinions. Also have two purple spots on the screen, I believe there dead pixels is my only option an RMA? Thanks for all the help.


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Just got my XB271HU and did a bleed test. Looks fine to me but would like some opinions. Also have two purple spots on the screen, I believe there dead pixels is my only option an RMA? Thanks for all the help.



Seems pretty bad to me considering how big the spots are. There is no way to fix dead pixels. Best you RMA it.
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Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post

Was wondering if we could take a survey on how many are getting flickering with this panel?

This is my 2nd panel since I RMA-ed the first one due to a faulty button. Neither have had any flickering. Both were also oced to 165hz.

However the first did have the g sync issue as it was on the older firmware.
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Originally Posted by Aztec Boi View Post

Just got my XB271HU and did a bleed test. Looks fine to me but would like some opinions. Also have two purple spots on the screen, I believe there dead pixels is my only option an RMA? Thanks for all the help.



The bleed is whatever but those purple things? ***!?

You need to step at least 10 feet back to accurately gauge blb. You can see in the close up of the purple things that every corner of the pic, not monitor, is bright.
post #6620 of 7811
Hey everybody.

I've been reading this thread for quite a while now.

I currently have two of these monitors standing here. One of them has terrible BLB and green tint (November 2016 model) so this one is already out of the question.

The other one (September 2016 model) has very slight BLB at the bottom middle (around the screw on the back) and slight BLB on the bottom right and up right corners. I'd like to have none at all but it's not bothering me at all at this point.
Now the biggest problem I have with this monitor is the uniformity which right now is the deciding factor if I should return it (and re-buy another one) or wait for new upcoming monitor tech.

So my question is if this is "acceptable" or if I can expect to get better uniformity with the next one if there even is any room for improvement. Both monitors have the recent firmware update, so there is no middle line issue, which certainly is a plus.

It's quite pronounced in the picture, it's not that extreme in person (and not that redish) but bothers me especially while reading forums or something like reddit.

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