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post #7051 of 7350
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@Powergate, do you find this one better? tongue.gif

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Not sure yet, but I don't think you can get perfection with those screens.

Like i said:
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All three units were "problematic" in terms of uniformity, they had some noticeable shift (e.g. left side were slightly more reddish).

Check if your second/fourth display shows this "alien hatch".
post #7052 of 7350
Nope, I can't see the "hatch" in the other one.
post #7053 of 7350
My evaluation: the "hatch" on unit three is a defect, uniformity on both is within tolerance limits.
Pick your poison tongue.gif
post #7054 of 7350
Well, here's my poison then: I just ordered a 5th one biggrin.gif I guess some people never learn... oh well.

And 3rd/4th are going back. Screw defective JUNK.

I'm pretty sure that my patience is at the very end. If the 5th one sucks as well, I'm DONE with this monitor. Only the 3rd one COULD be considered acceptable but at the same time this "hatch" is sadly (IMHO) "growing" and I don't want to see the monitor pop at some point because of some manufacturing flaw.
post #7055 of 7350
How are you guys going through 5 monitors? I would never do that on Amazon for fear of having my account closed. Are you buying through different sites each time? I nailed my first one but went through two Eizo FG2421 back in the day.
post #7056 of 7350
yes, I'm buying it from different vendors every time.

That's why I'm at the limit: this is literally the last shop I can buy it in, for the time being. MAYBE I could get a 6th one but that's pushing it already.

I'd keep the 3rd one if it wasn't for that weird oval thing. Mostly because 90% of the screen is as uniform as it gets.
post #7057 of 7350
Hey guys,

Ultrawide above 100hz doesn't exist at 3440x1440. So, here you go. If that's difficult to run then use 2560x1080 for 165hz. Take advantage of your monitor because IMO it's the best one on the market. For now the ultrawides have too many cons even worse QC than these panels.
post #7058 of 7350
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Originally Posted by Madhawk1995 View Post

Hey guys,

Ultrawide above 100hz doesn't exist at 3440x1440. So, here you go. If that's difficult to run then use 2560x1080 for 165hz. Take advantage of your monitor because IMO it's the best one on the market. For now the ultrawides have too many cons even worse QC than these panels.

+1 to that.

I am still confused as to why people what a perfect panel.....not gonna happen. IF you DO get one, then you are one out of a million. Again, 2560x1440p at 144 hz is a sweet spot for me. And since I'm not starring at a black screen....so i could careless about minimal bleed....its a great panel.

I tried going back to 60HZ just to see....yah not gonna happen.
post #7059 of 7350
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+1 to that.

I am still confused as to why people what a perfect panel.....not gonna happen. IF you DO get one, then you are one out of a million. Again, 2560x1440p at 144 hz is a sweet spot for me. And since I'm not starring at a black screen....so i could careless about minimal bleed....its a great panel.

I tried going back to 60HZ just to see....yah not gonna happen.

i don't mind BLB at all, but large spots that are yellow or blue rather than white (or even close to white) are highly distracting and annoying.

Like I said, I'm not picky. At all. I've NEVER complained about any white uniformity stuff at all. I owned multiple monitors and this is literally the 1st model to give me such annoyance. When I scroll somthing and stuff goes from yellowish to blueish, it disturbs me to no end. It should not be like that.

This is literally new to me. And I'm doing my "last attempt" here. Either next panel is perfect, or - after FIVE - I give up. I'll wait for Samsung CHG70, curved or not - I don't believe it will suck as much in uniformity. Hell no.

my 3rd monitor would be acceptable, but sadly, the whole "alien hatch" thing... I really think it got more pronounced so the best course is to get rid of the monitor before it actually becomes visible in daylight.

At this point I don't even care if CHG70 is FHD or 1440p - I just don't want to deal with that AUO garbage ever again.
Edited by Astreon - 4/21/17 at 5:57am
post #7060 of 7350
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Originally Posted by Astreon View Post

i don't mind BLB at all, but large spots that are yellow or blue rather than white (or even close to white) are highly distracting and annoying.

Like I said, I'm not picky. At all. I've NEVER complained about any white uniformity stuff at all. I owned multiple monitors and this is literally the 1st model to give me such annoyance. When I scroll somthing and stuff goes from yellowish to blueish, it disturbs me to no end. It should not be like that.

This is literally new to me. And I'm doing my "last attempt" here. Either next panel is perfect, or - after FIVE - I give up. I'll wait for Samsung CHG70, curved or not - I don't believe it will suck as much in uniformity. Hell no.

my 3rd monitor would be acceptable, but sadly, the whole "alien hatch" thing... I really think it got more pronounced so the best course is to get rid of the monitor before it actually becomes visible in daylight.

At this point I don't even care if CHG70 is FHD or 1440p - I just don't want to deal with that AUO garbage ever again.
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Originally Posted by tbuttery View Post

+1 to that.

I am still confused as to why people what a perfect panel.....not gonna happen. IF you DO get one, then you are one out of a million. Again, 2560x1440p at 144 hz is a sweet spot for me. And since I'm not starring at a black screen....so i could careless about minimal bleed....its a great panel.

I tried going back to 60HZ just to see....yah not gonna happen.

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Originally Posted by Astreon View Post

i don't mind BLB at all, but large spots that are yellow or blue rather than white (or even close to white) are highly distracting and annoying.

Like I said, I'm not picky. At all. I've NEVER complained about any white uniformity stuff at all. I owned multiple monitors and this is literally the 1st model to give me such annoyance. When I scroll somthing and stuff goes from yellowish to blueish, it disturbs me to no end. It should not be like that.

This is literally new to me. And I'm doing my "last attempt" here. Either next panel is perfect, or - after FIVE - I give up. I'll wait for Samsung CHG70, curved or not - I don't believe it will suck as much in uniformity. Hell no.

my 3rd monitor would be acceptable, but sadly, the whole "alien hatch" thing... I really think it got more pronounced so the best course is to get rid of the monitor before it actually becomes visible in daylight.

At this point I don't even care if CHG70 is FHD or 1440p - I just don't want to deal with that AUO garbage ever again.

I got both my panels from Costco because I believe they have higher quality control than average. There product is the xb271huc. When is my panel is no dead pixels on a bit more glow and brighter. My other panel has one stuck pixel that is stuck or dead but everything else is pretty good. I noticed the picture quality is not as great on your really close up.

But when I am far away and I walk into the room and look at the monitors. They look amazing. I was actually going to send in one of them to get a replacement for that dead pixel but honestly don't want to take the risk because they're really not that that. My Dell s2716dg may be better at night time because of the TN panel. Is anybody here is fan of anime the difference is ridiculous in color. It's like watching two different shows. Rainbow Six Siege I didn't really see big difference if anything I prefer the TN.

For most of the games I didn't mind and was happy with the TN. But I got these monitors for productivity as well and working so the Acer is better at everything besides gaming. Also two years down the road I'm not giving somebody TN panel as a gift. I can still give and IPS panel to somebody it doesn't know what the **** gaming is and can enjoy the high refresh rate for just desktop use. In the beginning I couldn't even tell a difference on high refresh rate monitors even made a difference in game. All I could tell was it was a much smoother experience just to use Windows.
Edited by Madhawk1995 - 4/21/17 at 6:20am
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