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Here are the approx measurement
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sure thing!

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Quick update
I was complaining about a yellowish tint to all my colors the other day, and it still seems to have it a bit. But I think this seems to be the best I can get it to.
I think the whitest white I can get with it is with the "cool" setting but I think it looks decent to how it looked when i first got it.
Left is my old monitor(pretty ****ty) Right is the acer

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So I spoke to soon, the lower right of my monitor does have BLB (of course). So I am not sure if I should keep it, or try yet again for my 5th time. Everything else is great, no dead pixel or uniformity issue.

Any thoughts?

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So I spoke to soon, the lower right of my monitor does have BLB (of course). So I am not sure if I should keep it, or try yet again for my 5th time. Everything else is great, no dead pixel or uniformity issue.

Any thoughts?


that looks very minimal, i wouldn't if i were you.
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Originally Posted by mo0sic View Post

So I spoke to soon, the lower right of my monitor does have BLB (of course). So I am not sure if I should keep it, or try yet again for my 5th time. Everything else is great, no dead pixel or uniformity issue.

Any thoughts?


If you are not happy with this then you will not be happy with any new panels coming out.
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If you are not happy with this then you will not be happy with any new panels coming out.

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that looks very minimal, i wouldn't if i were you.

Haha noted, thanks guys. It's more of a peace of mind kind of thing, I personally think it's great. Thanks for the confirmations.
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Looks like the picture is still a bit over-exposed(at least to me) so hard to tell how noticeable it really is, but If you cant notice it in normal use(or if you can, if it doesnt bother you), I'd say its a keeper.
Edited by RedM00N - 12/10/15 at 6:37pm
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A few thoughts:
Does this happen with only the xb271 plugged in?
Same effect at 120hz?
Does setting the overdrive to 'off' help? (Fast monitors exaggerate 24fps panning judder, slow monitors hide it with blur)
Thank you!!! Turning off overdrive (OD) does the trick! Now, the jumping is nearly non-existent (or very very minor) compares to my Korean monitor. It's funny watching a video and changing the OD settings (live) just to see the jump going from none (off) to jumpy (Normal) to SUPER jumpy (Extreme).

What exactly does overdrive do? I have it off with 144 Hz and everything seems the same except for that jumpiness in video.

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Maybe try this test to check if you have frame skipping http://www.testufo.com/#test=frameskipping
I fix the jump problem by turning off overdrive. However, should I be worry if I get imperfect sync in FF? (see pic below)

Only XB271HU was connected and at 144 Hz.
IE: http://imgur.com/7yrycPJ
FF: http://imgur.com/XtpE1EH
Edited by Teiji - 12/10/15 at 7:06pm
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In stock at Amazon!! 10 left!! Gogogo

http://www.amazon.com/Acer-Predator-XB271HU-27-inch-Widescreen/dp/B0173PEX20/ref=sr_1_5?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1448043762&sr=1-5&keywords=XB271HU
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