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post #951 of 1177
well just leave like you said and then i won't have to be annoyed.
post #952 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Nicholars View Post

Why are people (probably kids) incapable of looking at things objectively? Surely anyone reading this thread would want to know the good and bad things about this monitor and the competiton? All you want to hear is "yehhhhh asus ROG best wooooo"

You do not have any experience with the monitor, all you keep saying is "contrast ratio is bad, contrast looks too high and the colours look washed out" so actually get the monitor before you talk about colours
post #953 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Nicholars View Post

Looks like you got a nice panel... the white uniformity looks good as well... can you post a picture of a black screen with the lights off? Also did you test for scanlines when the monitor as at 100hz Gsync, but set to 40-60fps in the pendulum demo? It seems odd how some people say they don't have any, but some do... maybe you are not doing the correct test? Also do you have any coil whine at all?

Lol, If someone says he has no Scanlines (the thing you do not want to hear, for some reason) he is doing something wrong in the test. But no, you are only saying your opinion rolleyes.gif

Maybe you are so interested in the Asus and after you saw the low stock you are talking about all that stuff over an over for not running out of it wink.gif
post #954 of 1177
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Originally Posted by SRPlus View Post

I have a second one on odder now. Hopefully it will be in around the same time Scan say they will get their stock in. on the 26th. smile.gif I hope theres enough luck left to get a second good one :-/
I am happy with the default settings. Contract is set to 50% and brightness 80%. So there's still lots to play with.
As I said on my first post after getting the monitor. I cannot see any scan lines in the Nvidia Pendulum demo. Tested it at 60, 50, 40-60, and supersampled, 100hz, 95hz, 85 hz, and 75hz.. Very clear clean image and very smooth. I cant take a photo without getting cross patterning, which is definitely not scanlines and completely normal when taking a photo of a CRT or LCD., but nothing can be seen with the human eye.

Looks like you got lucky... But its very odd how you are reporting NO scanlines at all, when other people are saying they are the same, or worse than the X34... Maybe scanlines are a lottery as well or you are not looking closely enough... Can you post a pic of a black screen in a dark room?
post #955 of 1177
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Originally Posted by JohnJDDoe View Post

Lol, If someone says he has no Scanlines (the thing you do not want to hear, for some reason) he is doing something wrong in the test. But no, you are only saying your opinion rolleyes.gif

Maybe you are so interested in the Asus and after you saw the low stock you are talking about all that stuff over an over for not running out of it wink.gif

Nope that is not why.... I am just puzzled why some people are saying they are worse than the X34 and he is saying he has none at all.
post #956 of 1177
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Originally Posted by blackforce View Post

hey man why don't you and this guy and the other one take it to pm or some where else? you guys just say the same dammn thing over and over, it just takes two or three of you clowns to ruin everything.

What don't you understand in my reports concerning PG348Q?

I'm trying to explain Metros what he clearly don't want to even take in consideration.
Where do you see someone here flaming Asus??

As both X34 and PG348Q owner, I just reported pros & cons and my conclusion is that they are almost equal.

Also, I can't stand condescending people (who are you to talk to me like that??) moreover when they don't know what they are talking about. You can't talk precisely about that monitor since you don't even ordered it... doh.gif
post #957 of 1177
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Originally Posted by blackforce View Post

well just leave like you said and then i won't have to be annoyed.

You are the one with the problem not me, I am free to look at this thread if I want... or post any information that people might find useful, I am not the one crying about it.
post #958 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Nicholars View Post

Looks like you got lucky... But its very odd how you are reporting NO scanlines at all, when other people are saying they are the same, or worse than the X34... Maybe scanlines are a lottery as well or you are not looking closely enough... Can you post a pic of a black screen in a dark room?

The scan lines most likely are there. It's just the user is in denial.
post #959 of 1177
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Originally Posted by atomicus View Post

This is just ridiculous and Asus worship at its worst. You WILL NOT SEE a 5Hz difference, but you WILL SEE scanlines!! How on earth can you say you'd accept scanlines over a 5Hz drop?? Of course, all these monitors should run at 100Hz as advertised, but I'd sure as hell take a 5Hz drop over scanlines any day!!

Besides, the PG348Q has only JUST been released. Some people HAVE reported scan lines... clearly this is inherent to the panel/tech, and it will continue to be an issue. PERHAPS Asus have been a bit more vigilant in the QC process, but it's FAR too early to know that yet.


LOL WUT?


Instructions for seeing scan lines: Turn on pendulum demo. Set to 100hz. Play demo at 40 to 60 fps. Put face 6 inches from monitor.

Instructions for seeing 95 hz on X34: press power button.
post #960 of 1177
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Originally Posted by Killathas View Post

LOL WUT?


Instructions for seeing scan lines: Turn on pendulum demo. Set to 100hz. Play demo at 40 to 60 fps. Put face 6 inches from monitor.

Instructions for seeing 95 hz on X34: press power button.
lol
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