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Poll Results: What are the chances of one Buying this after reading the thread?

 
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post #11 of 458
Well good news for me, I find semi-gloss a bit annoying compared to matte. biggrin.gif Think AMH has a 32 inch 4K that is semi-gloss, so I had to ask...

Is the monitor stand fully tiltable?
post #12 of 458
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Originally Posted by Rahkeesh View Post

Well good news for me, I find semi-gloss a bit annoying compared to matte. biggrin.gif Think AMH has a 32 inch 4K that is semi-gloss, so I had to ask...

Is the monitor stand fully tiltable?

There's a fair amount of tilt up/down available... A little stiff.


The OSD menu has a fair amount of adjustments (colors/brightness, etc) compared to HP 3065

The quality of construction is somewhat flimsy. There is some slight flexing to the lower bezel when you try to tilt. Not as well put together as HP 3065

hopefully the few tv that can truly work as monitors can go down to less than 500$ soon as well as more models avail...I don't mind getting an additional 40 in with smart tv....

I am glad to have found this monitor at a reasonable price... DSCN2706.JPG 714k .JPG file DSCN2707.JPG 738k .JPG file
post #13 of 458
OK, so in case someone confirm that this monitor has input lag around 20ms, I will take it as allaround monitor for coding, reading, games and films.
post #14 of 458
can't say exactl what the lag is unless you can tell me how to measure it. But it's not any worse than my hp 3065
post #15 of 458
Can you try overclocking it and running a frame skip test here: http://www.testufo.com/#test=frameskipping

Given that it has HDMI and DP inputs, I'm not hopeful, but something higher than 60hz would be awesome. smile.gif

How are the colors? Look like any other IPS display? Not washed out like a TN panel? How about black levels?

Sorry for all the questions...really debating this vs the Crossover 2795 QHD, which is only 27", 1440p, but also overclocks like a champ.
    
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post #16 of 458
Might as well try OC but its very unlikely you will get anything out of 4K. Certainly nothing remotely in the range of 1440p.
post #17 of 458
I am away til sat. will test out that sync thing. will try to create custom res and refresh rate but it doesn't look too hopeful with OC...

Panel color is not washed out.
post #18 of 458
The easiest way to compare input lag - connect two monitors to same source in dublicate mode, run THIS and take photo of two monitors... and compare time on counter.
Better way to compare lag with CRT monitors because they have 0 input lag.

I do not want to seem annoying. So... just in case you possible to do this)
Edited by TennojiM - 12/14/15 at 5:01am
post #19 of 458
so you just connect the two monitors in duplicate and start the timer? what exposure time for camera? faster than 1/1000? I still do have a 21 inch crt and its heavy as heck to bring back out but we ll see. I can compare to the hp 3065...
post #20 of 458
Yep)
connect two monitors to one source;
setup them in repeat mode (two monitors shows same image);
open link;
start timer;
take photo with fast shutter.
And by the photo we can get how one monitor lags behind other.
Better to compare with crt, but 3065 also - ok, because input lag of 3065 ~20ms
Better to take this photo when you get 960, because of scaler and lag that depend of refresh rate.
And sorry again for bothering you with all that staff.
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