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

 
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post #91 of 465
Well, Yes! The ratio price quality is clearly a 5/5. It has some small cons bu overall, I am very satisfied. I use it with the display port and with Geforce GTX 770. I can Play Haearthstone and Dota 2 without any issue. 60 fps is enough for me.

Would love 120hz though tongue.gif
post #92 of 465
I recently picked this monitor up on the ebay sale. Great text quality but very poor uniformity - see pictures. Does anyone else have this problem? 20160318_102502.jpg 4766k .jpg file
post #93 of 465
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I recently picked this monitor up on the ebay sale. Great text quality but very poor uniformity - see pictures. Does anyone else have this problem? 20160318_102502.jpg 4766k .jpg file

Mine doesn't have that and I would recommend contacting dreamseller about it and see what can be done. DS's customer service is more like Amazon quality than the usual eBay seller.
     
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post #94 of 465
Thanks for the reply. Seller is trying to stall saying this is normal for a VA panel. My reply was, no this is an IPS panel and it is not normal. We will see were it goes. I requested an exchange.
post #95 of 465
Mine is on the way and due to arrive Thursday.

Is there any color settings etc that should be used to get optimal PQ out of this?
post #96 of 465
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Thanks for the reply. Seller is trying to stall saying this is normal for a VA panel. My reply was, no this is an IPS panel and it is not normal. We will see were it goes. I requested an exchange.

We know its an AU Optronics IPS-type panel, they for some stupid reason called their IPS tech "AHVA" Advanced Hyper Viewing Angle.

Which makes uninformed people go "oh VA PANEL!" but its not.

Should've went with CPS "Clear Plane Switching" or something
     
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post #97 of 465
That dark banding is a little more than what it should be....

so I guess so far no one complaining too much about the input lag?
post #98 of 465
That dark banding is a little more than what it should be....

so I guess so far no one complaining too much about the input lag?
post #99 of 465
That dark banding is a little more than what it should be....

so I guess so far no one complaining too much about the input lag?
post #100 of 465
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That dark banding is a little more than what it should be....

so I guess so far no one complaining too much about the input lag?

No input lag issues on my end. Also, triple post by you lol.

Now, we have to remember that these panels are not the A+ grade that you see in monitors 2x-3x the price. At best we get A or A- grade, which means while my 324k doesn't have this dark band issue, others may have and is considered acceptable under A- grade. So I got lucky and got A grade, I guess.
     
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