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can you test for PWM? easiest way is to keep turning the brightness down until you see flickering. the other method, which is better to use and test PWM for, is by using a camera.

you can see the instructions to capture PWM with a camera @ tft central under "Testing and Interpretation"
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/pulse_width_modulation.htm

and lastly is the last two digits of the panel model if you're in the mood to dismantle the housing, if possible. otherwise it's assumed this monitor uses the 07 PLS panels like every korean monitor on ebay using PLS.
    
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Hi Doco,
I wil try PWM as soon as I can. When you say turning brightness down, you mean through the OSD or through windows?
About the panel. as far as understood it should be the Samsung 08, according to what I read on the internet, but I wouldn't open it to check sorry smile.gif
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You want to turn the brightness down via the osd.
    
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can anybody tell me if QNIX QHD2730R Glossy or Matte?

I like only the Glossy PLS/IPS Panels But if QHD2730R is Matte then i dont have another choice but only to buy QX2710 [Glossy] monitor but it has only 1 Video Input

Any advice?
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This is the backlight bleed with brightness at 50 a602f7ea879807b0d8c1f51443f51157.jpg and I am sorry but I am not sure I understood how to check for pwm

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can anybody tell me if QNIX QHD2730R Glossy or Matte?

I like only the Glossy PLS/IPS Panels But if QHD2730R is Matte then i dont have another choice but only to buy QX2710 [Glossy] monitor but it has only 1 Video Input

Any advice?

Yes, it is matte.
post #77 of 82
So the bottom corners are ips glow. The top right is blb. You might be able to make it better by loosening the screws around that spot on the back of the monitor.
    
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you can check for pwm by holding your phone up looking at the monitor using your phone camera and see if you see any flickering. Also as you check turn the brightness down while looking at your phone.
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Hi guys, I put a display port and surprisingly it was giving same results as dvi, it was frame skipping at 96hz, then I decided to play with my camera settings and instead of taking pictures with ISO 200 which was an alternative according to the guide, I put the ev to -2. I have no idea what it means but I believe it is the exposure and here are the results . Not sure I quite understood the right method to check for frame skipping at this point, but with EV at -2 I get 106hz pic as follow:

EDIT: pics come out good but I see white lines going horizontally through the blacks of the monitor (ex header of overclock.net). not a good sign eheh smile.gif Tried to go back to 95hz on DP but those white lines still come. Which does not happen with a DVI cable, so I guess I will stick with it. EDIT2: over dvi with camera at at EV-2 I manage to get 100hz as well without white lines coming up, maybe someone can explain better the phenomenon.
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you can check for pwm by holding your phone up looking at the monitor using your phone camera and see if you see any flickering. Also as you check turn the brightness down while looking at your phone.
thanks
I do see flickering over DP and DVi as well. Would a video help?
Also I read somewhere than in order to play videogames on an overclocked monitor I should replace some files otherwise the system won't recognize the monitor as above 60hz, is this true?
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