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post #1821 of 3577
Got mine about a month ago.

I don't really notice any problems at 100hz as far as i can tell.
Back light bleed in the corners does annoy me when watching darker movies or games, wasn't expecting só much bleed in a 1.2k monitor.
Screen reflection is also a bit worst than i expected for a matte screen, when dark things are on screen i can clearly see my white desk reflected on screen.

Here are some pics.
I tried matching the expose to be as accurate as possible to what the real bleed looks like IRL.

BLB

BLB

Screen Reflection, this one actually looks worst IRL.


Is this the normal expected BLB ?

Another question, as you guys can see by my pics i don't use the stand as it places my monitor too upfront on my desk. Can i use the power connector on the back of the monitor to power a LED strip? (The one that powers the stands original led)
Where can i find the information about what voltage and such it uses?
Edited by d1One - 6/5/16 at 1:23pm
post #1822 of 3577
Thats why I went for a black desk I was very close on getting a shiny white desk but then I thought of the reflection and said hell no
post #1823 of 3577
So I got my RMA completed and a new monitor revieved. Loving it so far, but could anyone give me any hints on how to calibrate ot properly in terms of brightness, colour etc etc.
post #1824 of 3577
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-Bleed is very minimal, pic above is over exposed. Unnoticeable in normal use
-No scan lines
-100hz no issues
-No coil whine
-Coming from an Asus PG279Q I defiantly notice a difference between 165hz and 100hz. The 27" Asus feels WAY faster.


Must of got lucky here, near perfect panel. Oddly enough the monitor or the stand is uneven as the monitor isn't level, tilts to the left and no way to fix it or adjust it outside of a VESA mount :\
post #1825 of 3577
How did you get CSGO to show you everything on your screen? When I play in 21:9 it cuts off the top and bottom
post #1826 of 3577
Hi, to the monitor Asus ROG pg348q with the included g-sync, with the latest drivers tears picture at the top, with a later driver version 364.51 (namely before the driver is implemented in vr) all good! Say this is a problem with your monitor, graphics card, or driver? my graphics card asus 780gtx, win 10 x64. Thank you!

here is a man with exactly the same problem as mine https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxSwsfXZCoE

Screen Tearing With 364.72 And Later Drivers
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800x600_bad.jpg
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3440x1440_bad.jpg

and here a version 364.51 drivers, as you can see everything is in order
3440x1440_good2.jpg
post #1827 of 3577
I still have here is a glow, tell it okay?
brightness 45
konratst 50

auto iso
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iso 100 lights off
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iso 100 included light
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Edited by Kazak119 - 6/6/16 at 4:38pm
post #1828 of 3577
So, I'm really thinking about pulling the trigger on this monitor, and was really all set until I saw the comments on the scan-line issues.

Is this really something that's noticeable or distracting, or is this really just people making a big deal because it's an expensive monitor?

I understand about the QA concerns.. but assuming I get a good/decent one.. am I going to be happy?
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post #1829 of 3577
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Originally Posted by Remij View Post

So, I'm really thinking about pulling the trigger on this monitor, and was really all set until I saw the comments on the scan-line issues.

Is this really something that's noticeable or distracting, or is this really just people making a big deal because it's an expensive monitor?

I understand about the QA concerns.. but assuming I get a good/decent one.. am I going to be happy?

Look at the owners list, none of the last owners there mention any scanline issues. That and BLB was also putting me off from ordering one but am I glad I went ahead and bought It anyway. it's pretty damn amazing and it really should be for that price.
Edited by MCFC - 6/6/16 at 11:27pm
post #1830 of 3577
I've only had mine 18 days, but I'm not seeing any scan lines here.
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