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Originally Posted by crazy098 View Post

For the record, here's mine.

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Thanks for the post, im little obsessed with perfection i guess.
post #1892 of 3538
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Originally Posted by Krzych04650 View Post

For such a poor quality monitor like PG348Q it is above average. You probably won't get any better than this from this particular model. Still far from acceptable for someone with quality requirements, but if you don't have any and you necessarily have to pay heavy money for something like this then you should keep it because you won't get anything better from this model.

Yes, poor quality monitor with plenty of people happy with it. Sadly not every sample is perfect, but that's the case with plenty of panels.

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But i saw some better panels in reviews, i guess those panels were cherry picked. is there any good replacement for this monitor? What about x34?

Yours looks about normal, but once again without everyone comparing their panels with apple to apple camera settings and in the same lighting, some panels can appear worse or better then they actually are. By the sounds of it you are not happy as it is, so I would look at getting is swapped rather then keep and inadvertently loath the monitor. If you can see it during your typical daily use, gaming etc then may as well try.

Plenty of people with X34's do get similar issues, they are afterall the same panel design, but once again no one has the stats to compare the two in terms of them having issues, so really you could get a perfect X34 or a horrible one.

If your after perfection however in no back light bleed at all, then be prepared to be disappointed.
     
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Double post: Sorry
     
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post #1894 of 3538
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For the record, here's mine.

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Btw whats the brightness level?
post #1895 of 3538
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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

Yes, poor quality monitor with plenty of people happy with it. Sadly not every sample is perfect, but that's the case with plenty of panels.

Yours looks about normal, but once again without everyone comparing their panels with apple to apple camera settings and in the same lighting, some panels can appear worse or better then they actually are. By the sounds of it you are not happy as it is, so I would look at getting is swapped rather then keep and inadvertently loath the monitor. If you can see it during your typical daily use, gaming etc then may as well try.

Plenty of people with X34's do get similar issues, they are afterall the same panel design, but once again no one has the stats to compare the two in terms of them having issues, so really you could get a perfect X34 or a horrible one.

If your after perfection however in no back light bleed at all, then be prepared to be disappointed.
Well i can see it when playing 16:9 games, cause of black bars and sometimes in the movies. But i m afraid to get worse panel:)
post #1896 of 3538
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Btw whats the brightness level?

Brightness is 50
post #1897 of 3538
i need help ! i got another pg 348q and it flickers very badly on the desktop @100hz and action scenes could be bad cable or panel itself?
also can someone please upload the files inside the cd ?
Edited by ozzy1925 - 6/15/16 at 2:50pm
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i need help ! i got another pg 348q and it flickers very badly on the desktop @100hz and action scenes could be bad cable or panel itself?
also can someone please upload the files inside the cd ?

Does it flicker at lower refresh rates so 95hz, 90hz etc? Also try another cable to rule out the cable issue.

Files on the cd from what I recall was just nvidia drivers, obviously out of date, manual which you have a copy of and can get from ASUS's site and an ICC profile. Don't have a copy of the files on hand but nothing important your missing.
     
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Does it flicker at lower refresh rates so 95hz, 90hz etc? Also try another cable to rule out the cable issue.

Files on the cd from what I recall was just nvidia drivers, obviously out of date, manual which you have a copy of and can get from ASUS's site and an ICC profile. Don't have a copy of the files on hand but nothing important your missing.
works flawless @95 and lower refresh rates .I dont have any other cable to try with atm do you think its a cable issue? It flickers madly even cellphone cant capture

Since i dont live in the us what brand dp cable i should look for?
Edited by ozzy1925 - 6/15/16 at 4:19pm
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What video card are you using and are you using the cable that came with the monitor?
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