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So this vs the X34: Is it sheer luck to get a good sample w/o bleed, or is the PG348Q statistically better?

 

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It's a crap shoot. The pg348q is more likely to sit at 100hz without issues. That's the thing it has over the x34. Also, the predator emblem is tacky as ****.

 

The PG348Q does not have gamma adjustment in the settings while the X34 does, in case he wants it. And from what's I've seen lately there are less peoples reporting issues hitting 100 Hz with the X34 compared to the time around the initial release.

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Thanks guys. I'm happy with my XB321HK, but was just curious, because I had to go through 4 unit on that one smile.gif
Edited by pennover - 7/9/16 at 11:04am
    
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Thanks guys. I'm happy with my XB321HK, but was just curious, because I had to go through 4 unit on that one smile.gif
what was the issue
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For my Acer XB321HK it went like this:

1. Back light bleed on the bottom right, large area
2. Back light bleed on the upper left, large area
3. Light back light bleed all over the place, clouds all over the place and one stuck stuck pixel in the central area
4. Perfect back light, no bleed at all but one dead pixel on the upper right. Very little glow

Decided to keep the last one because it's basically perfect except for the dead pixel, which is way up in the top right corner and so most of the time hidden by menus anyway. 4k glory ensues
    
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For my Acer XB321HK it went like this:

1. Back light bleed on the bottom right, large area
2. Back light bleed on the upper left, large area
3. Light back light bleed all over the place, clouds all over the place and one stuck stuck pixel in the central area
4. Perfect back light, no bleed at all but one dead pixel on the upper right. Very little glow

Decided to keep the last one because it's basically perfect except for the dead pixel, which is way up in the top right corner and so most of the time hidden by menus
well i cant belive i got 3 monitors and all of them had 3 dusts and funny thing is when i check the owners list i only see 1-2 people with dust and dead pixel
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Anyone with the flickering at the top of the screen got it fixed yet or did you return the monitor
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Anyone with the flickering at the top of the screen got it fixed yet or did you return the monitor

I had the flickering when using G-Sync in windowed mode. There's nothing that can be done to fix it, it's a panel issue. Have to return or RMA.

I plan on trying one more panel, before I give up and go back to my dual Dell 1440p 144hz monitors.
    
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I had the flickering when using G-Sync in windowed mode. There's nothing that can be done to fix it, it's a panel issue. Have to return or RMA.

I plan on trying one more panel, before I give up and go back to my dual Dell 1440p 144hz monitors.

So you do not have it in Fullscreen, I have it in Fullscrean, however when viewing a YouTube video of the same part where it flickers, the monitor is fine, so it must be something to do with G-Sync or the power brick
post #2019 of 3505
It only happens when I have G-Sync enabled in a game while windowed. If I turn off windowed g-sync and run a game in windowed mode, it stops.

The common variable is G-Sync. It's likely the module. This is the second unit I've gotten with this issue. Which sucks, because this one has what I see as acceptable BLB at 50% brightness.

If you're in your return window, I'd just return it. The likelihood of it being the PSU is slim, seeing as how it's in a specific monitor mode and it's an issue multiple people have had. It's always the same 2-3 cm of the top of the screen.
    
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Got my monitor Friday from Microcenter. Reluctant to do any BLB or Glow testing. It looks great. We are overclocking to 100 with no scan lines or dead pixels(from what I can tell). How do I determine the manufacture date? And if I must, how do I check for BLB and Glow?
    
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