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Anyone here get into Battlefield One alpha and use this monitor with it? If so what GPU did you use and FPS did get?
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

Anyone here get into Battlefield One alpha and use this monitor with it? If so what GPU did you use and FPS did get?

I have not got into the Alpha (had every Battlefield though) however it uses the same engine as Battlefield 4 and Battlefront, so I would expect around the same FPS for the game
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Hello there,
a new PG348Q owner here smile.gif. I've tried to go over those 200 pages of PG348Q knowledge however I could not find the answer to my probably trivial yet important question:

Is it possible to set the monitor so it turns off Light-In-Motion when the computer is shut down and automatically re-enable it when the PC is powered on?

I have it connected to GTX 780 over DP and tried many OSD settings but found only 2 feasible workarounds:
- set LIM to preferred level and turn the display on and off manually upon PC shutdown/power on
- disable LIM completely and let the display sleep when the PC is shut down.

The issue is that I like LIM glow yet when I turn off the PC in my room I want to sleep in complete darkness and turning on/off the display is a hassle.

Best regards,
Ank
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Can I run this monitor overclocked @ 100 24-7 or not?
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Can I run this monitor overclocked 24-7 or not? **Just got off the phone with Asus, they said it is not recommended to keep your monitor overclocked. Put it back to 60hz after playing..
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Can I run this monitor overclocked 24-7 or not? **Just got off the phone with Asus, they said it is not recommended to keep your monitor overclocked. Put it back to 60hz after playing..

I have not seen anyone say that they put it back to 60hz after gaming, I leave it on 100hz all the time
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I might keep it, wait for it to be discontinued then ask for a upgrade smile.gif

How does that work exactly? Do they do a straight swap and you add a bit more cash in? Do you contact ASUS directly. I have the original swift but there is an upgraded version out. Wondering it would work if i tried this?
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Can I run this monitor overclocked 24-7 or not? **Just got off the phone with Asus, they said it is not recommended to keep your monitor overclocked. Put it back to 60hz after playing..

im not putting anything back, if it dies they give me a new one
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How does that work exactly? Do they do a straight swap and you add a bit more cash in? Do you contact ASUS directly. I have the original swift but there is an upgraded version out. Wondering it would work if i tried this?

The monitor has to be discontinued, then they have to give you an upgrade for free
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Anyone else have their's fail like this yet? I tested it with another cable on my macbook pro and after I switched back to my windows computer you could see burn in type ghosting from the mac display properties to the left of the nvidia control panel.
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