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Someone has highly recommended getting a certified high bandwidth DP cable for the Asus ROG 34" which should mitigate allot of issues (like scan lines etc, flickering etc) according to him

Anyone care to comment on the validity of such a statement?
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Originally Posted by adamrza View Post

Someone has highly recommended getting a certified high bandwidth DP cable for the Asus ROG 34" which should mitigate allot of issues (like scan lines etc, flickering etc) according to him

Anyone care to comment on the validity of such a statement?

I got a Lindy Chromo cable, it did see a massive change, however other people on here have reported that scan lines were less noticeable

Could someone tell me if they see flicker in the sky during this video

https://vid.me/OrYl
post #2083 of 3537
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Originally Posted by Evo X View Post

Hey guys, trying to decide between this and the Acer X34 Predator.

Anyone have experience with both?

Coming from a first gen 27" ROG Swift.

Got both, literally the same thing in terms of specs really. Get a good sample on either and your golden as they effectively do the same thing.. I do slightly prefer the RGB ambient lighting on the X34 which is quiet a nice touch vs the red only ROG eye. The X34A version has most the same features such as the swivel stand comparable to this panel that the initial X34 did not have. One thing I really prefer on my PG348Q is the button placement and joystick navigation, very fluid and intuitive vs the button placement on the X34, but not the biggest of issue as I guess your not always fiddling with the buttons there. I believe the upcoming X34P will have a button placement location similar to the ROG.

In a nutshell, I would pick whichever is cheaper being honest, there is still an element of lottery with both panels unless you really prefer one over the other aesthetically. I find the X34's back horrible being honest but its against the wall so meh.
     
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The PG348Q MSRP is $100 higher compared to the X34. If you're looking for the cheaper option then get a X34, unless there is some kind of awesome offer on the Asus one.

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Also if you are in the UK, the ACER version only has a two year warranty, compared to the three year warranty on the ASUS version
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

I got a Lindy Chromo cable, it did see a massive change, however other people on here have reported that scan lines were less noticeable

Could someone tell me if they see flicker in the sky during this video

https://vid.me/OrYl

Nope...Looks fine to me!?
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Nope...Looks fine to me!?

Yep same cable, no issues for me here.
     
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This is a better video to see the flicker/flashing, it seems to be GTA 5 that is the problem as multiple people have this issue. It happens when you drive fast in a car and look at the sky, could someone else test this problem

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKtcIR8k2ok
post #2089 of 3537
I'm not sure if this was posted in thread, i read about 60 pages. My problem is probably silly but for some reason Nvidia CP only shows 50 and 60hz after i OC the panel. I did the turning off after setting OC, unplug DP cable, but still won't show any other refresh rates.
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Originally Posted by Dysar View Post

I'm not sure if this was posted in thread, i read about 60 pages. My problem is probably silly but for some reason Nvidia CP only shows 50 and 60hz after i OC the panel. I did the turning off after setting OC, unplug DP cable, but still won't show any other refresh rates.

You using the dp cable right? Can only hit 100hz on display port cable NOT hdmi. When you look at your OSD settings it shows 100hz?
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