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Originally Posted by PCM2 View Post

If there are scanlines with G-SYNC disabled but still running at 100Hz, doesn't that suggest it is something to do with the OC itself?

I see what you're saying there, but even with Gsync disabled I bet the gsync module is just working as a pass-through for the data.
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I misread what x3sphere said, see edit. smile.gif Read it as there were scanlines at 100Hz but he said there weren't. redface.gif

But yeah, either way the G-SYNC module is not bypassed entirely.
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The g-sync module replaces the usual monitor scaler so yeah, it is always active one way or another.

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Anyone have any insight as to availability in the USA?
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Anyone have any insight as to availability in the USA?

ASUS North America remains quiet on the exact date.

The ASUS North America website now lists the monitor, so I'm taking that as a sign that it's arrival is very soon.

Perhaps the monitors are still stuck in mid-world...
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I guy on a swedish forum just posted this picture of his new Asus:
http://imgur.com/chc08FH

Looks to be a lot of bleed and glow.
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I guy on a swedish forum just posted this picture of his new Asus:
http://imgur.com/chc08FH

Looks to be a lot of bleed and glow.

I am always skeptical of these photos because you don't know how they took the picture, what settings they used, etc... Displayphiles are worse than audiophiles tongue.gif
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I guy on a swedish forum just posted this picture of his new Asus:
http://imgur.com/chc08FH

Looks to be a lot of bleed and glow.

 

That certainly isn't pretty, but we'd need to know how the picture was took. A direct picture tends to blow up the effect, taking a screenshots of a video instead shows it much more near to how reality is.

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This is my backlight bleed/IPS glow, brightness 60

This is IPS glow and I cannot even notice it with the light on and while gaming



post #220 of 3578
If you were paying any attention to the tech, scanlines have been addressed and they have been deemed normal by Acer and also will be by Asus in time. It took Acer 3 months to confirm after we found the issue on the first week.

From Acer Perdator forums: http://community.acer.com/t5/Predator-Monitors/MULTIPLE-Problems-with-New-X34/td-p/390434/page/83

All,

In regards to the scanline issue, I have been provided with an update. Scanlines are an effect caused by rapidly changing refresh rate. Variations in the refresh rate create an increased holding time that results in the accumulation of an electrical charge. When this charge is released, it causes small variations in the frame that result in faint horizontal lines.

We certainly appreciate everyone’s patience and the feedback that has been provided by many of you. Unfortunately, this is a side effect for cutting edge technology and while there is not a fix to be applied, we will continue to make efforts to minimize and eliminate these types of limitations in future releases.

Thanks,
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