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post #2201 of 3579
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Originally Posted by ChronoDog View Post

To what are you referring? I googled, but still no idea what you're talking about.
Haven't been following this thread, as there's too much of it.

It seems every monitor is affected by this black line going across the top of the monitor, the ACER Predator X34 has the same issue, it happens when you overclock the panel

Could you do this test for me.

Go to Personalistion then background, select solid colour and then select the gray on the top right line, the last one of the top line

You might notice there is a black bar going across the top of the monitor. I have found out this is due to the 100hz overclock and when you turn overclocking off the black bar is gone. I wonder if this is something that will happen with all monitors after a certain amount of time
post #2202 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

It seems every monitor is affected by this black line going across the top of the monitor, the ACER Predator X34 has the same issue, it happens when you overclock the panel

Could you do this test for me.

Go to Personalistion then background, select solid colour and then select the gray on the top right line, the last one of the top line

You might notice there is a black bar going across the top of the monitor. I have found out this is due to the 100hz overclock and when you turn overclocking off the black bar is gone. I wonder if this is something that will happen with all monitors after a certain amount of time
yeah cos its the same panel.
post #2203 of 3579
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Originally Posted by MuscleBound View Post

yeah cos its the same panel.

Yeah, he has not seen the previous comments, so I am letting him know that it is not just the ASUS PG348Q that has the black line
post #2204 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Metros View Post

Go to Personalistion then background, select solid colour and then select the gray on the top right line, the last one of the top line

You might notice there is a black bar going across the top of the monitor. I have found out this is due to the 100hz overclock and when you turn overclocking off the black bar is gone. I wonder if this is something that will happen with all monitors after a certain amount of time
I'm on Windows 7, so the colors are probably in a different order.
However, I've tried switching between all possible shades of grey in the Solid Colors and haven't noticed any black bars (or any other sorts of display corruption, for that matter) anywhere. Perhaps you could take a picture of what I should be looking for?
post #2205 of 3579
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Originally Posted by ChronoDog View Post

I'm on Windows 7, so the colors are probably in a different order.
However, I've tried switching between all possible shades of grey in the Solid Colors and haven't noticed any black bars (or any other sorts of display corruption, for that matter) anywhere. Perhaps you could take a picture of what I should be looking for?
Its not a black bar exactly- its a slightly darker than the background strip of darkness.
post #2206 of 3579
Hmm... no, can't see anything like you describe.
I spend anywhere from 6 to 18 hours a day in front of this monitor, I think I'd probably have noticed something like that if it was there.
Still, a photo of what you mean would be welcome smile.gif
post #2207 of 3579
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Originally Posted by ChronoDog View Post

Hmm... no, can't see anything like you describe.
I spend anywhere from 6 to 18 hours a day in front of this monitor, I think I'd probably have noticed something like that if it was there.
Still, a photo of what you mean would be welcome smile.gif
go through the photos on this thread an u will see.
post #2208 of 3579
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Originally Posted by ChronoDog View Post

Hmm... no, can't see anything like you describe.
I spend anywhere from 6 to 18 hours a day in front of this monitor, I think I'd probably have noticed something like that if it was there.
Still, a photo of what you mean would be welcome smile.gif

If you could take a picture of a gray background, then I might notice it

This is the image

post #2209 of 3579
I guess I can kind-of-sort-of see what you mean, but it's something so... insignificant, really. Noticeable only under very specific circumstances.
It also seems like it's still kind of there even with overclocking off in the OSD:



post #2210 of 3579
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Originally Posted by ChronoDog View Post

I guess I can kind-of-sort-of see what you mean, but it's something so... insignificant, really. Noticeable only under very specific circumstances.
It also seems like it's still kind of there even with overclocking off in the OSD:




Yeah, you can notice it when you have a gray image, however during gaming you can only really notice it in the sky

Not sure what you would state if you was going to sell this monitor on Ebay, would you put it had this issue or as all samples are affected then there would be no need to say anything about it
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