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Thanks for all your input so far. More pics: (My phone doesn't have ISO 300, so I used 200 and 400 instead.)

Brightness 100% - ISO 100:



Brightness 100% - ISO 200:



Brightness 100% - ISO 400:



Brightness 50% - ISO 200:



Brightness 50% - ISO 400:


Opinions?
[So far, it is bothering me most when watching Netflix - The black bars on the left and right show off the BLB quite irritatingly...]
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Originally Posted by Canyonero View Post

Thanks for all your input so far. More pics: (My phone doesn't have ISO 300, so I used 200 and 400 instead.)


Opinions?
[So far, it is bothering me most when watching Netflix - The black bars on the left and right show off the BLB quite irritatingly...]
So which image is closest to what u see with ur own eyes?
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Originally Posted by Canyonero View Post

Thanks for all your input so far. More pics: (My phone doesn't have ISO 300, so I used 200 and 400 instead.)

Brightness 100% - ISO 100:



Brightness 100% - ISO 200:



Brightness 100% - ISO 400:



Brightness 50% - ISO 200:



Brightness 50% - ISO 400:


Opinions?
[So far, it is bothering me most when watching Netflix - The black bars on the left and right show off the BLB quite irritatingly...]

Google Chrome has 21:9 video extension that work for Netflix. You can try a few of them out and see how you like it.
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So which image is closest to what u see with ur own eyes?

That would be the 50% brightness ISO 400...
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Oh and one other thing: It sometimes does not wake from standby when I wake / turn on the PC. In that case I have to turn the monitor off and on via button. I haven't figured out a pattern yet. Google gave me nothing on this...
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Those complaining about 'a grey bar' at the top of the screen that can only be seen on the solid grey windows colour wallpaper...

Honestly if you're trying to look for it then you will probably see it.

I believe some of you may be getting confused with the IPS glow from the top of the frame reflecting down.

My May 2016 sample is almost perfect luckily. cranked 100hz with gsync on a 780. (i thought they could only overclock on 980 and above?)

I can see it all the time during gaming, and no I am not confusing it for IPS glow..
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Originally Posted by Canyonero View Post

Oh and one other thing: It sometimes does not wake from standby when I wake / turn on the PC. In that case I have to turn the monitor off and on via button. I haven't figured out a pattern yet. Google gave me nothing on this...

There's a setting in system setup >> scroll down "displayport deep sleep and hdmi deep sleep"

Mine are both checked. No problems. Could be a power management problem in windows.

If you can see the light bleed in games and everything constantly then that's a problem.

If you know you have 'heaps' and you keep looking for it then that's another problem.

If you got yours from a shop then go in and test it in person before you do a swap.

No one will be running this monitor at 100 brightness imo.
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Originally Posted by Sirstiv View Post

There's a setting in system setup >> scroll down "displayport deep sleep and hdmi deep sleep"

Mine are both checked. No problems. Could be a power management problem in windows.

If you can see the light bleed in games and everything constantly then that's a problem.

If you know you have 'heaps' and you keep looking for it then that's another problem.

If you got yours from a shop then go in and test it in person before you do a swap.

No one will be running this monitor at 100 brightness imo.

Thanks for your comments!

I will wait a few days and see if it still bothers me after a 'getting used to' period. It is still kinda sad though, that after shelling out 1300.- one gets a monitor that is "maybe acceptable" instead of "awesome".

The deep sleep doesn't seem to work. Will have to find another PC to try it out to find out if the monitor or the PC is the problem. Btw the manual recommends turning off deep sleep if it doesn't work. Thanks for nothing Asus.
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