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post #2291 of 3579
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Originally Posted by TeckniC View Post

Mine is overclocked to 100Hz. No flickering that I've seen so far, although I haven't gotten a chance to test many games out on it yet. Brightness is already set at 70. Yours doesn't have the black bar at the top at all that people have mentioned?



This is a picture of a black halftone full screen @ 50-60% black. So a solid grey. I didn't bother to match it's true colour but no bar seems to appear.

One thing i noticed. When opening this image fullscreen... my screen flickered a bit once opening full screen 'to readjust itself' but then stays stable. (at the top of the screen)


I don't see this as a problem. Grey colour is hard to output. So long as it ends up staying consistent.

Maybe we should all start disregarding problems on solid grey light output.
post #2292 of 3579
I'm not really worried about the grey bar because it seems like everyone that overclocked to 100Hz has it to some extent. I'm just asking if the amount of bleed I have should be considered acceptable or if I should exchange it for another one. My previous IPS (Asus PB278Q) was pretty much perfect - no BLB whatsoever so I never really ran into this issue until now. I'm not sure what's generally considered" acceptable" in terms of BLB.
post #2293 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Sirstiv View Post



This is a picture of a black halftone full screen @ 50-60% black. So a solid grey. I didn't bother to match it's true colour but no bar seems to appear.

One thing i noticed. When opening this image fullscreen... my screen flickered a bit once opening full screen 'to readjust itself' but then stays stable. (at the top of the screen)


I don't see this as a problem. Grey colour is hard to output. So long as it ends up staying consistent.

Maybe we should all start disregarding problems on solid grey light output.


try NVIDIA G-SYNC Pendulum Demo set the fps 20 ( G-Sync mode ) Is there any flickering at top of the monitor. Here is the video. look at the gray colour.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTbCYfMnzAM
post #2294 of 3579
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Originally Posted by TeckniC View Post

I'm not really worried about the grey bar because it seems like everyone that overclocked to 100Hz has it to some extent. I'm just asking if the amount of bleed I have should be considered acceptable or if I should exchange it for another one. My previous IPS (Asus PB278Q) was pretty much perfect - no BLB whatsoever so I never really ran into this issue until now. I'm not sure what's generally considered" acceptable" in terms of BLB.

It's really personal preference. If you can only see it on solid colours then only you know how much that will piss you off.

Some people open their monitors (generic statement) and apply black tape to fix it. - I don't recommend that.

Otherwise get inline for another monitor in the great Asus BLB lottery lol.
post #2295 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Ozan Akin View Post

try NVIDIA G-SYNC Pendulum Demo set the fps 20 ( G-Sync mode ) Is there any flickering at top of the monitor. Here is the video. look at the gray colour.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTbCYfMnzAM

I downloaded and tried it. On the grey bar swaying screen.

Only initially for the first 3-5 seconds but then it stabilizes.

Good test!
post #2296 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Sirstiv View Post

I downloaded and tried it. On the grey bar swaying screen.

Only initially for the first 3-5 seconds but then it stabilizes.

Good test!

my first and second monitor has this issue ( And blb of course ) my monitors always flickering not stabilizes frown.gif I RMA again and waiting the third pfffff. Wish me luck boys ehuehuehue
post #2297 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Ozan Akin View Post

my first and second monitor has this issue ( And blb of course ) my monitors always flickering not stabilizes frown.gif I RMA again and waiting the third pfffff. Wish me luck boys ehuehuehue

Do the following.

Update your monitor driver with the .ini file on the disc supplied.

Do a CLEAN installation of your nvidia drivers and make sure it's the latest one.
post #2298 of 3579
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Originally Posted by Sirstiv View Post

Do the following.

Update your monitor driver with the .ini file on the disc supplied.

Do a CLEAN installation of your nvidia drivers and make sure it's the latest one.

Yes I made all these but it is not worked
post #2299 of 3579
How do you guys like 100hz compared to 144hz if any of you have used 144hz. I should be able to pick my monitor up today from local best buy and im anxious to get it but nervous at the same time. I played some BF4 campaign last night on my wifes machine (asus 144hz 1080p) and ran it at 100hz and 144hz and there was a slight noticeable difference when looking around in a circle motion (moving the cross hair in a circle) while looking at some buildings and such but i feel i was being a little too picky. The 100hz on the 144hz looked much better still than 60hz but when it was set to 144hz it was noticeable. I guess since i purchased the bestbuy 4 year protection plan i can always make it go out then be swapped out for the newer model in a year or 2 when they are 144hz 3440x1440. lol
post #2300 of 3579
@azzazek99 hey man im interested also in 100hz vs 144 since for months now i cant decide on 279q or 348q lets say money is not an issue and i will be running 1080 or 1080ti if it comes this year

edit: note that i would like to have dual monitor setup so i was thinking it was better to buy 279q keep my benq as second monitor and one day years from now when come good monitors to buy one 34" gaming ?
what you guys think?
    
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