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post #2421 of 3540
Ok. I tested the new screen and its a realy nice one. Very very little bleeding. 100hz is no problem. No noises at all... but again the grey bar... but only when oc is activated
Edited by captn1ko - 9/25/16 at 3:56am
post #2422 of 3540
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Quote:
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...]

How is it legal to ask 1200€ for this crap? rolleyes.gif
post #2423 of 3540
post #2424 of 3540
Mine arrived today, testing, will report back.

dBlhmh5.jpg
post #2425 of 3540
Please do.
post #2426 of 3540
here are Pictures from my new one.

Man. Date: July 16

100Hz flaweless
no noises
no flickering

still a Grey bar, but not so extreme like my previous one.

Picture overexposed:

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 75

Picture ISO 200

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 75

to compare my old one ISO 200:

CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 75
post #2427 of 3540
Congratulations got a good one it seems.
post #2428 of 3540
One thing I do not understand is why anyone would need Gsync or Freesync on monitors that are 100~144hz.
I am still playing on an older 144hz Asus monitor, and it's very smooth.
post #2429 of 3540
Wrong thread
Edited by captn1ko - 9/26/16 at 12:44pm
post #2430 of 3540
Seeing as ASUS continues to use 'old school' methods of supplying software/drivers for its products (CD?? seriously!?), I have stripped the drivers and manual from this aging media, and you can find them below, in one rather small .zip file smile.gif

For some reason?, they only offer the multiframe utility and manual at support site.
Code:
https://openload.co/f/sDQ3Fg4vups/PG348Q_WHQL.rar
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