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Got the monitor fully set up loving it so far. Straight to 100 Hz out the box no dead pixels as far as I can see and no coil whine. Did try the G-Sync pendulum demo but did not see any scan lines as such on the default setting, but that may just be me not paying proper attention. Only played a few games so far but everything is buttery smooth. Witcher 3 at 100 fps feels amazing.

Got to admit I do actually like the ROG underglow when gaming in the dark. Kind of meh on it initially, but does look pretty neat. Having said that this monitor does sit pretty far forward on the desk with this stand pushed back as far as it can


     
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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

Got the monitor fully set up loving it so far. Straight to 100 Hz out the box no dead pixels as far as I can see and no coil whine. Did try the G-Sync pendulum demo but did not see any scan lines as such on the default setting, but that may just be me not paying proper attention. Only played a few games so far but everything is buttery smooth. Witcher 3 at 100 fps feels amazing.

Got to admit I do actually like the ROG underglow when gaming in the dark. Kind of meh on it initially, but does look pretty neat. Having said that this monitor does sit pretty far forward on the desk with this stand pushed back as far as it can



I do not normally like big LED lights, however those LEDs at the back look great with the monitor smile.gif

Could I ask, use 25 FPS in Pendulum demo and put your nose to the screen, look in the dark mountain part of it

Also what brightness do you use smile.gif
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I do not normally like big LED lights, however those LEDs at the back look great with the monitor smile.gif

Could I ask, use 25 FPS in Pendulum demo and put your nose to the screen, look in the dark mountain part of it

Also what brightness do you use smile.gif

Yeah, not the biggest fan of LED's either, had them installed for ages from a while back and found the remote while rebuilding the PC smile.gif

Yeah so tried 25 and 20 fps and looking at the mountain. Can't see anything funny to be honest, infact that close I can make the individual pixels out but no bizarre behaviour. May be there and I am just missing it.

EDIT: sorry for brightness I was using 80, just turned it down to 70.
Edited by Radox-0 - 2/24/16 at 5:07pm
     
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Yeah, not the biggest fan of LED's either, had them installed for ages from a while back and found the remote while rebuilding the PC smile.gif

Yeah so tried 25 and 20 fps and looking at the mountain. Can't see anything funny to be honest, infact that close I can make the individual pixels out but no bizarre behaviour. May be there and I am just missing it.

EDIT: sorry for brightness I was using 80, just turned it down to 70.

It seems people like really bright screens (is that during the day as well) I am using 56 brightness

You could take an image (with the camera almost touching the screen when at 20 FPS and looking at the mountains
Edited by Metros - 2/24/16 at 7:17pm
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Is it changing color with your screen or did you manually do that?
post #266 of 3542
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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

Got the monitor fully set up loving it so far. Straight to 100 Hz out the box no dead pixels as far as I can see and no coil whine. Did try the G-Sync pendulum demo but did not see any scan lines as such on the default setting, but that may just be me not paying proper attention. Only played a few games so far but everything is buttery smooth. Witcher 3 at 100 fps feels amazing.

Got to admit I do actually like the ROG underglow when gaming in the dark. Kind of meh on it initially, but does look pretty neat. Having said that this monitor does sit pretty far forward on the desk with this stand pushed back as far as it can



What led behind the desk are you using? it's amazing!
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It seems people like really bright screens (is that during the day as well) I am using 56 brightness

You could take an image (with the camera almost touching the screen when at 20 FPS and looking at the mountains

Yep took some pics this morning and can't seem to see any issue, but then again is there an example of what I should be looking for. May be its right in front of me and I am missing it.
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Is it changing color with your screen or did you manually do that?

Manually now, was changing with the color of my PC case itself until a few days ago. Normally the strip was connected to aquacompters farbwerk module. This takes water temperature measurements from my loop and adjusts the lighting based on the temp. So as the water gets hotter through benching or gaming the lighting in the case and desk progressively goes from light blue through to green, yellow and eventually red, then opposite as it cools (or whatever colour combinations I feel like setting it up)

It was a bit of a hassle though moving the computer and forgetting to pull out the attaching cable so the desk light now have their own manual remote.
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What led behind the desk are you using? it's amazing!

Thanks, its just a normal strip of 50 / 50 LED's you can pick up for cheap from most places like Amazon. I picked up a small remote control unit that plugs in to it from amazon also a few days ago which now controls the desk lighting separately. Something like this: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00H7T7XA2?keywords=LED%20strip&qid=1456393958&ref_=sr_1_3&sr=8-3
     
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Yep took some pics this morning and can't seem to see any issue, but then again is there an example of what I should be looking for. May be its right in front of me and I am missing it.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1591317/official-asus-rog-swift-pg348q-owners-club/180#post_24919109

find the difference between two pics, and you'll know what to look for wink.gif
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http://www.overclock.net/t/1591317/official-asus-rog-swift-pg348q-owners-club/180#post_24919109

find the difference between two pics, and you'll know what to look for wink.gif

Thanks, will give it a whirl later this evening smile.gif
     
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Originally Posted by D2015 View Post

http://www.overclock.net/t/1591317/official-asus-rog-swift-pg348q-owners-club/180#post_24919109

find the difference between two pics, and you'll know what to look for wink.gif

For the life of me i can't see what you guys are talking about, can you please help me see what you guys are seeing in that pic? i acted like yeah scan lines i know what they are, but the you tube videos i saw online with that regard are obvious, but i can't see jack nothing in that pic, my eyes hurt now lol
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