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My upgraded setup after I installed the 1080ti.


Whats the FPS like with the 1080ti and this monitor? Any specific games?

I am using a 980ti and noticing the frames dropping quite often.
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I **** u not, so far every game I have thrown at it maxes out the refresh rate
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A little late to the party but better late than never. I've been using a PG279Q for some time and drooling for ultra wide. So finally got a decent price and my PG279Q just because my Laptop display for multiple machines.

Set up, drivers installed, to 100Hz no worries.

Read through a good bit of this thread and saw a few calibration tips. The out of the box sRGB was pretty close. I use Xrite photo color munki for calibration and left the racing mode on defaults execept during calibration process the 30 recommend here several time came in a 113 nits so I upped it to 32 and hit 120 spot on.

I didn't do the foolishness of cranking brightness to max with a black screen in a pitch black room however I did inspect with it loaded with the profile I'm using and I've just one spot that if I have the monitor up high and I'm looking up at the top right corener I can see a little BLB. When the monitor is in the position I use it and I'm looking straight on I see nothing. This one is better in this aspect than my PG279Q which is still very acceptable.

So add me to the list. Looking great to me!
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Originally Posted by theunknownkid View Post

Whats the FPS like with the 1080ti and this monitor? Any specific games?

I am using a 980ti and noticing the frames dropping quite often.

Not sure if it helps, posted a bunch of benchmarks for about 15 games in 1080Ti owner thread. Compared with the GTX 1080 and Titan X Maxwell at stock and overclocked speeds: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624521/nvidia-gtx-1080-ti-owners-thread/870#post_25920597 on this panel.

Also upgraded my setup around this panel few weeks back when I moved house and few weeks. Always had a terrible setup prior not at all scaled for supporting such a beast. Also made move to Tri-GTX 1080Ti's (obviously do not always use the third GPU when game, damm Nvidia) Love this panel, but can't wait to see something new!


     
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OK I got the monitor yesterday and I think I was pretty lucky in the lottery. I can barely see any bleed, the worst is in the top left corners, not an issue with normal use. Also no dead pixels, OC to 100mhz no problem, no scanlines (that I was able to see anyway), no coil noise at all, I didn't see any flicker either in the top right corner...yet.

I do see somewhat the darker line-ish at the top of the monitor on grey screens, but you have to pay attention to see it.

The major issue I had was the the screens was way to close to my face with the stand. Since I kinda knew this would happen I had ordered a Mount It mi-751 VESA mount from amazon. I received it today and installed it. It's pretty great.

This screen is crazy coming from a 24" 1080p to this monster is like looking outside thru a bay window smile.gif

Now I have to scale down the graphics of my gtx 1080 to get descent FPS.

EDIT: Oh I would like to thank all the members of this thread, you helped me a lot with the decision of buying this monitor and helped me fixed common problems and answered common questions. Thx Again! thumb.gif
Edited by GlutenBoy - 3/22/17 at 9:57am
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Ok welp I am at a lost had two more pixels go out since owning it. I am beyond frustrated at this point three total pixels bad two dead and one stuck red. I am worried about keeping it long term and having these issue continue... Man I dunno what to do now don't know if I would try another Acer or try another one of these. Heck I wish the stupid Omen would get to Amazon.

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Hey everyone!

I've been following in this thread (stalker alert) for a while now. I am quite committed towards this monitor but am looking for some thoughts on a layout style I have planned.

Currently I'm using 2x ASUS VN247h and for my work and studies (3D CAD work and Masters of Science respectively) I need as much space as possible. I was wondering what peoples ideas or recommendations would be on having both of those 24" monitors mounted above the Asus PG348Q, or have them vertical (portrait) on the sides.... Additionally, the ultrawide will be going on an arm for space saving on my desk setup, unless the distance of the feet is different from what it looks like.

Also, I am runnign dual 780ti's in SLI and I doubt I'll have enough horsepower for that setup, when I do game on the ultrawide.

Any help would be awesome!! thumb.gif
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Ok welp I am at a lost had two more pixels go out since owning it. I am beyond frustrated at this point three total pixels bad two dead and one stuck red. I am worried about keeping it long term and having these issue continue... Man I dunno what to do now don't know if I would try another Acer or try another one of these. Heck I wish the stupid Omen would get to Amazon.

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That sucks big time dude, have you tried sending it back for RMA?
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Hey everyone!

I've been following in this thread (stalker alert) for a while now. I am quite committed towards this monitor but am looking for some thoughts on a layout style I have planned.

Currently I'm using 2x ASUS VN247h and for my work and studies (3D CAD work and Masters of Science respectively) I need as much space as possible. I was wondering what peoples ideas or recommendations would be on having both of those 24" monitors mounted above the Asus PG348Q, or have them vertical (portrait) on the sides.... Additionally, the ultrawide will be going on an arm for space saving on my desk setup, unless the distance of the feet is different from what it looks like.

Also, I am runnign dual 780ti's in SLI and I doubt I'll have enough horsepower for that setup, when I do game on the ultrawide.

Any help would be awesome!! thumb.gif

Not sure if admitting to being a stalker is a good thing or not?
As far as the setup of two different size monitors is really just going to be playing around with the setup and see what you think looks best on your desk and more user friendly. Regardless of how you slice it, it may look a little odd because of the massive size difference. IMO, who cares though! (not many people can run 2 or 3 34" monitors to look uniform). I tried to setup my other 24" around my 34" monitor in several different configurations and they all looked funny. At the end of the day, I just setup both monitors on a arm side by side for the best viewing angle. I certainly love mounting monitors 100% of the time, so getting rid of the stand the Asus comes with was a no brainer for me. The bigger monitors have bigger stands that just get worse and worse imo.
As far as your graphics cards, you maybe surprised that they will be able to do more than you think. Of course your game settings will have to be turned down, but you can still enjoy games and that massive wide screen.
So far, I am very pleased with this monitor. I think it has been the most enjoyable upgrade ever!
     
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Hi All,
i am looking for a way to mod the OSD Crosshairs, do anyone know if there is any way, or any dev team that has done this on any other monitor before?
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Hello everyone

I have a question regarding the refresh rate of 100hz

I have noticed that occasionally the refresh rate resets to 60hz although it is enabled to 100hz on the nvidea control panel. Anyway to permanently set this to 100hz?
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