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post #3231 of 3313
I'm wondering if most of owners are using the settings of tftcentral and the ICC profile provided by them.

Brightness at 27-30 is enough for you? Specially in games we want the picture pops the screen, I did increase tftcentral recommended brightness a bit​ (40).
Edited by xinelo - 4/24/17 at 2:55pm
post #3232 of 3313
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I'm wondering if most of owners are using the settings of tftcentral and the ICC profile provided by them.

Brightness at 27-30 is enough for you? Specially in games we want the picture pops the screen, I did increase tftcentral recommended brightness a bit​ (40).

it bright enough for me, never had any issue and color looks perfect as far as i can tell. after a week im sure your eyes will adjust to it and not care much any more.
post #3233 of 3313
hey guys i have a problem running these monitors Dual. I cant seem to close the gap between the two monitors do to the aesthetes of the logo bar on bottom of the screen. The two end points wont fall flush..
post #3234 of 3313
What do you guys think about this one? Of course I imagine that this, in person is not as nearly as bad as in this photo?



And for example this is my current Dell P2414H, photo taken with iPhone 6S (and it's pretty bad quality...)


Edited by Avant Garde - 4/26/17 at 3:01pm
    
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What do you guys think about this one? Of course I imagine that this, in person is not as nearly as bad as in this photo?



And for example this is my current Dell P2414H, photo taken with iPhone 6S (and it's pretty bad quality...)


I wouldn't stress it too much, ISP glow is normal in all these panels to some degree. What matters is how the picture looks to you during normal content viewing, and also don't expect good black levels here.
post #3236 of 3313
It looks really bad on these photos but my Dell looks even worse smile.gif And funny thing is : In person this is not bad at all, I'm not having any problems with mine and I think that my ISO settings don't really represent this issue well...
    
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post #3237 of 3313
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I wouldn't stress it too much, ISP glow is normal in all these panels to some degree. What matters is how the picture looks to you during normal content viewing, and also don't expect good black levels here.

I recently "updated" from a 4K TV (Sony 43x800d) to one of this toys for desktop and gaming mostly.
My new panel is very good in backlight bleed, barely noticeable using the tests (I had some Months ago another PG348Q for a couple of weeks and the backlight was terrible, specially in upper right corner). Panel uniformity is also very good compared to the TV.

It's a backstep in black levels and contrast indeed, as well as resolution. But handling 4K today demands a lot of power and it's more a disadvantage than anything else for me.

Once you try 100hz gsync panel, you'll never want to go back to 60hz/vsync for gaming. When you are gaming for some minutes, eyes are more sensitive to higher refresh rate and lowest input lag with gsync, keeping good picture quality and colors of IPS panels.
Edited by xinelo - 4/27/17 at 1:02am
post #3238 of 3313
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I wouldn't stress it too much, ISP glow is normal in all these panels to some degree. What matters is how the picture looks to you during normal content viewing, and also don't expect good black levels here.

I have "upgraded" from a 4K TV (Sony XBR43X800D) to this monitor. Backlight bleed on my unit is barely noticeable and panel uniformity very good smile.gif

It's a backstep in terms of resolution and black level indeed, but I think the most important aspect in gaming is getting higher refresh rate and a very low input lag in conjunction with g-sync. After playing for several minutes my eyes are more sensitive to motion and input lag than black levels...keeping a overall good picture quality. Once you try it you do not want to go back.
Edited by xinelo - 4/27/17 at 3:45am
post #3239 of 3313
That is great, I'm happy for you smile.gif but I'm here in a big dilemma and I need some feedback from users who have this monitor and who have experience with this particular model, just want to know is this LED shining/blb/glow what ever bad in person as in photos for this monitor?
    
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post #3240 of 3313
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That is great, I'm happy for you smile.gif but I'm here in a big dilemma and I need some feedback from users who have this monitor and who have experience with this particular model, just want to know is this LED shining/blb/glow what ever bad in person as in photos for this monitor?

I had another unit some Months ago and the glow was terrible, I decided to return it. I would say that if you see this effect similar to the pictures don't keep that and try another unit.

Did you try to reduce brightness around 30-40 ?

PS. Sorry I did wrong quote on previous post, edited.
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