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Originally Posted by MasterDav View Post

Not sure phones can do that kind of macro, and not sure it's relevant because you'll only see pixels matrix.
Yoiu can indeed see horizontal scanlines on first pic but those pics are too close as second pic is full of moiré.
If you use your monitor at this distance, you'll become blind in years.
Can't compare anything, your pics are full of motion blur. redface.gif
Yes please, close pics are no good, need to be taken from at least 60cm.
The same way a CPU can reach higher frequencies after a running-in period.
It's plausible.
Seriously, all you can see in "gamma" pics is blur and this video is so poor quality you can't see anything.

Please, if you want us to see what kind of gamma issues your monitor has, use a pod and record in 1080p.

Wow, that's harsh, go to the hardware.fr forum and read your PM's.
post #412 of 3509
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They are same monitors people. As Acer said you CAN'T fix scanlines, they comes with overclocking this particular LG panel

The scanlines are not directly caused by the overclock though. If you disable G-Sync and leave the OC on, no scanlines.
post #413 of 3509
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The scanlines are not directly caused by the overclock though. If you disable G-Sync and leave the OC on, no scanlines.

Either way- both are same panels, both use same G-Sync modules. It is copy-paste same monitor with different "gaming duper designs and LEDs that will blow your mind". Asus, Acer- as long as panels are the same- it is same poop.
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Either way- both are same panels, both use same G-Sync modules. It is copy-paste same monitor with different "gaming duper designs and LEDs that will blow your mind". Asus, Acer- as long as panels are the same- it is same poop.

ALL (well, most) monitors are poop these days though... name one 'premium' model that isn't plagued with all sorts of issues and where you don't enter in to one big lottery when purchasing in order to find a good one, or in most cases settle for one that's 'acceptable'. It would be funny if we weren't so busy tearing our hair out. Sad times. frown.gif
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The only brand I have ever used that are consistently A+ quality are NEC... But they are extremely expensive and do not make any gaming monitors ATM.. But anyway yes until OLED unfortunately LCD pretty much suck... I mean these 3440x1440 IPS are nice... But compared to a 200hz OLED when it comes out they will look rubbish.
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But anyway yes until OLED unfortunately LCD pretty much suck... I mean these 3440x1440 IPS are nice... But compared to a 200hz OLED when it comes out they will look rubbish.

That's technology for you. a 400Hz OLED 4k ultrawide will make the 200hz OLED look like rubbish, then something else will make that look rubbish and so on.

Personally love the panel, hate the coil whine. Hopefully replacement will not have any whine and I will be happy for a next 4-5 years smile.gif
     
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So when you choose one of those two- go for look, go for design, but don't expect one brand being better than other. It is still AUO in the end biggrin.gif.

The panels are made by LG not AUO...
post #418 of 3509
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The panels are made by LG not AUO...

Ow God....not again.... The point was- Asus or Acer- it is THE SAME. AUO panels or LG panels- they use the same panels, same technology, same specs. Basicely- pick your poison.

Now let me edit my previous post so you can sleep well.
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post #419 of 3509
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Ow God....not again.... The point was- Asus or Acer- it is THE SAME. AUO panels or LG panels- they use the same panels, same technology, same specs. Basicely- pick your poison.

Now let me edit my previous post so you can sleep well.

No AUO and LG are different, the panels are different, but yes the PG348Q and X34 are basically the same, they both use the same LG panel.
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Originally Posted by Radox-0 View Post

That's technology for you. a 400Hz OLED 4k ultrawide will make the 200hz OLED look like rubbish, then something else will make that look rubbish and so on.

Personally love the panel, hate the coil whine. Hopefully replacement will not have any whine and I will be happy for a next 4-5 years smile.gif

Do you have the G-Sync pendulum scan line pictures yet
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