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The PG279Q suffers from input delay going from 144hz to 165. Not enough to offset the benefit of the additional frames, but enough to make the difference more negligible than it could be. I wonder whether the same is true for the Viewsonic.

If you're using Gsync without capping your frames at least 10~ish below the refresh rate, you are going to have input delay. Viewsonic would be the same, but it's not the monitors fault if you don't know what you're doing.

http://www.blurbusters.com/gsync/preview2/
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post #322 of 579
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Originally Posted by Celeras View Post

If you're using Gsync without capping your frames at least 10~ish below the refresh rate, you are going to have input delay. Viewsonic would be the same, but it's not the monitors fault if you don't know what you're doing.

http://www.blurbusters.com/gsync/preview2/

You'll also have screen tearing.

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/965224/geforce-drivers/gsync-not-working-100-/1/

The frame rate caps wouldn't have affected the 144hz vs 165hz comparison they did, as far as I know.
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Going through the second return, both panels came with a dead pixel. Idk if i'm just unlucky or the QC seems to be on par with asus. I'm not even picky about the BLB since I always use my monitor with the room well lit but dead pixels at $700 is definitely a return.
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Going through the second return, both panels came with a dead pixel. Idk if i'm just unlucky or the QC seems to be on par with asus. I'm not even picky about the BLB since I always use my monitor with the room well lit but dead pixels at $700 is definitely a return.

Happens to even the best monitors. My Eizo (top 3 monitor manufacturer) FS2333 originally came with 1 dead pixel. It's just part of the game of buying monitors and no manufacturer is immune to shipping out monitors with dead pixels. My Dell U2715H also came with a dead pixel.
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Happens to even the best monitors. My Eizo (top 3 monitor manufacturer) FS2333 originally came with 1 dead pixel. It's just part of the game of buying monitors and no manufacturer is immune to shipping out monitors with dead pixels. My Dell U2715H also came with a dead pixel.

I have nothing to contribute but to fist bump your Eizo. I had a FS2333 and a EV2736W and they are great monitors. I was disappointed Eizo opted not to release a Gsync monitor or I would have been all over it. Eizo charges a premium for their dispays but the QA/QC and build quality justify the additional cost.

In other news, I'm still very happy with my Viewsonic - enough so that I've removed all the peelers and am thinking of getting a Vesa arm for it smile.gif
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I have nothing to contribute but to fist bump your Eizo. I had a FS2333 and a EV2736W and they are great monitors. I was disappointed Eizo opted not to release a Gsync monitor or I would have been all over it. Eizo charges a premium for their dispays but the QA/QC and build quality justify the additional cost.

In other news, I'm still very happy with my Viewsonic - enough so that I've removed all the peelers and am thinking of getting a Vesa arm for it smile.gif

It's a great monitor I still own it. Ultrafast IPS response time and no input lag with the high quality and color accuracy of an Eizo you can't go wrong. I had a taste of 27" 1440p goodness though and now a 23" 1080p monitor is so bleh!
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It's a great monitor I still own it. Ultrafast IPS response time and no input lag with the high quality and color accuracy of an Eizo you can't go wrong. I had a taste of 27" 1440p goodness though and now a 23" 1080p monitor is so bleh!

If Gsync wasn't so cool I would be all over the Eizo FS2735. Have you thought about getting one?
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If Gsync wasn't so cool I would be all over the Eizo FS2735. Have you thought about getting one?

I thought about it but I have NVIDIA and for that price with 144hz it just doesn't make sense without G Sync.
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Agreed 100%.
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Anyone notice their monitor spawning random artifacts that move over the entire screen while overclocked? Had it happen for the first time today. They went away when I removed the overclock. I don't think I'll be overclocking any more.
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