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post #181 of 379
are the Fast 144 and the Pixio PX277 basically the same? Honestly for the price the Fast 144 goes for I wouldn't consider it, it's too close to some of the mainstream branded monitors and id pay a bit more for what you get along with that.

The pixio on the other hand is cheap enough to overlook those thing..but I worry about things like input lag and PWM.
post #182 of 379
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Looks a bit strange TBH, how come the colour settings are in "region adjust", are the rest of the options dumped in "Set"?


The translation is a bit wonky... "Region adjust" is where all the basic settings are (colour, gamma, contrast etc.) and "Set" is the display settings (FreeSync, overdrive, DCR etc.)
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You reckon all of them will have a 40-144Hz Freesync range out of the box?

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are the Fast 144 and the Pixio PX277 basically the same?
I think they are both using the same actual LCD panel on the inside, the differences are in the physical build of the monitor and supposedly the Freesync range of the Crossover is officially 35-90Hz but on the Pixio is 55-144Hz
Edited by yogalD - 8/4/16 at 9:26pm
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You reckon all of them will have a 40-144Hz Freesync range out of the box?

I don't know... I think we should verify this. If anyone reading this has a 27 Fast, it'd be great if you could download CRU (from here), click "Edit" and post a screenshot with the FreeSync range.
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You reckon all of them will have a 40-144Hz Freesync range out of the box?
I think they are both using the same actual LCD panel on the inside, the differences are in the physical build of the monitor and supposedly the Freesync range of the Crossover is officially 35-90Hz but on the Pixio is 55-144Hz

Does the fast 144 also support gsync?
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Does the fast 144 also support gsync?

doh.gif No monitor supports both Free-Sync and G-Sync. Either a display supports one or the other.
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Hi, i just got this monitor today and its faulty.

Vertical lines keep appearing but turning monitor off and back on few times fixes it. (pics included)




Im using Win 10 , Fury X with HDMI.

What am i doing wrong?

the lines appear at random places.
post #188 of 379
So what settings do everyone use? Currently i use stock settings only with the backlight at 0-15 anymore and it becomes too bright.
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Hi, i just got this monitor today and its faulty.

Vertical lines keep appearing but turning monitor off and back on few times fixes it. (pics included)




Im using Win 10 , Fury X with HDMI.

What am i doing wrong?

the lines appear at random places.

See if any other inputs work, and if not just return it, because it's clearly faulty.
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Hi, i just got this monitor today and its faulty.

Vertical lines keep appearing but turning monitor off and back on few times fixes it. (pics included)




Im using Win 10 , Fury X with HDMI.

What am i doing wrong?

the lines appear at random places.

Have you tried DP input ? could be a bandwidth issue if you have overclocked the monitor.

BTW everyone there is a new crossover monitor named 27x144 its 1440p 144hz TN panel but no freesync i think.

There is also the ganjidog Adobe RGB one for people requiring full adobe rgb coverage.
Edited by Yviena - 8/9/16 at 5:54pm
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