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post #131 of 290
@smonky download the windows 8 or 8.1 drivers i can't remember which one has the inf file then manually install that one for the screen and see if that fixes it i honestly can't remember what i did about a year ago to fix the issue
post #132 of 290
How low can this monitor go when adjusting the height? TFTcentral say it can go down to 40mm above the desk, but pcper implies it won't go anywhere near that low.
post #133 of 290
52 mm
post #134 of 290
Guys i am planning to buy this monitor, but something that bothers me alot is the reports of blurry text fonts. I tend to read alot and if the text on this monitor is blurry this will be a deal breaker for me. I read some opinions on hardocp forums and it seems blurriness is not fixable even when using the menu settings. Could someone confirm or reject this information? Also how is text sharpness compared to a regular 60hz 1440p monitors like Dell 2715, 2713 and so on?
post #135 of 290
No blurriness. Clarity is great.
post #136 of 290
Perfect clarity, i think it depends on calibration and settings
post #137 of 290
no blurry fonts whatsoever only issue i have is when csgo derps from switching resolution and crashes both my screens but it happens once in a blue moon and i more suspect the nvidia driver than the screen lol
post #138 of 290

Just ordered two with plans to go with three in the next couple months.  Coming from an ASUS PB287Q 4K monitor.  Excited to use this setup with my sim rig.  Pretty sure this will work my FuryX in crossfire on EK blocks. :D

 

Recently also purchased an HTC VIVE for sim racing, but found out i get nauseous when racing for longer periods.  Triples should help with longer sessions.

 

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post #139 of 290
Does this display not actually do 35-144Hz Freesync? Should I grab the Acer instead? I don't want to be messing around. I just want as much range as possible.
post #140 of 290
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Originally Posted by deadman3000 View Post

Does this display not actually do 35-144Hz Freesync? Should I grab the Acer instead? I don't want to be messing around. I just want as much range as possible.
It does Freesync at 35-90hz by default. You can however mod the drivers and allow a higher range, such as 35-120 or 50-144.
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