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post #81 of 959
I woukld avoid this for anything other than color accurate graphics work.
Even that will not work with the curve.

IPS panels have horrible black levels.
post #82 of 959
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Originally Posted by iNSPECTAH View Post

Can someone try this monitor overclocked with freesync range 40-80?
This way you would have LFC and a slight overclock.


For me frame skipping at 80 Hz overclock. LFC is useless anyway, FreeSync/G-sync does great job making gameplay as smooth as possible, but there are no miracles, 45 FPS is the edge of smoothness, below 40 FPS won't be smooth no matter what LFC or whatever else you put on it,
post #83 of 959


Just returned my glitchy rog 34 monitor for the 34uc88 and man for the price of this thing it's just unbeatable. I've never been so pleased with a monitor.
Edited by kittysox - 7/16/16 at 7:33pm
post #84 of 959
After weeks of looking at Acer x34/Asus PG348Q I also got the non-Thunderbolt version of this monitor, even though I have a Nvidia card. My monitor says Displayport detected, but no signal when I try to switch to it. Any ideas?
post #85 of 959
Faulty dp cable? Have you tryed another one?
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post #86 of 959
I tried shutting down, reconnecting the dp cable and its working now!



Im getting noticeable blueish glow on my bottom corners, the brightness is all the way up. This is IPS glow correct? Thing is if I press the bezel down on the corners slightly the blue tint goes away. Is this common? Or is my case pretty severe?
post #87 of 959
I believe that's light bleed. It is pretty much the same on my monitor, you can check out my pics on page 8.

Your case does not look severe to me. It is hardly noticeable unless you are viewing something really dark in a room with no light.

Just my 2 cents.
post #88 of 959
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Originally Posted by probey13 View Post

I believe that's light bleed. It is pretty much the same on my monitor, you can check out my pics on page 8.

Your case does not look severe to me. It is hardly noticeable unless you are viewing something really dark in a room with no light.

Just my 2 cents.

Thanks. This was the last panel at my local Microcenter, and overall I am mesmerized smile.gif I think the smart thing to do is to keep it.
post #89 of 959
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Originally Posted by willyum32 View Post

I tried shutting down, reconnecting the dp cable and its working now!



Im getting noticeable blueish glow on my bottom corners, the brightness is all the way up. This is IPS glow correct? Thing is if I press the bezel down on the corners slightly the blue tint goes away. Is this common? Or is my case pretty severe?

For 100% brightness this is little bleed/glow for an IPS of this size, you are not getting anything better with panel of this type and size. Almost all of 34" IPS ultrawides are looking like that:
post #90 of 959
Thanks. I barely even notice it now unless I actually look for it.

Although I am still having random connectivity issues. I am starting to believe it has something to do with my bios or video card. This is because not only do I get "No Signal, going into Power saving mode" with the Displayport, but also with HDMI. Perhaps it is the monitor itself? God I hope not.

just to note, it has been occurring more frequently after I added my second 980 ti.
Edited by willyum32 - 7/17/16 at 7:09pm
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