Originally Posted by Fluffyman
That's exactly the reason why I can't understand anyone worrying about 21:9 support. Even in the worst case scenario you are getting what you would have gotten anyways (most decide between 34" 21:9 and 27" 16:9). Having this in mind made the 21:9 format a no brainer for me, the panel just has to deliver enough performance.
Yeah, but you lose a lot of real-state. You can play @ 16:9 on a 21:9, sure thing. But it is far from ideal.
Originally Posted by boredgunner
Yeah, my only real concern is size. I'll see if I can fit a 35" monitor on my new desk. Even if I dislike 21:9 I'd still like to get one of the upcoming 3440 x 1440 high refresh rate G-SYNC/ULMB monitors (AU Optronics based) and switch it to 16:9 with black bars. Better than my low contrast IPS glow or the tiny low resolution FG2421 I'm getting in a few days.
Why do you get all the goodies? I would get a FG2421 If I could, but they aren't available in Europe. At least not the re-certified, cheap units. I want one!!!
Originally Posted by LunaTiC123
Amazon.de has it for 403 euros instead of the msrp 449 which is pretty nice, I kinda want one but probably gonna wait for the tftcentral review to see the real response times, still VA 3000:1 and 144hz that's pretty nice if doesn't have very high response times in some pixel transitions like the fg2412 did.
Too many god damn horror games (normal games too...) were ruined cus of the damn backlight bleed and ****ty contrast ratio
Indeed. And the more you notice it, the more it bother you and so on. It is a circle.
Originally Posted by aliquis
I watched these videos, thank you for posting them. What i find curious is that you can see him browsing through the OSD on the c24fg70 several times, but there is no ULMB or low Blur option or whatever they may call it.
It seems to be completly missing from this model, maybe he is using an early review sample or am i missing something ?
The fastest gaming modes include strobing. Anytime he touches something on the OSD he is switching the gaming mode on and off. If you look carefully you can see the screen flicker when the game mode is on, due to strobing.