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post #3581 of 3900
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Originally Posted by TomCruisader View Post

You always have the option for the Eizo 2735 one, which is also 144hz. And knowing Eizo, things will be thight.
BTW I took the liberty of commenting in your video with response to your test with the picture, I redid it with mine.
Don't worry I am not a tuber and I have no need for popularity biggrin.gif
Though since I'm looking for a high contrast monitor that is at least 100hz that rules out that Eizo and basically every other TN & IPS panel since they're not high contrast.

Also I think you've mistaken me for someone else on YouTube, I've only posted vids here as the "No Name" throwaway.
Edited by Hunched - 4/20/17 at 3:54pm
post #3582 of 3900
First of all, sorry if I'm not being clear since English is not my native language.

C24FG70 1004.0 - Does anyone know what this "HotPlug Time" in service menu means? I kinda messed it up trying to lowering it, but it seems to be only going higher. Any potential harm?

Another thing is, I see some ghosting only while watching downloaded mkv. I don't know how to describe it, but it feels like color transition capability of the screen almost cannot keep up with moving scenes and cause some kind of stuttering which gets really tiresome for watching anime. I don't seem to have this kind of problem on youtube nor while gaming though. I heard that VA panels were the better choice for media consumption and 144hz makes videos feel even more fluid, so I don't know what's the case here and couldn't find anything related to what I experience on web. I'd be appreciated so much if someone could help me on this.
post #3583 of 3900
Hotplug time should be time the screen has been either powered on or on standby.
post #3584 of 3900
@Shiketsu

Not sure it's from the monitor, I don't exclude it as a possibility but check your codecs?
I don't have the issue you described.
However I had some issues with transitions in animation on a different monitor, and turns out it was the codec pack's fault.
I roll on K-Lite codec pack with the included 64bit ver of WMP classic.

@Hunched
Gotcha smile.gif
Edited by TomCruisader - 4/21/17 at 5:29am
post #3585 of 3900
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Originally Posted by Hunched View Post

Though since I'm looking for a high contrast monitor that is at least 100hz that rules out that Eizo and basically every other TN & IPS panel since they're not high contrast.

Also I think you've mistaken me for someone else on YouTube, I've only posted vids here as the "No Name" throwaway.

IPS with FALD?
post #3586 of 3900
So I just got one of these last night, and the half pixel sharpness issue is driving me nuts! Text is blurry and effects in games turn into speckled dots...

Is there a fix or workaround? Sorry Haven't read all 359 pages of this thread.
post #3587 of 3900
What retail are you?
post #3588 of 3900
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Originally Posted by Bun-Bun View Post

So I just got one of these last night, and the half pixel sharpness issue is driving me nuts! Text is blurry and effects in games turn into speckled dots...

Is there a fix or workaround? Sorry Haven't read all 359 pages of this thread.

some say adjusting sharpness and cleartype helps

For me personally, nothing helped

Best of luck though, maybe someone else can help
post #3589 of 3900
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Originally Posted by TomCruisader View Post

What retail are you?

I don't understand the question. What do you mean by retail?

EDIT: Oh, region?

I am in Canada. How do I tell which batch mine came from?
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Originally Posted by Axaion View Post

some say adjusting sharpness and cleartype helps

For me personally, nothing helped

Best of luck though, maybe someone else can help

That sucks. I am going to play with it more this weekend. I love the colors and response so I really don't want to send it back but man...

Are there any other good options for high contrast 120/144Hz displays? I play with lights out on dark games like diablo and doom, need good black levels. Stupid plasma TV spoiling me...


Maybe this one http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/asus_mg279q.htm#calibration 1200:1 static contrast ratio. 0.1 black level.
Edited by Bun-Bun - 4/21/17 at 12:10pm
post #3590 of 3900
Well black levels are uber cool. I play Doom 4 and Metro Redux on it, looks awesome.
Check the back of your monitor and see when is he manufactured. Should be bottom right.

Mine is European retail Feb 2017, and so far it is the most stable and good revision. People with the same release also confirmed that it is a stable release, though not directly in this thread.

I was also eyeing this Asus, but once I found out it was with TN, I ditched it quickly, but this is me. I dislike TN displays.
However I think the ViewSonic XG2401 is a better choice then the ASUS.

I am happy with my Samsung, and I hope every future buyer is.
Edited by TomCruisader - 4/21/17 at 2:40pm
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