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post #451 of 465
4K at 27" is unnecessary, even at 32" I need scaling on my desktop and things in game are too small if you can't scale the UI. One of my games has no UI scaling so I have to play at 1440p just to be able to see text in game.

if 27" is enough get 1440p, if 4K is a must, get 32" minimum.
post #452 of 465
Has anybody noticed a colour cast developing over time on theirs?

Mine seems to have a yellow cast to it now - not sure how to fix it. I've already reset the settings on the OSD just to be sure - it's at default settings at the moment. Photograph below shows MBP on left hand side, and the QNIX 3216R on the right hand side.



Regards,
Victor
post #453 of 465
It REALLY depends whether you should get this or not. Personally, I'm very happy. Despite the issues this monitor has, I love it . I love 4K, and I love a LARGE display. Below 30 inches would suck to me personally, but you could do it. I rarely get the screen flickers though, and never has it been during gaming. I am not a serious enough gamer though that if it ever did somehow miraculously happen during a game causing me to die that I'd care too much.

The biggest reason I got this monitor is that 4K 144hz monitors are coming soon, and I don't see much of a point in sinking too much money into anything when that's coming. So I'd rather buy this monitor, and even a cheap high refresh monitor than buy an expensive monitor and then upgrade again at 4k 144hz.

4k 144hz I expect to be truly available by 2018, so I see monitors now as a stop gap solution.
post #454 of 465
i am actually considering to purchase this screen should i or shouldn't i. it will be paired with 2 980ti's in sli and either my 6800k rig or my ryzen 5 1600 rig.
THANKS IN ADVANCE
RUBEN
post #455 of 465
I've read some of the quality issues from a few pages back. This even more worrisome: some reporting dead monitors after a few weeks/months, including the author of this YT review (see comments):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ4KFYPBa9I

Seems more of a lottery buy than other korean monitors.

Also had read that (either this or the UHD325) specifies a 6 amp power brick, and the one shipped is 5 amp? Wonder if that can affect display performance over time.
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post #456 of 465
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Originally Posted by blued View Post

I've read some of the quality issues from a few pages back. This even more worrisome: some reporting dead monitors after a few weeks/months, including the author of this YT review (see comments):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ4KFYPBa9I

Seems more of a lottery buy than other korean monitors.

Also had read that (either this or the UHD325) specifies a 6 amp power brick, and the one shipped is 5 amp? Wonder if that can affect display performance over time.

Hmmm now that's an interesting theory. I wonder if that has anything to do with the random flickers everyone has been getting. I'd hate to try an alternative power source and **** up the monitor. But I think an experiment like that is justified lol. I'll try to find one on amazon or something.

(plugs in new brick. place explodes) lol.
post #457 of 465
I've seen posts in this thread of people saying it fixed the problem I believe. Search around again and confirm for yourself. I personally just don't care. As long as it lasts until 4K 144hz freesync is out that's all that matters to me.
post #458 of 465
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I've seen posts in this thread of people saying it fixed the problem I believe. Search around again and confirm for yourself. I personally just don't care. As long as it lasts until 4K 144hz freesync is out that's all that matters to me.

I'm looking at the monitor now and come to think of it i don't think it came with any power brick. Just a cord and a korean to US plug adapter. Lol. I'm wondering what I should even order now.
post #459 of 465
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I'm looking at the monitor now and come to think of it i don't think it came with any power brick. Just a cord and a korean to US plug adapter. Lol. I'm wondering what I should even order now.

I was wondering the same. But I think I remember there is actually a power brick stuffed into the back of the monitor. I doubt that it would make a difference though, but worth a crack. I barely notice the flickering any more.
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I was wondering the same. But I think I remember there is actually a power brick stuffed into the back of the monitor. I doubt that it would make a difference though, but worth a crack. I barely notice the flickering any more.

Which cord/ adapter did you order? I'll give that one a shot.
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