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Originally Posted by Welliam View Post

rancor

Good to know. How Asus improve response time ? I think their model is pg279q

The equivalent model is the ASUS MG279Q http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/asus_mg279q.htmhttp://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/asus_mg279q.htm it allows granualr changes to the overdrive.

It looks like there may be overdrive built into the monitor but it does not seem to be nearly as much as the AUSU MG279Q default 60 or ACERS XB270HU normal mode. This is my best guess comparing TFTs reviews images to the results using the perpixan test.

With overdrive on the images looks similar to the Asus 100 setting but not as extreme as the Acers extreme setting.

The Asus monitor also allows the overdrive changes to be carried through when running the monitor in freesync. The Acer display does not and uses an "optimal" factor setting.

The pixio overdrive setting(response time) works in freesync but seems to be ether off and extremely minimal or on and too much and useless.
post #62 of 211
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@rancor,

I see. I saw the ASUS MG279Q on newegg at $550 !! then after an hour when I refreshed the page it was back to $800 again smile.gif
post #63 of 211
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@rancor,

I see. I saw the ASUS MG279Q on newegg at $550 !! then after an hour when I refreshed the page it was back to $800 again smile.gif

At least for me it is 550 on both newegg and B&H photo in the US but not sure where you are. It's probably the best example of this monitor(in freesync) available but does require editing in CRU to bring the freesync range to 55-144Hz.
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At least for me it is 550 on both newegg and B&H photo in the US but not sure where you are. It's probably the best example of this monitor(in freesync) available but does require editing in CRU to bring the freesync range to 55-144Hz.

OMG it is back at $550 !! I am in US but after a week from now biggrin.gif
post #65 of 211
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btw no similar monitor but with G-Sync from Asus ?
post #66 of 211
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btw no similar monitor but with G-Sync from Asus ?

The pg279q is the G-sync equivalent using the same panel and having the ability to overclock to 165 Hz.



New replay from Pixio, may be a new FW in the future that fixes this.
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Originally Posted by Pixio 
In regards to the Overdrive, we have the same issue with color gradient artifact from our PCs.
We are in the process of developing a new update for the firmware, which will take some time.
We believe that your theory is highly reasonable and logical that we will take into a consideration when updating our firmware.
post #67 of 211
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The pg279q is the G-sync equivalent using the same panel and having the ability to overclock to 165 Hz.

wow but it is $800 !! I guess this is why AMD call it "free" sync
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Originally Posted by Pixio
In regards to the Overdrive, we have the same issue with color gradient artifact from our PCs.
We are in the process of developing a new update for the firmware, which will take some time.
We believe that your theory is highly reasonable and logical that we will take into a consideration when updating our firmware.

this is great, what exactly you asked them to do ? and to update we have to send the monitor back to them ?
post #68 of 211
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Originally Posted by Welliam View Post

wow but it is $800 !! I guess this is why AMD call it "free" sync
this is great, what exactly you asked them to do ? and to update we have to send the monitor back to them ?

I made the suggestion that it might be a good idea to make the response time a little less aggressive like the default settings on the Acer or Asus. As for how the update will be accomplished I have no idea.
Edited by rancor - 9/27/16 at 12:43pm
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edit - read wrong quote
Edited by speedyeggtart - 9/26/16 at 9:35pm
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Does anyone can take a picture when game mode is on ? I want to see how this monitor make dark scenes more clear
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