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Hmmm starting above 60hz is kinda counter productive to the point of freesync no? If you are getting a solid 60+ fps you can just lock it in at 60hz and no screen tearing without freesync.
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Hmmm starting above 60hz is kinda counter productive to the point of freesync no? If you are getting a solid 60+ fps you can just lock it in at 60hz and no screen tearing without freesync.
I said it drops to somewhat down that 30-40 range, imho.
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Hmmm starting above 60hz is kinda counter productive to the point of freesync no? If you are getting a solid 60+ fps you can just lock it in at 60hz and no screen tearing without freesync.
If you cap your framerate at 60, you still get screen tearing. If you enable v-sync, you get input lag.
    
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post #34 of 37
Can someone with a CFG70 confirm this Problem?


It comes on the Video from YouTube @ 1:25 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xcJtL7QggTI&feature=youtu.be

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post #35 of 37
Hi,

I am wondering how the curve works in use.
The curved displays on Ultra wide large screens kind of makes sense to me.
Because they strech out to the sides and a person usually sits close to them.
But on TV's, it doesn't make too much sense to me, because a person usually sit's far away, and as such, it is not "inside" the curve to take advantage of it.
I'm kind of thinking the same with this, as even the 27 inch is not big enough for the user to be inside the curve. We would have to be using the screen with the nose right next to it.

But how does it work in use?
Is the curve really an advantage?

Cheers!
post #36 of 37
Hi all im back and found a good tech review for this monitor on a asian site. Here is what they have listed for MPRT rate. http://rhyshan.com/483


MPRT rate of C24FG70: Standard 4ms/Faster 2ms/Fastest 1ms
Input Lag is 7~8ms and is not affected by respone speed and pre-syn setting.


Also someone asked me how do I know that HDMI is pre-calibrated only is based on the report that came with the monitor.

Still love this monitor and many of my family members have now joined the Quanton Dot bandwagon.
post #37 of 37
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I have mine now. There are 3 issues with it and these issues effect ALL CFG70s. Yours too.

1. Mild flickering in desktop when FreeSync is active.

Turn on FreeSync and throw on a YouTube video.

2. Far right side of screen, blue line of pixels when FreeSync is enabled.

Turn on FreeSync and throw up a black background.

3. Purple Overshoot. Load up Skyrim or Counterstrike and go stand by a grey wall. Stand still, move around, stand still. You'll see it. Search for it on YouTube, few videos of it.

These problems are well known now and effecting all C24FG70s.

We're all hoping for a firmware / driver update. Apparently the FreeSync issues should be addressable in a driver update, but the purplish issue will require firmware as it is probably an Overdrive issue.

I dont use Freesync ever. I have an nvidia card, plus Freesync is for lower fps games which I never have low fps at 1080P. lol
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