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I was experiencing some major issues when I played PUBG. The game I joined was slow motion, I figured it was a driver issue, so I manually updated the monitors drivers and also my Nvidia drivers. That fixed the slow motion issue. But now I am left with a highly annoying flickering. From what I've read online this was a common issue in game menus and title screens, but im experiencing this in game and it is highly annoying and visible. Its like everything on the screen flashes every few seconds randomly. I am not sure if the servers were laggy or ****ty yesterday but the game didn't play nearly as smooth as it had on my x34 either.

Hi Butch,
Joined just to comment that I am having the same problems as you in PUBG with my AG352UCG.

Intel Xeon 3.2Ghz, MSI GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Quick Silver, 16GB RAM, Win7x64

I updated my Nvidia drivers to latest (~v385 I believe) and am seeing a greyish/darker brightness flicker while playing in a match. Also I can't seem to get GSync to work at all in Nvidia's Pendulum demo.

I read in some angry Nvidia forum threads that rolling drivers back to 362.0, 365.xx, or 368.xx might fix the issue. I know this particular monitor had flicker issues on older drivers, but I will try nonetheless and report back if I find a fix. If you try different drivers you should use DDU to uninstall existing drivers first.

I am also going to try manually installing the monitor's .inf driver that is on AOC's website to see if that helps.
Edited by rbross3030 - Yesterday at 10:05 am
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Hi Butch,
Joined just to comment that I am having the same problems as you in PUBG with my AG352UCG.

Intel Xeon 3.2Ghz, MSI GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Quick Silver, 16GB RAM, Win7x64

I updated my Nvidia drivers to latest (~v385 I believe) and am seeing a greyish/darker brightness flicker while playing in a match. Also I can't seem to get GSync to work at all in Nvidia's Pendulum demo.

I read in some angry Nvidia forum threads that rolling drivers back to 362.0, 365.xx, or 368.xx might fix the issue. I know this particular monitor had flicker issues on older drivers, but I will try nonetheless and report back if I find a fix. If you try different drivers you should use DDU to uninstall existing drivers first.

I am also going to try manually installing the monitor's .inf driver that is on AOC's website to see if that helps.

Hey rboss303,

I am running AMD Ryzen 1700, Gigabyte Aorus GTX 1080ti Xtreme, 32GB Ram, Win10.

The slow motion issue was resolved with the .inf file from AOC's website in combination with updating Nvidia drivers to their current version (387.92). The last time I played I noticed significantly less flickering (still had occasional flickering so I don't think the issue was fixed). Let me know how rolling the updates back to those version works out as I am curious if those will fix it. I am not getting any sort of flickering in any other games and my g-sync works in the Nvidia Pendulum demo.

Another complaint that keeps running through my head is how there seems to be a washed out look to games. It seems almost as if there is a fog over everything in game. I followed TFT's OSD settings and applied their recommended ICC profile, so my colors should be calibrated. Maybe that is just how VA panels are (coming from an x34) but I was also under the impression that contrast should be more defined and significantly better than the IPS panel.

Thanks for the reply,

Butch
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