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Especially stuttering and frame skipping wink.gif. But every X 35 Omon is obvious affected by blurry motion. It's result of the the slow AUO AMVA panel. This issues are already known, for example, from the Z35.
Edited by asus1889 - 4/18/17 at 9:24am
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Got mine yesterday and put it on my ergotron arm. Haven't seen any dead pixels yet, but will do some more looking. From what I can tell BLB seems to be minimal, and a little less than my PG278Q.\


The picture below is in a completely black room, with an ISO of 3200 as that was the only way I could get any light on the monitor to show up on the camera. I have a picture of one with ISO of 200 and 800 and I couldn't see the monitor on the picture. I used Eizo pixel checker black screen to test. Luminance was around 25-27. Anything higher than that, and it was painfully bright in games.

ISO 3200 really extenuates any light areas on the monitor, and in a completely black room, it was pretty even. Is this on the better or worse end of these monitors? Might order another from Amazon to compare. I don't really use in complete dark, but will test with more games and more time.


     
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post #513 of 705
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Originally Posted by CaliLife17 View Post

Got mine yesterday and put it on my ergotron arm. Haven't seen any dead pixels yet, but will do some more looking. From what I can tell BLB seems to be minimal, and a little less than my PG278Q.\


The picture below is in a completely black room, with an ISO of 3200 as that was the only way I could get any light on the monitor to show up on the camera. I have a picture of one with ISO of 200 and 800 and I couldn't see the monitor on the picture. I used Eizo pixel checker black screen to test. Luminance was around 25-27. Anything higher than that, and it was painfully bright in games.

ISO 3200 really extenuates any light areas on the monitor, and in a completely black room, it was pretty even. Is this on the better or worse end of these monitors? Might order another from Amazon to compare. I don't really use in complete dark, but will test with more games and more time.



That looks good. Pretty sure that's just VA glow you're seeing around the border.
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Originally Posted by pakal77 View Post

Hey Lim just finishing calibration, it's even better now, really i barely notice color difference between ips and this va screen, here i loaded some fotos to see the differences

http://imgur.com/a/CIH2v

i'm making an official thread in the italian forum so i will put there all the infos i have for this monitor!!

Sweet. Looks good. What are you using to calibrate. I'm using the omen x35 icc but I'd like to calibrate as well
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post #515 of 705
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Originally Posted by asus1889 View Post

Especially stuttering and frame skipping wink.gif. But every X 35 Omon is obvious affected by blurry motion. It's result of the the slow AUO AMVA panel. This issues are already known, for example, from the Z35.

Of course, VA is just the slowest panel type, with some other advantages. It's just personal preference which of the disatvantages bothers you less. This monitor has 1 frame skip every 1 second, but until today I don't noticed any stutterings while gaming. Hopefully I get an answer from HP. I wrote them in 4 different ways, 2x Facebook (HP and Omen by HP site) as well as technical support and normal contact mail from HP. Hopefully I can get some informations about firmware updates. If you choose a VA panel type, you just must consider that you get a bad gtb response time, and the VA glow from its viewing angles

https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/FrameSkipping/frameskip.jpg

Nevertheless, it's an issue that exists and is not acceptable for this price
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Hey Lim just finishing calibration, it's even better now, really i barely notice color difference between ips and this va screen, here i loaded some fotos to see the differences

http://imgur.com/a/CIH2v

i'm making an official thread in the italian forum so i will put there all the infos i have for this monitor!!

Yeah calibration helps especially within gamma settings
Edited by LimsCave - 4/18/17 at 10:52am
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If I made purchasing decisions based solely on the threads in this forum I would never buy anything because every monitor is terrible. Every monitor is disappointing. Every monitor needs to be returned at least 5 times before getting a useable one. Jeez guys.
Edited by Mrip541 - 4/18/17 at 12:27pm
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You are right, excluded Eizos 5 k Euros color edge monitors. They are not good for gaming but colors and homogeneity are very good biggrin.gif.

Most users are "blind" and don't notice all bugs and failures. And than they are saying the monitor is fine biggrin.gif.
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If I made purchasing decisions based solely on the threads in this forum I would never buy anything because every monitor is terrible. Every monitor is disappointing. Every monitor needs to be returned at least 5 times before getting a useable one. If you think your monitor is fine then you're just a blind noob.

Everybody has a different tolerance level. It's not unreasonable to expect a certain level of quality from a panel over $1000, especially when so many panels exist that don't have problems like frame skipping, flickering, or below average viewing angles.

That's kind of the whole issue here: "OTHER VA panels that cost less don't have issue X, why does this one have it?"
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My tolerance level is nearly 0 at arround 1000 $. The only failure I would accept is a little bit blb and glow. I send my X35 Omen back, because its crap. Hate it. The colours are crap, the homogeneity is crap compared to LG IPS, response time is crap, glow and blb is crap, the osd is crap, stuttering/frame skipping is crap, viewing angles are crap and the edge led back light (which is shining from the bottom and top) is also crap. Only good things were the case and the stand.

The X34A is a different world concerning gaming (response time), colors, homogeneity etc. . But coil whine @ 100 hz (especially on bright screens) and blb/glow in dark scenes is also crap.


All in all the X34A is in my case 230 Euros cheaper (850 Euros vs. 1080 Euros) than the X35 Omen and has less disadavantages.
Edited by asus1889 - 4/18/17 at 12:42pm
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That looks good. Pretty sure that's just VA glow you're seeing around the border.

Good to hear. Ya it is the first time having hands on time with a VA panel, so 100% sure its intricacies when it comes to the panel.
     
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