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post #61 of 253
Can you please check for trailing on this tests?
Test #1, Test #2, Test #3
post #62 of 253
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Can you please check for trailing on this tests?
Test #1, Test #2, Test #3
I would say small trail first test, half of the first on the second test and none on third.
post #63 of 253
interested in this, just had to return my z35 to Amazon because the colour shifting was getting worse if anything, unless I had ULMB on everything got really blurry in fast motion games.

really hoping the response times are better with this z35p, since it lacks ULMB that option isn't even there to help .
post #64 of 253
Just remember though: this uses the same panel as the OMEN X 35
post #65 of 253
OC is done through the gsync module, same trick Acer/Asus applied to the LG panel in x34 and pg348q...

but AU Optronics' AMVA technology does have its inherent issues with the ghosting/slow gtg pixel response time -- Samsung's PLS (another type of VA essentially) has marginally better performance in comparison
post #66 of 253
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OC is done through the gsync module, same trick Acer/Asus applied to the LG panel in x34 and pg348q...

but AU Optronics' AMVA technology does have its inherent issues with the ghosting/slow gtg pixel response time -- Samsung's PLS (another type of VA essentially) has marginally better performance in comparison
It's a better panel but it's freesync not gsync...
post #67 of 253
are you talking about the samsung PLS panel? yes, most of the current samsung monitors with PLS panels are freesync equipped.

but gsync/freesync has nothing to do with the gtg response time of the panel itself -- gsync is essentially a controller that forces the panel to refresh at the same rate as your gpu's fps output, so samsung can certainly slap on a gsync module to its PLS monitors and compete with AUO, but we all know what "gsync tax" does to pricing (and affecting demand and sales and all that other business crap...)
post #68 of 253
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Originally Posted by Aur0ra12 View Post

OC is done through the gsync module, same trick Acer/Asus applied to the LG panel in x34 and pg348q...

but AU Optronics' AMVA technology does have its inherent issues with the ghosting/slow gtg pixel response time -- Samsung's PLS (another type of VA essentially) has marginally better performance in comparison

PLS is samsung's ips type panel. not VA type.
you mean SVA.
post #69 of 253
well, VA is technically a type of IPS panel...but I was under the impression based on reading from sources like TFTcentral that samsung's PLS is samsung's "VA", but i could be wrong because there are just so many of these acronym out there...
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Now this is a display that I didn't even know I've been waiting for. Finally a 120hz ultrawide. Congrats on a good buy. I can't wait until this is available in the states. thumb.gif

what he said! id take a 34x1440 @120 and above over the 4k 144 @27" all day. any word when this coming to US?
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