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post #11 of 22
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Originally Posted by Leopardi View Post

I wonder if 1440p in CHG75 will help with the text fuzziness

if higher pixel density, slightly - but if it uses the same panel, its a flaw in how the panel actually works

at best it will diminish the issue slightly.


compared to my old 22" 1680x1050 TN monitor, the text is downright hilarious

I might prefer an old CRT that havent been degaussed for 15+~ years when it comes to text clarity, or rather lack of clarity.
post #12 of 22
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This monitor is on par with the PG248q or its just me i just got a 30 mins test of both in the shop i went in. this monitor has a 4ms gtg right?
post #13 of 22
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Originally Posted by Emeeazy View Post

This monitor is on par with the PG248q or its just me i just got a 30 mins test of both in the shop i went in. this monitor has a 4ms gtg right?

I urge you to read the thread related to the samdung monitors, also theres a few reviews which answer these questions

But for some reason they all say text clarity is fine, which is odd.
post #14 of 22
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Originally Posted by Axaion View Post

I urge you to read the thread related to the samdung monitors, also theres a few reviews which answer these questions

But for some reason they all say text clarity is fine, which is odd.

but at their pictures you can clearly see that the text is rendered incorrectly tongue.gif
post #15 of 22
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Originally Posted by Astreon View Post

but at their pictures you can clearly see that the text is rendered incorrectly tongue.gif

What pictures?, the ones in the thread?, yeah man i know - im the one that brought it up in the first place in the thread tongue.gif

If you meant reviews, IIRC they all claim "standard pixel layout", and no issues and so on.

I dont know about their monitors, but mine certainly had no way to ever get the same level of text quality as my current monitor.
post #16 of 22
No, I meant the pictures in the reviews, esp. showing interpolation. It's really easy to see that the text there "starts" from the middle of the pixel, meaning nonstandard layout that gives HELL with cleartype.

For some reason, no review mentioned it. I really hate the credibility of reviews nowadays.
post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by Astreon View Post

No, I meant the pictures in the reviews, esp. showing interpolation. It's really easy to see that the text there "starts" from the middle of the pixel, meaning nonstandard layout that gives HELL with cleartype.

For some reason, no review mentioned it. I really hate the credibility of reviews nowadays.

I dont recall those pictures, but as i have owned the C24FG70, i belive you.

Sometimes i wonder if they actually check themselves, or just read off the back of the box
post #18 of 22
Thread Starter 
Since C24FG73 will be the replacement of this version hope same issue from the older version are fix and the freesync range get to 40-144 not 70-144
post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by Axaion View Post

I dont recall those pictures, but as i have owned the C24FG70, i belive you.

Sometimes i wonder if they actually check themselves, or just read off the back of the box

What monitor did you get after rma the samsung?
post #20 of 22
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Originally Posted by Emeeazy View Post

Since C24FG73 will be the replacement of this version hope same issue from the older version are fix and the freesync range get to 40-144 not 70-144

unless they fix the whole pixel structure (which would mean, essentially, a completely different monitor), no revision is going to fix anything.
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