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post #111 of 577
Please don't make us wait on the updates LOL
post #112 of 577
I've never heard of ULMB being available in the CP but I just checked everywhere and it's not. It's absent from the monitor OSD as expected.

The most aggressive OD setting is basically unusable or broken. It causes some insane ghosting.

The back has a USB port that's plugged with a rubber thingy and is labeled "DO NOT USE SERVICE ONLY" so hopefully it is updatable via USB like the CHG70.

Thankfully no PWM and Gsync works fine all the way down to 30hz without the strange brightness/gamma flicker that happens on my friends Z35P at below 40hz.

Text does not suffer from blur like on the CHG70. It looks appropriate to me.
Edited by AngryLobster - 12/7/17 at 6:57pm
post #113 of 577
Good to hear there might be a way to update firmware. Fastest OD setting is trash as expected, like on almost all monitors biggrin.gif
post #114 of 577
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I've never heard of ULMB being available in the CP but I just checked everywhere and it's not. It's absent from the monitor OSD as expected..

https://international.download.nvidia.com/geforce-com/international/images/nvidia-g-sync/nvidia-gsync-nvcpl-configuration-ulmb-mode.png
post #115 of 577
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Just set mine up. Messing around with it now. 165hz OC works no problem but lemme test Gsync with the Pendulum demo and see if any issues develop.
How does rtings 5% and 50% test grey look?
post #116 of 577
Yeah I looked there and only Gsync / Fixed Refresh Rate are available.

I'm really liking this thing. Uniformity is damn good compared to the curved crap I've had as is backlight bleed. I'll post some pictures in a bit.
post #117 of 577
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The monitor is not going to have ULMB. What is important is what MPRT number do you get here in which the white and black squares are of the same size:

https://testufo.com/mprt

You take the black vs white and then reverse the colors white vs black and then average the two numbers.
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post #118 of 577
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The monitor is not going to have ULMB. What is important is what MPRT number do you get here in which the white and black squares are of the same size:

https://testufo.com/mprt

You take the black vs white and then reverse the colors white vs black and then average the two numbers.

Those are very poor values you've chosen. You're asking him to do 255->0 and 0->255 tests and VA panels are not really that bad with those transitions. The one I suggested in my post earlier, I think it was 0>63 seems much better. He can also run 0>100 or 0>150, works just as good. You can do MPRT test between any 2 colors, not just black and white. Ofc you still do it both ways and average the result.
Edited by padman - 12/7/17 at 7:40pm
post #119 of 577
Is this what you're asking for?

https://imgur.com/a/KJKw7

EDIT: Jeez I didn't even bother reading the directions. Lemme do that.

4.4 with a black background

3.6 with a white background (this was really hard to judge).

So 4 MRPT.
Edited by AngryLobster - 12/7/17 at 7:55pm
post #120 of 577
Crossing my fingers that this is finally a GSync panel worth getting. The bulk of them have tacky designs, or QC issues.
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