to clear up any confusion, you can update the monitor driver in device manager(in windows and not the monitor) and alter the freesync range, as already proved by the people who brought us the ability to hack the ranges ourselves with an inf. http://www.guru3d.com/news-story/own...mple-hack.html
the overdrive function not working at 120hz and 144hz can only be fixed by a firmware update and not a driver, which is the reason they are talking about warranty. i have to send mine back for a firmware update to get the overdrive function working.
the aoc rep is talking about two different things.
Alright, thanks for clearing that up. By the time I get around to purchasing one they should have updated the firmware on them, sucks that people who already purchased them have to pay to send them back but at least they caught it early instead of 6 months down the line.
Yeah, but in all fairness, those running at that low of resolution are doing a balancing act of cost and battery life (usability). Which is why you end up with products like that. You aren't going to see that disappear unless components because significantly (on a couple of orders of magnitude) better at power consumption or battery technologies make a quantum leap forward.
i'd prefer they go with 1280x800 instead of 1366x768, it even has slightly less pixels yet a bit more usable.
and its more prevalent with budget tablets, but for some reason not in laptops, yes 1280x800 is 16:10.
on the other hand, this being 1080P doesn't really surprise me, its of the cheaper monitors so its to be expected.
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Isn't that usually something you determine before you buy?
I did ask my local store, and they didnt know about this, they said in the email i had to mail the serie number to AOC.
But i guess i will see once its arrived, i dont know if its an old batch of new, i also stated that in my mail, but they just said to me i had contact AOC for that.
So we will see once its arrived i guess, i really hope i dont have to send it back to updates its firmware.
Because i dont know if its a new batch in their warehouse or an old one.
But seeing the post from the AOC rep on the UK forum i thought this issue should be fixed, since its 2months old.