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Still not for sale in the US on Newegg or Amazon and this is over two months after the reviews were released. It seems like Asus has a real problem getting this to market and I am beginning to think you will never see this for sale in the US.

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I actually reached out to Newegg directly to see if they had a line of sight on it, and they had no idea when they would see this. Though I imagine it would be too much for my liking, 1500 is the most I think I can see myself dropping on a monitor.

Side note, these folks saying get a C9 OLED TV and do custom res @ 120hz.... Do you guys find that you are constantly looking around the screen while gaming? I would think anything over 35" on a desk might be too big for me.

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Still not for sale in the US on Newegg or Amazon and this is over two months after the reviews were released. It seems like Asus has a real problem getting this to market and I am beginning to think you will never see this for sale in the US.
Or maybe they're just $2,500 POS's with flickering issues that may never get fixed, or need a firmware update to fix it via sending it back to the OEM (X27 / PG27UQ fiasco all over again). Issue has been reported by over a dozen different owners.

https://community.acer.com/en/discus...x35-monitor/p1

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Or maybe they're just $2,500 POS's with flickering issues that may never get fixed, or need a firmware update to fix it via sending it back to the OEM (X27 / PG27UQ fiasco all over again). Issue has been reported by over a dozen different owners.

https://community.acer.com/en/discus...x35-monitor/p1
Am I missing something? I thought this post was discussing the Asus PG35VQ. Is the Acer using the same panel and that is why you mention the flickering?

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Am I missing something? I thought this post was discussing the Asus PG35VQ. Is the Acer using the same panel and that is why you mention the flickering?
Yes, the Acer X35 it's the same exact panel, circuirty, etc. as this Asus PG35VQ. Many high end gaming monitors are like that (it's just a different plastic bezel & different RGB & OSD's but it's essentially the same exact monitor). There's even reports from Asus people about the same issue as well even in that topic (there's other forums & places too discussing the issue).

Aka, this monitor is currently flawed, possibly to a fatal point. It could be as easy as an Nvidia Driver update, to a firmware update (may have to send back to OEM), to a hardware fault that can never be fixed.

The flickering is kind of scene specific and mileage may vary but many people can reproduce the issue by following the same patterns. The flickering is related to the overdrive setting. If you turn it off then the flickering goes away but then the panel because almost unusable with extremely high motion blur lag & black smearing which defeats the entire purpose. Also putting the monitor to 60hz fixes the issue while using overdrive. There's also scan lines and inversion artifacts related to the same issue as well it's not just the flickering issue alone.

The PCmonitors.info professional review of the X35 discovered the issue while the TFTcentral review of the PG35VQ didn't catch it.

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Ahhh, thanks for the clarification!

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Quote: Originally Posted by Seyumi View Post
Yes, the Acer X35 it's the same exact panel, circuirty, etc. as this Asus PG35VQ. Many high end gaming monitors are like that (it's just a different plastic bezel & different RGB & OSD's but it's essentially the same exact monitor). There's even reports from Asus people about the same issue as well even in that topic (there's other forums & places too discussing the issue).

Aka, this monitor is currently flawed, possibly to a fatal point. It could be as easy as an Nvidia Driver update, to a firmware update (may have to send back to OEM), to a hardware fault that can never be fixed.

The flickering is kind of scene specific and mileage may vary but many people can reproduce the issue by following the same patterns. The flickering is related to the overdrive setting. If you turn it off then the flickering goes away but then the panel because almost unusable with extremely high motion blur lag & black smearing which defeats the entire purpose. Also putting the monitor to 60hz fixes the issue while using overdrive. There's also scan lines and inversion artifacts related to the same issue as well it's not just the flickering issue alone.

The PCmonitors.info professional review of the X35 discovered the issue while the TFTcentral review of the PG35VQ didn't catch it.


Well, this problem does not occur in all models only in some and in specific conditions, so others have not detected it and in my opinion it can be removed with new firmware or drivers.

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The overpriced display with issues like flickering is finally for sale on microcenter in the US good luck anyone still buying these hdr 1000+ panels with all the issues the X35 and Pg35VQ's are already having

https://www.microcenter.com/product/...ng-lcd-monitor
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The overpriced display with issues like flickering is finally for sale on microcenter in the US good luck anyone still buying these hdr 1000+ panels with all the issues the X35 and Pg35VQ's are already having

https://www.microcenter.com/product/...ng-lcd-monitor

Considering the $2,500.00 US price and the flicker issues I am glad I got the AW3418DW in December 2017 rather than waiting for this to be released!

Real surprised this showed up at Microcenter before Newegg and Amazon.

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The overpriced display with issues like flickering is finally for sale on microcenter in the US good luck anyone still buying these hdr 1000+ panels with all the issues the X35 and Pg35VQ's are already having

https://www.microcenter.com/product/...ng-lcd-monitor
And... it's sold out.

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