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post #11 of 485 (permalink) Old 08-12-2016, 03:33 AM - Thread Starter
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How is it with fast shooters? Any problems playing shooters>> Ghosting?? Lag??? Back light bleed????

This is a 60hz monitor with a 30ms delay which is high for a modern monitor, however it might be fine depending on which monitor you're currently using. The important thing to know is that the UHD3216R is essentially as fast as a non-TN 60hz monitor can be, not if it has ghosting since all LCD monitors without back-light strobing or motion compensation suffer from LCD sample-and-hold-blur and color streaking (TN, AHVA/IPS/PLS), and/or color smearing (VA and very old IPS and TN) and/or overshoot ghosting (side effect many monitors with lazily implemented overdrive suffer from). Different kinds of ghosting:



60hz vs 120hz vs Lightboost (back-light strobing)

The UD3216R Response Time settings do nothing, but it is free from overshoot ghosting and performs like the BenQ BL3201PH's AMA Off overdrive setting: BenQ BL3201PH vs slow Samsung VA panel. View the Test UFO Ghosting test on your own monitor.

Mine does not have any back-light bleed and 32" AHVA panels suffer from less glow than most non-32" AHVA/IPS/PLS, but using it in the dark with the brightness cranked is still a bad idea. I recommend setting the brightness to 0-10 if not using a very bright ceiling light. I use a single 2600 lumen 6500k/Daylight CFL light (example) in my ceiling with the brightness set to 10.

Brightness and Contrast Chart: Measured with an X-Rite i1 Display Pro Colorimeter Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

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so overall looks good for the price.
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Looks pretty nice for the price. Anyone want to try and overclock it? If you have a NVIDIA card just create a custom resolution.

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Have one coming by EOD. Hopefully RX 470 can handle 4k within free sync range. I heard the BenQ version can overclock to 75hz
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Have one coming by EOD. Hopefully RX 470 can handle 4k within free sync range. I heard the BenQ version can overclock to 75hz
EOD? headscratch.gif
RX 470 handle 4K??
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EOD? headscratch.gif
RX 470 handle 4K??

EOD = end of day
RX 470 = AMD RX 470 video card

Found out that this monitor is actually [email protected] RX 470 actually drove it dota (only game I play) at 70+ fps. Quality is great, feels like metal bezel, metal stand. Unbelievable true 32 IPS true 4k with freesync for this price.
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I have not had any noticeable ghosting or input lag, no worse than my 1440p I came from anyways... It is a fully machined aluminum stand with a fine hairline texture to it, I love it.... The panel back is two toned as the photo shows above... Gloss at the top and a interesting matte crackle finish. The front bezel appears to be aluminum in the same matching hairline finish as the stand, although it may actually be plastic, hard to tell so far. It is an attractive monitor for sure.... The backlight bleeding is really my only negative, even at the lowered brightness of 24 it is still moderately visible on the bottom right, I could go lower still, and maybe turning the contrast down will help further.

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Default freesync range is 48 - 65. Managed to increase it to 35 - 65. May go even lower, but haven't tried.
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Default freesync range is 48 - 65. Managed to increase it to 35 - 65. May go even lower, but haven't tried.
overall good??
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overall good??

It's excellent. Tried going to 30 - 65 range, and it immediately started flashing on test. Seems 35 is good low end. Didn't try in 1 increments though too lazy to make so many inf.
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