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post #3041 of 3063 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 10:10 AM
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I think my fan is busted, It sounds like a tractor lol. Even when Idle its literally annoying now. I have been playing a lot of division 2 in HDR..may be it killed it.

I dont even know why its spinning like that, the monitor is really cool to touch and its winter here.
I literally hear nothing coming out of my monitor, even when I put my ear near it after playing hdr games for hrs. Not sure why after hearing so much complains about the fan’s noise. My ps4 pro next to the monitor sounds like a tractor though lol.

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post #3042 of 3063 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 12:37 PM
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Make sure you watch that youtube video on microsoft edge instead of chrome. Chrome will make hdr highlights blown out. At least that’s the case for me. I used Chrome to fine tune reference white and I also end up with 40-50, but if I use Edge it needs to be at 80-90.

As for the blooming, I notice it everwhere whenever a tiny bright spots on a black background. Maybe because your reference white is lower so hdr contents are dimmer so blooming is less severe
you're right man! with edge got no problems and raised luminance to 80 without issues, also 90 is fine
now i download that demos from 4kmedia.org and try them with CnX mediaplayer in windows

i also see a light bloom with black backgrounds (eg the red balls bouncing in above video) but it's not that annoying for me

i also lowered the SDR bar from windows hd colour manager

what do you think about the colour? it's better to keep RGB or 4:4:4?
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Make sure you watch that youtube video on microsoft edge instead of chrome. Chrome will make hdr highlights blown out. At least that’s the case for me. I used Chrome to fine tune reference white and I also end up with 40-50, but if I use Edge it needs to be at 80-90.

As for the blooming, I notice it everwhere whenever a tiny bright spots on a black background. Maybe because your reference white is lower so hdr contents are dimmer so blooming is less severe
you're right man! with edge got no problems and raised luminance to 80 without issues, also 90 is fine
now i download that demos from 4kmedia.org and try them with CnX mediaplayer in windows

i also see a light bloom with black backgrounds (eg the red balls bouncing in above video) but it's not that annoying for me

i also lowered the SDR bar from windows hd colour manager

what do you think about the colour? it's better to keep RGB or 4:4:4?
I think they are the same. I simply do not touch the chroma settings, so it’s always rgb
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post #3044 of 3063 (permalink) Old 04-15-2019, 06:00 PM
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Make sure you watch that youtube video on microsoft edge instead of chrome. Chrome will make hdr highlights blown out. At least that’s the case for me. I used Chrome to fine tune reference white and I also end up with 40-50, but if I use Edge it needs to be at 80-90.

As for the blooming, I notice it everwhere whenever a tiny bright spots on a black background. Maybe because your reference white is lower so hdr contents are dimmer so blooming is less severe
you're right man! with edge got no problems and raised luminance to 80 without issues, also 90 is fine
now i download that demos from 4kmedia.org and try them with CnX mediaplayer in windows

i also see a light bloom with black backgrounds (eg the red balls bouncing in above video) but it's not that annoying for me

i also lowered the SDR bar from windows hd colour manager

what do you think about the colour? it's better to keep RGB or 4:4:4?
Oh and try the video below. The blooming will drive you crazy:

https://youtu.be/E3Bf3mq1Or8
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I received this email today, figured I'd post this if anyone still cares. I doubt anything is happening in the end but it is what it is for now.
im still interested.
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do you think this monitor will be capable of 4K 144Hz HDR without chroma sub-sampling (maybe with a firmware update?) when gpus can handle it?
or DP 1.4 is physically limited and cannot be upgraded?
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do you think this monitor will be capable of 4K 144Hz HDR without chroma sub-sampling (maybe with a firmware update?) when gpus can handle it?
or DP 1.4 is physically limited and cannot be upgraded?
Display is locked to DP 1.4 and doesn't use compression so no, it will never do it. This is a solution for now. Maybe in 2022+ we get HDMI2.1 displays or better DP. So far only TVs like LG C9 OLED got HDMI 2.1 which is capable of what you ask for.
Keep in mind Asus monitors have a latency from announcement to actual release of about 24+ months, so don't hold your breath.

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I literally hear nothing coming out of my monitor, even when I put my ear near it after playing hdr games for hrs. Not sure why after hearing so much complains about the fan’s noise. My ps4 pro next to the monitor sounds like a tractor though lol.
Anyone opened the monitor to see if the fan could be torn apart and replaced with something better?

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Anyone opened the monitor to see if the fan could be torn apart and replaced with something better?
I've opened mine up before. Didn't open the cover to see if the fans are serviceable unfortunately. Also, there are actually two fans inside.
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So today was the day I was fed up enough with fan noise to take things into my own hand and disassemble the thing:
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