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post #3221 of 3249 (permalink) Old 10-12-2019, 03:38 AM
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Guess what.... i went to the pax rog booth today, they had 3 pg35vq setup. All 3 had flickering.
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I really wanna know who OK'd the stuff and how many working PG35VQ actually exist.

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I really wanna know who OK'd the stuff and how many working PG35VQ actually exist.

Prolly zero because I have seen the exact same behaviour on 4 PG35VQ's. Literally took me under 5mins to reproduce it. It only happens in certain scenes, like on the trees in witcher etc. So people who are using them prolly dont have good knowledge of monitors or arent able to see the flickering/scanlines..
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Firmware problem, which means it affects 100% of them. I'd bet Kot0005's paycheck on it.

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I'm using a PG35VQ for now and to be honest it's a much better experience compared to my PG27UQ. I definitely noticed flickering on the Steam download bar however I haven't seen anything yet that would disturb me in games (RE2/RE7, SotTR, BDO, League of Legends, Alien Isolation). I consider myself quite picky when it comes to displays so take that as you will. I'm not sitting 5cm in front of the panel looking for issues, I wanted to get a unbiased opinion and that's it pretty much. That being said: I highly doubt I'll keep the PG35VQ, however I'm not sure where to go to for a stopgap until 34/35" OLED. I cba to go back to backlight bleed galore, and a C9 is too large for my personal taste. Realistically speaking first gen OLED monitors being fault free is wishful thinking so there's that too.


Edit: Spoke too soon I guess! I just came across something in RE2 which is actually worse than what I've seen in the usual Battlefield videos and such.

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I'm using a PG35VQ for now and to be honest it's a much better experience compared to my PG27UQ. I definitely noticed flickering on the Steam download bar however I haven't seen anything yet that would disturb me in games (RE2/RE7, SotTR, BDO, League of Legends, Alien Isolation). I consider myself quite picky when it comes to displays so take that as you will. I'm not sitting 5cm in front of the panel looking for issues, I wanted to get a unbiased opinion and that's it pretty much. That being said: I highly doubt I'll keep the PG35VQ, however I'm not sure where to go to for a stopgap until 34/35" OLED. I cba to go back to backlight bleed galore, and a C9 is too large for my personal taste. Realistically speaking first gen OLED monitors being fault free is wishful thinking so there's that too.


Edit: Spoke too soon I guess! I just came across something in RE2 which is actually worse than what I've seen in the usual Battlefield videos and such. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqKCvNeyHak

Yes this issue is on every monitor 10000% I mean I check 4 of them and found the problem in under 5mins..

you gotta turn off all that ambient light before recording a vid.
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All of these monitors should be returned.

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Ye, C9 is on the way and the PG35VQ is getting picked up tomorrow for return.



People on r/ultrawidemasterrace file this under ghosting, comparing it to what you'd see on a 240Hz panel and well.. Justifying a purchase is fine and all if that makes you sleep at night; however this issue certainly doesn't look like ghosting to me.
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Ya, so why doesn't any other monitors entire picture flicker when moving then?

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Ya, so why doesn't any other monitors entire picture flicker when moving then?
Exactly. Plenty of VA panels have piss poor response times but don't exhibit flickering on this level. This is beyond some typical VA panel response time problem.

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