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post #131 of 145 (permalink) Old 12-04-2018, 10:28 PM
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I got my 43" 4K 120 Hz Mango in. Definitely the best gaming display out there. Size/resolution/refresh combo is killer, even though the picture quality leaves much to be desired.

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I got my 43" 4K 120 Hz Mango in. Definitely the best gaming display out there. Size/resolution/refresh combo is killer, even though the picture quality leaves much to be desired.
Were you able to adjust the setting to get a decent picture?
Also any word on freesync yet?
I have titan xp and been playing battlefield 5 on my old wasabi 49 uhd 60 was thinking about grabbing new one .
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Were you able to adjust the setting to get a decent picture?
Also any word on freesync yet?
I have titan xp and been playing battlefield 5 on my old wasabi 49 uhd 60 was thinking about grabbing new one .
Does anyone notice screen tearing? thanks
if I get one I will just calibrate it with my I1displaypro
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Does this display support Freesync yet? Nvidia is going to offer Freesync support now so this display is definitely on my list as soon as it's enabled.

It looks like the ASUS Strix XG438Q uses the same panel and will offer Freesync 2 support. Probably cost double of the Wasabi Mango.

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Supposedly there is a firmware update somewhere out there.

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Supposedly there is a firmware update somewhere out there.
Hopefully that's the case so someone can test it next week once Nvidia offers their Freesync enabled drivers.

If Asus can enable Freesync 2 on their panel the Wasabi should be able to do the same.
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FWIW you can enable VRR/G-Sync with the Nvidia driver update today. This is for the UHD430. Woohoo!
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FWIW you can enable VRR/G-Sync with the Nvidia driver update today. This is for the UHD430. Woohoo!
Really? That is very interesting.

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Really? That is very interesting.
did you get freesync/gsync working on the wasabi mango yet vega?
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