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post #31 of 55 (permalink) Old 09-22-2019, 02:02 PM
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Not really. You can make out a few letters here and there but I wouldn't consider it fully legible. Remember this is still a sample and hold display and 240Hz isn't quite enough to make the street names readable.
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Yeah like a really bad song on the radio that the station keeps repeating and repeating.
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On my XB252Q I can read the street names in that test. So this monitor would be a downgrade in that respect?
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On my XB252Q I can read the street names in that test. So this monitor would be a downgrade in that respect?
Well yeah you can read it but it's not like it's strobing clear is what I'm getting at. I'm positive your XB252Q is not as clear as a monitor that's using strobing as well.

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On my XB252Q I can read the street names in that test. So this monitor would be a downgrade in that respect?
Your comparing 1080pee to 1440pee

The lower the resolution, the less crisp the image....the less crisp the image, the easier it is to not notice blurring.

Once you get up to 4k 120hz+ on an IPS or VA you just want to gouge your eyes out because 4k quickly turns to NO-K once you pan the camera.

Yeah like a really bad song on the radio that the station keeps repeating and repeating.
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I have to say that I much prefer this monitor to my my Asus xg248q. Motion clarity feels so much better to me. Overall clarity is quite a bit better too. For whatever reason on the XG248q, things always kinda felt like a blurry mess. Maybe it's the coating on it. Definitely not just resolution as my previous 1080p 240hz monitor didn't really give me issues. Don't really notice any difference in input lag. Colors seem comparable with an edge to this Omen x27. When I calibrated it, it does show 100 percent SRGB coverage. The gamma is a little off as mentioned. Very happy with it though for use as a competitive gaming monitor.
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Your comparing 1080pee to 1440pee

The lower the resolution, the less crisp the image....the less crisp the image, the easier it is to not notice blurring.

Once you get up to 4k 120hz+ on an IPS or VA you just want to gouge your eyes out because 4k quickly turns to NO-K once you pan the camera.
lol

someone should use that last bit as their marketing jargon.

"Tired of your 4K quickly turning into No-K? Invest in our 9000hz refresh rate tech today! It will totally make it better!"

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lol

someone should use that last bit as their marketing jargon.

"Tired of your 4K quickly turning into No-K? Invest in our 9000hz refresh rate tech today! It will totally make it better!"

Yeah like a really bad song on the radio that the station keeps repeating and repeating.
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Change the monitor's color mode to "native" to fix the overshoot. I was about to return the monitor until I did that.

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Hp Omen X27 2560x1440 @ 240hz $649 September Release

$599 on HP website is tempting.
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Another quick update. Played some Gears 5 horde mode last night on this monitor, and that's a game where I can't hold over 200 fps very well. Normally in the 160-200 range. Surprisingly, no obviously noticeable overshoot even in that frame rate range either. If 160-240fps is a useable range for max overdrive that just makes the Lenovo even more worthless. Hopefully Malinkadink can support my claims with some other games. I'll try out Apex legends tonight as I can only get around 150-180fps in that game as well.
Mista, how is the AR film on this panel? People on Reddit are saying it is super grainy/terrible (a few said they actually returned it because of the AR film). Do whites sparkle? On basically every TN gaming panel I've had to remove the AR film it's so bad.

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