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03-07-2020 06:38 PM
badkarma3059
Quote: Originally Posted by Blejd View Post
I had the same problem, the fans were still working after the monitor was turned off, but all you need to do is to turn on> Display Port Sleep Mode> On / Hdmi Sleep Mode> ON In in the settings options, and the problem persists, the fans are still working about 15-30 sec after turning the monitor off and turning off.
Tried this and it worked. After approx. 1 minute the fans shut off. Thanks for the info
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03-01-2020 02:40 AM
Blejd
Quote: Originally Posted by Goofy Flow View Post
Just owned this monitor, really impressed by the 1000 nits peak but unfortunately as many of you I have the flickering/vertical lines/inversion artifacts issues.

I just updated the firmware but the issues still there...

Any thought?
For me, after the firmware upgrade everything has been fixed and it's ok, no flickering and other problems.
03-01-2020 02:39 AM
Blejd
Quote: Originally Posted by badkarma3059 View Post
tried a search and couldn't dig anything up. Or maybe I'm just tired and effed it up lol. Anywho, has anyone had issue with the fan on this monitor ramping up to full speed when the monitor is turned off? Seems like an issue as the fan does not turn back off. Asus wants me to send it back in for "repair" and I am trying to avoid that if I can as I don't have much fath in getting it back any time soon, or even fixed.

Thanks in advance
I had the same problem, the fans were still working after the monitor was turned off, but all you need to do is to turn on> Display Port Sleep Mode> On / Hdmi Sleep Mode> ON In in the settings options, and the problem persists, the fans are still working about 15-30 sec after turning the monitor off and turning off.
02-13-2020 12:50 AM
badkarma3059 tried a search and couldn't dig anything up. Or maybe I'm just tired and effed it up lol. Anywho, has anyone had issue with the fan on this monitor ramping up to full speed when the monitor is turned off? Seems like an issue as the fan does not turn back off. Asus wants me to send it back in for "repair" and I am trying to avoid that if I can as I don't have much fath in getting it back any time soon, or even fixed.

Thanks in advance
02-09-2020 05:48 AM
Goofy Flow According with Blur Busters this panel, at least mine but idts, suffer of what's called "inversion artifact", this behaviour generate faint visibile vertical lines, most visible during horizontal motion in solid colored pattern.

This test show of this issue:
https://www.testufo.com/photo#photo=...uit=0&height=0

I think this behaviour is common with high refresh rate G-Sync monitor, in fact my old PG279Q suffer for the same issue (though my previous Acer X34 don't suffer at all, maybe LG's panel vs AUO's panel idk) but with a 2500€+ price tag this is unacceptable, as this thing ruin totally the experience.
02-07-2020 01:31 PM
Goofy Flow Just owned this monitor, really impressed by the 1000 nits peak but unfortunately as many of you I have the flickering/vertical lines/inversion artifacts issues.

I just updated the firmware but the issues still there...

Any thought?
01-10-2020 02:23 PM
TwinTurbo Glad they finally released the fix and definitely happy I can update the firmware myself without having to send it back to Asus.
01-10-2020 12:45 PM
animeowns
Quote: Originally Posted by Seyumi View Post
Only took 7 months and after a newer/better model was already announced (the 32" 4k 144hz HDR 1400 one). Going in the right direction but I jumped off the "gamerz" LCD train and went onto OLED and I'll never look back no matter what.
I had lcd before oled I can't just give up on lcd I would actually miss it somewhat if I only used strictly oled but that's just me.
01-10-2020 12:29 PM
Seyumi
Quote: Originally Posted by animeowns View Post
wow asus actually fixed the flickering on the pg35vq via firmware update that is available for download for everyone. This is good I now have a bit more confidence in buying the PG32UQX

https://www.asus.com/support/FAQ/1041768
Only took 7 months and after a newer/better model was already announced (the 32" 4k 144hz HDR 1400 one). Going in the right direction but I jumped off the "gamerz" LCD train and went onto OLED and I'll never look back no matter what.
01-10-2020 06:56 AM
skupples those monitors seem cool, until you wrap your head around how much stretching you'll be dealing with... you may want that though, cuz simming n stuff, n its like a peripheral zoom when on foot so that's a win too! sometimes you'll even be able to see thru walls, if in the right position.
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