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  1. #11
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    Deptos MANLEY

    Hi guys!

    What can i say?!

    It verry depending on content quality. I've tried all those images and this video on two other monitors i have. Those monitors is old, but show me the same. Why?
    Because the content is pure. Low resolution and colors. So i think there is no problem with PG248Q. This monitor is just too bright and thats all.

    dricens

    Please upload this video from another monitor if you can.

    The HDMI if working fine for me now. I have done a clear install and all gradient i back to me

    If you test monitor with gradient test you will see good gradient for TN panel.

    Only one thing is noticeable in game. Gamma is to bright. So i need to low it as low as i can. And brightness to 5-10. I set gamma to 2,5 and color temp Normal.

    All those pixelisation you see is nothing more than quality of content.
    Last edited by Dmitriy957; 11-05-2016 at 09:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmitriy957 View Post
    Hi guys!

    What can i say?!

    It verry depending on content quality. I've tried all those images and this video on two other monitors i have. Those monitors is old, but show me the same. Why?
    Because the content is pure. Low resolution and colors. So i think there is no problem with PG248Q. This monitor is just too bright and thats all.

    dricens

    Please upload this video from another monitor if you can.

    The HDMI if working fine for me now. I have done a clear install and all gradient i back to me

    If you test monitor with gradient test you will see good gradient for TN panel.

    Only one thing is noticeable in game. Gamma is to bright. So i need to low it as low as i can. And brightness to 5-10. I set gamma to 2,5 and color temp Normal.

    All those pixelisation you see is nothing more than quality of content.
    No problem, I agree with you monitor brightness prohibitive, may be this is the problem?

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    dricens

    The pixelization is still there we just don't notice it.

    When i play Metro or Dead Space i set brightness about 5% and gamma in game to 0.
    Last edited by Dmitriy957; 11-05-2016 at 10:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dmitriy957 View Post
    dricens

    The pixelization is still there we just don't notice it.

    When i play Metro or Dead Space i set brightness about 5% and gamma in game to 0.

    Have you tried to reproduce Blu-ray content is normal?

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    dricens

    All good quality content is fine. Games like Vanishing of Eatan Carter looking good. Old games looks horrible. Dead Space, Bioshock 2. But Bioshock Infinity looks fantastic! So i think no need to worry about this.

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    Blu-Ray looks good for me now.
    Does the monitor of you guys also need some warm up time before it gets darker? lol for me its about 20-30minutes.

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    Kuishi

    Hi!

    Cant say for shure about burn in time, but maybe! I will test

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm experiencing the same thing over a display port cable and a GTX 1070. Using HDMI is not a solution as the refresh rate is capped at 60hz - you wouldn't have bought this monitor in the first place if you were happy with 60hz! Even filling out the captcha image when posting this reply, I can barely make out the characters it's so pixelated.

    I have tried Nvidia settings, windows settings, ICC profiles, monitor settings and I can't get this looking acceptable.

    An example below, horrendous pixilation around an image on Asus's website:

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    Maybe there is something wrong with combination PG248Q and new NVidia driver but what?

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    Lightbulb

    Guys what version of the drivers you are using a 375.50?

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