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    If the PG35VQ is at 1500$, I will get it without thinking twice for the following reasons:

    I am interested in PG35VQ much more than the PG27UQ because: PG27UQ has a max 98hz for full image quality in HDR (10bit RGB 444) due to 2160p resolution and DP1.4 bandwidth limitation. PG35VQ is 1440p (ultra wide), I am sure we will have 144hz at least without compromises: RGB 444 10bit HDR. I prefer 1440p over 2160p due to higher frame rate in game (less demanding), even 2080Ti is not enough for latest AAA game at 2160p (even 60fps is not achievable), e.g. Assassin creed ODYSSEY, refer to the YouTube benchmark. VA works much better than IPS with HDR and FALD, due to much better native contrast ratio, the halo effect on the PG27UQ is very bad due to the very low native contrast ratio of IPS.
    The mega contrast of VA that can achieve approx. near to 0.05cd/m2 of black level at SDR brightness (that is required by VESA HDR specification) even without FALD , this means we will have ultra low to no halo effects.
    35 inch is amazing. 2160p is approx. 1.7 times more demanding than 1440p (ultra wide). And if you need to play at medium settings at 2160p, what you will gain in pixel density, you will lost it with graphics quality, 2160p was never a good choice for gaming, when you play at 100 fps and above, you can never go back to 50-60 fps. Smoothness is always a king.

    Response time of the VA panel in PG35VQ is much better than any other VA panel in the market, it is a new VA panel model from AUO, because they mentioned 4ms GTG response time instead of all other VA panel in the market where it is mentioned a response time of 5m GTG.
    Already watched the video for the X35 ghosting at 200hz on Youtube (UFO test), this is normal at such ultra high frequency, and if this panel is able to go to 200hz, means it is a new technology and at 120-144hz, we will have much lower ghosting than any other IPS, btw also IPS have ghosting, I have now the XB271HU and before the XG2703-GS, and both have ghosting at 144hz.
    Last edited by ELIESEH; 10-13-2018 at 08:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIESEH View Post
    If the PG35VQ is at 1500$, I will get it without thinking twice for the following reasons:

    I am interested in PG35VQ much more than the PG27UQ because: PG27UQ has a max 98hz for full image quality in HDR (10bit RGB 444) due to 2160p resolution and DP1.4 bandwidth limitation. PG35VQ is 1440p (ultra wide), I am sure we will have 144hz at least without compromises: RGB 444 10bit HDR. I prefer 1440p over 2160p due to higher frame rate in game (less demanding), even 2080Ti is not enough for latest AAA game at 2160p (even 60fps is not achievable), e.g. Assassin creed ODYSSEY, refer to the YouTube benchmark. VA works much better than IPS with HDR and FALD, due to much better native contrast ratio, the halo effect on the PG27UQ is very bad due to the very low native contrast ratio of IPS.
    The mega contrast of VA that can achieve approx. near to 0.05cd/m2 of black level at SDR brightness (that is required by VESA HDR specification) even without FALD , this means we will have ultra low to no halo effects.
    35 inch is amazing. 2160p is approx. 1.7 times more demanding than 1440p (ultra wide). And if you need to play at medium settings at 2160p, what you will gain in pixel density, you will lost it with graphics quality, 2160p was never a good choice for gaming, when you play at 100 fps and above, you can never go back to 50-60 fps. Smoothness is always a king.

    Response time of the VA panel in PG35VQ is much better than any other VA panel in the market, it is a new VA panel model from AUO, because they mentioned 4ms GTG response time instead of all other VA panel in the market where it is mentioned a response time of 5m GTG.
    Already watched the video for the X35 ghosting at 200hz on Youtube (UFO test), this is normal at such ultra high frequency, and if this panel is able to go to 200hz, means it is a new technology and at 120-144hz, we will have much lower ghosting than any other IPS, btw also IPS have ghosting, I have now the XB271HU and before the XG2703-GS, and both have ghosting at 144hz.
    there is already a 1440p freesync 2 3440x1440 @ 144hz 10bit panel out by LG now for $1399

    I've decided to go ahead and get a 49 inch wasabi mango 4k 120hz panel it can run 1080p @ 240hz 1440p @ 144+ hz
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/WASABI-MANG...r-DU:rk:1:pf:0
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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba123 View Post
    there is already a 1440p freesync 2 3440x1440 @ 144hz 10bit panel out by LG now for $1399

    I've decided to go ahead and get a 49 inch wasabi mango 4k 120hz panel it can run 1080p @ 240hz 1440p @ 144+ hz
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/WASABI-MANG...r-DU:rk:1:pf:0
    this is the proof to what i said according to tft, no need for chroma subsampling at 144hz

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELIESEH View Post
    this is the proof to what i said according to tft, no need for chroma subsampling at 144hz
    I'd personally love a display this size for gaming with gsync features as I have used 5k before this resolution would be amazing if it had 100hz 5120x1440 I really wanted to get into ultrawide but feel 34 inch is too small I still might buy this display for gaming but it would be weird going back to 60hz

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    My PG27UQ allows me to set the Reference White up to 500 nits. Is that normal?

    My previous PG27UQ which I returned due to too many dead pixels only allowed me to set the Reference White up to 300. The new one I received (which unfortunately has defective pixels as well) allows me to set the Reference White up to 500 nits. Which means that I can make an image even brighter than my previous unit. This isn't of much practical use in the majority of cases as going above 200 is usually too bright, however there are a few HDR videos I've tried which only look decent at 500 and look dull on my previous unit when set at the max of 300. So why does this particular unit allow an adjustable range of 20 - 500 when the manual only states a range of 20 - 300? Do I have a special unlocked unit?
    Last edited by Metacortex; 10-18-2018 at 05:56 AM. Reason: typo

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    Thumbs up Pg27uq rma

    Hi guys,

    Not sure if anyone else had this issue. Play a game as normal. PG27UQ power failed completely, can't power it back up.

    Purchased a replacement power brick of the exact same spec, it arrived yesterday, tried it last night, no luck.

    Plug power in, power light cuts out after 1-2 seconds then nothing.

    Sending it back for a full replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nachopants View Post
    Hi guys,

    Not sure if anyone else had this issue. Play a game as normal. PG27UQ power failed completely, can't power it back up.

    Purchased a replacement power brick of the exact same spec, it arrived yesterday, tried it last night, no luck.

    Plug power in, power light cuts out after 1-2 seconds then nothing.

    Sending it back for a full replacement.
    I have resolved the issue just by restarting my pc. lol
    Last edited by bubba123; 10-22-2018 at 01:03 PM.

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    according to a user who owns this panel the 4k korean 43 inch and 49 inch variants can be overclocked at 1080p to 296hz and 1440p 240hz resolutions something we can't currently do on the pg27uq and acer x27

    https://forum.level1techs.com/t/4k-w...p-1-4/133261/7

    43 inch 4k 120hz
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/253614049402

    49 inch 4k 120hz
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/WASABI-MANG...r-DU:rk:4:pf:0



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    Can we have an idea from a ROG moderator when will the firmware update of the PG27UQ be available to update the monitor ourselves?

    Thanks

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    Monitor Updates 32 4k 144hz, 21:9 Ultrawide 200hz, 240hz 1440p TN

    Quote Originally Posted by Glerox View Post
    Can we have an idea from a ROG moderator when will the firmware update of the PG27UQ be available to update the monitor ourselves?

    Thanks
    http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/blog/au-...-october-2018/

    Update it appears the 32' 4k 144hz monitors are on hold for now but there are plans for a 43 inch BFGD and a 65 inch that are in development so we should see those in Q1 2019.

    There are also plans for AUO to develop 240hz 1440p TN based panels this info is directly from TFT central

    Ultrawide monitors PG35VQ , Acer Predator X35 these monitors are currently in mass production as of Q3 2018 so we should see these in Q1 2019 so hold on to that Christmas money.
    Miniatura de Adjuntos Miniatura de Adjuntos update rog.JPG  


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