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    Hey is there any updates on when the firmware update will be available for these monitors? I love the monitor but things are a little too black/dark when overclocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubba123 View Post
    I have not made a post on this forum in awhile I have been away enjoying life working with friends and family gaming on my off days about to take a vacation at end of this month. I just came to report the BFGD and the PG35VQ have been delayed into 2019


    You got a link for where you heard that the pg35vq is delayed into 2019?

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    Can anyone explain 98 HZ HDR vs 120HZ HDR to me?

    Right now I have
    98 HZ
    4K HDR
    4:4:4 colour
    10 bit

    At 120 HZ what am I sacrificing for the HDR? TFT Central says I have the option of doing:

    120HZ
    4K HDR
    4:4:4 No Chroma Subsampling
    8 bit colour

    Is the above correct? Because there have been posts online saying the above is for SDR ONLY and HDR is only possible with the below

    120HZ
    4K HDR
    4:2:2 Chroma Subsampling
    10 bit colour

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    Question

    I finally gave in and purchased an Asus PG27UQ. So far it's a super nice upgrade (coming from a triple monitor setup with 3 Asus 248Q which are 24" 1080p 60hz TN panels). Before I get too complacent with the upgrade though I thought I'd double check to be sure that the PG27UQ has an acceptable amount of backlight bleed while I can still swap it out if needed. Coming from the old terrible TN panels anything looks good to my eyes currently lol.

    It seems to have a bit in the top right and left of the screen (more on the right). Here are a couple screenshots (1 more realistic, 1 taken in complete darkness to overexpose/over exaggerate it). Both are with the FALD turned off and brightness maxed out.

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    Are PG27UQ with mfd july, august 2018 quieter than the early revision from june 2018 ?

    I read something about a new revision which has been released by Asus at the end of july 2018.
    Last edited by angrybluebird; 09-10-2018 at 02:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angrybluebird View Post
    Are PG27UQ with mfd july, august 2018 quieter than the early revision from june 2018 ?

    I read something about a new revision which has been released by Asus at the end of july 2018.
    Mine is pretty quiet but I haven't did any gaming on it yet. Looking at the fan it looks much better than the one I saw in the Acer version at least (Acer version is a super flat rounded blade fan, Asus version has a chunky blade fan like the image below). Asus provides some nice long standoffs to use with a VESA mount (which is what I'm using) so it gets plenty of airflow as well.

    Where would you see the revision number? On the box or on the monitor itself?

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    You can see the manufacturing date on the label, behind the monitor.

    The PG27UQ looks like this inside.

    2 crappy fans. One spins with 2400 rpm (which isnt silent) and the other with 600 rpm .
    Last edited by angrybluebird; 09-10-2018 at 03:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bugme-not View Post
    Can anyone explain 98 HZ HDR vs 120HZ HDR to me?

    Right now I have
    98 HZ
    4K HDR
    4:4:4 colour
    10 bit

    At 120 HZ what am I sacrificing for the HDR? TFT Central says I have the option of doing:

    120HZ
    4K HDR
    4:4:4 No Chroma Subsampling
    8 bit colour

    Is the above correct? Because there have been posts online saying the above is for SDR ONLY and HDR is only possible with the below

    120HZ
    4K HDR
    4:2:2 Chroma Subsampling
    10 bit colour
    I haven't tested it myself yet (waiting on my 2080 TI to come in, my current video card can't push higher than 4K 60hz) but I've watched a video where someone used 120hz/4K HDR/4:4:4/8 bit. He even showed how it was displaying 10 bit patterns properly even though the monitor was set to 8 bit which was odd (so in essence he was basically running 120hz/4K HDR/4:4:4/10 bit).

    https://youtu.be/HRepgcXxeaw?t=13m21s

    (skip to 13:21 if it doesn't do it automatically)

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    My PG27UQ fans sound nearly like this, in front of the monitor. Who thinks thats silent, has to go to an ear doctor .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maconi View Post
    I haven't tested it myself yet (waiting on my 2080 TI to come in, my current video card can't push higher than 4K 60hz) but I've watched a video where someone used 120hz/4K HDR/4:4:4/8 bit. He even showed how it was displaying 10 bit patterns properly even though the monitor was set to 8 bit which was odd (so in essence he was basically running 120hz/4K HDR/4:4:4/10 bit).
    Thanks for the reply and video buddy. It was actually an interesting watch. Although I did note he didn't actually show the test again when he swapped back to 120hz 4k HDR. Although that is just being nitpicky.

    I saw a post earlier in this thread saying 120HZ 4kHDR 4:2:2 10 bit is the only possible setting, this seems wrong. After seeing the video i'll have a fiddle around nvidia control panel.

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