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    Quote Originally Posted by chrtp91 View Post
    Thanks for the information. I know the struggle with aac 2.0 and that´s currently not possible to use it on pc. As far as i know the blu ray with dolby vision also got the HDR10 information wich the monitor supports.

    Yes it is possible. It’s the only proper way to watch 4K UHD Blu-Ray discs on PCs.*
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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Yes it is possible. It’s the only proper way to watch 4K UHD Blu-Ray discs on PCs.*
    Which media player are you guys using to watch 4k hdr movies? I'm trying powerdvd18 but somehow*the specular highlights seem not as bright and the picture is not as sharp as my oled. My reference white (nits) is set at 80 in the osd. Talking about that reference white option, it's hard to set it right. Tftcentral and pcmonitors say leave it at 52 for displayport but I feel even at the default 80 hdr movies seem dim like mentioned above. For ps4 pro connected via hdmi I have no idea which reference white setting is correct as the default 80 is dim as well, even dimmer than my oled which is sth I did not expect

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array briansu PC Specs
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    Graphics Card #1EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadchip12 View Post
    Which media player are you guys using to watch 4k hdr movies? I'm trying powerdvd18 but somehow*the specular highlights seem not as bright and the picture is not as sharp as my oled. My reference white (nits) is set at 80 in the osd. Talking about that reference white option, it's hard to set it right. Tftcentral and pcmonitors say leave it at 52 for displayport but I feel even at the default 80 hdr movies seem dim like mentioned above. For ps4 pro connected via hdmi I have no idea which reference white setting is correct as the default 80 is dim as well, even dimmer than my oled which is sth I did not expect

    Cyberlink PowerDVD 17 and I have no issues.
    ASUS Z270 Maximus IX Formula / i7-7700K 4.5GHz / EVGA 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING / ASUS PG27UQ / 64GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200MHz @ CL 14 / Samsung 960 Pro 512GB / HGST Ultrastar He12 Helium / LG BH16NS55 / Corsair AX1200i / Window 10 Pro 64-Bit



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    Quote Originally Posted by briansu View Post
    Cyberlink PowerDVD 17 and I have no issues.
    what is your reference white nits setting?

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    Led array grid visible

    Hi friends. I recently bought the monitor and while everything is ok by my standards , i am wondering if anyone else is bothered by the led grid array being visible in uniform colors and especially in HDR because of the increased brightness WHEN fald is active , regardless of it's speed. It is also visible in games in panning shots where fog , mist etc is present. I also wonder if it is visible in all PG27UQ's or in some it is there in lesser degree or not even at all . By my research it seems that many full array led tv's have this problem also , but one in particular Sony x900f with 48 zones doesn't have it . It can very well depend on the local dimming algorithm also . I am attaching two photos that illustrate the problem . Weird thing about the photos is , that when you press f11 to go full screen ( for example full screen solid dark grey image ) the grid disappears. That's why i am saying that it may very well have something to do with the local dimming algorithm and not so much about the panel itself. Maybe something that it can be fixed with an update ? If and ever asus releases one ......
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    ah....Is my monitor busted? When switching to HDR, the monitor went wrong.

    https://imgur.com/a/lhH5pIi

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    Quick question.

    Does the monitor automatically switch black levels when switching between full and limited in HDR?

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