I love my Asus PB298Q 29" IPS :D aka Ultrawide Moniters

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  1. ASLayerAODsk

    ASLayerAODsk Master Guru

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    anyone else pick up an ultrawide moniter yet? I must say, my gaming has improved quite a bit with the expanded view from my Asus 27". Im not really too sure if I notice much of a difference from the 2ms to the 5ms, but the colors on the IPS are so much better than the LCD, but I guess thats to be expected too :)

    Oh and movies...even with the border on a bezeless moniter...you don't even notice it...as long as they fit the 21:9 aspect ration. :)
     
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    SLI-756 Banned

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    what about gaming?
    isn't the fov too funky?
     
  3. ASLayerAODsk

    ASLayerAODsk Master Guru

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    nope..it the most immersive single screen Ive ever played on...and Ive played on a lot....since Wolf 3D :)

    and now that Ive just found out I can jack it up another few hz to get a bit better picture quality..im even happier about it :D

    ..and now I've been shown the ways..and I am now running at 72hz :D
     
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  4. Deathchild

    Deathchild Ancient Guru

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    Can't you crank it up a lil more? I oced my old samsung to 76hz.
     

  5. ASLayerAODsk

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    I could, to 75hz, but I'm going to see how things do @ 72hz for now. 72hz seems to be the magic number for stability from what Im learning. Which is paramount to me.
     
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    yasamoka Ancient Guru

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    Checked if the monitor is skipping frames with this?
     

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