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    ASUS TUF Gaming VG32VQ: World’s 1st display with concurrent motion blur reduction & Adaptive-Sync

    Does anyone with one of these ELMB monitors use an AMD card? Before I publish my review of the VG27AQ and look like an idiot for getting it wrong, does ELMB work properly on AMD cards? TFTCentral mentioned getting it working on AMD but not on Nvidia, and that's the situation I'm in. I don't...
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    Critique My LG 24GM79G Review

    Back when Netscape Navigator was a thing, I was pretty good at throwing together a webpage. Everyone had roughly the same resolution monitors, so if you kept your page width less than 800 pixels, you were good. Now everything needs to be responsive, so you can look at it on your phone, sideways...
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    Critique My LG 24GM79G Review

    I've put together a video review of the LG 24GM79G, and I was hoping the HardForum Display folks would tell me everything that's wrong with it! Some notes: It's twenty minutes long, which is definitely too long, but I wanted to have an initial video explaining where all the measurements come...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    SwedishMeatball WinDAS works fine on Win 10. Just make sure to register msflxgrd.ocx. It's been a while, but I think I had to use the SysWOW64 directory instead of System32.
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    crt_modern_user Check out this post I made on BlurBusters in 2014 about getting WinDAS to work for both an IBM P260 and a Dell P1130: https://forums.blurbusters.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=504 Try spacediver's suggestion about the COM port. If that works, great! But I'm worried that your adapter...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    CRT-Guru It's a shame you can't use YCbCr on your AMD card 'cause the Benfei works pretty well for how cheap it is... but only in YCbCr. I think your monitor is the same as my Dell P1130, and I'm able to lower the pixel clock into a region where the Benfei in RGB doesn't have the green...
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    Looking for >gigabit between 2 PCs, I'm just at the 10m range of sfp+ DAC

    arnemetis your thread here inspired me to try the same thing myself, although my setup seems to have gone a bit easier than yours. I was looking to network three PCs with a 10Gb connection; two are in the same room, but one is in the basement, so I needed at least a 10 meter run for that one...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    Enhanced Interrogator I didn't even know that was there! I'll get to the EDID, but I did some more testing. Custom resolutions added in CRU will only show up in the Nvidia control panel if they're below 340 MHz. So for instance, 2300x1737x60 shows up (399.99 MHz), but 2300x1740x60 does not...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    I didn't mention the name because at the time I thought it was lousy. But since it seems to work OK with YCbCr, it's the Benfei HDMI to VGA adapter. He linked the amazon page in this post...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    CommandoSnake Thank you! Although now I'm having a lot of trouble getting custom resolutions to work in YCbCr. The max that will show up in nvidia's control panel is 2048x1536 at 74 Hz (334.46 MHz). A single Hz higher and nothing shows up in the list. I've been messing around in CRU for about 40...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    Enhanced Interrogator The adapter's default extension block reports a max HDMI bandwidth of 225 MHz, but that seems to be ignored by the Nvidia driver. Even with no modification, it'll display... an "image" at 345 Mhz. I tried changing the max to 400 or even 600 MHz, but nothing changed with the...
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    24" Widescreen CRT (FW900) From Ebay arrived,Comments.

    Just got in that HDMI adapter CommandoSnake mentioned earlier, and it's pretty awful. While it'll display an image at a 345 MHz pixel clock, the quality is terrible. In fact, anything past 181 MHz shows green lines and dots on the dark parts of the image. The auxiliary USB power made no...
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    Samsung UN40KU6300 40-Inch 4K

    MaZa At those exact settings, PC mode measures 4376:1 and the other 4014:1 ANSI contrast, but these are limited in precision because the Optix XR can only measure brightness to the nearest hundredth (0.04, 0.05, etc.). You're right about the transition from 45 to 46 brightness, but at lower...
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    Samsung UN40KU6300 40-Inch 4K

    Samsung targets BT.1886. Here are the gamma results for PC mode: White line is the target response, while the yellow is measured. I know it's a bit off, but if you start adjusting the brightness and contrast settings to make the whole line track better, you start clipping detail in the...
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    Samsung UN40KU6300 40-Inch 4K

    SuplexCity Sure! These settings work on my display (firmware 1207) and give a DE below 2 for nearly every color. As I mentioned to Ape, these should get you in the ballpark, but without a colorimeter, you can only expect so much. If you're used to most displays, which usually ship way too blue...
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