Dell Alienware AW3423DW 34″ QD-OLED 175Hz (3440 x 1440)

Draver

Weaksauce
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It is OLED property that's too organic to emit steady light at the start of each frame. There is oscillation happening. Or it doesn't have involuntary/general PWM behavior in a short period enough to cause eye strain.

Eyes cannot stare at a flickering monitor at just average 200nits brightness for long.

I have said it somewhere before.
https://hardforum.com/threads/the-3...s-started-wait-for-it.2002618/post-1045498268
Kram, have you tried to use custom timings on the DW based on CVT-RBv2 ? I'm curious if tightening the refresh parameters and removing blank cycle may have an effect on that flickering you've been showing in that video.
 

kramnelis

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Kram, have you tried to use custom timings on the DW based on CVT-RBv2 ? I'm curious if tightening the refresh parameters and removing blank cycle may have an effect on that flickering you've been showing in that video.
It's already tightened to the max. The flickers happen even at 60Hz with custom resolution. It happens on the bottom level.
 
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