Nice. Good to see the positive experiences trickling in from those who have received theirs. Did you get a shipping notification before receiving it? I'm not sure if anyone with standard shipping has received theirs in the States yet.Standard shipping to Aus. The accessories I ordered though didn't come with it and are coming in a 2nd shipment. Probably the next cargo container they send here.
Yes for air shipping.Nice. Good to see the positive experiences trickling in from those who have received theirs. Did you get a shipping notification before receiving it? I'm not sure if anyone with standard shipping has received theirs in the States yet.
Thanks for the compliment about Blur Busters strobe tuning!I've been trying out the strobing mode in Overwatch and it's tuned really well (thanks BlurBusters).
Excellent to hear. A very well strobe-tuned KSF panel can make the red fringing completely invisible in most real-world material. But you'll definitely see it in test pattern amplifiers such as testufo.com/crosstalk maximized to full screen, as a red ghost trail.Only medium and long pulse though, short is a little dark for my liking. I haven't really noticed any red fringing that's supposed to be present in these LG panels, but then I may not have played anything that would show it off yet.
400 nits? Not yet.Mark, have you come across any 1440p or higher gaming monitors that can strobe at 400 nits or greater? The dimness is always what makes me return a display with regard to strobing.
Yeah I can 100% see it in the link. Every game I've run so far though I can't spot it. edit* Spoke too soon, I can see it in the load up screen of Hell Let Loose if I flick my eyes. So I can only notice it in edge cases.
If I can find where I put my i1display calibrator I'll measure the nits for you. That's even if it still works since I damaged the cable when moving stuff around.Still no reports of the max brightness while strobing on this monitor? If it could do 200-250 nits minimum, I may consider it.
The ship must have just left HK.Got a delivery estimate for mine today - October 5-13.
Eve said they had enough stock to fill all pre-orders, so hopefully they were telling the truth there.Related issue affecting everything industry-wide: https://www.businessinsider.com/shi...in-record-ships-stuck-california-ports-2021-8
Large numbers of gaming monitors of different brands are also delayed -- e.g. lack of stock for, say, ViewSonic XG2431's in USA.
If I can find where I put my i1display calibrator I'll measure the nits for you. That's even if it still works since I damaged the cable when moving stuff around.
*edit* It does ~250cd/m2 in long pulse width, ~150 in medium pulse width and ~50 in short pulse width (selectable modes in the monitors settings). Results the same between sRGB and DCI-P3 (selectable modes in the monitor settings). This is using i1display and the i1profiler uniformity measurement tool, refresh rate 144hz.
I only really use strobing in multiplayer fps, which if there's a lot of high contrast areas between light and dark tones you'll notice the red phosphor trailing when you flick your eyes (much like seeing the RGB rainbow with DLP projectors). I don't notice it enough to prevent me from using it but then not everyone is the same and it may annoy you more than me. The long and medium pulse widths are usable, short is too dark. And there is better motion clarity of course.OK interesting! Do you find the motion clarity worth it to strobe?
Not positive but it seems express shipments stopped going out around the end of July. There are a few people over on the Eve forums who placed orders with express shipping in the first week of August and their orders haven't shipped yet.But with the way international shipping is at the moment, it may take a while unless you go express shipping. And don't you have a couple of 48" OLEDs?
Personally: Yes. 4K resolution is more prone to the vicious cycle effect -- higher resolutions amplify visibility of motion blur, which amplify needs for higher refresh rates and/or strobing.OK interesting! Do you find the motion clarity worth it to strobe?
Looks like at least another three months before we get a proper glimpse at the motion handling as Eve catches another ban.