Spider-Waffle wrote:So then that leads to me to 1920x1080 @ 200hz? http://www.csgnetwork.com/videosignalcalc.html
the bandwidth just seems very high compared lower bandwidths that were already grieving cables.
If problem is "going to white" I guess it's scaler related. If problem is "a bit of picture degradation" I guess it's more panel related or power circuit.AustinClark wrote:Would the problem we're having with the overclockable 1080p QNIX be explained by panel or scaler limitations?
For me it's rocket scienceAustinClark wrote:Is it possible to implement overdrive ourselves, or is that something that needs to be engineered prior?
dunnoAustinClark wrote:Lastly, do you think that pushing the scaler voltage up a tad would allow us to push the hardware a bit further? Even if you have to go slightly over spec.
dhaine wrote:a question for the expert, it seems this monitor does not have any overdrive ? does having a monitor with such high hz can make input lag faster than a screen at 120/144 with overdrive (when a game actually achieve 300+fps)?
MrBrown wrote:Ok I see. Can someone please test if you can connect a PS4 or Xbox One to this monitor using a HDMI-->DVI cable? Which are essentially 1080p Devices @ 60Hz.
Also how many ppl were able to overclock this monitor to 240hz? Id only consider buying it if the chances are good to hit 200+ hz in overclock, because I dont think that the difference between 144hz monitors to 185-190hz or so is noticable enough.
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