Yellow can bleed a little faster then the other colors I noticed. Not sure if that is considered overshoot.kameCS wrote: ↑10 Dec 2023, 03:07regarding the PG248QP have you noticed this yellow overshoot in game which has been reported by some users ?daviddave1 wrote: ↑29 Nov 2023, 11:24It feels great with the lower refresh rate. I get around 240-550 fps in PUBG. In my opinion its a myth that backlight strobing is not working on lower refresh rates. Maybe not 1000% optimum but its there. Had that with my Zowie monitors also and I have a feeling the GSYNC processor plays a role also in keeping frames straight even without GSYNC enabled. ( I heard that in the ASUS America stream on this monitor)Depo wrote: ↑29 Nov 2023, 11:07I'm assuming your not reaching anywhere near 540fps in PUBG, how does it fair at the lower refresh rates? Are you using G sync and how is ULMB2 say in comparison to Dyac+?
I've not long sold my XL2566K, so wondering if this is a viable upgrade or whether I should just replace it with another Benq.
I don't use GSYNC cause I use ULMB2 and it looks great. Brightness is good. Just as good as the XL2566K maybe even a little bit better. Its 10000 times brighter then the PG27AQN with ULMB2.
Visibility is very very good with ULMB2 better then on the XL2566K; it looks very clear in heat of the moment situations. Plus u have that responsiveness that is just topnotch. On the XL2566K it always felt like meh is this the fastest out there? where if u crank up the AMA the screen just goes weird and gives a untrustworthy experience with the overshoot. . Not this monitor. Every time it feels very good cause its insanely fast with very good visibility. The balance of insane good visibility and insane responsiveness stays in place no matter what.
I like the 24,1 inch also better then the 24,5 inch. It tops the XL2566K in every department visibility wise and the responsiveness.. Maybe the only thing the XL2566K has is a sharpening option and some extreme contrast settings. But U can tweak that in the NVDIA ctrl panel also.
I would also like to know your feelings regarding another monitor, the aw2524hf 500hz which offers a precise sharpness option, superb colors and minimal overshoot, can its qualities ultimately offer a better experience in a competitive game ?
I have the Y color on a way lower setting now then the 5 other colors what kinda fixed the problem. Overall I Iike the colors better then on the Zowie TN panel.
The IPS 500 does not have good reviews motion clarity and inputlagwise so I skipped that one. (Its blurry they say and not that fast. )
If you really miss a sharpness option, you can enable a sharpness slider in the NVIDIA panel with minium inputlag loss. I did not test this yet.
Modern Warfare needed this when I played it. Regardless if your monitor had a sharpness option or not.
Nvdia then removed the sharpness slider. You could then get it back with a registry edit. The latest NVIDIA driver have it back again i see. so no issue with the latest driver.
But I dont play Moden warFare anymore so I did not enabled it at the moment. Maybe later. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iras1he ... el=FR33THY for more info about the sharpening option in the NVIDIA ctrl panel.