About Asus VG258QR input lag

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Musgo
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Joined: 18 Jun 2020, 16:21

Re: About Asus VG258QR input lag

Post by Musgo » 18 Jun 2020, 19:37

What monitor do you recomend for a secondary gaming monitor?
Vg258qr or vg259q?
+21hz and slight faster Vs better colors?
Have anyone compared?
Who is better in ghosting, smooth, motion blur, ...?

yazan_bdair
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Joined: 12 Jul 2020, 03:07

Re: About Asus VG258QR input lag

Post by yazan_bdair » 12 Jul 2020, 03:18

i bought this monitor i have no complains about it but i can notice pixels on the screen especially when moving in fps games

i sit close to it is that due to pixel density (90 ppi) ?

Dezryc
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Joined: 05 Aug 2020, 22:22

Re: About Asus VG258QR input lag

Post by Dezryc » 05 Aug 2020, 22:26

Can somebody help me get the best seetings(lowest response time and inout lag) for my vg258qr monitor on 60hz(ps4), im currently using racing mode,brightness 60,100 trace free,50 vividpixel. Do you guys have any idea what settings i might have to change?

Dezryc
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Re: About Asus VG258QR input lag

Post by Dezryc » 06 Aug 2020, 06:39

Can somebody help me find the best settings for the lowest response time and input lag fortnite monitor on 60hz? Currently im using ps4 and i’ve change a lot of the settings like:racing mode,brightness 70,contrast 80,tracefree 100,and vivid panel 50. So do u guys have any idea what things to change my settings to get the lowest input lag and response time on 60hz for this monitor???

Mattex0101
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Joined: 15 Mar 2021, 03:22

Re: About Asus VG258QR input lag

Post by Mattex0101 » 15 Mar 2021, 03:35

MatrixQW wrote:
18 Apr 2020, 22:37
Profiles can be saved in monitor's MyFavorite menu. There are three slots.

Racing mode is the one with lowest response time.
Brightness use whatever you wish, it doesn't hide/show overdrive issues.
Contrast is what shows/hide blur and overshoot. Don't use lower than 41 or higher than 70. I keep my room dark and always use 41.

Racing mode
Brightness 50
Contrast 60
Color Temp: User Mode RGB 100
Smart View: off
TraceFree 60
VividPixel 0
ASCR: off
FreeSync: on

You can save one profile for FreeSync 'on' and one for 'off'.
If you load a profile with FreeSync 'off' you need to enable FreeSync before shutting off from Windows or the overdrive will not be ok.
Don't disable FreeSync in NVCP Global Configuration. Create an Nvidia profile and set Monitor Technology to fixed refresh if you don't want to load profiles from the monitor menu.
I'd like to share my profile with you.

Cinema mode
Brightness: 20
Contrast: 70
Saturation: 50
Color Temp: Normal
Skin Tone: Natural
Smart View: off
Sharpness: 60 (i see a big difference between 50 and 60, with 60 all the edges are a lot better and more defined)
TraceFree 60
VividPixel 0
ASCR: off
FreeSync: off (because i have a graphic card that doesn't support g-sync compatible (Nvidia GTX Titan X Maxwell))
ELMB: off

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