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Asus VG278Q frame skipping test

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2019, 14:58
by Hemanse
Recently build a new PC with a 2070 Super and saw the VG278Q on sale. I read around a bit and found a lot of people mentioning frame skipping with this model. I took the chance and picked it up yesterday, set it up just to test for dead pixels, backlight bleed and frame skipping.

Im guessing this look good?

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Re: Asus VG278Q frame skipping test

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2019, 15:48
by karavanasam
Hemanse wrote:Recently build a new PC with a 2070 Super and saw the VG278Q on sale. I read around a bit and found a lot of people mentioning frame skipping with this model. I took the chance and picked it up yesterday, set it up just to test for dead pixels, backlight bleed and frame skipping.

Im guessing this look good?

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I am just curious.Why buy VG278Q instead of VG278QR?(VG278Q was supersupersuper cheap??????) :D

Re: Asus VG278Q frame skipping test

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2019, 16:29
by Hemanse
karavanasam wrote:
Hemanse wrote:Recently build a new PC with a 2070 Super and saw the VG278Q on sale. I read around a bit and found a lot of people mentioning frame skipping with this model. I took the chance and picked it up yesterday, set it up just to test for dead pixels, backlight bleed and frame skipping.

Im guessing this look good?

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I am just curious.Why buy VG278Q instead of VG278QR?(VG278Q was supersupersuper cheap??????) :D


I live in Denmark and yeah the VG278Q was quite a bit cheaper than the QR. Any big difference between the Q and the QR, other than the 165Hz? When we start to get beyond 144Hz i really cant see the huge difference.

Re: Asus VG278Q frame skipping test

PostPosted: 15 Sep 2019, 17:12
by RealNC
Looks OK. The more boxes you get in the photo the better the confidence on the result is though (by increasing your camera's exposure time.)