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What functions of the VG248Q are lost after G-sync upgrade?

PostPosted: 05 Feb 2014, 08:12
by MrBrown
Hello,

I asked it in the news already, but I thought I'd ask it in the forum too.

So what functions are lost after G-sync upgrade in the Asus VG248Q?

I assume the overdrive setting is gone, and you can not tweak the overdrive any more. The additional HDMI/DVI inputs are gone. The Asus crosshair and timer is gone. Is that all correct?

For me those are the reasons I will probably wait for a proper Asus G-Sync monitor or Benq monitor. Since I have a PS4 on my computer desk and switch inputs alot, having only 1 input is unacceptable for me. Also I want to be able to adjust the overdrive.

Re: What functions of the VG248Q are lost after G-sync upgra

PostPosted: 06 Feb 2014, 14:23
by nimbulan
The only function the G-sync board has on the OSD is brightness and ULMB toggle. Contrast and RGB adjustment can be accessed through software. All other functions including sound and OSD features are gone.

Re: What functions of the VG248Q are lost after G-sync upgra

PostPosted: 09 Feb 2014, 00:05
by Chief Blur Buster
For console users who need a multi-input monitor, there are solutions coming -- keep tuned!