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c32hg70 black is not black

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I recently bought this monitor and while I do enjoy the vibrant colours it can produce the blacks aren't really that black. There seem to be a lot of backlight bleeding. I took a picture of it as seen below but that shows it a lot worse then that it actually is.

It's connected via the provided Displayport cable.

 

 

On GPU level I have a colour temperature of 6500k

Picture mode is the standard custom one

brightness 60

contrast 75

sharpness 60

black equializer 20

local dimming off

 2017-07-17 22.29.47.jpg

 

The following pictures are:

brightness 60

contrast 75

sharpness 60

black equializer 20

local dimming on

 

2017-07-17 22.41.26.jpg

2017-07-17 22.41.45.jpg

 

Also is it correct that the standard freesync only covers a range of 90-120 and ultimate 80-120 ?

The gpu in question is a 290 tri-x.

Will this be any better with the upcoming Vega gpu's ?

 

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Re: c32hg70 black is not black

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"Also is it correct that the standard freesync only covers a range of 90-120 and ultimate 80-120 ?" - > Yes, I can confirm this one from the get go. 

" Will this be any better with the upcoming Vega gpu's ?" - > Honestly don't know, I tend to only give an opinion after I have seen it in action. Could go either way really. 

 

 

The fist picture to me depicts what I call clouding, which can really only be fixed by properly installing a new panel. A new panel does not always fix it though as panel repairs for any Screen/size can be a toss up. 


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Re: c32hg70 black is not black

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"Also is it correct that the standard freesync only covers a range of 90-120 and ultimate 80-120 ?" - > Yes, I can confirm this one from the get go. 

" Will this be any better with the upcoming Vega gpu's ?" - > Honestly don't know, I tend to only give an opinion after I have seen it in action. Could go either way really. 

 

 

The fist picture to me depicts what I call clouding, which can really only be fixed by properly installing a new panel. A new panel does not always fix it though as panel repairs for any Screen/size can be a toss up. 


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