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About anneAndy

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  1. Thanks, makes sense now. I checked those settings and it looks like I'm at 32-bit despite having this banding issue. No.
  2. Set up the color bits? Not 100% sure what you mean by that, but I'll look into it later and see if it helps.
  3. I had the Dell S2417dg and returned it because of it's color banding. Some time later I decided to get the Acer XF270HU , however the banding is just as bad on the new monitor despite it not being known for said issue. I see the banding everywhere; when I create gradients in photoshop, watch shows off netflix, set a wallpaper that uses gradients, etc. I also tested the monitor via the colour banding test at lagom.nl and the banding shown there is noticeable. It's an 8 bit panel; is this really the source of the problem? Will all 8 bit panels do this? Or should this not be happening?
  4. You would be better off with a 27" 1440p monitor. You'd have more screen real estate for all the windows you'll open while programming, and the ppi of a 24" 1440p is too high for a lot of people, 27" 1440p is better. If you're set on a 24" monitor 1440p might not be worth it because of how small everything would be. Someone mentioned the ultrasharps, and I'd second that. The design of the monitor's themselves a pretty slick, and if I'm not mistaken the ultrasharps have a pretty good warranty as well? Apparently the 25" 1440p monitors they have are also good (and cheaper), despite being a bit smaller. The benq EW2770QZ would be a better choice for gaming if you don't mind the issues that can be caused by a lack of adaptive sync. I say this because it has a better input lag than the ultrasharps.
  5. Is a vega 64 worth it for ultrawide gaming at 1440p? Could one expect it to last on high settings for another 2 or 3 years?