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  1. You'll have to do a lot of work that probably isn't worth it. If you google 'turn laptop screen into monitor' you'll get a sense of what you need to do.
  2. You should try messing with the monitor's picture settings first but there is an icc profile in tftcentral's database for your monitor. [How to use an icc profile]
  3. The rting.com review has some suggestions including an icc profile with the following settings:
  4. Go to this link and scroll down to Supported TVs for a guide on how to check and then enable
  5. Haha, i guess that could do it
  6. Quick Question: What is this monitor for? How will it be used? Fyi there's a lot of bullshit in this subforum, don't believe everything people say especially when its about a monitor they have never seen before. Look at external and credible reviews in addition to people's recommendations. As far as the whole IPS vs VA thing, I find it counterproductive to stereotype them. I'd recommend to look at monitor's individually, paper specs only mean so much and you'll find that even monitors with similar specs can have vastly different irl performance, including stuff like contrast.
  7. Keep in mind that you can scale windows ui if it is too small
  8. Could you upload a picture of the issue? The issue might be caused by improper scaling or simply you being used to 4k. But I can't tell just by your description.
  9. Hello, I'm looking for the best Intel SSD for under $150ish USD. I am only looking for Intel because I can get one for free. Should I get M.2 or 2.5"? It is going to be a boot ssd for windows and for games and applications. THanks
  10. I think those are good picks. The only suggestion I have is that a 240hz monitor instead of the S2417DG may be cool but only if you want to pay for it.
  11. Has the flickering been present ever since you've owned the monitor or has it only started happening recently?
  12. I think he means that the stand aesthetic looks better imo. All 1440p144hz IPS G-Sync monitors use the same panel so they would be identical in color, contrast, ghosting, light bleed..., at least in theory
  13. I prefer the Asus. However, you should buy whichever one is cheaper
  14. Yes, they are 2 years old but there are no newer options. They are the best 1440p 144hz IPS G-Sync monitors right now.