Good info, thanks. Can you notice any unwanted dark overshoot as a result of the Catalyst overdrive?
could someone with this monitor plug an xbox into it with a passive adapter and report back on what happens? thanks!!!
I have been using it for a few days. I love it. colors are great.
And with overdrive to max in CCC it actually cuts the blur in half. Pretty decent even for FPS games like TF2 etc.
Also input lag must be very good, because I didn't notice a difference coming from a fast TN.
I thought this monitor was pretty good but compared it with the Samsung SA850 which I also bought, and the Samsung won for picture quality.
uhm Link didn't work but no I have not noticed any changes. Maybe paste me another link I can check out and I can have another look.
The monitor has no scaler. I'm 99% sure it won't work. If you can't feed it a signal that is natively 2560x1440 it probably won't display.
All inputs will be interpolated to fill the screen unless you have a way to control the aspect ratio via the graphics card or specific input device.
Dell U2711 and Hazro HZ27WA sections.
According to TFTCentral it does have a scaler, but doesn't offer any aspect ratio or 1:1 options.
If it didn't have a scaler at all they wouldn't have been able to take a photo of interpolated text from upscaled 1080p.
What would be the point of TFTCentral showing an image of text interpolation in their monitor review if the scaling was being done by the GPU?
Your reasoning doesn't make sense.
Check page 49. So it looks like it has no real scaler except a simple pixel multiplier.
A warning to everyone, if you buy this monitor (or probably anything) direct from HP, it arrives broken, you decide to return it for a refund, they will not refund the shipping. SOB's stole $40 from me.