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Changing the convergence means moving close objects even closer, in which case I ended up looking at two seperate pictures in stead of 3D.
I believe you cannot solve ghosting this way - it's an inherent flaw in the design, the panel just cannot change Acer GD245HQ A pixels that fast. Burnout Paradise Thankfully the Source engine can turn it off, playing with it does 'kill the experience'.
Found some small glitches, such as the brightness level not resetting right after exiting 3D gaming mode, but Acer GD245HQ A are minor gripes imo. Thanx, tiny glitch, updated the specs.
▷ **B Grade** Acer GDHQ " Hz 3D Wides… OcUK
No need to doubt yourself so soon: In some cases, I've had the same problem. Hmm, any particular Acer GD245HQ A 3D doesn't work well for Crysis - is it because you need eight quad-SLI rigs in a grid to get a decent framerate at an acceptable visual level, or do the graphics simply not work right" then check for double imaging, this monitor is really good at that comparing to last gen. Made it worth upgrading for sure. I knew it.
I found a way to improve the 2D quality, to get rid of the weird white shadows around black text on a grey background. Well, that can disappear.
Acer GD245HQ 120hz Full HD 3D ready
Here's what it looked like: You can also clearly see the bluish-white glow around the the YouTube logo. Here's what it looks like now: I figured it might have something to do with the panel's overdrive.
A fast panel like this can only be so fast using an overdrive feature. Acer GD245HQ A assumption turned out to be correct. However, the regular user on-screen-menu does not mention any overdrive feature - nor does the Acer software bundled with the display. So to the service menu we need to go: I am not responsible for people messing up their display here. It does however fix Acer GD245HQ A image problems described above, and is ofcourse reversible by changing the settings back, this can be done in exactly the same way. B [i]edit: Note the strange whitish glow around the black text. As you can see, the horrid whitish shadows are gone.
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It would also explain the weirdish colors appearing now and then, like in the screenshot on Lara's boat in an excellent review found here. It is best to move up from here, because moving through the color settings will automatically change the color of the screen, regardless of any changes made; - move up to the OD option. Now all Acer needs to do is add the turn off overdrive feature in the user-menu firmware upgrade please! B edit: As for the hz being worth it, and for the 3d being a gimmick part, the short answer is this. If you're not intending to use the monitor for 3d, it is Acer GD245HQ A worth the price tag in any way shape or form.
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Acer GD245HQ 24" 120hz Full HD 3d Widescreen Monitor
Item model number, 5HE Series, GDHQ_ID. Screen Size, The GDHQ's Acer GD245HQ A refresh gives a glimpse of a smoother future. Whether it's gaming or movies, it seems the whole world is going mad for stereoscopic 3D. With Acer GD245HQ A in mind, the 3D-capable Acer GDHQ is probably the monitor of the moment.
It's a incher with a TN panel, a CCFL.