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chelch
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So I just received my Omen X 35 display. I have been through every menu in the OSD and I cannot find a specific setting for brightness and contrast. All I can seem to find is a setting called Luminance. Anyone else noticing this as well?

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@chelch wrote:

So I just received my Omen X 35 display. I have been through every menu in the OSD and I cannot find a specific setting for brightness and contrast. All I can seem to find is a setting called Luminance. Anyone else noticing this as well?


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Brightness, Contrast, Color Control, Input Control, Image Control, Power Control, Menu Control, Management, Language, Volume, Information, Exit • Monitor Control Buttons: Menu, Minus ("-"), Plus ("+") /Input Control, OK/Auto, Power

 

It should be there under Luminance or the Menu option.  I just set up a 5K monitor and the Luminance option controlled the brightness.

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Nope, it's not there. You must be looking at a different monitor. I got my Omen X 35 as well and it has no brightness or contrast (or gamma) settings. Only Luminance.

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I literally just came in to this forum looking for this. I wanted to calibrate and you can't touch sharpness, gamma, contrast (other than adaptive and off). Why the hell would they not have this?

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I already returned the monitor due to some nasty flickering in games. Quite dissappointed. How does HP not see this during testing of this product before releasing it????

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I have some flickering when in game setting menus which I thought was weird. In game everything is smooth. I tried with Doom, Forza Horizon 3 (need to turn off blur) and RealFlight 7.5. I have never seen RealFlight move so smooth. It really feels real to me now. I am still holding out my final opinion though. I have some minor backlight issues which is to be expected but NOTHING like the X34 issues I have seen. I just wish the Samsung Gsync CF791 or X34P were out already.
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Hey people i've opened an official thread for the flickering problem, pls subscribe and follow the thread, someone sayd to me that this flickering issue should be driver issue?

 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Gaming-Accessories/Omen-X-35-Flickering-Issue/m-p/6055344

 

follow the rabbit 😄

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I have the same flickering problem. Very visible in Mass Effect Andromeda during dialog​ scenes. HP Omen X 35 with EVGA GTX 1080 FTW2.
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I suppose it maybe a Gsync issue related to VA panels with cut scenes and setting screens since they are low frame rate? I don't see it in most games and that is all that matters. Either way this monitor is beautiful and I am keeping it.
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It happens at 60+ fps; I don't believe Andromeda dialog scenes are pre-rendered or cut scenes. The monitor is indeed beautiful, but issues like these in a $1,300 monitor are unacceptable.
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