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Viewsonic XG2402 Menu
« on: August 10, 2018, 01:45:56 am »
Viewsonic XG2402 Menu

Viewsonic XG2402 Menu Album

Only the most important Menu photos will be posted here; click on the Viewsonic XG2402 Menu Album linked to see photos of every XG2402 menu.

The Text Color preset in the View Mode menu provides the best preset color accuracy out of the box at both 60 and 144hz:

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The overdrive or pixel response time setting named Rampage Response is only avaliable in the Gaming Settings>Rampage Response sub menu, and is preset to Faster which causes obvious color streaking and a bit of smearing, and needs to be set to the Ultra Fast setting to get top tier overdrive performance out of the XG2402 at both 60 and 144hz:

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At 144hz the Gamma setting should be set to 2.4 in the Display>Color Adjust>Gamma sub menu:

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Or in the Gaming Settings>CUSTOM 1, 2 or 3 (CUSTOM 1 and CUSTOM 2 are renamed to 144 and 60 in my photos)>Color Adjust> Gamma sub menu:

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The Black Stabilization setting which affects the gamma (brightness and darkness of colors and shades) is in the Display>Color Adjust>Black Stabilization Menu.

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The Gaming Settings Menu contains three CUSTOM settings menu which allow one to create three sets of custom settings, and access most of the important settings in the sub menu.

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The Black Stabilization setting is also available in the Gaming Settings>Custom 1-3>Black Stabilization Menu.

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I renamed CUSTOM 1 144 for 144hz settings and CUSTOM 2 for 60hz settings for consoles:

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Unfortunately the color (Red Green and Blue) settings are not accessible through any of the Gaming Settings CUSTOM sub menus.  One must go into the Display>Color Temperature>Full Color Control sub menu to access and adjust the Red, Green and Blue color channel settings.

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There's a 1:1 pixel mapping and Aspect ratio scaling feature in the Display>Image Adjust>View Scale Menu:

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And the same settings are located in the Gaming>Custom (renamed to 144 and 60 in my menu photos) > ViewScale menu:

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« Last Edit: October 16, 2018, 06:18:22 pm by NCX »