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Massdrop Vast 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor

Massdrop Vast 35-Inch Curved Gaming Monitor

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Why not shipping this to New Zealand?
Hi, I was wondering if anyone else has the following issue: When the monitor goes to sleep and I wake it up by either mouse or keyboard, the screen wakes up to only static. I end up having to turn it off and on again in order to see the desktop. Any ideas or fixes for this? I'm connecting by HDMI. Thanks.
CnostaW
I've had similar, but instead of static, I get a purple or green image. It happens rarely on wake, but more often on disconnect of input from my laptop. I can't get the screen to respond to the buttons at all. Need to full unplug/replug, then it's fine again.
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Plz ship to India..
from the looks of the comments below it is a good thing I have my alienware 3418DW instead of this crap. buy cheap stuff get what you pay for
Tech support has said they don't have the technical knowledge to help me, they suggested I post here. Here goes:  I got the Vast about a month ago and its been mostly great. However, sometimes when changing inputs, disconnecting inputs, or letting the screen idle, it will sometimes stop being responsive on the built in menus. Sometimes it will slowly display a green or purple bar that slowly fills half the monitor. When this happens, I can't even get it to power off via the button, and have to disconnect the power. I'm using DisplayPort, HMDI 1 and HDMI 2 inputs. Does anyone have any ideas?
I wish it could be shipped to POorLAND :((( Monitor of my dreams for that price
I received my vast monitor beginning of August. I love the design and the monitor overall but I was wondering if anyone else had any issues with screen tearing... My setup is currently using a Vega 56 graphics card along side the Mast Freesync monitor Playing games like League of legends, its interesting because the screen tearing doesn't occur while I play but more so the loading screens. For Fortnite, it'll intermittently have screen tearing. I've been updating my drivers and making sure Freesync is on. It only happens for specific games too. I played Call of Duty Infinity Wars at the high specs and I was getting constant 100fps without any screen tearing. If anyone has any suggestions I'm all ear :( I have not swapped out the display port cable yet but that might be my next move but just wanted to see if anyone else had any issues Thank you!
ChrisNQ
I would wonder if those games have v-sync or enhanced sync turned off. Freesync on it's own won't prevent tearing if your framerate goes above the Freesync range.
hard to get behind this when there are name brand monitors out there, w/ similar spec, & a lower price point. Acer XR342CK $499
I've been using on for a few weeks now, and it suddenly turned off. Now, I can't seem to get it to turn back on. Does anyone have any idea what could have happened, and if there's any fix I can do before going to Massdrop about it? Thanks!
I originally wrote up a discussion point as a review, then I noticed the big REVIEWS tab... :)
Here: https://www.massdrop.com/buy/massdrop-vast-curved-gaming-monitor/reviews/2240651
Is the massdrop vast always active on massdrop?
Decent! Since I live in Europe I had to pay expensive tax and shipping so I should just have got an Acer Xp 34 instead, but I´m satisfied with the customer service from massdrop and the monitor itself. Though the power cable is a bit naggy....
Can we have a driver....so windows know it is 35 inche and not 32 really suck to adjust the second screen if windows think the screen is smaller than what it really is....
Are they looking to update this with the new version of freesync and hdr?
Please make shippable to New zealand! I would buy in an instant.
There will ever be a version of this drop that is shippable to EU?
Since is made in China, can't you guys just cooperate with a trusted shop in Europe on these heavy items?
My panel has had a large bright spot in its top left corner for a while but now its... brighter and annoying. Light is bleeding through in multiple areas. Is this normal? Anything I can do?
GrandPotato
"With the included cable, every couple days I would see small white dots flickering on the screen with the occasional blackout. Haven't had these issues with a new cable. " Quoted from the review of 43percentemo6. Sounds like exactly same issue you had. Maybe buy a new DP cable, if it not working, return the DP cable and contact the Massdrop customer service
If you made a 16:9 version, I will buy it straightaway.
hemtmaker
you are a little slow eh?
Any reviewer like Level1Tech or TFTCentral got hands on one of those? Some analysis on the input lag would be great.
Nilr
Linus had one some time ago
@Massdrop can we get an update on the stock remaining?
So PIP forces whatever is the secondary input to be the full UltraWide aspect ratio. This means connecting a PS4 makes the output all stretched when trying to play picture in picture.
Please allow the second input to display at it's native aspect ratio!
Honestly, make a g-sync version and I'm all over it.
fg
Sorry for the dumb question, but where is the warranty information? I see the bullet that says: "Warranty: 1 year for the panel, 2 years for the electronics, managed by Massdrop", but I don't see the details. For example: I've read comments that refer to pixel perfect, but no official documentation.
Am I just overlooking it?
Thanks,
E-Nigma
anyone can answer this? i want to know too
pipip10
The warranty is accurate and it is indeed pixel perfect, my first unit had 6 dead pixels and I was sent a replacement when I contacted support. They even shipped out the replacement before I shipped out my original monitor, so never had to go without the monitor after originally receiving it. The replacement did have 1/3 of a single dead pixel (red led on one pixel doesn't work), however I can't notice it unless I try and no monitor will truly be perfect, even if you spend twice as much on a g-sync Ultra-Wide.
As far as customer support it was one of the best experiences I had with customer support (though ideally you wouldn't have to contact them, but things never work out perfectly), I never heard of a company shipping out a replacement before you sent back the defective unit. If I am being honest, I probably could of sent back my second panel too since it did have a single third of a dead pixel, but I didn't want to play the lottery again with panel quality and I was satisfied with the panel.
The only thing that you may notice about this panel and this holds true with other models using this VA panel is that there is some noticeable clouding. While the clouding is especially noticeable if the screen is black and I am in a dark room, in a well lit room it's not really that noticeable. Though I do have to stress this as some people may not be able to stand it, but in general I don't notice it unless I am looking at very dark content on the monitor and my room is not well lit. Honestly I prefer the clouding over back light bleed as it is less noticeable in comparison (at least to me).
From what I have read, people have issues with any gaming Ultra-Wide (it just depends on whether you can tolerate said issue), as IPS variants can suffer from IPS glow and back light bleed as well as a warmer screen on one side as well as coil wine and can have difficulty hitting the higher refresh rate of the claimed 100hz or 120hz. This panel on the other hand doesn't suffer from coil wine (at least not mine), hitting the claimed refresh rate, or back light bleed, just clouding. Also, while colors in theory are not as accurate as an IPS, if you truly need 99.9% accurate colors I don't think you should be looking at a gaming Ultra-Wide in the first place. So for me the improved contrast over the IPS variants makes images on this monitor look more realistic in comparison.
One last thing, Free Sync is buggy with this panel, and will result in some artifacts in games when enabled if you do not apply a fix (may elaborate in the future if others continue to suffer from this issue) each time you turn on the computer for Free Sync to work properly on all games. Though I did get this monitor in the first batch so this issue may have been completely resolved in subsequent drops. However if you have a Nvidia card this does not apply to you, though you may want to pick up a g-sync panel instead like the 120hz version from AOC for around $800, as that seems to have the same panel, so it may be the better option if you are on team green. If you don't care at all about adaptive refresh rates, I would say this is probably the best option out there for the price.
I may have dragged this on a bit too much, but I hope this helps even if it's 5 weeks late.
I've had this monitor for a little over a month now and so far I'm pretty satisfied. At the moment the blue LED in front is dim and flickers constantly while the monitor is operating. Does anyone else have this problem? As far as I can tell it has no effect on the performance or otherwise. Should I be concerned?
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Light is officialy dead. Still turns red when it is powered off, but theres no light at all when the monitor is powered on.
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Good job you broke it
How much would international shipping cost? I've been interested in a few drops but can never justify the purchase because international shipping prices is not stated.
Hello, I can not get the audio working through the port on the back of the monitor. Please let me know what is up. I have it connected with the supplied DP cable and have the audio out set to DP-8. I plug in different headphones and it does not work.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe this monitor has the same panel (or very very similar) as the Acer ED347CKR ultrawide, which is also made by AU Optronics. Only, the Acer is currently $499 at microcenter.
Both monitors have the same resolution, refresh rate, curvature, viewing angle, brightness, both have freesync and very similar stands.
The Vast is 1 inch bigger and has a 2ms better response time, while the Acer has much better power consumption, pixel pitch and warranty.
Just food for thought lol.
EagleGeo
Yeah your Better off buying something else l the panel has very bad light bleed around the perimeter of the monitor it’s like bob Ross was giving each cloud a “little friend”
EagleGeo
Specs are also very similar to the HP Omen X 35...
If you live in Europe do not buy this monitor. It's the exact same thing as a Electriq 34 inch. Entire thing is the same.
FknLeon
Electriq seems to have only 60Hz refresh rate
I want to buy this monitor but i'm afraid it will take forever to ship...have anyone from U.S California bought this and gotten it in a timely manner? or did it take a long time?
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Looks like VA ghosting, that’s just an inherent property of these panels unfortunately. I find that turning off overdrive / increasing the response times will make it less noticeable.
weewee
I figured, and its something I can live with... I must be blind though, I cannot find an overdrive setting anywhere in the ODS