HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

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All measuring datas from the HP Omen X35 review. Suggestions, questions, critism, and new ideas? Post them in here.

Very important to the topic "the optimal OSD settings".
https://limscave.com/viewtopic.php?f=8& ... 4a485789ce

Download ICC Profile for the HP Omen X 35 here: https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/mes ... menx35.icm





Measured contrast, brightness and black point
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Measurements presets
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Measurement on optimal Settings

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Measurement calibrated

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UFO Testscreen:

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Higher Resolution: https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/ufo.jpg




Review Updates:

1. Frame Skipping Test.

As the question came @ youtube if the omen uses a native 100 Hz panel. One user told us, hp made a mistake on their page. The support in germany really couldn't help me. At this test, we have frame skipping of "only" 1 frame each every 1.11 seconds. The video is taken with 60 fps and a shutter speed of 1/100, so you won't see each frame but you easily can see the "afterglow".

Screenshots:
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/Fra ... meskip.jpg (Explanation: shutter speed 1/100 - recorded area - frame "skip")
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/FrameSkipping/1.jpg
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/FrameSkipping/2.jpg
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/FrameSkipping/3.jpg
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/FrameSkipping/4.jpg
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/FrameSkipping/5.jpg

Video:
https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/Fra ... menx35.mp4

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

#2
Hey Lim it's me from the youtube channel comments ;)

A user has posted this comment on OC.forum could u help him? that's the quoted post
Hi everyone, Recently I purchased the omen x 35 with the recent sale. I want to say I love it...so many good things about it. HOWEVER...doing a mandatory dead pixel check with a new screen...I found what might be a MAJOR issue.

http://www.checkpixels.com/
Above is a link that made me notice this.... issue?
and a video of my issue:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q1UhAHLRmU
When the browser is opened...windowed. and a color displayed from that website...it changes the color of the entire screen going across where the color in the browser is.
Like...something is definitely broken or not correct. I think. I really need some thoughts/opinions on this. What is happening? Is this a problem(well im thinking it very well could be) but is my panel defective? Or this happening to everyone.
Here the link

http://www.overclock.net/t/1622560/omen ... t_26021447

POST 483


By the way Tuesday i will get my sample and i will calibrate with Spyder5&DisplayCall ;) will post my results

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

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DavidMicciche' wrote:
17 Apr 2017, 08:57
Hey Lim it's me from the youtube channel comments ;)

A user has posted this comment on OC.forum could u help him? that's the quoted post
Hi everyone, Recently I purchased the omen x 35 with the recent sale. I want to say I love it...so many good things about it. HOWEVER...doing a mandatory dead pixel check with a new screen...I found what might be a MAJOR issue.

http://www.checkpixels.com/
Above is a link that made me notice this.... issue?
and a video of my issue:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Q1UhAHLRmU
When the browser is opened...windowed. and a color displayed from that website...it changes the color of the entire screen going across where the color in the browser is.
Like...something is definitely broken or not correct. I think. I really need some thoughts/opinions on this. What is happening? Is this a problem(well im thinking it very well could be) but is my panel defective? Or this happening to everyone.
Here the link

http://www.overclock.net/t/1622560/omen ... t_26021447

POST 483


By the way Tuesday i will get my sample and i will calibrate with Spyder5&DisplayCall ;) will post my results

Hey man, and thanks using this forum :) I read and testet this, I DONT have this issue, I will add a screenshot to prove it to you ! :P Wait 10 Minutes

Edit:

Ok, first I thought he just have a red Image, but this is something like the "Pixel Inversion" test with a red color (to find faster dead pixels). On my model I also get these "strips" which I can see a bit less then on the Video of the other guy. Nevertheless, it's shure an issue, but in my opinion.... If im honest, not really something to worry about. I can record for you some smearing videos, which you would be more shocked then this strange strips. I mean, when you get content where you really can see this? In this case, the overdrive lag is a more real issue for example, even this is not really a big issue in games. But I still hope they will fix this.

Of course again, personal preference how effective someone can see different issues and of course we pay 1100+€ for a monitor like this and we wan't the best out of it. So i also can understand that people are disappointed.

I really don't want to defend this monitor or hp, but if you searching for issues within test images, you will find "test image issues" on nearly every screen. Thats what I think.... :)

Here we go: https://limscave.de/media/hpomenx35/Fra ... /pixel.mp4

Edit 2:

Tested this on my TN Panel and that issue also is here. The only one difference is, you cannot see this "stips" as good as on the omen. Maybe this is because of the Viewing Angle "glossy" thing, or maybe cause of the higher resolution, or even because of the VA technology in general, im not shure. But just wanted let you know.

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

#4
Thanks for testing, tomorrow my Omen will be delivered :)

Still didn't find any answer about if the pannel is 100 Hz native or OC

that's all i found
We’ve seen a few UltraWide models with native 100Hz+
This model features a 35” AU Optronics AMVA panel with 100Hz refresh rate and true 8-bit colour (no dithering). (PCMONITOR . INFO)
Article Change Log - Update 25/1/17

Added HP Omen X35 and AOC AGON AG325UCG to the roadmap of 35" 3440 x 1440 res VA screens with 100Hz native refresh rate (TFT CENTRAL)
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/2a1694c

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

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DavidMicciche' wrote:
18 Apr 2017, 10:32
Of course i will do, i'm probably creating an Official Thread on my forum for the Omen may i share some contents of your thread here?
by the way what game is that one with the torch in your video and on the banner here?
Of course you can :) Share whatever you like to share. The Game is "Alan Wake", a very good "horror / thriller" game in my opinion. It's a bit older but full 21:9 support. Only the video scenes does not work in 21:9 :/

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

#10
The silver shine effect doesn't border me at all, i just look at he monitor seating in front of it :D This monitor is awesome!


I have made a Calibration of this monitor with Spyder5 from Datacolor with DisplayCal, i got a RGB coverage of 99,6% didn't checked the contrast ratio, i will check today, are u expert in calibration of monitors with DisplayCal or wat do you use I realy don't know what i'm doing :D

I just followed some video tutorials on youtube for DisplayCal but they are not very well explained and there are although so many otions that i didn't touched at all, so it will be very appreciated if you could help ;)

Here is the official thread of the Omen i'm creating

http://www.hwupgrade.it/forum/showthread.php?t=2812686

;)

that's a screen shoot i took after calibration was finished, i took about 1h30 minutes to finish

https://postimg.org/image/s82avk0nj/

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

#11
Oh man 1h30min? Im usin basICColor for calibration and measure contrast etc. Nice to hear that the viewing angles does not bothers you! It's pretty hard to measure contrast with the Spyder, its probably will not be able to read darker black points. I never used DisplayCal. The most important for calibration in pc gaming is just gamma while the whitepoint and brightness is personal taste. Consider that Desktop as well as games does not read your icc profile, only software which supports this (photoshop etc). You can see this if you open an image @ photoshop and open that same image on windows and compare. The image on Photoshop will look less colorful / intense.

I appreciate you share my video, honestly :) So I would say... have fun gaming on this beast haha :) After switch back to my TN I feel like in a bad dream :D

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

#12
Hey Lim

i don't understand why i'm getting with Spyder5 and DisplayCall this Measurement

http://www.filedropper.com/measurementr ... 04-2019-45

Measured luminance: 134.8 cd/m²
Measured black luminance: 0.1325 cd/m²

contrast 1017.5:1

how is it possible that i have such a high black luminance?? it's rather the double than yours..

another user on my forum has same results with spyder 5 and DisplayCal

i assume it's a problem perhaps of the Spyder5??

he just recived the x rite i1 perhaps results will change

Re: HP Omen x 35 measuring data + icc profile

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DavidMicciche' wrote:
21 Apr 2017, 23:30
Got now final results from my friend for the Omen calibration with X-Rite EODIS3 i1Display Pro

2120.4:1 (129.3 cd/m^2 / 0.061 cd/m^2 )

it was a problem of the Spyder5, i think i will give it back and take the other one ;)
Yes it's the problem of the spyder 5, it can't measure deep colors and does not measure that accurate brightness. It's good for calibration in general, but not to measure the contrast

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