What Is Ascr Monitor ?


My friends talked about Ascr monitor. I don’t know what is that?


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  1. ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) technology

    ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio (ASCR) technology enhances the screen’s dynamic contrast ratio up to 100,000,000:1, which adjusts brightness according to content so that the image is displayed with better levels of darkness and more vivid colors, creating images sharper and brighter, especially during video and movie playback.

  2. Ascr has a contrast ratio of 100,000:1.


    How To Turn on ASCR on Your Monitor

    Open the OSD menu on your monitor.
    Navigate to the “Image” tab.
    Click the “ASCR” option from the menu.

    It should enable the ASCR on your monitor. If you’re trying to configure ASCR while being in the Standard or sRGB mode in Splendid, it won’t work. ASCR isn’t compatible with it. It only works with SplendidPlus models.

    What Is the Contrast Ratio on a Display?

    The contrast ratio is the maximum possible ratio between the brightness of the brightest portion of the screen and the brightness of the darkest portion of the screen.
    If that doesn’t make sense, think of it this way. Let’s say we’ve paused a given display at a particular moment. Now, we take our photometer and measure the brightness (luminous intensity) of the brightest portion of the screen we’re able to find. Then, we look for the darkest portion of the screen. Again, with our photometer, we measure the brightness of this portion.
    After that, we divide the first reading into the second. The answer you get is called the contrast ratio.
    Most higher-end displays have a contrast ratio ranging from 1000:1 to 3000:1. But you can go much higher with better displays. OLED displays have contrast ratios as high as 1,000,000:1.

    Is Dynamic Contrast Ratio the Same as Contrast Ratio?

    If you’ve heard of displays with a dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1 or even infinity to one, hang on a second before you burst out with admiration. A dynamic contrast ratio is a different thing than a contrast ratio.
    A dynamic contrast ratio is the ratio of the maximum brightness a display can achieve to the minimum brightness it can obtain at any time.
    Let me explain. Take a monitor and observe its display for a sufficiently long period. In this while, note down the lowest and highest values of brightness you’ve observed on any screen portion. Take the ratio of the two values. It’ll give you the dynamic contrast ratio.
    Fancy as it may sound, contrast ratio is not a very useful parameter for comparing displays. It doesn’t tell you anything significant about the quality of the display.

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