XG321UG On-Screen Display Menu Options

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Game Modes

Menu Option Description
Standard Select this option for general use.
Custom 1/2 Two customizable “Custom” settings are available to help match individual preferences and adapt to every type of game on the market.
FPS Ideal for First-Person Shooter games.
Battle Royale Tuned for Battle Royale games.
MOBA Select this option for Multiplayer Online Battle Arena games.
Console Color accuracy focus for console use.
Movie Select this option for watching movies.
Web Select this option for surfing the web.

Display

Menu Option Description
Auto Brightness Automatic brightness adjustment. Adjust maximum brightness according to ambient light.
Auto Black Level Automatic black level adjustment. Increases the black level according to the ambient brightness, making different shades of grey more visible to the human eye.
Contrast Adjusts the difference between the image background (black level) and the foreground (white level).
Brightness Adjusts background black levels of the screen image.
6-axis Color Adjust red, green, blue, cyan, yellow, and magenta colors.
Color Temperature Select the color temperature setting.
  • sRGB: Lower brightness and more natural colors.
  • Bluish: Set the color temperature to 9300K.
  • Native: Default color temperature. Recommended for regular use.
  • Warm: Set the color temperature to 5000K.
  • Full Color Control: Adjust red, green, and blue values as desired.
Gamma Allows users to manually adjust the brightness level of the monitor’s grayscale levels.
SDR Colors sRGB Only enabled in SDR mode.
  • Off: Disable sRGB color space.
  • On: Enable sRGB color space.
NOTE:
  • Windows systems requires sRGB to be On.
  • Mac systems require the Wide Gamut mode to be Off.
SDR Variable BL Sets the backlight mode that is used in SDR mode.
HDR Variable BL Sets the backlight mode that is used in HDR mode.
DP YCbCR sRGB Gamma curve selection for YCbCr formats on DP input in SDR mode:
  • When enabled (default), the DP input will use sRGB gamma to display YCbCr inputs.
  • When disabled, the DP input will use BT1886 gamma to display YCbCR inputs.
HDMI YCbCR sRGB Gamma curve selection for YCbCr formats on HDMI input in SDR mode:
  • When enabled, the HDMI input will use sRGB gamma to display YCbCr inputs.
  • When disabled (default), the HDMI input will use BT1886 gamma to display YCbCR inputs.
Scaling Mode Fixed Aspect Ratio / Full Screen

Scale the input source to fill the screen, but keep the timing H/V ratio.

Scaling Pix Rep Set scaling pixel repetition.
Variable BL Mode This sets the basic response time of the variable backlight when variable backlight mode is enabled.
Mode 1
Preferably for gaming.
Mode 2
Medium setting.
Mode 3
Preferably for business or word processing situations.

G-SYNC Processor

Menu Option Description
G-SYNC Esports Ideal settings for Esports competitive play.
NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer Optimize and measure latency in games.
FPS Show the refresh rate number on-screen.
HUD Location Adjust the refresh rate number location.
HUD Color Adjust the refresh rate number color.

Input Select

Input Select

Audio Adjust

Menu Option Description
Volume Adjust the volume level.
Mute Enable to disable the sound.

Setup Menu

Menu Option Description
Language Select an available language for the OSD Menu.
Energy Saving Enable to reduce power consumption.
Resolution Notice Enable this option to allow the system to inform users that the current viewing resolution is not the correct native resolution.
Information Display the monitor information.
Quick Access Select which options to have present in the Quick Access Menu.
Crosshair Aim more clearly and quickly during FPS games with the on-screen overlay.
Elite RGB This setting controls the RGB lighting on the back of the monitor and under the bezel in order to enhance your RGB experience. When switched on, or after being reset, the default ‘Rainbow Wave’ will activate.

In addition, the RGB lights are also synced with several key partners. Downloading their software will give you the power to manipulate your RGB capabilities even further.

If you would like to leverage partnered software see the advanced setup below.

Partner Software RGB Setup

  • Visit https://www.viewsonic.com/elite/rgb/ and choose a partner RGB software to download.
  • Download and install your software of choice.
  • Included with your monitor is a USB 3.0 A-Male to B-Male cable. Plug in the USB 3.0 B-Male connector to your monitor and the USB 3.0 A-Male connector to your PC.
  • Run the partner software and start customizing your RGB lighting!

You can also check out our RGB software setup tutorials online at https://www.viewsonic.com/elite/rgb/.

NOTE: Mode variations, customization features and any other features or uses shall be based on and subject to the terms of use, end user license agreement and the software capabilities as specified or provided in partners’ software.
OSD Timeout In addition, the RGB lights are also synced with several key partners. Downloading their software will give you the power to manipulate your RGB capabilities even further.
OSD Background If you would like to leverage partnered software see the advanced setup below.
Power Indicator Set the Power Indicator On or Off. If the setting is set to On, the power indicator lights blue when the device is turned on.
Standby Charger When activated, the USB will continue to supply power even when the monitor is in standby mode.
Sleep Set the amount of idle time before the monitor enters Sleep mode.
Deep Sleep DisplayPort Deep Sleep

Puts the DisplayPort port into deep sleep.
HDMI Deep Sleep
Puts the HDMI port into deep sleep.

DP DSC Enable DisplayPort Display Stream Compression for reduction in bandwidth demands.
ECO Mode Choose between various modes, based on power consumption.
NOTE: Energy Saving Mode is On by default. Once turned Off, the brightness level can be adjusted to the maximum level.
HDMI 120Hz Enable/disable 120Hz for HDMI input.
All Recall Resets all settings to their default values.