Haven’t updated my firmware beyond 102 for fear that it will cause an issue with my MacBook Pro not remembering settings. However, the only problem I’ve seen so far with my Eve Spectrum ES07D03 is this very chunky aliasing on primary colors like red and blue against certain backgrounds, and only on Windows 10 at that (I’m suspecting it’s maybe the 144Hz? Plugged in through DisplayPort). HDR is disabled. I can only show off this issue with iPhone photography, so bear with me here — the first photo is how the edges of this red triangle look clean when the monitor is connected to my MacBook Pro via USB-C:
The next photo shows how aliased the sloping edges of the triangle gets when viewed through Windows 10 (look at the “steps” going up to the top point):
Here’s a circle for more obvious aliasing:
It’s not a huge deal since I would rather be working on my MacBook Pro, but I do have the bad habit of using Adobe Illustrator and some other design tools while using Windows in the name of speed/convenience. This is something I’ve not seen on another 27" 4K monitor with Windows (but that was 60Hz max). Curious to know if anyone else is experiencing this or if I should just update the firmware.