Originally Posted by Dravagun
I would never buy a monitor with 10% failure rates though (from the research i did they definitely didn't seem 10%) nor would I buy from a Seller with less than 95% satisfaction. The simple matter is the box was open and inside was a broken monitor so that was his responsibility as a seller. A dead pixel right out of the box is unacceptable in my honest opinion for something I'm spending hard earned money on. But maybe I'm just too picky.
You got a shipment and the box was already open?
A single dead pixel is acceptable in a monitor that is 2560x1440. That is a LOT of pixels. You might already know this, if the pixel is in the center of vision it's less tolerable and more open to a RMA than if it were in the edges of the screen. The 10% figure was simply a number I made up to try to get my point across. You also got the lines, so the lines + pixel + open box, I think you have a compelling case to get a refund or another monitor.
It's hard to get statistics on this kind of thing though. People that get good monitors almost never bother to go to polls or proclaim how well it working after they initially got it.
Originally Posted by lilchronic
im not sure