Originally Posted by Avetisov
Well. hard to understand with your explanation by words.
Every monitor is already tested by myself.
and If the flickering is serious, I decided it is faulty.
but usually, every monitor has this kind of issues.
maybe, you set frequency rate differently?
The default value is 60Hz.
Small subjective issue is not the reason of return or exchange.
If you want to exchange the monitor, both shipping cost is buyer's charge.
But shipping cost is excessive for both of us. (Now it's not worth it)
As you may know or not.
Yamakasi monitor stopped to make the monitor temporarily.
The reason is panel quality is less than before.
Recent stock quality is also serious than your expectation.(?)
I expect Korea high quality 27" IPS monitor may be disappeared.(?)
I hope you decide to use the monitor as it is.
--That's what I get. I think this is the problem. http://www.overclock.net/t/1225919/yamakasi-catleap-monitor-club/2150#post_16892874
Except for me it is the other half. There is a "fix" for it, but I am not sure what it's worth. Here http://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=28:27061-28#896
It's in Russian, which I speak, but Google translate can make it clear enough to understand.
Should I open her up? If I could fix the backlight issue, I would end up with a flawless monitor.