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What graphics card do the two of you have?

I have a gtx 670.
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Originally Posted by ElevenEleven View Post

This is precisely why I'm advocating paying less attention to Perfect Pixel models and more to general quality and inspection. I've experienced this as well, and out of 3 Korean monitors, the ones with stuck pixels and even some dust look flawless at normal sitting distance vs. one Pefect Pixel I had with various issues but no pixel faults.

I agree, I did not purchase a perfect pixel model, but I definitely would have been even more upset if I shelled out an extra $100 and got this type of color uniformity issue. My monitor does not appear to have any dead/stuck pixels.
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Who did you purchase from? I received my 27Q LED-P from accessorieswhole on Tues. and am experiencing a similar issue where the screen will randomly black out. The backlight remains on and the led light stays blue, there is just no picture on the screen. Turning the monitor off and then on again fixes the issue, until it happens again randomly a few hours later.
In addition to that, the monitor has a very noticeable yellow tint on the right side of the screen. I think I would prefer one or two dead/stuck pixels, since at least those would be somewhat difficult to see during normal usage. The yellow tint is very obvious every time there are light colors on the screen.
I've contacted accessorieswhole regarding getting a refund, hopefully they won't give me any hassle given the good feedback they've gotten from others.
I would just make sure you are using a power brick that is NOT the one that is from Korea. Try the $23.00 one and see if it helps before you go through the trouble of sending it back. I doubt that will be a quick experience.

Thanks for the suggestion. For me, even it I was not having the random blackout issue, the uneven yellow tint is distracting enough for me to want to return the monitor.
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Who did you purchase from? I received my 27Q LED-P from accessorieswhole on Tues. and am experiencing a similar issue where the screen will randomly black out. The backlight remains on and the led light stays blue, there is just no picture on the screen. Turning the monitor off and then on again fixes the issue, until it happens again randomly a few hours later.
In addition to that, the monitor has a very noticeable yellow tint on the right side of the screen. I think I would prefer one or two dead/stuck pixels, since at least those would be somewhat difficult to see during normal usage. The yellow tint is very obvious every time there are light colors on the screen.
I've contacted accessorieswhole regarding getting a refund, hopefully they won't give me any hassle given the good feedback they've gotten from others.

Regarding the yellow tint.. the panels in these monitors are A- for a reason - if not for dead pixels, then most likely for inconsistent colors across the screen. You'd have to go up to the $550 version that AW claims has an A+ panel, or an American monitor with an A+ panel to get a "perfect" one.
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Yellow tint is just bad luck. Usually it's very light-to-nonexistent, but some individual units end up with a lot of noticeable tint. It's something I'd definitely put in as a request for testing prior to sending as one of my main pre-requisites.
   
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What do you folk recommend I use to clean my screen? Currently I just use water w/ a lint free cloth.
post #1647 of 6483
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What do you folk recommend I use to clean my screen? Currently I just use water w/ a lint free cloth.

I was using the Endust LCD screen wipes and then going over it with a Micro-FIber cloth, but even that leaves residue/streaks. I'm wondering the same thing.
post #1648 of 6483
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That replacement power brick is probably made in China. Moreover, a power brick will not cause screen discoloration like that.

Oh, that's not true.
My brother bought a monitor about a month ago from AW and the power brick was written as "made in Korea".
What brought you an idea about made in china?

I also bought 2 monitors from AW and received it today.
and, it is also written as "made in Korea."

anyway, I don't care where it is made from.
It just work fine.
post #1649 of 6483
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Oh, that's not true.
My brother bought a monitor about a month ago from AW and the power brick was written as "made in Korea".
What brought you an idea about made in china?
I also bought 2 monitors from AW and received it today.
and, it is also written as "made in Korea."
anyway, I don't care where it is made from.
It just work fine.
I'm replying to the guy who says to buy a replacement brick from eBay. I'm not talking about the bricks that come with the monitors from Korea.
   
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post #1650 of 6483
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I'm replying to the guy who says to buy a replacement brick from eBay. I'm not talking about the bricks that come with the monitors from Korea.

Yeah, we were talking about Power Bricks and not the actual monitors. The replacement Power Brick is indeed, Made in China. However, the connecter is for US outlets and I believe the one that comes with the original monitors is for European/Asian markets.

This may not be the cause of the above problem, but I'm just clarifying. thumb.gif

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Edited by Humafold - 7/16/12 at 12:23pm
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