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So, update. Good and bad news.
Good news, got the monitor finally after 3 weeks (2 of which it was lost by DHL and customs). Also good news, it arrived in good condition and i did quite a few lookovers, didn't notice any stuck or dead pixels. Backlight bleed is minimal as well. Just a little from the bottom right near the LED power light as others have noted.
BAD news. Found this gem. I know someone found something like this earlier, did you manage to fix it!?


I see bleed from all 4 corners. Definitely not "minimal" in my prospective. Bet it will be much worse in a dark room.
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I see bleed from all 4 corners, especially up left and bottom right . Definitely not "minimal" in my prospective. Bet it will be much worse in a dark room.
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I see bleed from all 4 corners, especially up left and bottom right . Definitely not "minimal" in my prospective. Bet it will be much worse in a dark room.

I know it looks like that, but it's just the way my phone camera auto-balanced it, because of that artifact, without it, it would've been much more neutral. Perceptually, I can barely tell.

Anyway, what is this even called? Should I try a different DVI cable or it is unrelated?
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I just ordered one from TA_planet. Can't wait.
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I know it looks like that, but it's just the way my phone camera auto-balanced it, because of that artifact, without it, it would've been much more neutral. Perceptually, I can barely tell.
Anyway, what is this even called? Should I try a different DVI cable or it is unrelated?

pressure mark? or something like that?
Most of the korean sellers promise to check the screen before ship. If it's true, how come they shipped you a monitor with such obvious defeat? Do they actually check the screen, or they just have bad eyesight?
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pressure mark? or something like that?
Most of the korean sellers promise to check the screen before ship. If it's true, how come they shipped you a monitor with such obvious defeat? Do they actually check the screen, or they just have bad eyesight?

I'm wondering the same thing, I ordered from BCC. He's the one that capitalizes the most on the 'checks'. I e-mailed him this afternoon when I got this, hopefully he replies.
post #2797 of 6483
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I know it looks like that, but it's just the way my phone camera auto-balanced it, because of that artifact, without it, it would've been much more neutral. Perceptually, I can barely tell.
Anyway, what is this even called? Should I try a different DVI cable or it is unrelated?

I remember there was another person who had something like that and over time that started to disappear. He had a large circle of dead pixels that revived themselves somehow and he was left with none.

See if massaging the pixels does anything.
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u mean red-cap is very sure that the pcb is the cause of dead backlight problem? i guess you could take a picture of it and post here. I'll try to help

I don't think he's absolutely sure its the PCB, and neither am I, I just think he wants to avoid having to pay to ship the monitor back and sending a new one. However, it was pointed out by someone on thiis thread that the dead backlight is unlikely the result of the bulb dying because there are several of them and they wouldn't all die at once, and its most likely the LED controller on the PCB that failed, not the backlight itself. So, I'm trying to be hopeful. I will try and take pictures and put together a guide as I do the replacement since there isn't one currently. Still waiting for red-cap to get the replacement PCB, then ship it over here though so its gonna be a little before I get to try.
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I remember there was another person who had something like that and over time that started to disappear. He had a large circle of dead pixels that revived themselves somehow and he was left with none.
See if massaging the pixels does anything.


Are you talking about Takao? He only made that one post. I messaged him, haven't gotten a reply yet.
Also, they're not 'dead' because the pixels themselves show everything but black.
Tried massaging for like 2 minutes, no change.
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Are you talking about Takao? He only made that one post. I messaged him, haven't gotten a reply yet.
Also, they're not 'dead' because the pixels themselves show everything but black.
Tried massaging for like 2 minutes, no change.

Hm...I thought they were dead.

I would probably try to get a replacement.
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