Originally Posted by MrKay
They look the same as the apple screen. The only problem with these screens are you might get a few stuck pixel after a while or its there but you cant tell. I had mine and after an hour i had 12 stuck pixel and 4 dead pixel which was there from the beginning after testing that is. Or you can be one of the lucky ones. They are very good screens but in the long run you might get a few problems with the pcb dies after few months or backlight and when the 1 year is up they wont send you one for free you will have to buy one off them that's if they sell it or have stock left for that model. But if you don't care about the long run then its fine getting these screens. I will be getting the new dell 27 model since there not that much if you compare the perfect pixel ones sell for £280 to £320 and you can get the dell for around £450 to £500 now that's like adding another £170 or something like that but you will get a peace of mind in the long run if something was to go wrong. Try this link to see if you have any stuck pixel or dead pixel you will have to be very close to see if you have any stuck or dead pixel
I did run that "test" before, not a single stuck/dead pixel i can find.
I have to say i ordered a pixel perfect one though.
I do, however have some back-light bleeding but its minimal, only in the upper left corner there is some bleeding visible, but not much at all.
I have heard of Apple and Dell screens that had bleeding issues. Bleeding is part of these screens, not much you can do about it. Every screen will eventually have some, but some more then other.
It doesn't bother me, i mean... What can you complain about, paying 400$ for a screen usually worth 3 times as much.
I have read about the PCB/MOSFET overheating on blue PCB's. I already contacted Red-cap about it and he will provide me a new PCB if needed.
Heck, I haven't had the time to check if i even have the new green PCB, or still the blue "faulty" one. I will take a look at it tomorrow.
I am very satisfied until now, zero dead/stuck pixels, minimal back-light bleeding and my adapter isn't getting crazy warm at all unlike others.