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50 dead pixels on a 1440p screen doesnt seem like a big deal to me, i currently own a benq ****ty ass monitor with colors so washed out its not even fun to game on.
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Wake up my friend! When in this age of time a factory sealed monitor needs to be "checked" by a retailer before shipping it out? All of this crap is a scam! These Korean sellers simply bought factory rejected junks and sell them to people who are happy to accept monitors with 10s to 100s to stuck pixels, severe backlight bleeds, severe tint/coloration, poor uniformity, missing input ports, flickers, burnt-out pcb boards, severe ghosting, missing cables, etc. etc. etc., just go back and read all these defects reported by members in last 30 days, and even a retard will be able to see what really is going on!
But, you will also see how many people here willingly accept the defects and praising the sellers who sold them the defected monitors, this is the most bizarre consumer behavior I had ever witnessed, completely irrational and mind-boggling.
Stop generalizing. I bought my monitor from a korean seller, as a non- pixel perfect, and got a pixel perfect monitor.

edit: have you even purchased one of these monitors? Or are you just mindlessly ranting on about second hand information?
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post #4093 of 6483
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Originally Posted by FattyMcFatFatFatty View Post

Stop generalizing. I bought my monitor from a korean seller, as a non- pixel perfect, and got a pixel perfect monitor.
edit: have you even purchased one of these monitors? Or are you just mindlessly ranting on about second hand information?

I purchased 2 just little over two weeks ago.

"mindlessly ranting on about second hand information" sounds like something you would do very well, and that is "specific", not generalization, that would fit you like a pair of tailor-fit gloves wink.gifthumb.gif
post #4094 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Legnar View Post

50 dead pixels on a 1440p screen doesnt seem like a big deal to me, i currently own a benq ****ty ass monitor with colors so washed out its not even fun to game on.

Benq monitors are known for poor image quality and color accuracy.

Happened to me when I bought a crappy Benq XL2410T. It came with dead pixels, ridiculous backlight bleeding and poor color accuracy. Eventually exchanged it for the Samsung S23A950D which I still use for gaming and is tons better than the Benq.

Never buying a Benq monitor again.
post #4095 of 6483
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Originally Posted by user33 View Post

monitors with 10s to 100s to stuck pixels, severe backlight bleeds, severe tint/coloration, poor uniformity, missing input ports, flickers, burnt-out pcb boards, severe ghosting, missing cables, etc. etc. etc., j
My monitor has none of the above issues, except the screen is a little bit yellow tint, but it may be my room ambient light. May be you are unlucky that you received a bad batch of monitors. As others have said, you get what you paid for, A- panel for a discounted price. I just hope my monitor last a few years.
post #4096 of 6483
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Originally Posted by user33 View Post

Wake up my friend! When in this age of time a factory sealed monitor needs to be "checked" by a retailer before shipping it out? All of this crap is a scam! These Korean sellers simply bought factory rejected junks and sell them to people who are happy to accept monitors with 10s to 100s to stuck pixels, severe backlight bleeds, severe tint/coloration, poor uniformity, missing input ports, flickers, burnt-out pcb boards, severe ghosting, missing cables, etc. etc. etc., just go back and read all these defects reported by members in last 30 days, and even a retard will be able to see what really is going on!
But, you will also see how many people here willingly accept the defects and praising the sellers who sold them the defected monitors, this is the most bizarre consumer behavior I had ever witnessed, completely irrational and mind-boggling.
I do believe the manufactor tests them... And maybe on different levels. For example astromobile probalt tells them to skip testing because they need to pay more. Bcc and accessorieswhole tell crossover to only send quality monitors.
Im not willingly to accept those issueses you described. Thats the reason i purchased at BCC. You didnt.
post #4097 of 6483
BCC finally shipped it after 8 days now. He apologized and shipped it. Let's see what state the monitor is in when arriving.
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BCC finally shipped it after 8 days now. He apologized and shipped it. Let's see what state the monitor is in when arriving.
Let us know!smile.gif i will probaly get it tommorow, my monitor is currently on the plane.
You could get it faster it you asked to skip testings. So do think someone tests these monitors.
post #4099 of 6483
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Let us know!smile.gif i will probaly get it tommorow, my monitor is currently on the plane.
You could get it faster it you asked to skip testings. So do think someone tests these monitors.

Well thats what he told me, so I hope he tested them. I did ask him, so lets see what he replies.
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Just recieved a 27Q-LED P from redhat. Didn't go perfect pixel, and I'm glad I didn't Took 10 minutes to find the only dead pixel on the screen, roughly 1 mm from the bezel on the left side, about 1/5 of the way up the monitor. Zero backlight bleed as well. The screen tilt is perfect, completely level in both landscape and portrait mode. Also, the back of the display was black rather than the glossy white.

Overall, I'm very satisfied. The display actually looks considerably better than my father's Cinema Display mac after messing around with the color settings. Shipping was surprisingly fast as well. Arrived two days after it was marked as being shipped from Korea according to the tracking number.
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