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Whats the backlight, glow and black levels like piezo?
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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

The target was 120cdm/2.
Every one's display+gpu is different so my profile might not work for you. I wouldn't mind seeing some before/after pics with the profile though, yours might have been like mine and suffered from a massive blue tint, seeing it change may look off when in reality it isn't, but who knows.

Did you measure the maximum brightness of the CrossOver? I'm trying to figure out how long to hold the brightness button to get 120cmd/2.

Also I didn't notice any red tint after loading your profile, but I'll try before and after pictures if you want. Got any pictures you want me to try out?

Also seems like green stuck pixels are a common defect with these CrossOvers. I have one green stuck pixel on mine too.
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The maximum luminance on mine was 280cdm/2, a far cry from the claimed 380-420cdm/2. I don't remember how many times I decreased the brightness to get near 120cdm/2.

Wall base has some awesome 1440p pictures, pic one you like...
http://wallpaperswide.com/2560x1440-wallpapers-r.html

If every one with a camera and some photo-skills could take a picture of something they like and provide a link for the actual image I think that would help.....well help me get a vague idea on the kind of colour accuracy variations out there
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I took a picture of this Norway wallpaper:

http://wallpaperswide.com/norway_2-wallpapers.html

Here's the uncalibrated image:

sSALC.jpg

Here's the calibrated image using MenacingTuba's color profile:

hxWOm.jpg

An easier way to see the difference is to click between "First Image" and "Second Image" links on this page:

http://imgur.com/sSALC,hxWOm
post #585 of 6483
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Whats the backlight, glow and black levels like piezo?

So as far as backlight bleeding, I'm not seeing any. It looks extremely uniform when I display full coloured backgrounds. Blacks look decent to me... I just tried skipping through an episode of Game of Thrones to check, and it looked good. With a black background it's a little lighter than if the monitor is off. If I could do some kind of test to see the exact black level, I would be willing to do that. As for ips glow, when I look at it from extreme viewing angles it glows white. Comparing to my dell monitor, which would go reddish or purple at extreme angles, I would say this isn't really a problem with the panel itself but more of a general ips problem. Also because of the glossy panel, viewing angles are quite obscured anyway.


In regards to the colour profile, is there a way to save whatever the default one is at? Just incase this other one doesn't turn out right for me.
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In regards to the colour profile, is there a way to save whatever the default one is at? Just incase this other one doesn't turn out right for me.

You can click the Profile button in the Color Management screen and select "reset my settings to system defaults" if you don't like it. You can also make your own profile with default settings.
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probly been asked before hows gaming on these lag noticeable?
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Go to X (Wal-Mart, Best Buy?) store with a hassle free return policy, buy a video card, test out your display and make use of the return policy. There is no need to blow 60$ on a budget card or ship the monitor back until you figure out what is wrong. It is time for a new video card anyway biggrin.gif , a 470 won't cut it unless you only play old games or play everything with medium/low settings.

That's what I did with the 6450. Picked it up, tried it out, didn't work, and then returned it haha.

Yea, yea, I know I need a new card. The 470 has been going a bit haywire as of late, but it still works. I can either pursue this monitor or return the monitor and pick up a new video card. Unfortunately, I can't afford both =(. No matter what I like to tell myself I don't game much at all beyond the occasional TF2 match, so it's not a huge priority for me =)
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Just sent a request to Red-cap for my tracking numbers as I never recieved them originally.
I received the response in about half an hour with an apology, 3 tracking numbers and a link to the track-trace website which was rather nice.
Entered the numbers in to find they were indeed held by customs but only for ~24 hours and have been signed for by my housemate as of yesterday morning. 10 Days from purchase to arrival in Australia, including several public holidays from Easter and a customs hold.. not bad

Will be heading home in a couple of hours to check em out thumb.gif

Then I'll be spending about 4 weeks straight fighting with AMD drivers and third party software to make a Portrait-Landscape-Portrait setup
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