Originally Posted by juano
What sort of tests did you run?
Full Screen RGB slides with random black and white patterns, run it for about 10 minutes its actually something that is also supposed to help get the pixels un stuck if you have any. You can find one of these just by typing in youtube "dead pixel test"
Also for light bleed you set a plain black screen up and you can see how the lighting in the panel is, its really easy to see if there's bad light bleeding from the edges.
Image retention I checked over night and I had no burn in but thats as simple as leaving something like steam open full screen all night with the screen set to not turn off after a period of time, I also have a Retina macbook pro and I happened to be one of the lucky ones with those screens too.
Put a full white screen up and make sure its white like paper all through out the display and not off at the edges. I tested this mainly because in the thread about this monitor some are posting images with the all white background and they are an off white at the edges of the screen and perfect white in the middle.
Originally Posted by iARDAs
I updated bro
Enjoy your second monitor.
Welcome to the club
Post a picture with your name and I will add you bro. If you can't for some reason just let me know anyway. Enjoy bro and welcome to the 1440p+ gaming club
@ everyone else
I updated all the beautiful screenshots. Keep them coming guys
Here you go, sorry I was so excited about getting the monitor and making the 1440p jump I didn't quite read the requirements for joining the club. I have to say this though, I played borderlands 2 in the morning yesterday before the screen and after with the new 1440p and I will never go back
Originally Posted by General121
Microcenter lets you test it all in store?
Yeah they will let you try them out, I was actually there 5 minutes to close and I didn't want to be "that guy". The store is only about 20 minutes from me and I know a few of the employees there so I wasn't too worried about it.
Originally Posted by Booty Warrior
Full screen a solid color/shade and scan carefully. White/Red/Green/Blue/Black. If you have any stuck pixels they'll stand out as the wrong color. Dead pixels will just show up as tiny black dots.
Stuck pixels can become unstuck over time, dead pixels however stay dead
Luckily my Auria came with 0 of either!
Not even going to lie, at first glance I thought that was a photograph. Beautiful
Best $400 I've spent in a long time! I'm sure you feel the same lol.