Originally Posted by Heimdallr
I just got this monitor, i have yet to run it at full resolution because i'm with the igpu, tomorrow if all goes well i will have my new video card as well.
Anyway one question, if i find one or more dead pixel a few weeks/months from now, i can get a perfect pixel monitor from Dell anyway or i have to contact them immediatly?
I'm worried i could miss a dead pixel and see it only later on.
The premium panel warranty has you covered for a solid three years if your monitor should display any imperfections, so no worries there. If your keeping your monitor, we'd love for you to join us by submitting a picture w/screen name and fill out the submission on OP to join us too.
I provided some info to elBradford how to check your monitor if you want to give it a good run down. CLICK HERE
Originally Posted by Jarno82
I just wanted to mention that I've been trying to get the latest revision/build for weeks, most recently today. I'm now on my fourth defective U2713HM. The particular supervisor with whom I spoke told me he'd have to look into it. I'm not thrilled about that, as tomorrow marks 30 days since my initial purchase.
As always, it depends on the person you speak with.
Hope you sqaure things away with Dell, keep us posted.
OH - saw your a first time poster and just joined us......Welcome to OCN!
Originally Posted by pwkno
I just tried watching a letterboxed movie trailer and it's really not that visible in actual use. I think I will keep it. Thanks!
Most of what I was seeing on the blank black screen was probably just IPS glow anyways as it was not visible when looking at it straight on.
Glad to hear it's a keeper. Please post your pic and screen name in screen shot for OP submission and join us.
Originally Posted by Denilson
I just got this monitor like someone say can I get the best settings for that monitor...
Powered by a GTX 580 Lightning.
I found ' Color Temp / 6500K - 75% Contrast 35% Brightness'
to be my favorite all around pre-set I will leave for everything from gaming, watching movies etc. Since it's factory pre-calibrated pretty well, any of the pre-sets do well honestly. Some may find the OSD automatic settings that will auto switch between pre-sets useful when switching to games, movies or general desktop use.
The U2713HM runs blu-ray movies at native 24 Hz play back for smooth viewing and only time I will over clock refresh rate to 90 Hz is gaming for a bit more fluidity. My GPU has no problems keeping dips above 90 FPS on the games I play and do not experience any stutter.
Welcome to the club.
Also anyone else I might have missed, if you haven't submitted a pic of your monitor and OCN name in screen shot - PLEASE DO.