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Got a June 2013 A00 version and i only notice the blb on the top right of screen on a black background but other than that it is perfect.

Congrats on the monitor smile.gif

Top right is in new spot. Most have been lower left. Thanks for the revision info. I take it your keeping it. Go ahead and submit a pic with OCN name in screen shot and entry on OP page to join us. thumb.gif
     
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Got a June 2013 A00 version and i only notice the blb on the top right of screen on a black background but other than that it is perfect.

Congrats on the monitor smile.gif

Top right is in new spot. Most have been lower left. Thanks for the revision info. I take it your keeping it. Go ahead and submit a pic with OCN name in screen shot and entry on OP page to join us. thumb.gif

I have yellow BLB on the bottom left. It's very prominent in a black background but no show in any other color.
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Here you go bad pic inc..

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Can a dead pixel just come out of no where?

Also, there was this flashing box that persisted after using the PRAD Ghosting test program. Is there a way to fix this?
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Can a dead pixel just come out of no where?

Also, there was this flashing box that persisted after using the PRAD Ghosting test program. Is there a way to fix this?

I bought a tv last year that developed a single dead red subpixel after a few days. Kind of annoying considering it was already on the wall, but I took it down to be exchanged.
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I just got my U2713HM. There is a ton of real estate on this screen. Everything online looks small.

I've tried the default windows calibration software, then went back to the default factory setting. Compared to my U2311H monitor, I think the colour is a bit soft? I am not sure if this is due to the big resolution that everything appears smaller.

Is there a better way to calibrate this screen? I seem to be going back and fourth between standard and Game.

Also, is there a youtube video or a website which I can use to test the monitor? Just to make sure there are no dead pixels or anything. I am going to test this monitor with the ps3 next.

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If you can't see any dead pixels on a white or black background then I wouldn't worry about it. It's only when you notice them it becomes a problem. I loved everything about the Dell, such a shame the cross hatching issue is so prominent. I have the ASUS arriving tomorrow. Will report back of course. Likely to be in the correct thread though. Big thanks to Arizonian for all the advice.
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I see. Thanks. Text still appear small in web browser.

Should I increase windows font size, web browser zoom/font size or lower the resolution to 1080p?
    
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Can a dead pixel just come out of no where?

Also, there was this flashing box that persisted after using the PRAD Ghosting test program. Is there a way to fix this?

Technically yes you can develop a dead pixel later down the road. It happened with my PB278Q that had one in the lower left that I couldn't really see. Then almost two weeks in a second appeared and I noticed it because it was right in line of sight dead center and it could dot an 'i' when viewing text. Once noticed I couldn't train my eye to focus off of it. Hence the return of that monitor and prompted me to try the U2713HM which I ended up preferring.

As for the PRAD test you took, ack, I thought you were happy with the monitor. Why still run tests? Not sure what the test did for this flashing box. Have you tried turning off the monitor for a while and then see if that clears it up. Not sure what to say on that. Maybe Mjolnir125 has some thought since he was the one trying to find if you saw ghosting. The older revisions did not exhibit one bit of ghosting. He may have just received a bad monitor.
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I see. Thanks. Text still appear small in web browser.

Should I increase windows font size, web browser zoom/font size or lower the resolution to 1080p?

Congrats on the monitor. thumb.gif

Coming from 1080p to 1440p can take a little bit to get used to but going back to 1080p will defeat the purpose of the extra real estate your gaining. Give it a couple weeks and you'll see you won't be able to go back. Everything just has such more color it's beautiful.

Don't forget to post a pic of your monitor with OCN screen name in shot and fill out the entry form on OP and join us. smile.gif
     
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Congrats on the monitor. thumb.gif

Coming from 1080p to 1440p can take a little bit to get used to but going back to 1080p will defeat the purpose of the extra real estate your gaining. Give it a couple weeks and you'll see you won't be able to go back. Everything just has such more color it's beautiful.

Don't forget to post a pic of your monitor with OCN screen name in shot and fill out the entry form on OP and join us. smile.gif

I see. Thanks. I just adjust the windows font size from "smaller" to "medium". That seem to work for most part.

On standard setting, I did not notice any problems with KOF XIII on my PS3. So everything is fine there. The scale up is not that big of an issue as I can sit further away from the monitor. Also Tried XCOM:EU, on 1440p. I can see more of the map.
    
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