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Its a 90 day warranty so ill be sure to take full advantage of it while I have a chance.

Ive been told that refurbs undergo more stringent tests that new items so im betting on that being true. Ive had good luck with past refurb purchases so hopefully I get a good one.

90 day is what I was also given for my Asus.
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It is.
They are very good for gaming, very similar to the Asus PB278Q, ViewSonic VP2770 and other 1440p monitors.

in this Video, when he went to the car and tabbed the man, i think the monitor lagged the fast movement of the stab.
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myvu4y8y.jpg

So this is what im seeing on the monitor I just got. Its a recision A02. That look normal to you guys? Kind of redish hue on one side and a regular looking ips gliw on the other.

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Hope you get a good one smile.gif
My first had two bright spots and pretty bad backlight bleeding, Dell have a zero tolerance policy on bright spots so I got a replacement straight away. The one I have now is 100% perfect, not even any backlight bleed which is very rare. Chances are you will get some IPS glow in the bottom left but once you turn the brightness down to about 50% it is barely visible (default is 75% which is a bit too bright).

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Starting to get tempted by the sales....how does this monitor compare to the Asus PB278Q and Viewsonic VP2770? Will be using it for gaming.

Not sure how much response rate/input lag would matter to me since I've been using a Samsung 32'' LED HDTV without noticing any laginess while playing BF3

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Is there any way to OC the refresh rate with an AMD GPU? I can't seem to find anything in the catalyst control center that would let me override the default refresh rate restrictions, so I am assuming I would have to download a third party utility.

I notice no input lag on my U2713hm in gaming either.

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Hey guys just got my U2713HM this week and it seems like most people are getting a lot of backlight bleeding with this model, particularly in the bottom left corner. I was hoping it wouldn't be an issue with mine but the one I received (Feb 2013 manufacture date) has the same issue. I already got an RMA monitor sent to me and it has the exact same issue except it's even worse and obviously refurbished (monitor stand is a little scratched up and manufacture date of Sept 2012).

It's pretty noticeable when watching a movie/playing a game with dark scenes. Am I being too nitpicky or should I just make a full return? I'm honestly considering the Asus PB278Q at this point...

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I already had the brightness set to 20 in the OSD menu before even checking for backlight bleed and when I set it to 100 it's very noticeable. Just loaded up The Dark Knight Rises and in the night scenes you very easily see the yellow glow coming from the corner. The anti-glare coating on my U2711 made text unpleasant to read for long periods of time which is the main reason I bought this but apart from that it had no issues like this.

Here are some pictures I took. Sorry about the quality, I'm not sure why it looks so bright. The first two are at 20% and the last one is at 100% brightness.

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Originally Posted by ajresendez View Post

myvu4y8y.jpg

So this is what im seeing on the monitor I just got. Its a recision A02. That look normal to you guys? Kind of redish hue on one side and a regular looking ips gliw on the other.

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I317 using Tapatalk


hi tech pros thumb.gif


I really don't know what to do thinking.gif

I was thinking that the Dell U2713HM would have no black light bleed .. and also wondering about the ASUS PB278Q


I like to get into massive FPS gaming and with searching about IPS and PLS monitors I learned they are reasonable with gaming ..

I also was wondering if it's nice to buy SONY bravia ,, it seems very nice TV >> I'm afraid that it could have input lag in gaming .. especially FPS games.

So ... what should I do ? Would you recommend BenQ XL2702T with its 1920*1080?

I really liked the idea of 2560*1440 ..



I want a nice matte monitor with no back light bleed and super in games >> sonic.gif
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Compared to Asus PB278Q what is the best as response time ?
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Compared to Asus PB278Q what is the best as response time ?

According to PRAD they are 0.1ms response time difference of each other which is negligible.
     
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According to PRAD they are 0.1ms response time difference of each other which is negligible.
i speak about response time
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i speak about response time

I post a very long time ago a bit about what I found regarding both monitors. CLICK HERE. Hope that helps.
     
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I post a very long time ago a bit about what I found regarding both monitors. CLICK HERE. Hope that helps.
Ok but this only a PRAD review reported by you, i dont care about it.
Prad is not so good and its response / lag test are too insufficient.
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I own a U2713HM, too. Had both, the PB278Q and the Dell. And I found the Asus to be brighter which isn´t to my liking. It also gave me headaches, although I´m not known to be flicker sensitive
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