just registered here as i've put together my first PC in nearly a decade, and i'm having some issues with my U2713HM [who isnt!].
so, have a relatively decent unit on the first go, but it had some annoying backlight bleeding in the top right, and bottom left of the screen.
spoke with Dell, and they sent me out a new unit straight away.
first thing i notice upon receiving it is there's something loose INSIDE the monitor.
when i picked it up and took it out of the box it sounds like there's a loose piece of metal just rolling around in there - very, very concerning to say the least.
no backlight bleed when i plugged it in and turned it on, so that's a bonus, BUT - the right side of the screen seems to be noticeably darker than the left.
i spend most of my time in my email inbox, or in microsoft office editing my client records, and all the white on the right side of my monitor looks darker / faded and almost yellow[ish].
now, i'm probably much more sensitive to this than most people [as i bought this monitor for heavy photography work and my eyes are used to looking around for such inconsistencies], but is this normal?
i'm finding it VERY distracting, and am wondering if i should just RMA again before my 30 days run out?
*after plugging in my old monitor again, it actually seems to have the same problem, albeit to a slightly lesser degree, and in the opposite direction
Edited by turcy - 4/19/14 at 11:34am
anybody experience similar things? i bought this monitor based on reviews which said it had EXEMPLARY uniformity & luminance...
edit: i've gone ahead and asked for another replacement, can't hurt to keep trying!