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Hmm, wondering if i should give them a call myself. My monitor (Rev 00) has very little backlight bleed, no dead pixels etc. But I seem to have a slight problem with burn-in in atleast one particular game so far (Trials Evolution).

A certain part will burn-in (will sort of flimmer a bit when "lit up" by certain colors), but fades away after an hour or so, but it's always the same mark and at the same spot.

Anyone else had this problem so far? Will see if I can get a picture taken tommorow.

I don't have this problem.

Sorry to hear this. If I was you I would definitely take a picture of it and call Dell. This way when asked you can provide that photo to them if needed. That's defective as it does not sound like anything I've read or heard about this monitor. Ask them you heard about revision A01 and would like that new revision. It'll be at your door step in five days.
     
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Does anyone know any good triple monitor stand for the dell u2713hm. I found this but not sure if this will work

http://shop.easymountlcd.com/Deluxe-Triple-Monitor-Stand-Free-Standing-up-to-28-002-0020-002-0020.htm
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I am almost certain it has to do with stresses that the bezel places on the panel. Typically, IPS glow is only visible when you are not viewing the panel head on. I am guessing that the panel enclosure puts a small amount of stress on the panel, which may change the crystal orientation slightly in certain areas so you re not viewing that section of the panel "head on;" resulting in the appearance of IPS glow when viewing the panel head on (which you can see on ANY panel when you view them from an angle).

As I have said before, the reason the lower left hand glow is yellow is because it is being viewed from the right. If you view ANY part of your panel from the right side, the entire panel will appear to have a yellow tint (when you are viewing a dark screen). When you view the panel from the left, it will appear to have a white glow. This is why glow towards the center and right sides is typically white; you are not viewing it from the right side.


If you twist the panel slightly (like you would if you are adjusting the tilt with your hand on only one side of the panel) you will see the IPS glow location and intensity change radically as the crystal lattice is warped slightly.

You are correct. The yellow glow in the lower left corner is caused by the bezel & case pressure. I received a brand new U2713HM Rev. A01 last Friday, and noticed the glow. I did the same thing you did, which was twist the lower left corner of the panel as if you were tilting the monitor up. I noticed the glow would go away while doing this on a black desktop background. I also noticed the monitor has a green tint to it. Also the color seems washed out on the Standard preset, and SRGB looks better, but still green.

Dell sent me this monitor as a free upgrade. I purchased a S2740L in December, had issues with backlight bleed and on screen distortion. Since then, Dell sent me 5 replacements which all had issues, so then finally decided to upgrade me to the U2713HM. What happened to Dell's quality? It seems these LG panels are not as good as the Samsung's they used to use.
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You are correct. The yellow glow in the lower left corner is caused by the bezel & case pressure. I received a brand new U2713HM Rev. A01 last Friday, and noticed the glow. I did the same thing you did, which was twist the lower left corner of the panel as if you were tilting the monitor up. I noticed the glow would go away while doing this on a black desktop background. I also noticed the monitor has a green tint to it. Also the color seems washed out on the Standard preset, and SRGB looks better, but still green.

Dell sent me this monitor as a free upgrade. I purchased a S2740L in December, had issues with backlight bleed and on screen distortion. Since then, Dell sent me 5 replacements which all had issues, so then finally decided to upgrade me to the U2713HM. What happened to Dell's quality? It seems these LG panels are not as good as the Samsung's they used to use.

It seems like it is just a side effect of the IPS technology; these panels just aren't really designed for use in very dark settings (which makes sense, given how blindingly bright this monitor can get). With my monitor i only notice the glow when I am watching dark scenes in an unlit room. If I am watching something with even a single light on, I can't notice the bleed and the monitor looks fantastic.

I don't know what to say about the green tint; what are you comparing it to? These panels are supposed to come calibrated from the factory, but if you don't like the level of green there are a number of different ways to reduce the green levels (either with the monitor itself or with your GPU settings).
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Hi bobblej,

Welcome to OCN with your first post. Congrats on your upgrade to U2713HM. thumb.gif

Post back a pic of your monitor with name and enter the first post entry. Join us.smile.gif

Slight green tint is common on U2713HM like the red tint on VP2770 both with just the slight touch in blu-rays. I'm not sensitive to it.
     
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You are correct. The yellow glow in the lower left corner is caused by the bezel & case pressure. I received a brand new U2713HM Rev. A01 last Friday, and noticed the glow. I did the same thing you did, which was twist the lower left corner of the panel as if you were tilting the monitor up. I noticed the glow would go away while doing this on a black desktop background. I also noticed the monitor has a green tint to it. Also the color seems washed out on the Standard preset, and SRGB looks better, but still green.

Dell sent me this monitor as a free upgrade. I purchased a S2740L in December, had issues with backlight bleed and on screen distortion. Since then, Dell sent me 5 replacements which all had issues, so then finally decided to upgrade me to the U2713HM. What happened to Dell's quality? It seems these LG panels are not as good as the Samsung's they used to use.
Welcome to OCN!

Isn't the U2713HM nearly twice the price of a S2740L? That's pretty amazing customer service from Dell... yet again biggrin.gif

Post up a pic and submit a request to join using the form in the OP if you'd like and I'll get you added to the club ASAP thumb.gif
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It seems like it is just a side effect of the IPS technology; these panels just aren't really designed for use in very dark settings (which makes sense, given how blindingly bright this monitor can get). With my monitor i only notice the glow when I am watching dark scenes in an unlit room. If I am watching something with even a single light on, I can't notice the bleed and the monitor looks fantastic.

I don't know what to say about the green tint; what are you comparing it to? These panels are supposed to come calibrated from the factory, but if you don't like the level of green there are a number of different ways to reduce the green levels (either with the monitor itself or with your GPU settings).


Compared to my S2740L, 2012 iMac screen, and most monitors i use at work (Dell, Asus, HP, Samsung) it has an overall green tint. I have adjusted it to look great, but wish the pre-calibrated SRGB wasnt so green. Overall its a great monitor.
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Just submit a request using the form in the first post including your graphics card and I'll get you added thumb.gif
It just helps me keep it all organised in a spreadsheet.
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Welcome to OCN!

Isn't the U2713HM nearly twice the price of a S2740L? That's pretty amazing customer service from Dell... yet again biggrin.gif

Post up a pic and submit a request to join using the form in the OP if you'd like and I'll get you added to the club ASAP thumb.gif

Yea! The U2713HM is about twice the price!specool.gif Dell tech support is a little frustrating, but they do definitely take care of their customers thumb.gif
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