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Video showing yellow bleed disappear when relieving bezel pressure.....:wink.gif

This is what leads me to say it isn't backlight bleed, at least not in the typical sense. With IPS panels, the glow is dependent on your viewing angle relative to the screen. However, it seems that the pressure of the enclosure warps the panel slightly, so the same effect is visible when viewed straight on. It is clearly the same affect as the normal IPS glow, but visible at normal viewing angles as well.
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I relieved the yellow glow slightly on mine by sliding a very thin piece of paper under the bezel on the left side. Only applyly very light pressure on the screen tones it down a little, but exaggerates it a tad in 1 small area. So I took the risk and did this. tongue.gif It's not gone completely but slightly better than before.

Hopefully this doesn't damage the display in any way, lol. It's slid in too far to take out now so I'm committed. redface.gif It's not applying much pressure at all though - only touching your finger on the screen eases the glow slightly - so it should be ok hopefully.

The bottom right corner this doesn't work for - applying slightly more pressure exaggerates it. So it looks like on mine the left side needs more pressure and the right needs less.

Edit: Also in that video, you definitely have it worse than I do... what brightness setting is that?
Edited by Paganister - 5/18/13 at 12:23am
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Its crazy that you pay $700 for a monitor and have to apply the same type of fixes as the $300 Korean monitors..lol
 
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As mentioned earlier by a few people, I'd rather not take the risk of buying a Korean panel in case something was wrong with it and the major headache that would ensue on trying to replace it.
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As mentioned earlier by a few people, I'd rather not take the risk of buying a Korean panel in case something was wrong with it and the major headache that would ensue on trying to replace it.
I don't want to buy one either due to the risk.I am just saying you should never have to jam a piece of paper in anything to make it work..Thats just crappy Quality control on Dells part..I was thinking of getting this Dell this week but after reading all the reviews on Dells website and most the members on here having to go through at least 2 monitors to get a good one is not ok with me.
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I know, it's just annoying this is the case. smile.gif
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Its crazy that you pay $700 for a monitor and have to apply the same type of fixes as the $300 Korean monitors..lol
It's unfortunate, at least you get a full guarantee so if you aren't happy you can get a quick exchange which you can't with many Koreans. One thing I urge people to consider is that in threads like this you normally only hear about the bad, not the good so don't let it put you off. The majority of the members haven't had problems and most of the people I know don't have problems smile.gif

The chances are if you receive a faulty first monitor your second one will be fine, when you do get a good monitor it's well worth it.

I do wish Dell would bring out another revision which fixes the pressure that occurs in the bottom left, this is the main problem and it's not hard to fix. Apart from this their quality control is actually very good, I don't think a single person in this thread has posted about having bright/stuck/dead pixels.
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$700? Not for me.....$585 more like it to my front door, free cross shipping. smile.gif

Yeah.....I agree that you hear the bad more. I know that it seems there isn't any better luck than any other panel regarding IPS glow. You'd think they would test for that before sending them out.

I too will confirm I had to get a second monitor due to first with a bit too much glow. Neither had one bright dot or dead pixel. That's good QA there in that regards when IPS glow is normal.

After my PB278Q had two dead pixels and starring at those, I'd prefer glow as long as its not visible when watching movies or gaming in the dark black borders. The opportunity for exchange and three years of a perfect panel guarantee is what you pay for.

Two years down the road something goes wrong, I'm way more positive of my exchange is going to happen with much higher percentage its going to be replaced.

I also notice when buying cheaper monitors, people have only the 30 days to figure it out with retailer only.

Some of those people that buy over seas also just deal with what they get rather than dissect it for flaws because they can't do any thing about it trying to exchange it.

You get what you pay for verbiage. Your getting "premium panel" warranty with U2713HM.
     
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I think that it's a great monitor.

I paid 550€ for a 27 inch monitor with a 2560x1440 resolution, an accurate color and three year warranty.

It's my first U2713HM and I think that it's perfect.

I didn't notice a lot of difference between my Philips 224EL, isn't it? I was thinking that will be a lot of difference between the IPS and TN panel...


Backlight test at 100% brightness, ISO 400, exposure -2

Backlight test at 35% brightness, ISO 400, exposure -2

Backlight test at 0% brightness, ISO 400, exposure -2


The backlight/glow it's only visible without any type of light, so for me it's OK, I never stay at PC with 0 light.

It's the perfect monitor for engineering!

The graphic card it's a GTX 670.
Edited by MarT2 - 5/18/13 at 9:49am
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I relieved the yellow glow slightly on mine by sliding a very thin piece of paper under the bezel on the left side. Only applyly very light pressure on the screen tones it down a little, but exaggerates it a tad in 1 small area. So I took the risk and did this. tongue.gif It's not gone completely but slightly better than before.

Hopefully this doesn't damage the display in any way, lol. It's slid in too far to take out now so I'm committed. redface.gif It's not applying much pressure at all though - only touching your finger on the screen eases the glow slightly - so it should be ok hopefully.

The bottom right corner this doesn't work for - applying slightly more pressure exaggerates it. So it looks like on mine the left side needs more pressure and the right needs less.

Edit: Also in that video, you definitely have it worse than I do... what brightness setting is that?

Brightness was set at 75 in the video (default) on the SRGB preset
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