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Newegg.com- ordered this past Saturday- shipped from the NJ Warehouse.

So REV A01 is the one to have or?

I have the Rev. A01 manufactured in March 2013, which has had issues since i received it. DELL sent me a replacement A00 manufactured in November, which also had issues. The only noticeble changes from A00 to A01 is the crosshatching is less noticeable on the Rev. A01. The backlight bleed isnt as bad, but still there, and image retention is still an issue (had it really bad lastnight). The next revision should be "the one"...
post #552 of 3079
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Newegg.com- ordered this past Saturday- shipped from the NJ Warehouse.

So REV A01 is the one to have or?

Yes. Right now it's the one.

Looking forward to your observations tonight and pics.
     
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Where is the revision number located? I got my u2713hm a little over a month ago directly from Dell. Just some light bleed on the lower center. Though it doesn't bother me. rolleyes.gif
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Where is the revision number located? I got my u2713hm a little over a month ago directly from Dell. Just some light bleed on the lower center. Though it doesn't bother me. rolleyes.gif

On the back panel by S/N #

Remember even A00 versions were shipped without issues with luck just like others in this club like Andy our OP getting one without problem as example.
     
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Yep, my A00 was better than my A01.
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Question to Datacolor Spyder4 Pro owners.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16832994011&Tpk=Spyder4%20Pro&IsVirtualParent=1&RandomID=43527722087910120130604115958

I realize using a color calibration tool is mostly for photographers who want color accurate reprints. I also know that for just gaming and multimedia, color calibration is not required for this monitor.

I've read that sometimes the calibration can possibly make things worse but where it does work can improve vibrancy up to 26% on monitors.

I'm trying to figure out if it's worth it for me to make an investment and purchase it for both my monitors. Love to hear your thoughts.

Anyone with the Spyder4 Pro make an ICC profile they can share? TTF Central's wasn't so spectacular compared to preset 6500K for mine.
     
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The Rev A01 I have had slightly WORSE cross hatching than the A00, but the bleed wasn't as bad so I prefer it. It doesn't seem like they really fixed anything consistently across the board with the A01, so it is still pretty much luck.


I wouldn't really say that the Spyder 4 is necessary if you don't plan on doing photo work. Yes, it makes the colors more accurate, but in games and movies it doesn't make all that much difference since the U2713HM is pretty close to begin with in both the sRGB and standard/custom presets (which both have the same wider gamut than sRGB). I mostly got the Spyder 4 to calibrate some other monitors that I have so they can be used for photo work (a U2211h and a Benq G2400W TN panel). The calibration of the U2713HM changed it a bit, but movies don't look any "better" or "worse," just slightly different. I will say that I was able to get to a very low .65 average DeltaE value with a relatively fast, low quality calibration, which seems to indicate that this panel is pretty accurate. The panel doesn't get any more or less vibrant and calibration doesn't seem to measurably lower or raise the gamut.


I have calibrated profiles for both the sRGB and custom presets (with the Spyder 4 Pro), but the forum won't let me upload them because they aren't one of the file types it accepts...
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Well I caved and bought another U2713hm... I am calling a gift to myself for finishing spring quarter...

I mean, my single U2713hm just looks so lonely by itsself... I had to buy it a friend right?!

This is why I am poor.
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Well I caved and bought another U2713hm... I am calling a gift to myself for finishing spring quarter...

I mean, my single U2713hm just looks so lonely by itsself... I had to buy it a friend right?!

This is why I am poor.

Congrats Kilter thumb.gif

Defintely post a pic with name on it per OP page and submit to join us. biggrin.gif
     
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Hi guys smile.gif

Sorry I've been kind of inactive on this thread for a while. I have real life commitments which means I don't get as much time on OCN as I used to.

I'll still be keeping up with membership applications and updating entries. From now on if you'd like to be updated send in another application with your name followed by 'Update'.
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'AndyM95 - Update'
Followed by the number of monitors you have and your GPU.

Terreos, you've been updated. I'm jelly of that shiny new 780! If you could upload your new picture to OCN directly I'll update that as well.

I'd like to give a huge thanks to Arizonian for helping out in this thread thumb.gif
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