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So good to see there is a forum full of U2713HM experts! I have a U2913WM which is wonderful for movies and seems to me to be a BIG improvement over the U2711. I don't know if it has to do with the light anti-glare coating of the 2913 vs the 2711 or other things but the U2912 colors look quite more vibrant and richer. The U2711 colors look like washed out and pale in comparison.
However I miss the extra space of the U2711 for some games and would like to get the U2713HM based on the many good reviews I've read. As Im impressed over the great colors of the U2913, does the U2713HM have similar/same color reproduction? When comparing the U2713HM over the U2711 will I also notice that BIG favorable change in colors reproduction that I found in the U2913 when comparing with the U2711.
Which monitor would be closer to the the U2711, the U2713HM or the U2713H?
Thank you!!
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So good to see there is a forum full of U2713HM experts! I have a U2913WM which is wonderful for movies and seems to me to be a BIG improvement over the U2711. I don't know if it has to do with the light anti-glare coating of the 2913 vs the 2711 or other things but the U2912 colors look quite more vibrant and richer. The U2711 colors look like washed out and pale in comparison.
However I miss the extra space of the U2711 for some games and would like to get the U2713HM based on the many good reviews I've read. As Im impressed over the great colors of the U2913, does the U2713HM have similar/same color reproduction? When comparing the U2713HM over the U2711 will I also notice that BIG favorable change in colors reproduction that I found in the U2913 when comparing with the U2711.
Which monitor would be closer to the the U2711, the U2713HM or the U2713H?
Thank you!!
The reason the colours on the U2711 didn't look great is because you have to have a 10-bit colour capable graphics card (Quadro or FirePro) and be using a program which supports it (Photoshop CS etc). It's a monitor designed for professional use, not for multimedia. The U2711 also has pretty heavy AG coating which affects image quality and makes it unusable for some people.

The U2713HM has pretty much the best colours you're going to get from an 8-bit panel, it will be slightly better than your U2913WM but I doubt it'll be noticeable. It doesn't have the heavy AG coating that you get on the U2711 either.

The U2713H is also a 10-bit monitor (8-bit + FRC) and isn't designed for multimedia. If you want a 1440p monitor for your usage then the U2713HM is definitely the one you want to be looking at smile.gif
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Thank you very much for your precise and informative answer. Think I'm going over the 2713HM. Based on your system configuration I can see you are a gamer. Are you happy with the lag/input response of the 2713HM?
The U3014 would have the same "problems" of the U2711 for being a 10-bit panel, right?
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Thank you very much for your precise and informative answer. Think I'm going over the 2713HM. Based on your system configuration I can see you are a gamer. Are you happy with the lag/input response of the 2713HM?
The U3014 would have the same "problems" of the U2711 for being a 10-bit panel, right?
The input lag/response time is absolutely fine for gaming. Unless you're a competitive FPS gamer who is used to playing on 120Hz/144Hz displays then you definitely won't notice it.

Correct, the U3014 is a 10-bit professional display too, having high input lag/response time and needing a 10-bit compatible GPU and software. If you're buying a Dell Ultrasharp monitor then get one with the M at the end of the name, they are the multimedia ones.
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The colors are probably the best part of the U2713HM. They are as good as any normal gamut display I have used, and not "worse" than the u2711. The input lag is not noticeable at all to me, even in FPS games.

The u2713H has some issues apparently and costs a bit more, and I doubt the features it has are any you would need.
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-Snip- Think I'm going over the 2713HM. Based on your system configuration I can see you are a gamer. Are you happy with the lag/input response of the 2713HM?

I mainly FPS and coming from 120 Hz TN panel. There is a difference but like Andy said only if your competitive hardcore will not like the motion blur. Your not going to lose your edge though in other words. I've got some videos showing exapmles of BF3 and Crysis 3 on the U2713HM in this thread somewhere. If I wasn't on my iPhone I'd have linked them.
     
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Thank you all! I already placed the order based on your insight and great reviews all over the web. I didn't know there was so much love for this monitor (U2713HM) by the reviewers. They all say basically is the best IPS monitor for multimedia (games, videos) and that is near perfection with incredibly vibrant and rich colors. If the colors in this one are better or on par with my U2913WM I'm looking at a monitor that I'm going to love for many years!!
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Thank you all! I already placed the order based on your insight and great reviews all over the web. I didn't know there was so much love for this monitor (U2713HM) by the reviewers. They all say basically is the best IPS monitor for multimedia (games, videos) and that is near perfection with incredibly vibrant and rich colors. If the colors in this one are better or on par with my U2913WM I'm looking at a monitor that I'm going to love for many years!!

It is by no means perfect; anyone who says that is lying. If you go looking for perfection in a monitor, you are going to be disappointed. Pretty much all of the monitors this size have backlight bleed/ips glow (and the U2713HM is no exception). However, if you are lucky you will get one that doesn't have noticeable glow and won't bother you, but if you expect it to be PERFECT you will be disappointed.
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^^^^This^^^^

One thing we can tell you confidently is Dell premium panel warranty is stellar. That speaks volumes in comparison to others and gives confidence of coverage for 3 years.

They might not be the brightest reps but DELL stands behind thier premium warranty at no cost to you. Proof in this thread with members stories as they happened. Myself included.

Post back with pic and submission....looking foward to it. smile.gif

U2713HM Samples.



     
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I have had my monitor for a week today I believe and I am very happy with it.

-No Dead or Stuck Pixels
-I do have a small- acceptable to me IPS "yellow" glow on the lower left hand corner
-No buzzing
-Back bleed is not a problem

Only thing I wanted to ask is how can I check for the cross hatching issue that some mentioned?

Pictures coming soon.
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