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Yeah that is not one you want to keep. At this point the call is yours, either a refund or be call Dell and they will have a new one shipped out to you within 2 to 5 business days at the very most while you hang on to this one and wait.

I would call them right now if you're going to do that and let us know how things turn out.
     
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Wow, this really sucks. The BLB is quite noticable on this trailer I opened up. I think I'm going to reach out to support and see what I can do.

Yeah, that is definitely not something you should have to settle for. My bleed only shows up on camera when I take a picture of a totally black screen, otherwise the rest of the image is always much brighter.

You really shouldn't need to run at 100% brightness; according to me Spyder 4 the 100% brightness setting is around 370 cd/m^2, which is almost painful to view in most conditions. I usually keep my brightness around 41 or so.
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I like the brightness jacked up tbh. I keep it on DCR and let it go from there. I submitted it for a replacement and they're sending me one. Dell support is outstanding!

This was built in April Revision A01 just for your guys reference.
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I like the brightness jacked up tbh. I keep it on DCR and let it go from there. I submitted it for a replacement and they're sending me one. Dell support is outstanding!

This was built in April Revision A01 just for your guys reference.

The DCR makes you relinquish all brightness control, and does it all manually. I personally think it is a useless gimmick; the actual contrast that matters is the contrast of a single image; that is the difference between bright and dark on a given frame of video. What the dynamic contrast does is make dark scenes darker overall (including the bright parts) and bright scenes even brighter, which just screws with my eyes and gets pretty irritating.
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The DCR makes you relinquish all brightness control, and does it all manually. I personally think it is a useless gimmick; the actual contrast that matters is the contrast of a single image; that is the difference between bright and dark on a given frame of video. What the dynamic contrast does is make dark scenes darker overall (including the bright parts) and bright scenes even brighter, which just screws with my eyes and gets pretty irritating.

The screens just look too dark to me if I turn down the brightness. Not sure why that is, but it has always been like that.
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Anything over 30 gives me a headache. Feels like I should be wearing sunglasses.
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Here's a link for your signature if anyone would like it smile.gif
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Here's a link for your signature if anyone would like it smile.gif
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I'm glad you made this, nice job. smile.gif There's no doubt this thread deserves being made [Official].

If you feel adding that to the signature it's up to you, as the club really has become a watering hole for U2713HM owners. (Including myself). In this time since starting it we've had first time new OCN members from around the world join particularly to ask questions in first posts and join us here regarding this monitor as well as other established OCN members. I almost always see guests in the log visiting and its been very supportive source of information that's still being compiled and has much more to go. Google 'U2713HM' and you find yourself here.

Great job with your dedication creating and maintaining it AndyM95 applaud.gif

It's up to you if you don't think it's too long of a title adding it in the signature but has been added to the thread. cheers.gif
     
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count me in.

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That's a beautiful set up. Welcome aboard. thumb.gif
     
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