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post #15841 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Optimus1978 View Post

What does...

"Perfect Pixel = NO Dead/Stuck Pixel"

...mean then?

Additional, when I sent a message the response is below:-

Hi
We send this by EMS system, if you want to use something else you should pay for it.
1 year free warranty for A/S, but the shipping fee is up to you.

"Perfect Pixel" means NO dead/stuck pixel, No backlight bleeding
We check all the monitor once more before we ship it to the buyer.
If it has problem or broke through the delivery system we will give you new one.
We will pay for the return fee for the very first time. But you should prove this clearly too.

If you want, we will declare the package as a "gift", and lower value of the actual price.
However, we are not sure that if the custom tax would be charged, or not.
You will responsible for any import duties, taxes and charges if occur.
Please feel free to ask any questions.


Also, they do not say, unlike some of the other sellers I've seen, that 1 or 2 dead pixels is allowed etc.

Only time will tell I guess.

It means different things to different sellers, that's why you have to read their terms carefully. If you want to pay closer to $400, there are some guaranteed to have zero.
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post #15842 of 25887
I've bit the bullet and gone for it.

I can only hope for the best now.
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This is the internet, people wont take that, they will try anyhow, find out it reaches a higher hz, then say we are wrong.
I'm sure someone will also misunderstand you and only see that "it's overclockable" and then stop reading... Alas, because it's happened before.
post #15844 of 25887
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This is the internet, people wont take that, they will try anyhow, find out it reaches a higher hz, then say we are wrong.
We should then reinvent the meaning of the word overclock for monitors. A monitor that overclocks yet skips frames is (almost) practically useless aside from probably faster frame delivery (slightly less input lag) given that you actually feed it a multiple of what it skips to (120Hz if 60Hz). For those who like their overclocked, frame-skipping monitors, especially how they feel, they probably wouldn't benefit from 14620Hz.
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I told her a package was coming today....royally pissed!
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post #15846 of 25887
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I'm sure someone will also misunderstand you and only see that "it's overclockable" and then stop reading... Alas, because it's happened before.

So basically, there is no winning answer. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

So basically, there is no winning answer. biggrin.gif
No, but it's simpler just to say they aren't overclockable smile.gif
post #15848 of 25887
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No, but it's simpler just to say they aren't overclockable smile.gif

But they are, they just, well you know. biggrin.gif
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post #15849 of 25887
Stupidly i canceled my order from TA.Korea when the TRUE10's hit, i paid £197. Not paying £20 more because they've decided to jack the price up. no thankyou.
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I told her a package was coming today....royally pissed!

Prayers sent your way wink.gifbiggrin.gif
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