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already have 100 more times smile.gif

Another option. Java based so you may need to install that.

http://www.jscreenfix.com/basic.php
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Quick tip of you guys use Chrome on Windows and are using these monitors:
Go to chrome:\\flags and Enable DirectWrite
There is a noticeable difference in the text rendering.
Sorry if this has been mentioned before, ignore in such a case.
**Disclaimer: May only be on the alpha and beta channels. I do not have the stable version on my computer. Beta is more than good enough for me, and alpha gives me google now notifications on my computer.
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Totally Dubbed,

It's amazing to me Excellent castle wanted $390 now. I bought my Ultimate PP maybe five weeks ago from him for an offer I gave to him of $330. I did see within a week or two after that he was no longer taking $330 but was taking $340.
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My "true glossy" came from dream-seller.

It has perfect (no) backlight bleeding.
no "dead" pixels
Does 120Hz (with mild shimmering on grey and uneven brightness, esp in upper left)

But on a black screen... there are a multitude of these little pixel defects. small white/greenish dots. There is a streak of them toward the middle. About 25 total I'd say.

Pics:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sz93ajmb4miorvr/XqzHgQyRYn
I didnt capture all the dots.

What do you guys think? I was not expecting all those defects.
I sent dream seller a message with the pics.
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My "true glossy" came from dream-seller.

It has perfect (no) backlight bleeding.
no "dead" pixels
Does 120Hz (with mild shimmering on grey and uneven brightness, esp in upper left)

But on a black screen... there are a multitude of these little pixel defects. small white/greenish dots. There is a streak of them toward the middle. About 25 total I'd say.

Pics:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sz93ajmb4miorvr/XqzHgQyRYn
I didnt capture all the dots.

What do you guys think? I was not expecting all those defects.
I sent dream seller a message with the pics.

As I said on the H forums, not acceptable.
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Well, I got my X-star from dream_seller, and it appears to be pixel perfect, but...



Something is seriously wrong with the backlight. Looks like the frame is really pushed in close to screen in that corner (looking down along the screen from the top), but I guess it's not worth trying to fix myself. So ff to eBay to contact the seller. Sucks, after the cheap price and waiting a week for shipment, for there to be such an obvious flaw.
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Well, I got my X-star from dream_seller, and it appears to be pixel perfect, but...



Something is seriously wrong with the backlight. Looks like the frame is really pushed in close to screen in that corner (looking down along the screen from the top), but I guess it's not worth trying to fix myself. So ff to eBay to contact the seller. Sucks, after the cheap price and waiting a week for shipment, for there to be such an obvious flaw.

So this is what they consider testing to make sure its good to be sold?
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So this is what they consider testing to make sure its good to be sold?

Yeah, I don't know if it got damaged in shipping or what. The box was fine, but of course it was only in the retail box so not a lot of protection.
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Yeah, I don't know if it got damaged in shipping or what. The box was fine, but of course it was only in the retail box so not a lot of protection.

Its pretty hard to notice, so most likely they just missed it during testing. rolleyes.gif My box was in good shape, all it had was foam wrapped around it.
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Its pretty hard to notice, so most likely they just missed it during testing. rolleyes.gif My box was in good shape, all it had was foam wrapped around it.

Can't decide whether it's worth taking the bezel off to see if there is something obviously fixable wrong, like a loose connection on a bank of LEDs or something, or just leave it be. My rational side says let it go, but the tinkering side says do it.
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