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They all burn in when OCed.. You are trying to get rid of something they all do when OCed..

I guess its common, mine has none right now, and is usually on 24/7 at 120
post #3062 of 25888
I no longer have seen any burn-in after owning mine for a few months. When i did a would set the whole screen white for 30 seconds and then black for 30 seconds. This is all instances would make the burn-in go away. This is more color retention than burn-in as it easily goes away and there has been no permanent effects reported at all(yet).

If you want some piece of mind set a short screen saver and always do the black and white screen trick when you see it
If you are worried stick with 60hz for normal use.
If you are paranoid stick with 60hz period, 300 for a 1440p PLS display is still very good
If the above is not good enough for you you may have not wanted to buy a korean display LOL JK

Personally i think it is a perfectly fine trade-off (especially since i no longer see it at all).
post #3063 of 25888
What's the cheapest desk mount that could mount 2 of these monitors (xstar)?

Hoping to find something in Canada, any ideas? Would need to be able to mount a different 24" as well temporarily.
post #3064 of 25888
I have never experienced any burn-in on my CrossOver 27Q LED.
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I have never experienced any burn-in on my CrossOver 27Q LED.
Is it running at 120hz?Cause this only happens to ours at 120hz and according to your forum home page the Crossover don't go past 60hz lol..
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I'm considering one of these or the Dell 2713HM to pair with my Dell U2412M. Which would you recommend and why? Also, matte or glossy? I'm in a web design program and the color inaccuracy of my old ASUS TN panel as the secondary is just dreadful. Only game I usually play is CS:GO and I'm currently playing it on my U2412M.
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I'm considering one of these or the Dell 2713HM to pair with my Dell U2412M. Which would you recommend and why? Also, matte or glossy? I'm in a web design program and the color inaccuracy of my old ASUS TN panel as the secondary is just dreadful. Only game I usually play is CS:GO and I'm currently playing it on my U2412M.
You will get more accurate colors out the box with the dell...And for truer colors i find glossy is the way to go for sure..If you will be using for gaming and your GPU can push 120fps then i would go with a glossy qnix..
 
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post #3068 of 25888
mine has showed no burn-in so far even when OCed. Thought only 6 days on my desk.
Edited by dzap - 6/13/13 at 4:25am
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You will get more accurate colors out the box with the dell...And for truer colors i find glossy is the way to go for sure..If you will be using for gaming and your GPU can push 120fps then i would go with a glossy qnix..

Primary use would be for the Adobe Creative Suite. Second use would be for Counterstrike:GO. Obviously the price difference comes into consideration, but if the colors or reliability on the QNIX would be that much worse than the Dell, I will pay the extra money. What does everyone think about my situation in particular?
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Primary use would be for the Adobe Creative Suite. Second use would be for Counterstrike:GO. Obviously the price difference comes into consideration, but if the colors or reliability on the QNIX would be that much worse than the Dell, I will pay the extra money. What does everyone think about my situation in particular?

If your work is colour-critical then you'll be calibrating your monitor fairly often anyway so won't have to worry about the QNIX's colours.

If you can afford it the U2713H might be a better alternative than the U2713HM for Adobe CS work as it is wide gamut.

Dell also has a vastly superior warranty and have their very good 0 dead/bright pixel policy, so you are guaranteed an A+ panel. Also have much better quality stands and less backlight bleed.
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