So I got back an email from accessorieswhole about my perfect backlight panel with unfortunately 7 stuck pixels:
"Hi Sorry for your inconvenience. We inspected the monitor before shipment, and there was no such pixel issue. Otherwise, we wouldn't send it to you to cause your troubles. Could you kindly send us several photos to check? Our email address is: blah blah blah. We always do our best to solve the issue. We will wait for your response. Thank you."
I didn't know they checked each monitor before shipment.. Now 4 of the pixels are larger and roughly the same size while three of them you have to really squint to see. How would you guys take pictures of your monitor? Some of the pixels need really accurate focusing but then the other ones get lost. I guess I could take a wide shot with as deep a focus as possible? With or without lights?
Originally Posted by blu3fr0g
Well...I ordered my qx2710 DPort version (multiple inports) for $360 from accessorieswhole on Sunday... and UPS says it will be delivered on Tuesday to Texas! That's ridiculously fast.
I hope everything goes well...
Yes I am aware that there is more input lag due to it having multiple ports and a scalar, and that it's not overclockable. The trade-off is that I can hook up my desktop, laptop and ps3, and have no incompatibility issues with any bios displaying.
Nice decision, I didn't know you could get it that cheap! Let us know if you can overclock it and any noticeable input lag.