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Still having image persistance at 60hz. I see the Firefox's search bar on the right top corner. This is really getting too weird. Last week I left the screen white for 36hrs alltogether, didn't help. Is this permanent? I've had this issue for 3 weeks now! Really i regret OCing this monitor -.-
Edited by Coree - 8/17/13 at 8:09am
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Still having image persistance at 60hz. I see the Firefox's search bar on the right top corner. This is really getting too weird. Last week I left the screen white for 36hrs alltogether, didn't help. Is this permanent? I've had this issue for 3 weeks now! Really i regret OCing this monitor -.-

Do you leave the monitor on for extended periods of time?
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Do you leave the monitor on for extended periods of time?
Yes.. But 2 weeks ago I did test to shut down the monitor for 24h, but didn't help.
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Cool that the tape mod worked well for you; did you find it at all difficult to remove the metal frame? Agreed re. the color...but not re. AA. Granted I need less now but surely not none. But this is of course mostly subjective both to personal pref and what one plays. Also interesting that you are having good results at 1200P; I thought the general consensus was that anything below 1440 looked far inferior to running that lower res natively on a different display. At least with 1080P.

I'd agree that anything below 1440p would look terrible as long as you stretch that image to full panel size and make the monitor interpolate the pixels. However, I don't do that, I give up some of the panel space when using something called "use centered timings" in the Catalyst Control Center image scaling options. It makes the game play in a quasi-window mode, but borderless and with black backround. So it is like playing in native 1200p.
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What games are you playing? No tearing here.

Crysis 3 Battlefield 3 and XCom so far
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Image burn:

Does anyone know if this does damage? I know it seems to go away after a few mins, but I'm wondering if there is anything permanent. Right now I'm running desktop at 75 Hz and games at 110 Hz.
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Image burn:

Does anyone know if this does damage? I know it seems to go away after a few mins, but I'm wondering if there is anything permanent. Right now I'm running desktop at 75 Hz and games at 110 Hz.
Well first of all, it's image retention. You won't burn in an image on this kind of monitor. You would experience burn in on a screen that was AMOLED like my old Galaxy Nexus which does in fact burn in the image and will NEVER go away. Any image retention you experience will go away with time, but it seems to be hit or miss with who is experiencing it. I left my monitor (96 Hz) on for about 5 hours by accident when I left for class displaying my Chrome homepage, just thank goodness I saw no retention.
post #5799 of 25911
I saw the 259 deal and am really considering of buying the Xstar DP2710. One thing is that I do like playing a lot of FPS games. Considering that it seems like there are people that noticed motion blur, should I consider a different monitor, or is it not so bad.
Edited by Kaze105 - 8/17/13 at 2:48pm
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I was thinking about buying on now that it's $260. Is the stand easy to remove tho? Because I want to mount it on my monitor arm. Thanks.
    
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