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post #7261 of 25892
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Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain View Post

I never noticed any either though only ran 120Hz for a matter of hours and 96 for a month or so as yet.

i suppose I can't say definitively, but it "burn in" does seem to be a common symptom of OCing.
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Originally Posted by paulkon View Post

$50 just for shipping back and forth to return.

... how much would it cost to return you monitor on ebay? i don't think anyone even has other than replacements for DOA monitors.
post #7262 of 25892
I just bought a x-star on ebay for $299.00 shipped. im going to buy a squaretrade warranty for $42 for 3 years. total $341.00
I just hope its going to work with my sig system.

did you notice that ipsledmonitor is got an open box one for $260.00
Edited by valtopps - 9/23/13 at 5:41pm
post #7263 of 25892
squar trade is good for warranty claims (I have a square trade warranty), but i don't think you can send a monitor to them for any reason and have it refunded.
post #7264 of 25892
What is up with the $20.45 duties from fedex? seller was dreamseller

Okay, looks like he used the wrong HS code, if he had used 85282170 it would be duty free.

http://export.gov/fta/ftatarifftool/TariffDetail.aspx?ID=363387&PortType=Import&Partner=1
Edited by coli - 9/23/13 at 7:29pm
post #7265 of 25892
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Originally Posted by L33k View Post

Can some one elaborate on this color retention? I see it a the image being burned in and it last for a few hours or until the next image is "burned."

He is a video I just shot and it has the same effect on 60hz and 100hz

If you are getting color retention at even 60hz than i would go for an RMA. These monitors can have color retention at OC speeds if you do not optimize your timings or you could have a low performing panel(this is always a possibility). Please do note that this is not "burn in" but color retention as it is always temporary. However you should not be having this happen at 60hz as it is the guaranteed refresh of these panels. This would be considered a form of defection and warrant able. I also recommend NEVER leaving a picture on the screen for hours and use a screen time out or screen saver. Leaving a picture on the screen is bad for your screen even if it was not causing retention it would not be good for it.

These panels especially at overclocked speeds act a bit like plasma when it comes to having retention, i recommend people who purchase these look at the side effects and responsibilities that plasma screen owners deal with.
post #7266 of 25892
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Originally Posted by paulkon View Post

Yeah, I'm still not sure about ipsledmonitor's return policy since a few months ago they said that they covered the cost of return shipping but now their site says they don't cover return shipping or refund initial shipping cost. Starting to seem sketch. $50 just for shipping back and forth to return.

This worries me a bit, they must have changed it like yesterday? I ordered it last week and the policy was still as it was before and I have a email discussion with a CS rep stating that as well. I hope I don't run in to any issues.
post #7267 of 25892
This was the response I got from their sales rep when I emailed them about the policy change:
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"Yes our return policy has changed going forward. Unfortunately, there were cases of customers abusing the return policy (e.g. ordering multiples and returning the majority) . If we continued down that path we would have to raise our prices, affecting all customers."
post #7268 of 25892
From IPSLED CS moments ago:
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Hi JSK23

Yes, you are still covered under the old return policy (the policy was updated over the weekend). We don’t expect our customers to read our return policy daily, so it would not be fair to apply the new one to your order. No worries.

Thank you,

Phew, that had me worried. I was pretty sure I checked it thursday before I ordered friday and it was still the old one. Thankfully I was correct.
post #7269 of 25892
Another fine example of people trying (and in some cases succeeding) to game the system and ruining a good thing for everyone else going forward. "Oh, I know, I'll just order four and keep the one with the least bleed cause those suckers at IPSLED will return pay shipping!" Nice. I bet you thought you were some kind of genius too.
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post #7270 of 25892
im a noob with monitors I just order a 1440p monitor and people are talking about oc to 120hz. if my monitor can oc to 120hz can I watch 3d movies on it?
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