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On a semirelated note,where can I make that list where you list your specs? This would make it easier in the future.,

"How to put your Rig in your Sig"

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Click RigBuilder (on the top right below the advertisement banner), and then click Create Rig (on the right panel, near the top).

Once you're done, click My Profile (from the top menu bar), scroll down to Your Forum Signature, and click Edit Signature Text. Below the text box, you will have the option to add your rig.

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A 650 Ti is going to have issues with 1080p unless you turn settings down. However, for light gaming I think it should be OK.
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A 650 Ti is going to have issues with 1080p unless you turn settings down. However, for light gaming I think it should be OK.
Went ahead and bought it before I read this. Oh well frown.gif I dont game much and dont mind playing at medium quality.

72 hours smile.gif
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Is this normal?
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Is this normal?
It looks normal. Shift your position so that you are looking at the corners dead-on. If the glow disappears, that's IPS glow and unfortunately, every IPS and PLS panel (except for a few, discontinued models) have that glow.
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Is this normal?

First of all congrats. smile.gif

Does look like normal IPS glow.

Important is to test this now in actual use gaming, watching blu-ray movies, and general usage you should not be prominently viewing any glow bleeding through. IF it is then it's too strong and you should replace.

What brightness what that taken? Is it revision A00 or A01? On the back of the monitor should tell you by the S/N #.

PS. You didn't say if there were any dead pixels on that?
     
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It looks normal. Shift your position so that you are looking at the corners dead-on. If the glow disappears, that's IPS glow and unfortunately, every IPS and PLS panel (except for a few, discontinued models) have that glow.
This is (more or less) dead on. I mean the glow isnt something noticable specially in a 1080 movie I tested (Skyfall) but....
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First of all congrats. smile.gif

Does look like normal IPS glow.

Important is to test this now in actual use gaming, watching blu-ray movies, and general usage you should not be prominently viewing any glow bleeding through. IF it is then it's too strong and you should replace.

What brightness what that taken? Is it revision A00 or A01? On the back of the monitor should tell you by the S/N #.

PS. You didn't say if there were any dead pixels on that?
Thank you smile.gif

Gaming I will test later, a 1080 I tested (Im downloading a native 1920 1080 film now to test it 100%) and in general uasage it isnt noticable. Note, I have not tuned it at all. This is stock from factory.

A00.

Nope, on a compeltely black screen no dead pixels smile.gif I shouldnt expect right???
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The brightness is stock (75%). After turning the brightness to 0% it is somewhat less visible.....
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This is (more or less) dead on. I mean the glow isnt something noticable specially in a 1080 movie I tested (Skyfall) but....
Thank you smile.gif

Gaming I will test later, a 1080 I tested (Im downloading a native 1920 1080 film now to test it 100%) and in general uasage it isnt noticable. Note, I have not tuned it at all. This is stock from factory.

A00.

Nope, on a compeltely black screen no dead pixels smile.gif I shouldnt expect right???

^^^Thanks^^^

You'd want to open 'MS Paint' and choose white fill and hit F11. It will go widescreen. You should be at 30% brightness so you don't sear your eyes but you want to check if you see any dark dots now which will be black. You can even use other colors like green, or red to see the dark spots but white is most prominent to expose any if there are.

The most fun will be testing it gaming. smile.gif

PS. Come to the club - sig link below and ask other owners any questions you might have. Color Temp - 6500k at 30% brightness is my pre-set I like best.

Example of dead pixel from my PB278Q. This one was lower right hand corner and was minimal. I never did take the pic of the center one that was dark and could dot an 'i' but it was returned. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

If the dead pixels are not noticeable out of the way, some people will keep them. With your panel your going to settle for none. Dell will replace it for you. So let us know as these last two checks will determine if you should keep or replace.

I watched a few different types of movies like, The Hobbit, Frankenweenie, and Avengers. Gamed for hours....hence the fun testing. tongue.gif
     
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