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Those users were correct to some degree - however want to clear up somethings.

1. All IPS monitors exhibit IPS glow. My PB278Q wasn't any better than current U2713HM with bleed most important is neither show in black borders.

2. A01 revision has addressed the yellow back light bleed issues now a white IPS glow. Still a chance you need to replace. Again just like any other IPS monitor.

3. The buzzing noise was an issue on 'some' of the older A00 version monitors. No longer an issue while looking at Excel sheets with new revision A01.

4.Cross-hatching is one issue the monitor may have that's unique to it. It's a possible panel defect and you can exchange monitors until you get on without any IF that should be the case.

5. Input lag is 0.01ms difference. Negligible and not noticeable. I owned both and had the chance to compare both. Proved four posts up with links for proof.

6.. True. The only cable U2713HM doesn't provide is the Display port cable.

The U2713HM is a slightly better monitor than PB278Q all around. Comes with two 2.0 USB ports on side and two 3.0 USB ports underneath. Individually Pre-factory calibrated for each monitor and more accurate color and deep contrast. A lot of times priced lower with sales than the PB278Q ever saw yet. Mine and many times other go for $585 usd.

Edit - sorry for going off topic a bit to clear up what was said.


Well I have something thinking to do then . Buying one before the day is over so thank you for the help .how do I know if the monitors on Amazon are new versions or older versions ?

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-U2713HM-IPS-LED-CVN85-27-Inch-LED-lit/dp/B009H0XQQY
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Well I have something thinking to do then . Buying one before the day is over so thank you for the help .how do I know if the monitors on Amazon are new versions or older versions ?

http://www.amazon.com/Dell-U2713HM-IPS-LED-CVN85-27-Inch-LED-lit/dp/B009H0XQQY

That's hard to say. They are weeding out the A00 monitors and haven't made any since release about December.
     
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That's hard to say. They are weeding out the A00 monitors and haven't made any since release about December.

So how bad is this yellow black light bleed ? will I notice it in game or is this only problematic when looking for it ?
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So how bad is this yellow black light bleed ? will I notice it in game or is this only problematic when looking for it ?

Come HERE to the club. Don't want to get too off topic about hardware demand for monitors.
     
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The yellow bleed is really just IPS glow. Ideally, it would only be seen at sharp angles to the panel, and not at all when viewing a black screen from head on. However, because of the way the panel is mounted in the case, some monitors have yellow glow in the lower left corner when viewed head on. Dell will replace your panel if it has this at no cost to you, and they cross ship so you aren't without a monitor. They also pay for return shipping.
The replacement panel I got doesn't have glow that is as visible; in fact it is only visible when watching dark video content and it really isn't too bothersome. For general computer tasks and gaming it is not noticeable at all. However, your luck may vary, although you can swap out until you are happy.

I have not experienced any image retention at all on either of the U2713HM's I have had. The only real issue is the cross hatching, which is more severe on some panels than others. My first panel had slightly less noticeable crosshatching, but it had a dead pixel and yellow bleed so I got a replacement. It has slightly more noticeable cross hatching, but no dead pixels and less bleed/glow. The cross hatching is only really noticeable on solid color backgrounds, and only on the bottom half or so of the screen. If I am over a foot and a half from the screen, I can't really see the cross hatching at all. Since games tend to not have solid colors taking up large portions of the screen, the cross hatching is not something you would notice during gaming.
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My monitor is also an IPS panel, there were problems even before i called up the service center and have them replace the panel (All IPS monitors are manufactured by LG. No buts or ifs)
1)IPS glow on the first panel
2)It began to have this black dot that isn't a dead pixel ... I have no idea what the hell is that. Since it appeared black straight on and RGB colours depending on the angle you're looking at it
3)Then it began to flicker and have image retention.
Now the second panel is devoid from all these problems but i traded up a perfect (not counting the IPS glow) panel for a panel with a dead pixel on the upper right ... Not that it actually matters, i am never really noticing it while watching videos
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post #27 of 38
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ASUS and DELL seem to have strong points . With the ASUS some say there is to much blue but can be fixed . ASUS is 633.00 or Manufacturer refurbished 519.99 + free shipping and the dell is on sale for 570.00 free shipping . thumb.gif I must make up my mind before tonight since the dell sale is over tomorrow .
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The yellow bleed is really just IPS glow. Ideally, it would only be seen at sharp angles to the panel, and not at all when viewing a black screen from head on. However, because of the way the panel is mounted in the case, some monitors have yellow glow in the lower left corner when viewed head on. Dell will replace your panel if it has this at no cost to you, and they cross ship so you aren't without a monitor. They also pay for return shipping.
The replacement panel I got doesn't have glow that is as visible; in fact it is only visible when watching dark video content and it really isn't too bothersome. For general computer tasks and gaming it is not noticeable at all. However, your luck may vary, although you can swap out until you are happy.

I have not experienced any image retention at all on either of the U2713HM's I have had. The only real issue is the cross hatching, which is more severe on some panels than others. My first panel had slightly less noticeable crosshatching, but it had a dead pixel and yellow bleed so I got a replacement. It has slightly more noticeable cross hatching, but no dead pixels and less bleed/glow. The cross hatching is only really noticeable on solid color backgrounds, and only on the bottom half or so of the screen. If I am over a foot and a half from the screen, I can't really see the cross hatching at all. Since games tend to not have solid colors taking up large portions of the screen, the cross hatching is not something you would notice during gaming.


Is cross hatching, like frame rate skipping ? You also said I can send the monitor back if I see issues ? So Dell will send me a monitor first then I can send this monitor back ?
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Think you missed my bolded blue links that explains cross-hatching.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1380527/dell-u2713hm-2560x1440-semi-glossy-ips-club/490#post_20040965

Yes. All the members in the U2713HM club who requested exchange recieved free cross shipping and paid return shipping from Dell.

Frame skipping happens when the monitors refresh rate is over clocked to high. It's easily evident scolling your mouse smoothly across the screen you will notice the cursor will jump rather than be fluid motion.
     
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Think you missed my bolded blue links that explains cross-hatching.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1380527/dell-u2713hm-2560x1440-semi-glossy-ips-club/490#post_20040965

Yes. All the members in the U2713HM club who requested exchange recieved free cross shipping and paid return shipping from Dell.

Frame skipping happens when the monitors refresh rate is over clocked to high. It's easily evident scolling your mouse smoothly across the screen you will notice the cursor will jump rather than be fluid motion.

Yeah sorry missed it . Watching some YouTube videos about the monitor and Gamers perspectives . Some seem to hate it some love it when gaming . I play mostly SP games like Skyrim and racers . Not a big MMO fan more of a closed door gamer .
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