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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 .

In all honesty both great monitors. No wrong choice for gaming or movies. Good luck whatever you decide. thumb.gif
     
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In all honesty both great monitors. No wrong choice for gaming or movies. Good luck whatever you decide. thumb.gif

So this is what yellow light bleed would look like correct ?

http://postimg.org/image/51ll2fvkf/
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Thank you for all the help ! Came to the conclusion the ASUS PB278Q will workout for me . Unless I know for sure the dell is the AO1 model , can't be bothered with replacing it . Rather get the monitor with less problems . Next monitor will be 4K resolution , that could be sometime before 4K reality steps in .thumb.gif
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Thank you for all the help ! Came to the conclusion the ASUS PB278Q will workout for me . Unless I know for sure the dell is the AO1 model , can't be bothered with replacing it . Rather get the monitor with less problems . Next monitor will be 4K resolution , that could be sometime before 4K reality steps in .thumb.gif

We wont see 4K PC monitors for at least 2-3 years or more
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Thank you for all the help ! Came to the conclusion the ASUS PB278Q will workout for me . Unless I know for sure the dell is the AO1 model , can't be bothered with replacing it . Rather get the monitor with less problems . Next monitor will be 4K resolution , that could be sometime before 4K reality steps in .thumb.gif

That's subjective because even PB278Q has issues without a way to say one has more problems over the other as it's hard to quantify without real numbers. I had to return my PB278Q due to two dead pixels.

Here is an OCN link you can also visit - almost a club really - but other PB278Q owners with experiences.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1311936/asus-pb278q-the-official-2560x1440-semi-glossy-pls-thread
     
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That's subjective because even PB278Q has issues without a way to say one has more problems over the other as it's hard to quantify without real numbers. I had to return my PB278Q due to two dead pixels.

Here is an OCN link you can also visit - almost a club really - but other PB278Q owners with experiences.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1311936/asus-pb278q-the-official-2560x1440-semi-glossy-pls-thread

Mine has dirt or dust stuck on the panel but no backlight bleed or dead / stuck pixels
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In all honesty, the Dell is $60 cheaper and has everything you want. I would NOT go with the factory refurb for the Asus. Think about why people return these panels: bad bleed, a few dead pixels, other issues. Many of these are what the manufacturer would consider cosmetic, and still make the panels "within spec" as far as they are concerned. Therefore, I would guess that a factory refurb is likely to have been returned for having bad bleed or some other issue. There is no way to fix this bleed, so there is nothing the manufacturer can do to "refurbish" it other than turn around and sell it cheaper.


Returning the U2713HM is literally a zero effort experience. I told them in the web chat that I had bad bleed. They transferred ownership to me from Newegg and sent out the replacement. They then gave me a prepaid fedex return label and I put the defective one in its box and scheduled a fedex pickup online for free. The entire experience cost me zero dollars and only a few minutes of my time.
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