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post #811 of 1296
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Hopefully, we'll see. Their call center opens in 20 minutes here, but last time I tried to replace it due to bleed, the rep told me that they were out of stock on my model and couldn't replace it at the time. Hopefully they - A) Have stock now to replace it, and B) Do some form of cross-shipment, since this is my only monitor right now tongue.gif

Also hope I get a prepaid label if they do replace it, because shipping on this thing would be a nightmare.

EDIT - that was easy tongue.gif Called up, spoke to Mark, got a shipping label to return the monitor, but they'll send the new one first, and then I send this one back. So not only can I test bleed, but if this new one is worse, I think I can deal with an intermittent red line, and if the new one is better in both aspects, then it's a win-win
The UK guarantee is a 3yr on site policy which is nice, they come to you.
post #812 of 1296
Yeah usa has terrible product policies most of the time
post #813 of 1296
Do you think the 34UM65 can be upgraded to support freesync?
The new 34Um67 only differs in freesync support.
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post #814 of 1296
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Do you think the 34UM65 can be upgraded to support freesync?
The new 34Um67 only differs in freesync support.

Probably not since it's hardware.
post #815 of 1296
Just got 34UM95 2 weeks ago as an attempt for single panel replacement coming from dual 30" 2560x1600 S-PVA displays(Gateway XHD3000 and Samsung 305T). Mine(from Newegg) doesnt seem to have much of a backbleed (tested in totally dark room) which is somewhat reassuring seeing that pretty much everyone complains of that problem with this monitor. Only complaint so far is non adjustable stand, i had to put a box under mine to get it to eye level - kind of weird putting thousand dollar monitor on top of a pizza box though:). Preparing for Dying Light release so putting together a new system in anticipation(been waiting over a year already-hope there is not going to be yet another delay).
It looks good to my eyes but i will probably calibrate it anyways with i1DisplayPro since this monitor has a hardware calibration option and it comes with calibration software. I read an article on TFTCentral about calibrating it but just wondering did anyone here had experience with it yet - was it worth calibrating it(i know zilch about calibrating-so would probably have to learn)?
Edited by pesokpesok - 1/9/15 at 7:50pm
post #816 of 1296
Hello Community,
So ive been following are unlike most it seems been actually reading the previous posts not just re asking question that have been answered probably 10 times over. So ive been looking at getting one of these badboys for a while now and have had high hopes for the newer revisions or ones that have been manufactured past june to show less of a backlight bleed(BLB) issue but it either seems like just random monitors are showing these problems and some seem to be flawless. I will be picking mine up from the retailer when i get back from my holiday, and had asked them to send both a 65 and a 95 incase seeing as i can not make up my mind. It also has occured to me that a majority of the panels with BLB happen to be the 95 models or am im mistaken?

Could anyone clear me up on their manufacturing date of their panel and let me know, also are the ones that are being released in the EU through germany of any better quality or are they just as hit and miss as the ones in the US?

Thanks in advance of any heads up biggrin.gif

rgds,

maxi
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The 65 is a lower resolution. You know that right? Seriously asking. I'd personally take some blb with the higher resolution, especially because at this screen size you'll notice it even more. If the lower res isn't an issue I would've gone with the 29" model
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Thanks Crazy, I have a new issue now haha. Just saw that i could get the new Dell U3415W for the same price. Now im really baffled as to what to get. Any tips? Might aswell mention that i do enjoy gaming, and movies. Ive been gaming and getting into top3 of the leaderboards of matches all the time without a 1ms 144hz display so i feel this is no issue to me. as my 25inch from 6years ago isnt a gaming monitor so 5-6ms respos wont be an issue in my eyes as im used to gaming on shoddy internet from thirdworld countrys so go figure tongue.gif

So order the new dell u3415w curved or get the 34um95 same resolution?

Just saw some reviews about the dell u3415w apparently has got massive ips glow. so what would you guys do ips glow or blb? haha i think i can live with blb more than ipl glow.

Oh and did i mention the dell has hight and swivel adjustment. this is a tought one frown.gif
Edited by Maxximilian - 1/9/15 at 11:53pm
post #819 of 1296
What games do you like to play?
post #820 of 1296
I currently play wow, cod, bf4, csgo, dota 2, and do various photoshop work and web design.

So i ended up ordering myself the dell lastnight and is now on its way. Seeing as it was for sale for about 350 euros cheaper than on the dell website. furthermore i had contacted LG Austria and they are useless and just redirect me to LG Germany so i figured i would go with the dell as it has a better warranty of 3 years and their 1 pixel panel policy or exchanging so i could not resist. Also after seeing some pics posted on chiphell it was clear that i made a good decision.

Sorry if this went off topic from the lg owners club, and also thanks for the replys  link bellow to some sexy pics of the dell: http://www.chiphell.com/thread-1186728-1-1.html

all the best,

maxi
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