So many new posts in about a day... wow... if you're having trouble maybe slow down a tad and search this thread... I found all I needed here.Overclocking of the panel:
1. Did you first buy the right model... 2795 with 100Hz clock?
2. If you're using CRU did you apply the right driver patch? CRU won't work without patching... if you're stuck on 60Hz that's probably it.
3. If you're failing with Nvidia's custom resolution though - I'd check to make sure you have the right monitor delivered (while it says test failed... did it remain in a black screen until that message popped?)
4. Overclocking the panel is also dependent on your video card... my old AMD 6950 hacked could do 110Hz... my new MSI 970 ME100 can only do 105Hz
5. Just thought of another... make sure you set it as your primary display if you're running more than one monitorColors
... it's hard for us to comment on color from a photo taken of the screen - we don't know your setup (your photo is also overexposed leading to both screens looking washed out). If you think your Acer monitor is right (I don't actually) it just means you have a preference for a "cool" white point... If that's the case you'll probably have to mess with your vid card drivers to set it up how you like it. The 2795 has a warmer white point (which I prefer for photo editting.. the icc profile posted is also for a "warmer" white point of 6500). Other things to check - are you running other color profiles? From memory, Windows only supports one color profile even if you have two or three monitors set up. By default the 2795 is very punchy with colors if all your other settings are default. You could try 1. removing your video card drivers with Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU) in Safe mode and then reinstalling them 2. Using CRU to reset all detected displays - this should ensure that you get an accurate picture of the monitor in stock settings.Stuck/dead pixels
... try some of the online tools that flashes various different colors for a day or so (not 1hr or less)... there have been reports of those pixels being unstuck (dead pixels tend to remain dead, though). That said, I'd prefer dead pixels because they will remain black and hard to notice especially at this density. With stuck pixels, apart from those tools, massaging them may help (it has only worked once on a very old panel for me).
For the other person who's encountered streaks after a period of use (were you overclocking it excessively?) also... I would have thought the seller would replace the monitor beyond 14 days (shipping aside)... sorry you have that problem
*Touching wood* mine's still going strongEdited by rissie - 10/18/15 at 12:54am