Originally Posted by danielhowk
nice thanks for the detail explanation rep+ to you. dell u2515h is A grade displays ?
how to those people fix with artifacts all over the screen fix ? mail it back or they send a fix ?
my country i doubt i could get a 1 to 1 exchange after a couple of weeks, unless theres defect straight up i could exchange but otherwise if it appears after awhile then im pretty much stuck with it
thats is why im just checking this model Quality control check ? just to be sure
After googling around, I believe the panel Dell uses is the LM250WQ1-SSA1 (grade A from manufacturer listed). We have the LM270WQ1-SLC1 or LM270WQ1-SLC2
(grade B from manufacturer listed). Both are made by LG Displays. Here is a comparison of the various specifications, though that won't tell you a lot.
In short, they are the same type of display but the Dell one has 1.07 billion colors vs 16.7 million since it's a 10bit display. Also, I was wrong in saying the Crossover is 24", it's actually 27".
So the reiterate, Dell = smaller display @1440p, more colors (10bit), tilt to portrait
Crossover = larger display @1440p, high chance to overclock to 96Hz (small chance for 110, very low chance 120Hz)
There are guides in the first post on how to fix excessive backlight bleed (due to panel being screwed in too tight or bezel not flush with the panel) and sometimes a pixel is just stuck and need to be unstuck through http://www.jscreenfix.com/
edit: As MenacingTuba said, 10bit is pretty much marketing for regular consumers/pc gamers.Edited by BadRobot - 10/20/15 at 4:47pm