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Sorry i cannot keep up with all the words. Crosstalk is like overshoot? did you try changing the ULMB pulse width?

One problem with adjusting the pulse width is the decrease in brightness. 100% pulse width is already fairly dim for a room with some light and it only goes down from there.
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I just received mine (ordered from overclockers uk due to 0 dead pixel policy).

The box it came in looked a bit dodgy (had clear tape on it and it looked like it was opened before, but can't be sure). When I've unpacked the monitor I found a piece of paper advertising the main features to be facing the panel itself, so it was backwards.

However...plugged everything in and I'm happy to report that there are 0 dead pixels, no "dirt", no BLB and the IPS glow is minimal. I've upgraded from a Dell U2410 (IPS as well) and this panel is actually better to my eyes: the blacks are darker and there is actually less glow. I never considered my Dell bad or having too much glow but this PG279Q I received is a lot better.

I've also received a Dell P2715Q 27" 3840x2160 IPS (still in the box) so I'll set that one up and compare the two monitors just to see what the difference is (in terms of blb, glow & such).

Not sure if I just won the lottery but mine is 10 out of 10 so far.

I only tested it at 120hz (on a gtx 680) but there's also a g1 980ti waiting in a box so yeah, good luck to all the others, I have a GPU to fit.

Pictures will follow.
post #2693 of 9392
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I've also received a Dell P2715Q 27" 3840x2160 IPS (still in the box) so I'll set that one up and compare the two monitors just to see what the difference is (in terms of blb, glow & such).

I'm very interested to see a comparison between Dell P2715Q and PG279Q in terms of color accuracy, ips glow, blb etc. so that would be great thumb.gif
post #2694 of 9392
As far as I can tell there are no dead or stuck pixels on mine. The box did come with some non Asus branded tape but I think that's because Scan put my invoice inside the box so obviously they have to reseal it. From what I can see backlight bleeding is minimal and I can't see any IPS glow although this is my first time looking for these kind of things. Out of interest what tests do you guys do? Just so I can do them and compare in case I've not done them correctly.
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Originally Posted by egzplicit View Post

I just received mine (ordered from overclockers uk due to 0 dead pixel policy).

The box it came in looked a bit dodgy (had clear tape on it and it looked like it was opened before, but can't be sure). When I've unpacked the monitor I found a piece of paper advertising the main features to be facing the panel itself, so it was backwards.

However...plugged everything in and I'm happy to report that there are 0 dead pixels, no "dirt", no BLB and the IPS glow is minimal. I've upgraded from a Dell U2410 (IPS as well) and this panel is actually better to my eyes: the blacks are darker and there is actually less glow. I never considered my Dell bad or having too much glow but this PG279Q I received is a lot better.

I've also received a Dell P2715Q 27" 3840x2160 IPS (still in the box) so I'll set that one up and compare the two monitors just to see what the difference is (in terms of blb, glow & such).

Not sure if I just won the lottery but mine is 10 out of 10 so far.

I only tested it at 120hz (on a gtx 680) but there's also a g1 980ti waiting in a box so yeah, good luck to all the others, I have a GPU to fit.

Pictures will follow.
Well they had to open it to ensure no dead pixels right?
post #2696 of 9392
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Well they had to open it to ensure no dead pixels right?

No. Their policy is that you're entitled to an exchange or refund if there are dead and stuck pixels that don't disappear after 3 days. They don't manually check them from what I understand. Perhaps they put his invoice in the box like they did with mine.
post #2697 of 9392
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What swedish sites are that? Im also from Sweden btw (Moved from Denmark to Sweden)

There are a few in Sweclockers for instance who has bought the monitor and were pleased.
post #2698 of 9392
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No. Their policy is that you're entitled to an exchange or refund if there are dead and stuck pixels that don't disappear after 3 days. They don't manually check them from what I understand. Perhaps they put his invoice in the box like they did with mine.

Out of curiosity, is there a QC passed sticker on the Asus box you got the monitor in as well?
post #2699 of 9392
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Out of curiosity, is there a QC passed sticker on the Asus box you got the monitor in as well?

There isn't which I thought was strange.
post #2700 of 9392
Mine has the QC passed sticker aswell. Seems that if you dont have the sticker you get a good monitor, and if you do you get a bad one.
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