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This picture looks epic dude. biggrin.gif The furniture and stuff in the background looks like 1880 and then there is something from the future standing on the table thumb.gif

Pretty cool smile.gif Not saying the furniture sucks, I do like the natural look. With all the cheap ikea stuff everyone has, I do appreciate the natural look for a change.. Plus it looks like its gonna last for the next 100 years, unlike all the cheap stuff ppl normally have.

Lol believe it or not my place is really modern, just that picture makes it looks like old wood but I take alot of pride in my place! Thanks for noticing the little details though tongue.gif
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Yeh I was thinking I'll probably get a refund but not sure if I should try a replacement just incase. The fact me and selbyftw both got the same issue on the same monitor from same supplier doesn't give me a great deal of hope.

Overclockers are including a pixel garentee with theirs so I might have to pay the extra £40 and do that instead. At least that way you are garenteed a perfect one eventually!!

So someone has got a perfect ASUS PG279Q?
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Yeh I was thinking I'll probably get a refund but not sure if I should try a replacement just incase. The fact me and selbyftw both got the same issue on the same monitor from same supplier doesn't give me a great deal of hope.

Overclockers are including a pixel garentee with theirs so I might have to pay the extra £40 and do that instead. At least that way you are garenteed a perfect one eventually!!

So someone has got a perfect ASUS PG279Q?

Dont know what perfect looks like but mine as many others has no faults other than the typical IPS glow that will be across all the panels. Lots of people are happy with it, lots have even posted they are happy. Unfortunately people seem to pass over those and hear the same 4-5 people going in circles crying about problems. Often without even have owned the monitor, others have of course been not so lucky. When mine arrived i went over it up close across RGB and white and could find no dirt, dust or broken pixels. Its up on the wall mount and i have been playing nonstop since i got it.
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Dont know what perfect looks like but mine as many others has no faults other than the typical IPS glow that will be across all the panels.

Could you upload some photos please?
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Here's another video of my monitor. I did 3 run throughs of the Metro 2033 Redux benchmark. The bleeding is noticeable when viewing the benchmark normally but the camera seems to be making it seem worse than it really is.

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Could you upload some photos please?

Rough and ready youtube will probably be the easiest. Just uploading now.
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Here's another video of my monitor. I did 3 run throughs of the Metro 2033 Redux benchmark. The bleeding is noticeable when viewing the benchmark normally but the camera seems to be making it seem worse than it really is.


Mine also had a fair amount of back light bleed but it's not really a huge issue for me. Perfect to me is no dead pixels and no dirt in the panel!
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Mine also had a fair amount of back light bleed but it's not really a huge issue for me. Perfect to me is no dead pixels and no dirt in the panel!

Agreed. Mine has no dead pixels or dirt either and the bleeding it has is definitely manageable for me. Doubt I'll return it, will be able to test more games when I get the rest of my parts meaning I wont be stuck at 1080 60hz.
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Could you upload some photos please?

Ok here you go. Here is my PG279Q as the centre landscape screen and my AOC 25 inch 2550x1440 portrait monitor as comparison.

Apologies for my breathing as i was holding the camera close lol.

I tried to pan around to show how the glow shifts on all monitors, it is slightly less obvious to the human eye than the camera i would say but in general it gives a good impression. Personally i think the AOC has substantially more glow than the ASUS but it is still a nice monitor and once you have any content other than solid black it just doesnt show.

You can see when i load a movie that the glows level is far lower than the minimum black level of the movie. With normal desktops even with star backgrounds due to this floor the glow is not obvious.

Make of that what you will. Apologies for the quality and minimum effort but i think it conveys the general feel of things.
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And the reason my wires were not all wrapped is i am waiting on some longer ones so i can pin them back against the wall more ! wink.gif
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