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All IPS have glow, but this is extreme!

It is pretty bad, but it isn't that unusual. My p2715q had something similar, so does my current vp2780-4k. One went back, other one is going back, but for other reasons.

Do games look washed out in those specific areas? It really shouldn't be that noticeable in practice. Having a black background and no light in the room is not a very realistic test. It's just a problem with the tech, and not the specific unit. If it does indeed bother you, then return it.
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It is pretty bad, but it isn't that unusual. My p2715q had something similar, so does my current vp2780-4k. One went back, other one is going back, but for other reasons.

Do games look washed out in those specific areas? It really shouldn't be that noticeable in practice. Having a black background and no light in the room is not a very realistic test. It's just a problem with the tech, and not the specific unit. If it does indeed bother you, then return it.

Funny thing is, the more I play the more it gets visible and during games as soon as it gets darker, even so slightly as in CSgo or anyting like that you can clearly see it. Moslty left side... it glows like a glow stick on a trance party!
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Originally Posted by Dawidowski View Post

I guess there isnt atm tongue.gif To early to tell considering they got nothing fixed yet.
Aye really bad luck :/
All IPS have glow, but this is extreme!

I don't know but I would be really happy if someone will come here and say: "Hey, I have perfect panel - no dust, no dead pixels, no blb and very faint amount of glow which is normal for IPS". But I start to believe there is no one. Where are all these guys who already bough it ???

Btw, it is strange because usually only right side - especially bottom right corner is affected by glow. You had to be very unlucky... :-/
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Funny thing is, the more I play the more it gets visible and during games as soon as it gets darker, even so slightly as in CSgo or anyting like that you can clearly see it. Moslty left side... it glows like a glow stick on a trance party!

Try lowering Brightness to about 35 and check if that helped....

But I feel you man. It sucks in gaming. And most games nowadays have day-night cycles and it really sucks when it gets darker to

I start to think that I am lucky becasue only my bottom right corner glows like that.... But what does it say about quality of this panel? Well...bad things.

Now I am really afraid of getting replacement. So far I see that my glow is smallest one of all others :/

I wanna one like TFT had mad.gifmad.gifmad.gif
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Well at least the QC of the panel, is better than the ACER XB monitor.
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Dell and Asus don't make panels. You already listed the big 3.
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How to say difference between IPS GLOW and BACKLIGHT BLEEDING- smal guide.

I decided to make a quick turorial for those who do not know difference between IPS glow and bleeding and want to know if their monitor has IPS glow- which is a feature of IPS panels and cannot be fixed and replacing model can shift glow but won't get rid of it. OR it is a backligh bleeding which is fault/issue and is a reason for replace/RMA as it should not be there.

Anyone saying that bleeding is feature is just like saying buying brand new car with flat tires is feature.

Ok, so few things.

1. How to say if that is glow or bleeding: First- get PURE BLACK background on monitor, fullscreen. Turn off all lights in room, do it in dark (not during day).

a) Take your screen and sit just in front of it, straight. About 1-2 feets away. Make centre of the screen to be directly at level of your eyes. Panel straight. Now, if monitor and panel are prefectly made you should see a little to almost no glow in each corner AS YOU MOVE YOUR EYES. Each corner should have almost same amount of glow. If one is glowing much more even those 3 others are same- that is bad panel.

Now if you move your head and body- up down, left right, changing angle- you can see that some corners are becomning brighter- glowing and covering corners in about 8 cm trinagles.

That is IPS glow. IPS glow depends on your viewing angle. If you move to left- right side is glowing more. And couterwise. Up and down same.

b) Now do you see any light that seem not to fade away, or stop glowing or glowing less as you move to different angle? that is bleeding.
c) To check it- move further from your screen. About 1,5-2 meters from it. IPS glow should fade away the further you are from screen. At that distance you should see almost no glow. If you look straight at centre of screen and see glowing near corners, lines, chasis- that is bleeding.
d) Final test- while you are far away from monitor- postition your self at extreme angles, and keep looking at bleeding places. If they do not dissapear as you move to different angles- that is bleeding.

It is worth to mention that bleeding near corners makes glow near corners worse as it adds more glow to it.

Here are few pics of glow/bleed from my PG. First shots is straight from centre 1,5-2 meters away from monitor. Rest are at different angles which should get rid of glowing parts if they were IPS. You can easly see bleeding spots.





Edited by Benny89 - 10/27/15 at 5:29pm
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No one is saying backlight bleed is a feature of IPS. It is something that all LCD panels have. However, nearly all IPS monitors have backlight bleed. If you have a specific unit without it, then consider yourself lucky.
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Dell and Asus don't make panels. You already listed the big 3.

Yeah, I know however I was just saying, if they did make panels, this was not clear, sorry
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You know a lot has changed since the GTX 480, SLI and Crossfire are more popular, which means more developers support it from day one, NVIDIA and AMD drivers are a lot better for two way SLI or Crossfire as it is more popular, the GPU architecture has also improved for SLI and Crossfire, you cannot compare old GPUs in SLI to now.

We also have DirectX11 which improved SLI and Crossfire, now we got DirectX12 which is going to improve SLI and Crossfire in games.


So I take it SLI is ok these days then? no microstutter etc? also heard overclocking is what causes lots of issues in SLI.. if everything is kept stock, then runs smooth..
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