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So, yeah.....guess what happened to me? Bleed happened to me. Yeah, you heard that right. I reported to you a tiny strip on bleeding at the left edge.

Guess what? After few hours of gaming it became worse.

It was impossible to catch is on picture or camera from my phone oddly but when you play in dark content you SEE it very much as it does not fade no matter of angle.

This is the only picture that captures it. Do not look at corners and rest of screen as picture make everything SUPER worse than it is. Rest screen is great. But you can see the left edge bleed. I used yellow pen in Paint to show you how far it reaches in dark games.





It is simillar to my previous right corner- you can't not notice it. Especially in games when you look around you to check for enemies- it glows as hell at dark background. Funny thing is- it wasn't that bad when I turn on monitor at first and did some testing. It became like that about hour ago.

So yea, monitor is going back for another replacement or for refund in monday.

I stated before, I will live with any IPS glow no problem. But I won't accept bleeding in 850 euro monitor. No.

This monitor has perfect IPS glow in corners, something I could live with easly. I already did. But this bleeding was getting worse and worse and right now it is just that bad.

Call me picky, ok, but no bleeding, NO!!

Holy **** man, you got the worst screen now. Mine was a disaster buy yours take the price.
That glow, even uniformity seems to happen on the left hand side the yellow circle on the middle of the screen. Damn man thats som bad luck!
Seems like we all can say goodbye to IPS from any brand frown.gif

So sad now...
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Guys,new monitor from Acer in response to this - http://www.custompcreview.com/news/acer-introduces-165hz-predator-xb271hu-g-sync-gaming-monitor/26737/


What do you think ?
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Originally Posted by Dawidowski View Post

Holy **** man, you got the worst screen now. Mine was a disaster buy yours take the price.
That glow, even uniformity seems to happen on the left hand side the yellow circle on the middle of the screen. Damn man thats som bad luck!
Seems like we all can say goodbye to IPS from any brand frown.gif

So sad now...

No, no, no biggrin.gif. Take a look at my previous pictures to see how the rest of the screen really looks like. This picture was taken with camera to just show this bleeding on left which I marked with yellow line.

Rest of the screen is like in previous pictures. It has tiny amount of silverish glow in corners and rest is pure dark. There is nothing in the middle IRL.

However this left sided, marked blacklight bleeding is exactly as bad as you can here. But only this. Rest is just exagerated
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Originally Posted by Nicholars View Post

Just trying to be realistic that is all, does not look like there are many 100% PERFECT panels about, so you are going to be returning a lot of monitors if you are going to be trying to get 100% perfect, if that even exists. I cannot see how people returning 10's of monitors, would do anything other than push prices up somehow eventually.

That is not realistic. That is acceping faulty products, jesus. It has fault. Bleeding IS NOT A FEATURE OF IPS! It is feature of bad panel and bad QC and bad company. Bleeding has NOTHING to do with IPS.
EVERY dam panel that is being sold there by Asus should be perfect. So I pay- I demand. If I had patient and another 1440p monitor with me belive me I would return even 10 of them just to show Asus middle finger from at least one customer who know what he pays for.

I don't have neither this or time, so one more replacement if my supplier agrees and if that fails I am going for TN Dell and wait for 1440p IPS with LG panel instead of crappy AUO.

I can't imagine someone accepting faulty product at this price, which should be flawless. People should respect their money.
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So, yeah.....guess what happened to me? Bleed happened to me. Yeah, you heard that right. I reported to you a tiny strip on bleeding at the left edge.

Guess what? After few hours of gaming it became worse.

It was impossible to catch is on picture or camera from my phone oddly but when you play in dark content you SEE it very much as it does not fade no matter of angle.

This is the only picture that captures it. Do not look at corners and rest of screen as picture make everything SUPER worse than it is. Rest screen is great. But you can see the left edge bleed. I used yellow pen in Paint to show you how far it reaches in dark games.





It is simillar to my previous right corner- you can't not notice it. Especially in games when you look around you to check for enemies- it glows as hell at dark background. Funny thing is- it wasn't that bad when I turn on monitor at first and did some testing. It became like that about hour ago.

Btw, are you aware that bleed can be present even on TN panels ?

So yea, monitor is going back for another replacement or for refund in monday.

I stated before, I will live with any IPS glow no problem. But I won't accept bleeding in 850 euro monitor. No.

This monitor has perfect IPS glow in corners, something I could live with easly. I already did. But this bleeding was getting worse and worse and right now it is just that bad.

Call me picky, ok, but no bleeding, NO!!

Oh man, feel sorry for that. Seems as monitor heated up, material stretched and the bleed came more obvious. Try to turn it off for few hours to cool down and check if there is same amount of bleed. Looked like pretty good panel before, also on your "blanket" photos there was no bleed visible frown.gif What are you going to do now ? Another try ?
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No, no, no biggrin.gif. Take a look at my previous pictures to see how the rest of the screen really looks like. This picture was taken with camera to just show this bleeding on left which I marked with yellow line.

Rest of the screen is like in previous pictures. It has tiny amount of silverish glow in corners and rest is pure dark. There is nothing in the middle IRL.

However this left sided, marked blacklight bleeding is exactly as bad as you can here. But only this. Rest is just exagerated
That is not realistic. That is acceping faulty products, jesus. It has fault. Bleeding IS NOT A FEATURE OF IPS! It is feature of bad panel and bad QC and bad company. Bleeding has NOTHING to do with IPS.
EVERY dam panel that is being sold there by Asus should be perfect. So I pay- I demand. If I had patient and another 1440p monitor with me belive me I would return even 10 of them just to show Asus middle finger from at least one customer who know what he pays for.

I don't have neither this or time, so one more replacement if my supplier agrees and if that fails I am going for TN Dell and wait for 1440p IPS with LG panel instead of crappy AUO.

I can't imagine someone accepting faulty product at this price, which should be flawless. People should respect their money.

But what if Dell uses AUO panels too?
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Oh man, feel sorry for that. Seems as monitor heated up, material stretched and the bleed came more obvious. Try to turn it off for few hours to cool down and check if there is same amount of bleed. Looked like pretty good panel before, also on your "blanket" photos there was no bleed visible frown.gif What are you going to do now ? Another try ?

Well it doesn't really matter if it heaten up and if it fades if I let it cool. It will heat up again in next day as I am that kind of person who plays many hours, especially in weekends where we can play with my wife (she is also gamer) about 12 hours per day smile.gif. So if that is because of heat- yea, well, there will be only more heat.

I will give it one last try if my supplier agrees. They have 2 more units in magazine it seems as I checked their site so I hope for fast replacement. If that fails- I am going for Dell TN.

I was playing 10 years on TNs and honestly, I had much better time with them than with this bleeding, glowing issues....
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But what if Dell uses AUO panels too?

If it has no bleeding and glow/dead pixels/dust I don't care about the rest. Never in my life I noticed color uniformity problems or pixel invertions problems with TNs so I will just play on it, instead of looking at bleeding places in games.

I am just a gamer man, my PC is for gaming, I don't care about photos crazy colors of IPS at price of bleeding.

I could laso wait for PG34 as it has LG panel but price is way beyond my imagination... frown.gif(
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Just trying to be realistic that is all, does not look like there are many 100% PERFECT panels about, so you are going to be returning a lot of monitors if you are going to be trying to get 100% perfect, if that even exists. I cannot see how people returning 10's of monitors, would do anything other than push prices up somehow eventually.

The answer to your assumption is this - yes, there are smile.gif

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But what if Dell uses AUO panels too?

Sure they use, no one except AUO make 144Hz TN panels afaik... So it may have all IPS issues - glow + uniformity issues


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Well it doesn't really matter if it heaten up and if it fades if I let it cool. It will heat up again in next day as I am that kind of person who plays many hours, especially in weekends where we can play with my wife (she is also gamer) about 12 hours per day smile.gif. So if that is because of heat- yea, well, there will be only more heat.

I will give it one last try if my supplier agrees. They have 2 more units in magazine it seems as I checked their site so I hope for fast replacement. If that fails- I am going for Dell TN.

I was playing 10 years on TNs and honestly, I had much better time with them than with this bleeding, glowing issues....
If it has no bleeding and glow/dead pixels/dust I don't care about the rest. Never in my life I noticed color uniformity problems or pixel invertions problems with TNs so I will just play on it, instead of looking at bleeding places in games.

I am just a gamer man, my PC is for gaming, I don't care about photos crazy colors of IPS at price of bleeding.

I could laso wait for PG34 as it has LG panel but price is way beyond my imagination... frown.gif(

Sure I know it won't help, I just wanted to know if it is because of heating.

OMG, 12 of playing with wife, crazy... But wait if you have children... It will be over wink.gif

Mine arrive tomorrow, so wish me a better luck. In any case, it's difference if you played on 24" TN panel, or this 27" AUO TN trash. At least I had no bleeding but I think I had a good luck with this. But remember, you will have pixel inversion with it, that's for sure. Only question how noticeable. I wouldn't recommend 144Hz TN panel but decision is yours.
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The answer to your assumption is this - yes, there are smile.gif


Mm they should all be like that.
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Sure they use, no one except AUO make 144Hz TN panels afaik... So it may have all IPS issues - glow + uniformity issues
Sure I know it won't help, I just wanted to know if it is because of heating.

OMG, 12 of playing with wife, crazy... But wait if you have children... It will be over wink.gif

Mine arrive tomorrow, so wish me a better luck. In any case, it's difference if you played on 24" TN panel, or this 27" AUO TN trash. At least I had no bleeding but I think I had a good luck with this. But remember, you will have pixel inversion with it, that's for sure. Only question how noticeable. I wouldn't recommend 144Hz TN panel but decision is yours.

Well, we are still young so many years till we decide for child.

I wish you best luck man. Just don't give yourself to first impression. Turn it on, test what you can and go play games. When night comes turn everything off, launch darkest game you can (I recommend Dark Souls and Thief) and then check for glow an bleeding. Give it full day of testing while playing dark games.
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The answer to your assumption is this - yes, there are smile.gif


Yup, that is what I pay for.
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