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post #7831 of 9309
Nope.. has to go back.. Dead or red stuck pixels top right of the monitor.. shows against green, blue and white.. Looks like 2 or 3 dead pixels vertically.. So disappointing.. It was so obvious when I turned the unit on, how did this pass QC?

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Nope.. has to go back.. Dead or red stuck pixels top right of the monitor.. shows against green, blue and white.. Looks like 2 or 3 dead pixels vertically.. So disappointing.. It was so obvious when I turned the unit on, how did this pass QC?

2V2r97ml.jpg

What QC? rolleyes.gif
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post #7833 of 9309
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Originally Posted by Diversion View Post

Nope.. has to go back.. Dead or red stuck pixels top right of the monitor.. shows against green, blue and white.. Looks like 2 or 3 dead pixels vertically.. So disappointing.. It was so obvious when I turned the unit on, how did this pass QC?

2V2r97ml.jpg

I win - i bet there is BLB in lower right corner too!
post #7834 of 9309
Turns out it's actually a piece of dirt.. when I flick the area the "thing" moves.. Except it's not moving where I need it to move.. And it's too bright right now to test for BLB.

Edit: Getting the "dirt" closer to the bezel now. hopefully if i get at it, I can get it away from the screen.
Edited by Diversion - 2/5/16 at 12:26pm
post #7835 of 9309
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Turns out it's actually a piece of dirt.. when I flick the area the "thing" moves.. Except it's not moving where I need it to move.. And it's too bright right now to test for BLB.
Try using a microfiber cloth or something very similar. Use your fingertip + fingernail on top of the cloth where the speck is. Gently try and push the speck as far toward the top of the screen as you can until it is out of the view-able area. Other people have had success doing this. Yours is close enough to the top edge where you may be able to slide it out of the way.
post #7836 of 9309
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Try using a microfiber cloth or something very similar. Use your fingertip + fingernail on top of the cloth where the speck is. Gently try and push the speck as far toward the top of the screen as you can until it is out of the view-able area. Other people have had success doing this. Yours is close enough to the top edge where you may be able to slide it out of the way.

It doesn't appear to move when I apply pressure to the speck.. Only seems to do something when I flick the screen and it moves completely random.. I put the screen in portrait so that it will fall with gravity but it's actually going UP instead of down, ugh..
post #7837 of 9309
Has anyone got perfect monitor? Now is the fourth going already and has same problem which are latest one. Usually one dead/stuck pixel and also upper frames are loose.

I think I get my fifth monitor end of month.
post #7838 of 9309
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Originally Posted by Diversion View Post

It doesn't appear to move when I apply pressure to the speck.. Only seems to do something when I flick the screen and it moves completely random.. I put the screen in portrait so that it will fall with gravity but it's actually going UP instead of down, ugh..

I got rid of it.. Turned the monitor on it's side to help gravity get it closer to the bezel and it's done.. phew.. Now to check for BLB.. I can tell the white uniformity isn't great.. it's about the same as my other two I kept.. but hoping for minimal BLB and i'll be done with my triple PG279Q setup!
post #7839 of 9309
So the pg278q and pg279q both have 90w power consumption. Does that mean they produce noticeably more heat than the XB271hu that is rated at 33w power consumption?
post #7840 of 9309
Welps, still think i'm going to return this new December build..

Here's the BLB:
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And for comparison, the other TWO PG279Q (both September builds) that I kept look like this:
Nuky92wl.jpg

And the other:
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I figured Asus fixed the Orange glow problem by now. The new December build is orangy still..
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