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Just got mine today and tested it for bleed:

sorry about the crappy iphone pictures but don't really have anything else.


100 brightness


25 brightness
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You've got some in the corners, which is expected with these units. Is it something you notice during normal use?
post #8373 of 9409
is anyone running or has run one of these monitors with two pg278q's in surround? one of my pg278qs are going bad and considering getting the pg279q as a replacement. especially since it has hdmi support that I could use for xbox and ps4.

as long as the pg279q can be set at 144hz should be fine for 1x pg279q and 2x pg278q's in surround. right?
post #8374 of 9409
Fluck Amazon, they gave me a returned screen monitor, that explains the mini scratch around DP port and those fingerprint/mark of grease on the screen
I got discount ~150 eur but still refurbished product that has been sold as new
Mine is good i will keep it but i warn you if you want to buy on Amazon EU, be careful
post #8375 of 9409
I've mixed 278q and 279q together and yes you can set them all at 144hz (g-sync enabled or no g-sync).
post #8376 of 9409
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Originally Posted by Anti-Hero View Post

You've got some in the corners, which is expected with these units. Is it something you notice during normal use?

I'm currently using mine at 47 brightness and I honestly don't notice a thing.

Definitely keeping this one
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So far I've had 4 of these monitors from newegg.ca, all with horrible backlight bleed. Manufacturer date on all was January 2016.
post #8378 of 9409
I really like this monitor. The 144Hz and resolution is impressive but the backlight bleed it's horrible. I have had 1 but I returned it. After that I have bought a MG279Q and it has the same problem(BLB) and more. The middle of the screen is yellowish.

At present, I don't know if buy another PG279Q or wait to 2017 for new monitors.
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I've mixed 278q and 279q together and yes you can set them all at 144hz (g-sync enabled or no g-sync).

good to know! thanks!
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Originally Posted by Rubashka View Post

So far I've had 4 of these monitors from newegg.ca, all with horrible backlight bleed. Manufacturer date on all was January 2016.
The one i got is also from january 2016 and mine is flawless with only a tiny amount of IPS glow.
Did i get the only one from january that actually is as it should be?
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