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Sounds like calibration problem: http://www.microcenter.com/tech_center/article/6781/how_to_fix_a_monitor_with_a_yellow_tint
This has to be done in the monitor itself at factory or service center, not via software on GPU which will introduce banding. So this just a shop's hack to try get people not RMA bad products. Don't fall for this crap. Plus it only works if a whole screen is tinted and that suggests color channels imbalance and that can be tuned in OSD. What does plague these AUO panels is that only certain parts and areas are yellow tinted not the whole panel. You can't fix that, no one can, it should have never left AUO's factory not a monitor makers factory.
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Did anyone else noticed some stains on the screen which came from the bubble wrap, that was placed on the screen when it was shipped?
I noticed this for a few months now and I'm not able to remove them.
They are also only visible under certain circumstances.
When I light up the bottom left corner with a flashlight, I can see a few stains from the bubble wrap - otherwise they are not visible for me.
I tried to clean the screen several times with a wet cloth, but I can't remove them and I'm not sure if I should use alcohol on this screen.
Another PG279Q had the same problem with the bubble wrap stains, but I could easily remove them by just using a wet cloth.

Any ideas?
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hi, i get a hdmi no signal when connecting a ps4 to the pg279q. i have to unplug the monior then plug it back in and the monitor will then display the hdmi image. anyway to not have to unplug it evertime?
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hi, i get a hdmi no signal when connecting a ps4 to the pg279q. i have to unplug the monior then plug it back in and the monitor will then display the hdmi image. anyway to not have to unplug it evertime?

Try with a different cable if you can have or borrow a spare one.
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hi, i get a hdmi no signal when connecting a ps4 to the pg279q. i have to unplug the monior then plug it back in and the monitor will then display the hdmi image. anyway to not have to unplug it evertime?

I got a new cable with these which fixed the problem.

    
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Originally Posted by addicTix View Post

Did anyone else noticed some stains on the screen which came from the bubble wrap, that was placed on the screen when it was shipped?
I noticed this for a few months now and I'm not able to remove them.
They are also only visible under certain circumstances.
When I light up the bottom left corner with a flashlight, I can see a few stains from the bubble wrap - otherwise they are not visible for me.
I tried to clean the screen several times with a wet cloth, but I can't remove them and I'm not sure if I should use alcohol on this screen.
Another PG279Q had the same problem with the bubble wrap stains, but I could easily remove them by just using a wet cloth.

Any ideas?

Get a proper screen cleaning kit. Should have one anyhow.
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Originally Posted by Jokesterwild View Post

Get a proper screen cleaning kit. Should have one anyhow.

Can you recommend one?
I was looking for one a few months ago already, but I don't want to get one which might attack the coating of the screen.
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Can you recommend one?
I was looking for one a few months ago already, but I don't want to get one which might attack the coating of the screen.

microfiber cleaning cloth for screen. I had the same problem as you, i did cleaning right after unpacking monitor. Most of those disappeared, if it's same thing that we have on mind. It was little circles from the bubble protector on the screen at the edges.
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Ok, this is my third monitor (september 2017) and honestly it is the best that i have so far. Blb is not so big, i can live with it. But got little yellow tint in the top of monitor (around 1/3 of length), it is not going on the whole top of the screen but in the part! It is possible to get AUO Panel without this yellowish at the top at all? That's the only thing why I am thinking of returning this monitor, would you keep it?
Second thing, I have tested on the tomb raider and i don't see any color banding, but i watched this video, and i see some banding, why is that? What settings i should have in nvidia card?
Or it's normal?
https://youtu.be/74SZXCQb44s?t=50






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