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post #401 of 829
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Originally Posted by Dargonplay View Post

1 Single green stuck Pixel isn't enough of a big deal for me as say Backlight Bleed so I would mostly ignore it, if you can't ignore it you can create a RMA ticket with BenQ, they must repair or exchange your monitor up to two years from the purchase, 5 months is well within this timeframe.

Will they fix just one stuck pixel though? I figured it would have to be 3 or 5 or something. I have never had a stuck pixel even after owning a couple Korean monitors. I can't stop looking at it. mad.gif
post #402 of 829
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Originally Posted by Hegro View Post

Will they fix just one stuck pixel though? I figured it would have to be 3 or 5 or something. I have never had a stuck pixel even after owning a couple Korean monitors. I can't stop looking at it. mad.gif

They should not only fix it, but exchange your monitor, just make a RMA ticket with BenQ.
post #403 of 829
Ive had mine for about a week now (finally, took about 2 months dealing with Frys, LONG STORY!)

No dead pixels, colors are awesome. I am having an odd issue though. I have the 2730z hooked up in the middle via dual link dvi, downscaled to 1080p at 120hz, and have two 60hz monitors on the sides. Randomly the side monitors and rarely the middle one, will flicker and have like an artifacting almost across the screen. Just blinks for a second. You would almost miss it. Does anyone know why this is happening? I have tried setting the middle monitor to 1440p 60hz but the same issue happens. I have the other two monitors hooked up via hdmi, and dvi to a dvi/display port adapter (not sure if passive or active, does that make a difference?)

I have tried swapping the middle monitor to a display port, but that didnt solve it. Also have tried switching the scaling from the monitors to the gpus and that also did not seem to fix the issues.

Issue seems to go away if I set the 2730z to 1080p and 60hz... But that kind of defeats the point lol.
Edited by SocksWthSandals - 4/4/16 at 6:25pm
post #404 of 829
Hey guys i need help. Everytime I set the refresh rate higher than 60hz, it flickers, black screen and some artifacts. Im using the DP cable included, i also tried DVI-D cable still no fix. Any help?
post #405 of 829
Got a replacement model and there's no dead or stuck pixels. I still still a blue highlight/streak in the middle of the screen though on a black background. Does anyone else experience this issue?

I've tried different cables but it still appears. I am assuming it's common in these monitors or my local store has a faulty batch or something.
post #406 of 829
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Originally Posted by AvengerNoonZz View Post

Got a replacement model and there's no dead or stuck pixels. I still still a blue highlight/streak in the middle of the screen though on a black background. Does anyone else experience this issue?

I've tried different cables but it still appears. I am assuming it's common in these monitors or my local store has a faulty batch or something.

My monitor is flawless, maybe the store is giving you refurbished units that have been returned because of other issues instead of completely new units.

I did had a bright pixel on my BenQ XL2730Z, I wasn't bothered by it so I didn't returned it, one day I decided to factory reset my BenQ through its hidden factory menu for unrelated reasons, the bright pixel disappeared after that.
post #407 of 829
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Originally Posted by Dargonplay View Post

My monitor is flawless, maybe the store is giving you refurbished units that have been returned because of other issues instead of completely new units.

I did had a bright pixel on my BenQ XL2730Z, I wasn't bothered by it so I didn't returned it, one day I decided to factory reset my BenQ through its hidden factory menu for unrelated reasons, the bright pixel disappeared after that.

Nah, they only sell brand new sealed products. I won't return it since it only shows up on a black background but I'm glad there are no stuck pixels or dust under the panel.
post #408 of 829
HI, Maybe someone had this issue and give me some advice.

Artifacts and blank screens for a split second long while running at 1440p at 144hz or 120hz. At lower res. and high refresh rates for example. 1080p120hz no problems. Curious if anyone else experienced the same and if the cable could be at fault?
post #409 of 829
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Originally Posted by sil130 View Post

Hey guys i need help. Everytime I set the refresh rate higher than 60hz, it flickers, black screen and some artifacts. Im using the DP cable included, i also tried DVI-D cable still no fix. Any help?


Having the same problem. Going to try another DP cable tomorrow.
post #410 of 829
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Originally Posted by FCM82 View Post

On my XL2720Z, the right rectangle is green and the middle one is magenta. I've noticed that if i bring sharpness down to 0, the issue is completely removed (the image is way too blurry, though).

Fortunately, I haven't seen a game where this is visible, not even in the StarCraft Legacy level I mentioned in my earlier post.

I'll try to post a movie later on, with both issues.
Can confirm.
On my XL2720Z, setting sharpness to 1 (you can't set it at 0 btw; valid values are 1-10) removes *ALL* inversion artifacts from the blurbusters' motion test and from all lagon.nl images! ALL.
When I say all, you don't even have flicker when scrolling the lagom test on the first 4 tests and no grey to magneta changes.. http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/inversion.php#invpattern but it's just too blurry at 1.
You do have some light/dark grey flicker on tests 5-7, however, which unchanges regardless of sharpness 1-10.

Sharpness 2 introduces some faint magneta/green inversion, but only the faintest of "horizontal line" inversion of window edges marks being stretched across the entire screen.

Sharpness=2 seems like a good value to use overall, without completely destroying your eyes.

+Rep. I had no idea about that.
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