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Has anyone managed to get one without backlight bleed or dead pixels? I have a dead pixel toward the bottom right of my screen, but no noticeable BLB. I already expect IPS glow (as it is an IPS panel), so I don't count that as BLB.
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Has anyone managed to get one without backlight bleed or dead pixels? I have a dead pixel toward the bottom right of my screen, but no noticeable BLB. I already expect IPS glow (as it is an IPS panel), so I don't count that as BLB.
unfortunately, no one
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Fun times ahead ... DP1.4 will be here in 3 weeks thumb.gif
http://www.geforce.com/hardware/10series/geforce-gtx-1080

These sub-par quality AUO panels will become obsolete at this MSRP ...
Look for large price drops this summer biggrin.gif


Why will the GTX 1080 drop monitor prices?
post #5374 of 7928
Received mine 2 days ago, march 2016 production model. Virtually no BLB, just very tiny bit in left top corner you have to look for on a completely black image. On completely white image I can see very faint yellowish discoloration in places, which seems to dissapear depending on how far you sit from the screen, same with the silverish ips glow. No dead pixels / dust.

I currently run it at 1080p@60Hz over HDMI since my old 570GTX doesn't have display port, and apparently can't output more than that. Waiting for my GTX 1080 to arrive in a week or 2. Hope the yellowish tinting dissapears after a while, tho it's not bad at all. It's perfect other than that.

Also what kind of brightness are you guys running it at? It seems to supress the yellow tinge. Don't think i should bother calibrating it fully yet when I'm still running it like this.
Edited by Weyland Yutani - 6/1/16 at 11:21pm
post #5375 of 7928
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Has anyone managed to get one without backlight bleed or dead pixels? I have a dead pixel toward the bottom right of my screen, but no noticeable BLB. I already expect IPS glow (as it is an IPS panel), so I don't count that as BLB.

mine has no noticeable BLB, no dust , and no dead pixel... so it does exist ( and I would say that's the majority ). IPS glow is still present but you cannot expect something different from an IPS panel lol
post #5376 of 7928
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Originally Posted by Cyalume View Post

Has anyone managed to get one without backlight bleed or dead pixels? I have a dead pixel toward the bottom right of my screen, but no noticeable BLB. I already expect IPS glow (as it is an IPS panel), so I don't count that as BLB.
People definitely have found panels with no dead pixels, and little/no BLB... but sometimes it has taken many returns to get one with near 0 defects. However, I think we only have 1 person who's claimed to have no dead pixels, no BLB, and perfect uniformity. These panels aren't the greatest for uniform whites... but that too can vary.
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Received mine 2 days ago, march 2016 production model. Virtually no BLB, just very tiny bit in left top corner you have to look for on a completely black image. On completely white image I can see very faint yellowish discoloration in places, which seems to dissapear depending on how far you sit from the screen, same with the silverish ips glow. No dead pixels / dust.

I currently run it at 1080p@60Hz over HDMI since my old 570GTX doesn't have display port, and apparently can't output more than that. Waiting for my GTX 1080 to arrive in a week or 2. Hope the yellowish tinting dissapears after a while, tho it's not bad at all. It's perfect other than that.

Also what kind of brightness are you guys running it at? It seems to supress the yellow tinge. Don't think i should bother calibrating it fully yet when I'm still running it like this.
People who like properly calibrated screens tend to use the monitor at 25-30 brightness. That should set the display to about 120 nits of brightness, which is good for most situations. That also helps reduce the appearance of BLB. Others run theirs at higher brightness, because they prefer really bright screens. It's all personal preference.

For your yellow splotches, does it help if you lower the Green in the custom colors setting? Though that might make the rest of the image blue-tinged.
post #5377 of 7928
Mine is November 2015 - no dead pixel.

Light Bleeding not too much, can't feel it in dailiy use - did take 2 pictures (those are some light, not dead pixels)





Just 2 things bad: can't see pure white, looks like some yellowish. And when watching youtube videos, looks so much blocky. My previous panel was ASUS PB278 (60Hz - 2K - IPS) has fantastic colors and picture quality.

Can someone test this video - start from 00:40 - camera starts to pan to left - can you check the gun - video flickering?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRIbf6JqkNc
post #5378 of 7928
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Could you please elaborate on this please? How does oc to 165hz gets rid of the blueish tint on the sides? I am very curious.

i was refering to the vertical line of pixel displacement issue. When i run @ 144hz i get a vertical line of pixels shifted to the side. THis has gone away now that I oc'd the panel to 165hz. The vertical pixel issue is also fixed by turning the monitor on and off.

also my BLB is like 98% gone. When i had this panel new i had significant BLB. Overtime it improved. I did not adjust any screws. So if anyone gets a flawless panel with only BLB on black screens, run it for a couple weeks before you return it.

Other then that. Hurry up and stock 1080gtx ftw's so we can almost fully feed these screens.
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Speakers are gone on mine. They worked for around half a day or so, they just suddenly stopped. Tried everything imaginable to get them working again; No dice. Plugging headphones into my computer still works, but setting the panel as the default audio playback device does nothing (restarting doesn't do anything either, etc).

Dead pixel towards the bottom right. No BLB that I can tell, IPS glow is standard. Sending back.

@DJ_OXyGeNe_8: Video looks normal on my end.
post #5380 of 7928
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Speakers are gone on mine. They worked for around half a day or so, they just suddenly stopped. Tried everything imaginable to get them working again; No dice. Plugging headphones into my computer still works, but setting the panel as the default audio playback device does nothing (restarting doesn't do anything either, etc).

Dead pixel towards the bottom right. No BLB that I can tell, IPS glow is standard. Sending back.

@DJ_OXyGeNe_8: Video looks normal on my end.

To be fair you don't want to use these speakers anyway. They're awful.
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