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post #5491 of 7846
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Originally Posted by shafat77 View Post



If you dont like your tint of the panel, you can always drop red level and green level to make it more blue. However, if you have to turn it too low, like below 90, the I would recommend returning it gor a new one. Also, whats your manufactured date?

March 2016

My panel is perfect other than the tint though so I don't know if I want to play the lottery again.
post #5492 of 7846
NO problem bud. While your ordering your calibrator, try changing the rgb settings from the monitor menu. Its under color temp> use settings>RGB. Also, try lowering the brightness to around 25-30. Higher brightness can cause BLB and ips glow, sometimes change the tint of the panel. Report back and let me know how it looks so i can help you out even more. ENJOY TWEAKING.
post #5493 of 7846
The tint of the panel doesn't bother me so much since I don't do anything that requires color accuracy, what does bother me is the difference between both monitors. I've been trying for a couple of days now to get them to match.
post #5494 of 7846
When the XB271HU is set to the lowest point on the stand, what's the distance from the bottom of the bezel to the desk?
post #5495 of 7846
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Originally Posted by thedosbox View Post

When the XB271HU is set to the lowest point on the stand, what's the distance from the bottom of the bezel to the desk?

It's very low. It almost touches the feet of the stand, so I'd say... like, maybe an inch, give or take a bit? Perhaps a little more than that. I was curious to know this myself, as I was going to have to push the panel under a 19 inch clearance for the desk I'm going to be using in a few months. You should be pleased with it though.

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I accidentally posted this in the XB270HU thread, so copy/pasting it from there:
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Giving up on this panel for now. I've played the lottery with many other panels over the past couple of years, including the VP2770, BL3201PH and another LG panel. At this point, I'm exhausted... I just want a monitor with low input lag, good image quality and Gsync. The third unit I received had dead pixels and mediocre white uniformity.
post #5496 of 7846
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Originally Posted by Cyalume View Post

It's very low. It almost touches the feet of the stand, so I'd say... like, maybe an inch, give or take a bit? Perhaps a little more than that. I was curious to know this myself, as I was going to have to push the panel under a 19 inch clearance for the desk I'm going to be using in a few months. You should be pleased with it though.

I assume you don't have a ruler or tape measure? Any chance you can post a picture of it at the lowest point? Maybe with a soda can as a reference?

[edit] saw one in best buy, so to answer my own question, just over 2 inches. With the bezel, the bottom of the display panel seemed comparable to an Asus MG279Q.
Edited by thedosbox - 6/12/16 at 9:48am
post #5497 of 7846
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Originally Posted by thedosbox View Post

I assume you don't have a ruler or tape measure? Any chance you can post a picture of it at the lowest point? Maybe with a soda can as a reference?

[edit] saw one in best buy, so to answer my own question, just over 2 inches. With the bezel, the bottom of the display panel seemed comparable to an Asus MG279Q.


Unfortunately I've already returned the unit, so I was going off of memory when I posted that. I just remembered it being very close to the desk; any closer and the bottom bezel would've touched the desk itself.
post #5498 of 7846
my 271 is feb batch, thankfully there are no defects...
aside from the blb and ips glow, the rest is perfect no dead pixel no dust..
no image shift, no coil whine... smile.gif
Edited by ondoy - 6/12/16 at 6:05pm
post #5499 of 7846
i can't make the fw menu show on my 271, is it still the same button press ?
Edited by ondoy - 6/12/16 at 6:03pm
post #5500 of 7846
Can't you get into the service menu by holding the leftmost button while pressing the power button to power up the monitor?

Now that I think about it, the firmware itself is also a little buggy. Sometimes when I select overclocking, the power led changes to orange after the monitor reboots. After trying ADC, I also get an orange led and get into the service menu. And already once did the entire screen look blurred, it was gone after rebooting the computer so maybe that's a driver bug? Power on and off the monitor didn't fix that. And then I haven't yet mentioned the vertical line issue which I get every other day since I switch a lot between desktop and gsync applications, sometimes multiple times a day.
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