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post #5581 of 7811
if you are experiencing the issue, then you need a fw upgrade.
post #5582 of 7811
Thanks. I dont have the monitor, but Im thinking about buying it. And I was wondering if this issue happens in a lot of units or just a few of them.
post #5583 of 7811
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bloodshot47 View Post

Hey made a video about the BLB on my monitor keep in mind that even this camera over exaggerates it by A LOT.
The brightness is set to 100%
What do you guys think?
Keep her or get a replacement?


"What do you guys think" "keep in mind that even this camera over exaggerates it by A LOT."
"The brightness is set to 100%"

First, any panel is going to look bad at 100% through a camera. You should have the brightness to about 20 which is around standard brightness on these IE 120 cd/m2. and check it. And if you are actually using the panel at 100%, you are burning your retina out at 320cd/m2 let alone your blacks will be non existent. Also without checking the white uniformity you are not considering the whole picture.

Posting bad, exaggerated, or inaccurate pictures and asking "Hows this?" is pointless.

Far from reality


Closer to reality thinking.gif
post #5584 of 7811
You can only guess at uniformity without a meter, not that it hurts to eyeball it. Agreed on the brightness, 100 is way too high.
post #5585 of 7811
Quote:
Originally Posted by KGPrime View Post

"What do you guys think" "keep in mind that even this camera over exaggerates it by A LOT."
"The brightness is set to 100%"

First, any panel is going to look bad at 100% through a camera. You should have the brightness to about 20 which is around standard brightness on these IE 120 cd/m2. and check it. And if you are actually using the panel at 100%, you are burning your retina out at 320cd/m2 let alone your blacks will be non existent. Also without checking the white uniformity you are not considering the whole picture.

Posting bad, exaggerated, or inaccurate pictures and asking "Hows this?" is pointless.

Far from reality


Closer to reality thinking.gif



Did you watch the video? I made it to illustrate the fact that I have very little no no blb and that most pictures exaggerate ips glow. I also do not use this screen at 100 but setting it to that to check for blb seems the best option because it seems to be fully exposed at that brightness
post #5586 of 7811
If you're fine with how it looks at the brightness setting you use, and there are no other issues, I'd say to keep it. It's a harder to tell with a video over a picture (provided the camera is passable) because there might randomly be blocking or other issues.
post #5587 of 7811
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Originally Posted by Shardnax View Post

If you're fine with how it looks at the brightness setting you use, and there are no other issues, I'd say to keep it. It's a harder to tell with a video over a picture (provided the camera is passable) because there might randomly be blocking or other issues.

The video when it looks at its best is what i see when im looking at the screen. Everytime i snap a picture it captures IPS glow and makes it look like i have HORRIBLE blb but thats not the case. The video captures the glow and bleed a lot better as you can see the glow goes away at certain angles and as far as the blb it does not.
post #5588 of 7811
What setting are you guys at, care to share?
post #5589 of 7811
I'm running my XB270HU at 18 brightness. I get minor bleed near a couple edges after it's been on for hours but, I find it passable and it's never distracted me.
post #5590 of 7811
My white uniformity isnt the greatest ( i have slight tint change at the left) but i seem to have very little BlB and zero dead pixels so i think im going to keep this one.
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