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post #7001 of 7363
For some reason I can't use a fullscreen view of your pic, all I get is a small square in the middle. frown.gif
post #7002 of 7363
I'm using Chrome with F11 (fullscreen mode), might work the same way for other browser.
post #7003 of 7363
can't get it to work. Can you upload it to imgur and post a link here? I believe this site processes the images (reduces them) thus we can't get a proper view.
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yes, it works now. Here's the pic:



This time it feels a bit exaggerated, but at least it shows the change quite well. It's not as bad IRL, but close.

The left side is barely noticeable IRL, and not irritating. The right side is worse. Probably left is at deltaE ~3, while the right is at deltaE ~5.
Edited by Astreon - 4/17/17 at 9:00am
post #7006 of 7363
Photo is a bit dark with some noise, except for the center and the right side it looks decent. I would say my device has more but less obvious shift/tint areas.
If the right side has the same intensity in real usage as on the photo, a replacement for this one would be reasonable.
post #7007 of 7363
I think it's a quite fair representation of how it looks IRL.

It's definitively noticeable and bothersome. If it was like left side, I wouldn't even notice.

I guess I'll return it. frown.gif dang it.

The whole idea is to buy something that will keep me happy for 5 years, not some heap of junk that will haunt me with things like that.

I could accept slighly more BLB (not overly picky in this department) but better white-grey uniformity. I find the "left side" of my monitor 100% acceptable and unintrusive. if there's hope for something like that @ both sides, I'd definitively be happy about it.
Edited by Astreon - 4/17/17 at 9:07am
post #7008 of 7363
Do you find my device acceptable in terms of uniformity?
The three i tested were quite similar with just slight deviations on the shift/tint areas, and there was no "separated" cool tinted area like on your device.
post #7009 of 7363
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Originally Posted by Powergate View Post

Do you find my device acceptable in terms of uniformity?
The three i tested were quite similar with just slight deviations on the shift/tint areas, and there was no "separated" cool tinted area like on your device.

yes, I'd be happy with yours.

Separated cool tinted area is a killer, I'm OK with your uniformity.

The "worst" kind of tint for me is exactly what I have: from warm to cold, and in a place you constantly scan with your eyes when reading. The warm-to-cold shift when reading is really pissing me off.
Edited by Astreon - 4/17/17 at 9:26am
post #7010 of 7363
Like you said, every device since december 2016 looks very decent. Getting a device with no/subtle bleeding and decent uniformity doesn't seem so unlikely anymore.
Your second device could be much better in that regard.
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