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S2716DG's coating is so bad. You can't even see the BLB because of this.
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Dell Ultrasharp or bust. I can make a compromise with low refresh rate for the benefit of low back light bleed and amazing colors.

This! My up2516d is perfect! I'll upgrade to ultrawide 34 when they realease a monitor that you don't have to play russian roulette
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My Dell U2713HM has very little BLB. I can't see it with brightness at 40 or below. No point in raising it because I don't plan on going blind anytime soon. thumb.gif
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S2716DG's coating is so bad. You can't even see the BLB because of this.
you know how it is,you gotta sacrifice one thing to get another. I've got 144hz instead, plus blb and black color uniformity are on another level compared to my mx27aq, I would not pay another few hundred bucks for IPS just to get what we see on those PG279Q's. The coating on s2716dg is not very good indeed, but frankly I do not notice it in games,movies or desktop. I do notice it on some photos tho,it's like a film grain filter was on.
Edited by Klocek001 - 2/7/16 at 11:11am
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My Dell U2713HM has very little BLB. I can't see it with brightness at 40 or below. No point in raising it because I don't plan on going blind anytime soon. thumb.gif

Should be able to use whatever brightness settings you want and not have to worry about light bleed.

Here's my VA full array tv set to "Vivid" preset on an all black screen. Can't even tell it's on. That's what I want in a expensive gaming monitor. Maybe I'll just have to check out gaming monitors again when OLED becomes a thing.


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you know how it is,you gotta sacrifice one thing to get another. I've got 144hz instead, plus blb and black color uniformity are on another level compared to my mx27aq, I would not pay another few hundred bucks for IPS just to get what we see on those PG279Q's. The coating on s2716dg is not very good indeed, but frankly I do not notice it in games,movies or desktop. I do notice it on some photos tho,it's like a film grain filter was on.

PG279Q's coating is bad also, S2716DG it's even worse. AUO is straight up trolling us with this crap.
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Should be able to use whatever brightness settings you want and not have to worry about light bleed.

Here's my VA full array tv set to "Vivid" preset on an all black screen. Can't even tell it's on. That's what I want in a expensive gaming monitor. Maybe I'll just have to check out gaming monitors again when OLED becomes a thing.

I'm not worried about BLB. I'm worried about my vision going to crap.
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A little bleeding is acceptable but my GOD. What is this?

I have an LG IPS panel with literally 0 bleeding.
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A little bleeding is acceptable but my GOD. What is this?

I have an LG IPS panel with literally 0 bleeding.
There's BLEED everywhere
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Dell Ultrasharp or bust. I can make a compromise with low refresh rate for the benefit of low back light bleed and amazing colors.
I agree. I own both the Asus ROG PG279Q (a nice one with low ips glow) and the Dell UltraSharp U2715H. Both are great monitors. But if I had to get a third one, I would get the Dell. The Gsync + 165Hz refresh is nice, but the new Dell UltraSharp monitors are ridiculously good and much cheaper. Now only if they can make that OLED one a lot cheaper.
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