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post #3681 of 3777
Yeah but in Germany frown.gif
post #3682 of 3777
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Originally Posted by TomCruisader View Post

Yeah but in Germany frown.gif
Well most definitely it will be everywhere im going to write to samsung to see what about serbia you can do the same for your country...
post #3683 of 3777
Sweet, I guess I'll return my monitor before the window closes and pickup a cfg73.
post #3684 of 3777
Well, if mine's perfect (I ordered cfg70... yeah, YESTERDAY...), I'll probably keep it. CFG73 mostly does address the wobbly stand.
post #3685 of 3777
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Originally Posted by Astreon View Post

Well, if mine's perfect (I ordered cfg70... yeah, YESTERDAY...), I'll probably keep it. CFG73 mostly does address the wobbly stand.
I actually dont like that other stand its very generic aand dull. This one is actually looking rather cool. It really isnt wobbly unless you have a wobbly desk. It doesnt wobble at all i can slam my desk everything will jump on it but monitor doesnt move even sligjtest. I hope i can do a firmware upgrade here in serbia to completely remove this purple artefacting. I dont have a problem with it but if it can be removed fully and monitor be as perfect as it can be then yeah sure why not.
post #3686 of 3777
For an upgrade, you probably have to live without the monitor for 2+ weeks, and there's a chance it comes back scratched or even damaged. If you don't see the purple issue, I wouldn't bother.
post #3687 of 3777
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Originally Posted by marclar View Post

Ok i have just received the email and it says that in the new firmware that is in cfg73 completely removed the purple artefacting its from samsung in germany. Fhey also replied that all cfg70 owners are entitled for firmware upgrade.

Picture? I'd like more than just your word on this. I find it hard to believe Samsung would issue a statement even admitting to purple artifacting as opposed to simply quietly fixing it.
post #3688 of 3777
also, they should simply allow CFG70 users to buy the CFG73 stand separately. Otherwise, one may feel ripped off (assuming he doesn't like the stand). You can send the monitor for a firmware update if you wish but if you want a sturdy stand, you basically have to go for Vesa. Good vesa stands are very expensive (100$ and more).
post #3689 of 3777
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Originally Posted by Kinetix View Post

Picture? I'd like more than just your word on this. I find it hard to believe Samsung would issue a statement even admitting to purple artifacting as opposed to simply quietly fixing it.
You know german?
post #3690 of 3777
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Originally Posted by marclar View Post

You know german?

Just post your evidence plz lawd
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