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Dancing Pixels issue in my Asus IPS monitor!

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Happens only in one shade of green so it doesn't bother me at all.
Anyone know if this is some sort of interference/bad cable or panel defect?
Thanks.
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Looks like panel defect. Cannot confirm, but that doesn't look like a cable issue.

I guess the suggestion would be to swap cables and see if it fixes the issue ; if not - use manufacturer's warranty if within period.
    
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Looks like panel defect. Cannot confirm, but that doesn't look like a cable issue.

I guess the suggestion would be to swap cables and see if it fixes the issue ; if not - use manufacturer's warranty if within period.
but panel is perfect otherwise- aces all the Lagon calibration tests- gamma, sharpening, etc.
This only evident in one shade of green.
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Because of that one shade of green - that's what leads me to believe defective pixels are at play.

But - don't take my word - I am no expert! redface.gif
    
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