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post #1281 of 3099 (permalink) Old 05-06-2013, 03:18 PM
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anyone get a thin red line on the monitor somtimes?

Its not a big deal tbh, probably because the OC is 120hz

Anything I can do to get rid of it?
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post #1282 of 3099 (permalink) Old 05-06-2013, 03:36 PM
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Submitted order on Saturday and received delivery notification for tomorrow. Can't wait to get my hands on it biggrin.gif

I'm jealous. Ordered mine from bigclothcraft Saturday, no ship notice yet (it's an X-Star DP2710 Matte). Thinking I may have artificially delayed my order by asking a question on whether they could use a specific carrier, I got a response and replied back but... frown.gif.

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post #1283 of 3099 (permalink) Old 05-06-2013, 04:44 PM
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Linked below is a profile made with a ColorMunki Display calibrator at 96Hz if anyone would care to try it. Set to LED backlight (default is CCFL). Brightness was 12 clicks from bottom when I started and it had me put it down 2 clicks. I have a matte QX, fyi.

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What's better matte or glossy? Does anyone have a comparison on the image quality of matte vs glossy? I know glossy will have better retention of image quality, but matte is ideal.
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Matte because this is a nice semi-gloss matte. Glossy can be a bit more vibrant but reflects greatly if any windows anywhere near. I do like my 27" glossy iMac at work but this matte is nice and haven't heard anyone yet say "wish I got the glossy".

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post #1286 of 3099 (permalink) Old 05-06-2013, 11:08 PM
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Got mine today.

No dead pixels, seems to overclock well, only had time to try up to 110 Hz yesterday but dont think it matters if it goes higher for me.

I did however have a lot of black light bleeding in the top right corner and lower left corner that annoys me a lot. What do I do about it?

Should I send it back? Should I try and fix it, if so how?
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Got mine today.

No dead pixels, seems to overclock well, only had time to try up to 110 Hz yesterday but dont think it matters if it goes higher for me.

I did however have a lot of black light bleeding in the top right corner and lower left corner that annoys me a lot. What do I do about it?

Should I send it back? Should I try and fix it, if so how?

some blb comes from the monitor casing exerting pressure on the screen. another source is that the screen is not flat internally with the other screen internals. There is a 'tape mod' fix in the OP of the PLS club thread. link is in my signature
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I'm jealous. Ordered mine from bigclothcraft Saturday, no ship notice yet (it's an X-Star DP2710 Matte). Thinking I may have artificially delayed my order by asking a question on whether they could use a specific carrier, I got a response and replied back but... frown.gif.

I ordered mine Saturday night and got my tracking number today. No delivery date so far but latest status was, processed in Seoul. Can't hardly wait. Got a new monitor, q701 and essence st coming this week, right in middle of studying for finals.... I think I made a huge mistake.
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some blb comes from the monitor casing exerting pressure on the screen. another source is that the screen is not flat internally with the other screen internals. There is a 'tape mod' fix in the OP of the PLS club thread. link is in my signature

Thanks sir!
I've questions thou, would like to understand the problem fully.

That worked, you opened it up and massaged it?
For how long? No bending involved?
Then you put black tape at the back of it and that solved it? The blacklight bleeding is actually emitted from the back? I saw no tape on your picture.

Thanks
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post #1290 of 3099 (permalink) Old 05-07-2013, 12:40 AM
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got some BLB, not sure if it\s bad enough to be worth trying to fix
youupload.org/878erb3 (with highest possible brightness)
youupload.org/1yyea15 (old monitor with lowest possible brightness).

i am not satisfied 165hz, yes i am reffering to the monitor..
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