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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-15-2019, 09:13 AM - Thread Starter
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Acer Predator XB271HUAB - rma?Burn in?

Hello. My monitor Acer Predator XB271HUAB. I have this monitor 10 months. Yesterday after quitting game i saw this and its appearing on monitor now.

I checked on google and somebody with the same monitor have the same issue.
Its something like this ,but 4x much less noticable than this:
+ i dont see this on white screen like here,only on light grey screen

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I have 2080 Ti Waterforce Xtreme,this is not issue with GPU. I checked on google and somebody with the same monitor have the same issue.

I tried removing by finger,and its not a dirt,debris etc. As if something wet leaked inside



Its barely noticable when i am playing but still appearing.

Rma or it dissapear itself?
I have monitor 10 months. I saw this yesterday and like i said it something like on screen,but not noticable on white,but on grey/light blue.
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Wow weird thing. After some time that you ended up playing, do it dissapear itself? Or it keeps there?

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Quote: Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
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I don't have much experience on monitors, but if you suspect a burn in, you should find a pattern where those pixels were burned in...
I (sounds silly but anyway) would check on other cables (DP and/or HDMI), other vgas...
Anyway, I would RMA if possible right away.

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Doesn't look like burn into me, looks like something under the clear outer protective film of the screen.



When I think of burn-in I think of this;

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That's why I was telling that if he suspected about burn in, he may have found a pattern on that. It does not look like burn in, but more like a leak of something...

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Hey guys last question. My previous monitor get broken because just MONITOR,or it was related to hardware? But on new display AORUS AD27QD its fine now.

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