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True, but if it´s worth it, well then all is well.

I am looking for an 16:10 monitor (can´t stand 16:9 after using 16:10 for this long), so the U2713HM isn´t for me.

And what i will be using for is, Standard use and Gaming, not Hard Core 120hz gaming. Just normal gaming, but i don´t want serious Ghosting of course.

I read that review, and i am scared of the ghosting and overshoot they are talking about. As well as the Anti-Glare that seems to be what´s hated on Dells monitors, but i read that this is Light coated compared to the others.

And it has 8 bit which i want, don´t like the 6 bit panels which then guesses the colors up to 8 bits.
 

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If you want more of a specific description and some visual examples of the overshoot then be sure to read my review on the U2713H. The U2413 behaves very similarly in its pixel responsiveness.

There are also some more images and specific examples of how the anti-glare surface affects (or in this case doesn't affect) the image. It is exceptionally light and worlds away from the old Dells.
 

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Read it through a bit, and it seems that just the IPS Glow was eliminating some minor details on edges of the screen, which i can´t be so happy about really, didn´t know the IPS Glow was that severe.

The pixel responsiveness seem to severe, really good video they did from BF3 there, wouldn´t be able to have it like that i think, it´s to noticeable.
 

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Anyone know any information about this: EA244WMi

Can´t find any reviews on it, but it seems interesting.
 

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Just for reference, the U2413 can be overclocked to a whopping 62 Hz. At 63 Hz and higher it drops frames even though it will accept a higher frequency.

Awesome AR film on these. If you didn't know, once you rotate the monitor to portrait the on-screen display also rotates. Very neat feature!
 

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I can tell you that you will be spending a lot of money for a 10bit panel (1.07bil colors) that you will never see. I can't think of a single regularpprogram that is WCG outside photo editing, and so you either will end up with over saturated colors (inaccurate) or running in sRGB mode, achieving the same exact thing you could pay much less for....
 
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