Originally Posted by CalinTM
I have a white uniformity problem with my DELL U2312HM. The monitor is cheap for what you get, has almost no ghosting and lag in games. I bought one, was revision august 2012, and i had a massive white uniformity problem, basically on white color all my panel, except a tight line from up to down, in the right side, so all my panel except that right part on white color is not a pure white, it's more of a yellow white color. And the part where is pure white the screen it's more hot than the other side, basically the right side on the panel is more hot, and the other panel is cold, i guess there are the LEDs..
Well, i RMA that monitor, i bought another one, and had the EXACT same problem, time passed, i RMA'ed the second one, and bought another one, this time with another revision, November 2012, and i thought will be different, but it's not, it still haves the same problem.
And i bet if i keep changing or RMA, i will get the exact same monitor problems. So what's up with DELL ? They make stupid 2012 revisions, as i told that 2011 revisions are good, but aren't to be found anymore. And if i buy a TN monitor the white problem is nothing to worry about, but the TN colors are junk.
If i remove the anti-glare coating from my DELL U2312HM, could you think i will get proper white colors ? It's by any chance the anti-glare material is causing this white problems in the left area of the panel ? Or this monitor it's simply junk ?
The other colors, like playing a game, or watching a movie are stunning, i didn't notice any color uniformity. Happens only on white( while i browse forums or browsing windows).
Please anyone could help me ? I really need some advice. I keep buying monitors and sell them from over 3 months, and i didn't found a good monitor, and to have good displays.
Any other 23, 24 inch IPS good monitors around ? I think i will sell this one too, because i can't live with this problem, to mask a little this problem, i need to calibrate the monitor and use some cold colors on white areas to mask a little this problem.