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|02-24-2013 12:56 PM|
|02-23-2013 09:33 PM|
Definitely take a look through the Dell forums. They have a section for monitors. The experts hang out there may be familiar with your issue.
|02-23-2013 09:29 PM|
|02-23-2013 09:15 PM|
[QUOTE]You're using DVI or Displayport?/QUOTE]
Ive tried both without a noticeable affect. Ill try factory reset although its brand new so Im not sure what it would change, Ill give it a go. Thank you for the info and sorry to thread jack.
|02-23-2013 09:02 PM|
First try all the adjustments, starting with a reset to factory defaults.
You may want to try a different cable. You're using DVI or Displayport? If you're using HDMI, that may be your problem. Most video cards can't drive the native resolution of this monitor through HDMI. If you're using VGA, well, you need a new computer.
If none of that works, get a warranty replacement.
|02-23-2013 08:43 PM|
I recently purchased the Dell U2713HM 27" but noticed the blacks arent very crisp. Ill have half a white screen and half black and the white bleeds into the black area making it look almost grey or very washed out black.
Can anyone tell me if this is something related to ALL Dell displays? Or just the model I purchased? I am considering returning that display for this one instead to save a few hundred bucks as the extra few inches doesnt seem that big of a deal to me.
But if this display is as washed out as the other I might as well not bother. Id appreciate opinions on this.
|02-23-2013 08:13 PM|
|02-23-2013 08:10 PM|
|02-23-2013 05:40 PM|
|jbrown7815||Paid for 2 day shipping and it says it wont get here till March 4th :ugh:|
|02-23-2013 05:37 PM|
|jbrown7815||orderd one, thanks. Makes my setup complete, 2 U2410's|
|02-23-2013 11:18 AM|
Don't do any video work, so I cannot speak to it from that POV, but the anti-glare does not bother me at all.
|02-23-2013 10:36 AM|
|mtgredline||Thanks! Ordered one. Been on the fence of switching to IPS for a long time, watched and read a lot of comparison between the TN(what I'm using now) and IPS. I know I will not be disappointed.|
|02-23-2013 07:11 AM|
|02-23-2013 01:01 AM|
The colors are "better" in terms of off-angle accuracy and resistance to head-on crush, but not in terms of contrast.
The best IPS screens had polarizers to reduce IPS glow. Unfortunately, no one has making those anymore.
Some people dislike the strong "crystalline" matte coating of some IPS panels, so for them the colors are not better on such screens:
Others dislike the effect of glare on glossy or semi-gloss panels, so for them the colors are not better on such screens.
|02-23-2013 12:52 AM|
The LED hype is only starting to become more credible now that GB-LED can produce wide-gamut with lower cost than RGB-LED and that PWM-free options are mainstream.
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