New Dell U2414H: Quiet as a mouse but. . .

They make noise, too.

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New Dell U2414H: Quiet as a mouse but. . .

Post by IdontexistM8 » Mon Jul 13, 2015 5:28 am

There's a degree of backlight bleed above and beyond any IPS glow and I'm very much in two minds about it.

I initially took photos in darkened room during daytime at 25% brightness 65% contrast (the settings I found comfortable for my eyes in normal lighting) with sRGB, then at 38%/75%. As the difference was negligible I've only linked to a shot of the latter. http://imgur.com/3slaT4O

What do you guys think about the severity? I'm aware it's a total lottery and don't really want to get into a monitor return merry-go-round if possible.

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Re: New Dell U2414H: Quiet as a mouse but. . .

Post by IdontexistM8 » Mon Jul 13, 2015 3:59 pm

Stuck pixel found this evening, http://imgur.com/jUDTHH6 so that equals an instant return back to Amazon.

Now considering the Iiyama Prolite XB2483HSU with its AMVA+ panel. No idea whether Iiyamas are generally buzz free, any reports?

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