I see, well... my curiosity has killed me and I ordered another (from Amazon this time), so I will have it delivered tomorrow.m4gg0t wrote:The difference in brightness between the top and bottom of the monitor is the same for me. It's a TN thing, I have the same on my PG278Q that is back home. It doesn't really bother me much.
The interlaced pattern is a lot better on this replacement monitor compared to the first one I received, I have to look really hard to see it and sometimes see it on certain colors in game. Again, my PG278Q has these, though very hard to notice due the the 1440p resolutions which makes it harder to spot.
I am happy with the monitor, but I am going to see which panel is better and keep it.
There's always that chance I will get a flawless panel...
I feel kinda bad doing it, but I'm sure ebuyer and amazon are rich enough to take a hit, I just wish a manufacturer would come along and sort these small issues. BLB on TN shouldn't really be a thing, I've read that people have fixed theirs by using electrical tape to block the light around the bezel. I've also heard of BLB improving over time, it seems areas that have had higher pressure applied bleed more, and over time with heat and time the BLB reduces.