View Full Version : Asus rog g752vs backlight bleed or IPS glow?

10-19-2016, 06:56 AM
Hi everyone. Ive bought today brand new ROG. And I think there is a defect on screen, but I cant figure out am I dealing with backlight bleed or IPS Glow. When I work in dark room, on black screen with high brigtness settings - some really annoying spots with yellowish color is clearly noticable. The reason I cant determine is that when I change greatly the angle of view, these spots change intensity and size. When I look straight on screen, mosly annoying are bottom and right bottom corner places.

Ive made a video to get more clear picture https://youtu.be/CLLVK4b7U38

And photoes with different angles. Camera captures little light changes, and in reality it is not that bad, video is more accurate.


10-19-2016, 07:12 AM

There is always some light bleed in IPS panels. If its abnormally high you can get it checked at the nearest service centre.

10-19-2016, 10:40 AM
Thanks ROGIndia.

The problem is that nearest center is too far away, I've bought it in another country and should send it for an undefined period of time. I can, but I need few opinions.

10-19-2016, 03:14 PM
Ive brought it to my seller. We opened one G752 they had, and i saw the same problem but in other places, maybe slighty more. They said that I have 2 options: we send laptop to service and they change screen , but no guarantee they fix this, or try something to do with a pressure on screen.

So, one more question - Is this somehow connected?


If so, can someone advice where I can find manual how to open the display casing. Maybe I can untight it to lower pressure on screen?

10-21-2016, 12:18 PM
What model is yours?...i just ordered the g752vs-ba177t model...it says is 120hz and led backlit...I'm curious if i'll be having the same back light bleed also...

10-22-2016, 12:48 AM
It's 75hz GC063D.

Well I've decided to get use to it. It's hard to watch movies though. If I find some guide how to open properly, I think I'll try to make less pressure on screen.

10-29-2016, 05:44 PM
I see...i wonder if that model...g752vs-ba177t...is only related to Romania...i do see models with the exact specs but slightly different concerning the display...in general i mean...why is ba177t having 120hz is beyound me....and to think i bought it right on time when they had the nomad v2 backpack for free..

I have 2 such light bleed but they are not that bad as you're showing in the photos...they are in the down corners of the display...i dimmed the light to about 50-60% and they are not even recognizable...

03-23-2017, 09:57 PM
As I started up my Brand New ASUS ROG G752VS-XS74K OC Edition system for the first time, I noticed there is really bad bleeding from the display at the bottom...and the worse of it is the bottom corners (left and right...right being even worse).

Thus I am reporting it does appear the problem with the display/screen bleed is a common one with this model.

Also supported by the reviews found on Amazon and other review sites...as well as other threads here in the ASUS ROG Forums.

Unfortunate indeed.

03-26-2017, 02:17 AM
Here is an image from my Amazon review.


My previous model. Same issue. I have had a total of about 4 or 5 with the same issue. Sad...



03-27-2017, 04:54 AM
Yes, the screens are a weakness on ROG laptops. RMA it.

03-27-2017, 03:35 PM
Here are some of my Excessive Bleed Images...

03-27-2017, 05:41 PM
Hmm sure glad my G752 VY doesn't have this issue. looks to me like its actually a problem of the lid parts not fitting correctly like its tight and loose in different spots? Per haps a design problem or installation problem. We had some of those issue with the G75 and G750 seems most were loose bezels and cleared up after resetting The bezel?