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    top part of screen on pg279q is slightly darker than the rest of screen? (luminance u

    I have a pg279q and I've noticed that on white backrounds/webpages, the top 1/3 of the screen will be slightly dimmer than the rest of the screen? Is this an issue with the monitor? I got a refurb from Newegg.

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    Hi Cosmicboxer,

    can you provide a screenshot of some kind, so people can see your issue?
    This will help sorting out things.

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    "The screen was darker along the top edge for some reason, where luminance dropped down by 29% to 93 cd/m2 in the most extreme cases." http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/...htm#uniformity

    EDIT: I am pretty sure they use 120 cd/m2 for calibration at tftcentral, so a drop to 93 and you would notice the difference.
    Last edited by Chris99; 02-16-2018 at 06:53 PM.

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