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    PG278Q Colors fading at bottom of screen

    Hello,

    I've just bought the ASUS PG278Q and I have no dead pixels or backlight bleeding. The problem I have is if I move an image from top to bottom of the screen without moving my head, the colors fade when it goes below the center of the monitor vertically. It's like the brightness is too high at the bottom of the screen. I've wrote to ASUS about it still waiting for reply. Can anyone confirm if this is normal or not? The most noticeable is with a red image. The color just fades and turns to very pale red border line orange.

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    Definitely not normal.... Colour should be fairly consistent over the entire screen - it is on mine.

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    Sure look at the "insport" logo at the top and bottom also tomshardware red bar turns orange.



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    This is perfectly normal for a TN panel, unfortunately. Very narrow vertical viewing angles.

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