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    MotherboardAsus ROG Crosshair Hero VIII X570
    ProcessorAMD Ryzen 5800X PBO
    Memory (part number)Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB - 32GB - 3600MHz *4x8GB*
    Graphics Card #1MSI RTX 2080 Ti Lightning Z 11GB @ 2000/7500
    Graphics Card #3Corsair Commander Pro
    Graphics Card #4Corsair RGB Fan LED Hub x 2
    MonitorLG 34GN850-B Nano IPS Ultrawide 3440x1440 160Hz
    Storage #1WD Black SN750 1TB + WD Heatsink
    Storage #2Western Digital Caviar Black 6TB + 6TB
    CPU CoolerCorsair H115i + 2 x Corsair HDRGB 140mm Fans
    CaseCorsair 680 X - Black + 6 x Corsair HDRGB 120/140mm Fans
    Power SupplyCorsair RMi 1000w + Black Cablemod Kit
    Keyboard Razer Huntsman Mini
    Mouse Razer Deathadder V2
    Headset Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro 250Ohm + Fiio K5 Pro
    Mouse Pad Razer Gigantus V2 XXL
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    Aug 2011

    Do Not Buy Asus Monitors

    Every Asus monitor I've bought within the past year weather it's for work, As a present for someone or for myself has either arrived with dead pixels or developed them mere days after purchase, Why is this ?

    My list so far -

    Asus PB278Q - 6 dead pixels.

    Asus PB287Q - 11 dead pixels *Current Monitor*

    Asus VX279Q - 3 dead pixels, The first one had 5 dead pixels.

    Asus PG278Q - I went through 4 of these all with dead pixels and stuck pixels and ended up getting a refund in the end.

    Asus VX24AH -
    3 dead pixels

    These were all bought from different stores.

    Why are your facilities using sub standard panels ? It's the only explanation I can come up with as I have a Samsung 4K panel in work that doesn't have dead pixels, A dell Ultrasharp that I've had for 3 years with no dead or stuck pixels and a BenQ 144Hz that I bought for my brother with no dead pixels either.

    Your quality control on your monitors is beyond sub par, Sort it out.
    Last edited by Dicehunter; 06-01-2015 at 04:13 AM.

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    Feb 2015

    I've used 2 Swifts 1 from october and 1 from december, both 0 dead pixels, except for minor bleed on bottom. You must be insanely unlucky to get 11 dead pixels, omg. That is imo unacceptable. I wouldn't even want 1 dead pixel, nill nada zero.

    Asus has a upcoming PG279Q, same as Swift, G-Sync 144Hz 1440p but IPS. We'l see more tomorrow at Computex.

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