I'm coming from a 6700K + 1080, I want to go super 8700K + 1080ti with this built
Looking for advice :)
The idea is to build an uber high-end PC that can be carried in a laptop sidebag.
On Dell I don't have flicker or PWM, but it is a rare A.02 revision...
Sorry to hear you had to return yours though.... Really sad to hear something like that happened. Maybe you have a chance of using something like a good 31" 4K monitor though?
Of coruse we had :eek:
Because I act like a narcissistic kid about this thing :oops:
Maybe I wanted to have an argument about it actually
As for coming back on those monitors, let's be honest, they will have some flaws (tjhe 43" ones) for a while top come. But does it really matter? Anime on...
Another pseudo-science site that is far from the truth, Well then.
1. The sun is not blue by any means. It is white AF. Yellowish even. NOT BLUE.
2. The reason why the sky looks blue is very complex and it has way more to do with how the light is filtered by the upper layers of the...
Ah, I see. There is free software that can do that much better. Dell has a strong soft to support that, but Fck it , I'm using everything fullscreen. Loving it. As for your issue, try to look for youtube reviews for it, somebody mentions an amazing software for doing just what you're trying to .
Dell P4317Q does not have PWM at max brightness actually - and this works well enough for me.
Welp , you dont' seem to necessarily contradict me actually. I just don't think that current display tech is dangerous. I don't know much about the sleep cycle and all, but I sleep fairly well (?)
I'm on Rev A.02 - maybe you had A0 or A01
Colors are really good by this revision actually. The PWM is gone, and believe me, I'd feel it if it were here, I can see PWM on anything that has it, including light bulbs that have it - in Romania there are a few in stores and I can always see them...
You see blue light from anything that has blue color - what degrades your eyes the most is books.
It is purely silly to even think that you can stop that by stopping the blue color from your screen. I would be far more afraid of what it can do to your mind.
NEws about the Dell P4317Q. THE BURN IN IS NOT PERMANENT.
This thing doesn't get burn-in after 10 days of usage. Not even temporary burn in... It used to get some temporary burn-in, but now it doesn't really get it anymore. Amazing!
If you set your brightness comfortably, you shouldn't notice any difference. I keep my brightness extremely high, so I always have a bit more than needed, but then again, this is the only way to live for me...
Oh, I just watched that video.
1. Flux lowers the temperature of the color.
2. That video only shows how the reflexion of the light from a pair of glasses is seen on a wooden box.
- no talking about what those glasses are, what their coating is, etc.
- no talkking about that box