Not too bad. Input lag is less than 1 frame, and response time is OK. If you plan to use 1920x1080 mode on less performant games or consoles, note that it isn't pixel doubled, it's filtered.anyone have the P2715Q? how is it for gaming?
Actually, sub-pixel antialiasing can give a native 1080p resolution an arguable 3x the horizontal resolution of a pixel-doubled version, where the trick won't work. This will only affect desktop text, though.Theoretically, an 1080p image displayed on a 4k display should look identical to an 1080p image on a 1080p display of the same size, as you can perfectly 'pixel double' the image on the 4k (a block of 4 pixels would display the exact same color).
I think you'll see that on most edge-lit monitors to an extent. I have it a little bit on mine, but it's not as bad as on some other monitors I've tried (the HP zr2740w, particularly). It depends on how the backlight diffuser is implemented.
When the new one comes, take the better of the two, but if that's your only problem, you're pretty lucky.
Do any of the recent P2715Q owners still experience yellow tinting issues?
I bought a P2715Q rev A01 last week, but the picture quality was disappointing. There were two vertical yellow stains on the screen, and the bottom part gets darker/greener. Its not easily detectible when viewing photos or videos, but you can see it straight away on lighter backgrounds. After some searching online it appeared to be a common issue. Thats why I immediately returned it within the no questions asked return period. Both the 8 year old 2007WFP and 2407WFP here at home dont show any clearly visible uniformities issues to me (or any other monitor Ive worked with for that matter), so I dont think Im being unreasonable.
The image below is a picture of the monitor. Is yours better? Would Dell say this is within spec?
Yellow spot versus "normal":
If the more recent versions (A02/A03) dont have these issues, Id like to try again. If not, Ill have to search for another monitor.