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Pros: Very good looking monitor, good price.
My first IPS, very good colors
My first 1440P, very sharp
No dead/stuck pixels
Cons: Stand is not the best, it's better then some cheap monitors. If you don't have a solid desk, consider different monitors.
Out of the box it was extremely bright, I knocked it down to 70%
Other Thoughts: I had a 25.5" monitor, there was really no difference noticeable as far as view-able area.
Contrary to a few previous posts, this monitor did not overclock at all, I had dropped frames with HDMI/DVI/Displayport at 63Hz. Tested using testufo and a camera, guessing others are getting dropped frames and they didn't take pictures, just saw green "valid"... or I could have just gotten one that didn't overclock.
The first thing I noticed was a few weird lights at the bottom of my screen, I thought it was "backlight" bleed and had to ponder it for 10min. Turns out that for some reason this screen is much more reflective then any other I've used and it was my LED keyboard reflecting, I toned them down and it's all good.
Not really any noticeable backlight bleed to me, black screen with lights off (maybe slight). I use the monitor with the lights on all the time though, so either way it's fine.
I'm disappointed that it didn't overclock at all, but not really the reason I bought it, and it would end up stressing my video card more then needed anyway.
Pros: Works fine stock XMP - Also overclocked. Blue LED pulses
Cons: There's a blue led, if you don't like it, there are other colors.
Other Thoughts: Overclocked to 2719Mhz 1.2V 16-16-16-36 (just kinda what I happened to do 26.66Mult x 102BLK, didn't push it any further)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Works good stock XMP - Overclocked very good (results WILL vary).
Cons: no cons
Other Thoughts: I got this memory to 2000Mhz 1.45V 9-9-9-27-2T. (it fails at 2133 1.5v 11-37)READ FULL REVIEW