Why you using this too strong Response Time Compensation on this "professional" monitor? Why can not deactivate it or reduced in OSD?
Are you tested this monitor i real usage? I think not, because it's makes strong RTC/overdrive ghosting artifacts on every bright scene. It's very distracting. Scrooling on Dell webpages is good example.
And there is some real examples:
- why is too hard make normal, non-overdriven = normally realistic blurred? emoticon.Crying.title
Is there any way to fix it?
they answer me - NO
How can I comfortably read even this site with so huge RTC overshoot?!
Dell, give us option to update firmware for this monitor through your service centers.
The monitor has four ports (DVI-D, HDMI, DP, mDP). Have you tested them all to see if the RTC is the same? Depending on port used, you can adjust the Sharpness and Dynamic Contrast in the monitor OSD.
Thanks for reply, but problem is not in inputs or picture settings (only reduce contrast to bypass shades above level 150 reduce this overshoots).
This monitor using too strong RTC at light shades! And there is no option to disable it via OSD (i try to access to service menu, and theres no RTC controls too).
I return the monitor on Monday, I'm not Dell's betatester! So I now collecting some pictures and take some videos with this RTC problem and spread it to other forums, youtube etc.
There is some next examples
move: http://www.abload.de/img/tok-motionwsjy1.jpg (really not funny!)