Anyone finding this thread ...
Another u2413 (about poor reviews and performance) thread is here:
@Tesla1856 : don't forget to U3014 - same crappy overdrive: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u3014.htm
Maybe for their incapable engineers/programmers is very hard make option like this:
- For example Samsung uses this option on each monitor with overdrive! Overdrive is good only for "benchmarking" responsiveness times... For human eyes is better classic pixel transitions (typical blur).
- Dell is exact opposite, all overdriven monitors have no option to disable this sh*t. Really incomprehensible! emoticon.No.title
Maybe for their incapable engineers/programmers is very hard make option like this
In all seriousness, why though? If customers are complaining about this, why can't Dell include this as an option? I only hear they won't. But not why they wont. No one wants the brightness at 100% or the contrast at 100% -- these are user options to adjust according to user needs, so why can't this be an option to adjust as well? How many returns / lost sales will it take to make it an option?
No, there will not be firmware to change this design.