Got my Dell XPS 15 7590 with 4K IPS screen and it's great but there are 2 things I'm concerned about:
1. The default color temperature of the screen seems too warm (reddish/yellowish) to me. I'm not sure if this is just subjective as I didn't see any posts about this yet, but maybe it's not calibrated correctly. It almost seems like there was a red overlay above the whole screen.
Anyhow, I managed to get the color temperature "under control" playing with intel graphics control and dell premier screen options and it looks pretty good now.
2. The other issue that concerns/annoys me the most, I noticed a black fading bar kind of thing about 2.5cm tall at top of the screen going down until it disappears, not sure if it's normal but I just haven't seen it yet, it's only noticable on light backgrounds but it's always there.
Please check the pictures below:
Color comparison: https://imgur.com/LU020bu
Details (also tried to capture the transparent black bar): https://imgur.com/a/hMOMfN4
I made a picture to better demonstrate the transparent black bar: https://imgur.com/a/ib3ARey
It's more subtle in real life tho but what is the cause of it?
Same, exactly the same problem. +some buttons presses weirdly, and some keyboard LED's are kinda more yellow than others lol. I guess it bugs me too much because im working with graphics alot, but man o man... when u pay 2300 euros for a premium laptop u want to get the absolute best...
Same here... just purchased a new XPS 15 7590 and I also have that red tint...
As you can see in the picture ( https://imgur.com/a/pf7fi3K ) it looks weird... next to my 3 years old XPS 15 9550 and a Samsung Screen.
Is there a “simple” way to have a “normal” colour temperature screen?
Thank you in advance
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