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December 3rd, 2023 14:32

G3223Q, yellow tint, bright spot

Received the monitor a couple of days ago. Same issues as described in other posts - yellowish tint (I had two 27 in chUltraSharp, I replaced one with the G3223Q, so it is being compared to the U2720QE next to it), blacking out during gaming (seems like G-Sync is the culprit). Also, there appears to be a screen defect (not quite a dead pixel but a larger piece of excessively bright spot visible in white background). Also, not nearly as bright as the U2720QE. Called customer service, factory reset helped a bit with the yellow tint, not the rest. The monitor has the latest firmware, M3T103, runs off RTX4090 Strix with the latest Nvidia driver, through a DisplayPort connection (cable from the G3223Q box). Dell is sending me a replacement screen (remarkably responsive customer service!), hopefully a better one. Other than that, I really want to like this screen :). I have had Dell monitors at both work and at home for as long as I can remember.

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December 6th, 2023 18:07

Just got my monitor today. Set it up and also noticed a yellow tint. I don't have an Nvidia graphics card and am just on intel integrated graphics.

January 19th, 2024 14:04

In case anyone else stumbles across this post. Eventually ended up returning the original monitor as well as the replacement. Couldn't quite get past the issues with G-Sync. Replaced with another brand which happens to use pretty much the same panel. Has more options to tweak the settings, so got it to a better state in terms of colors, hue, etc. Also had the G-Sync issues (namely, blacking out during gameplay mostly when using a DisplayPort connection). One way to work around this is to set the "Power Management Mode" in NVCP to "Prefer Maximum Performance" - I wish I came across this before returning the Dell monitors. HDMI seems to work just fine on the different band monitor (and I tested a whole bunch of different DisplayPort and HDMI cables). I do think it is a driver issue but nothing I can do on my end for this. So, for anyone reading this, in case you run into similar G-Sync issues with your Dell G3223Q especially when using DisplayPort, try changing the NVCP option before opting for returning the monitor.

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