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sebrw2005

part of my monitor is darker than the rest of the screen

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Posted · Original PosterOP

well, yesterday, i saw like a bit darker than the rest of the screen, its only when my screen is really dark i can see it, i cant really see it when my screen is bright, how do i fix it

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Probably can't if it is an LCD display, there are lots of different defects you can do nothing about, if it is new enough maybe you can RMA.

But much more info would be nice, what monitor, what panel etc etc, maybe even a picture?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

well idk my monitor but ik its 60 hz and a 1920x1080 resolution, thats the only 1080p monitor i have left please dont tell me theres nothing i can do to fix it :/

 

Edit: I mean it's not BIG, it's really tiny, but it can distract me a lot

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9 minutes ago, sebrw2005 said:

well idk my monitor but ik its 60 hz and a 1920x1080 resolution, thats the only 1080p monitor i have left please dont tell me theres nothing i can do to fix it :/

 

Edit: I mean it's not BIG, it's really tiny, but it can distract me a lot

Then it is a cheap monitor, probably TN, so yeah. Nothing you can do if it is monitor related, just be happy you don't have this kind of defect:

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But you can try the thing @Turtle Rig suggested, maybe the problem is with your cable etc

 

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20 minutes ago, sebrw2005 said:

well, yesterday, i saw like a bit darker than the rest of the screen, its only when my screen is really dark i can see it, i cant really see it when my screen is bright, how do i fix it

Try turning off the monitor for a hour or so then connect it and see if you still get that darker botched corner.  Try a different cable, worst case try a different slot for your video card.


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But at the end of the day its a TN or VA and there's nothing you can do about it.  This is why people get IPS and what not.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Turtle Rig said:

But at the end of the day its a TN or VA and there's nothing you can do about it.  This is why people get IPS and what not.

aww man im going to get the worse gaming experience now  :(

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3 minutes ago, Turtle Rig said:

But at the end of the day its a TN or VA and there's nothing you can do about it.  This is why people get IPS and what not.

Yeah, but ips has IPS glow and other defect, end of the day LCD is just a bad monitor technology, but because it is so much lighter and thinner than previous monitors we use it.

LED monitors like MicroLED or OLED are better in that regard.(when they finally come out)

2 minutes ago, sebrw2005 said:

well i can see it on my ps4 too, so its not my graphics card

Well rip. You can try to lower your monitor's brightness, then you might notice it less.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

Yeah, but ips has IPS glow and other defect, end of the day LCD is just a bad monitor technology, but because it is so much lighter and thinner than previous monitors we use it.

LED monitors like MicroLED or OLED are better in that regard.

Well rip. You can try to lower your monitor's brightness, then you might notice it less.

i dont notice it now, thank you :D

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