Confused about dead pixels?

  Spook Tooth 12:54 19 Mar 2003

Tom's hardware might enlighten you, though it is clear not all manufacturers interpret the problem of malfunctioning LCD pixels the same way:

click here

  « Ravin » 17:53 19 Mar 2003

very interesting read..thanks spook

  Spook Tooth 18:22 19 Mar 2003

No worries.

  bvw in bristol 18:56 19 Mar 2003

Thanks Spook, very helpful link. Looking to purchase an LCD in the coming months and this will have some bearing on my choice.

  Djohn 19:30 19 Mar 2003

Thanks for the link, by the way, did you get your memory? J.

  Spook Tooth 20:04 19 Mar 2003

No probs boys - hope you find something that meets your needs, bvw in bristol.

Djohn - I did, it arrived super quick too and is now installed. How's things running with your computer? Did you notice much of a performance gain with your own PC, and hows that new monitor? Would you recommend it?

regard, Spook

  Djohn 00:44 20 Mar 2003

Didn't notice at first, as I already had 512m, and I changed to XP more or less at the same time as installing the extra 512m. But have realised over the past week that I can have quite a few programs open and do other things at the same time. Don't think I've placed any stress on it yet!

The monitor is terrific thank you, and I would recommend it to anyone, Very happy at the mo. J.

  Spook Tooth 10:13 20 Mar 2003

Power to your PC, Djohn - glad the monitor worked out all right for you.

Battlefield 1942 retails for just £20 by the way, it would run very nicely on your 'puter I think...!

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