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Old Mar 27, 2013, 03:39 PM   #1
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Dell UltraSharp U2713HM SALE:$550USD

Not sure how long this will last, but great deal!!

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Old Mar 27, 2013, 04:03 PM   #2
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That is a good price, unfortunately they changed to an LED back light. These LCDs only cover about 80% of the Adobe RGB color space.

If you aren't doing color critical work it is a very good monitor at a good price.
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I think the depth of the blacks is quite poor when you compare to a good NEC or Eizo screen.
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That is a good price, unfortunately they changed to an LED back light. These LCDs only cover about 80% of the Adobe RGB color space.

If you aren't doing color critical work it is a very good monitor at a good price.
It is perfect for an sRGB workflow and yes it is suited for critical world as 95% of colour critical work perfectly can be done with sRGB, BUT there is as well a AdobeRGB version of the screen, the U2713H (without M), still using a LED backlight. The H has 30bit colour, 3D lut and is a really serious display, but also like 1000 bucks, so much pricier.
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Will the NVIDIA GT120 video card in my 4.1 Mac Pro drive this monitor?
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It is perfect for an sRGB workflow and yes it is suited for critical world as 95% of colour critical work perfectly can be done with sRGB, BUT there is as well a AdobeRGB version of the screen, the U2713H (without M), still using a LED backlight. The H has 30bit colour, 3D lut and is a really serious display, but also like 1000 bucks, so much pricier.
How do you get 30 bit colour out of a Mac?
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