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Sudden lost of color gamma - "discoloration"

Experienced problems from the second day (owning it less than 2 months), like stuck pixels, which later disappeared on their own after a couple of weeks, and the main problem of sudden discoloration which manifested once 7 weeks ago, but now it's so strong that i'm going to return the monitor. Discoloration or sudden sponteneous switching to 256-color like gamma (despite that display properties show 32bits albeit with a row of tiled colors instead of smooth spectrum) occurs after a certain interval after power on and strongly correlates with the time off - the longer the monitor rests the longer it works properly. And IT IS monitor problem because i have second one at hand which works OK. BTW, same s... happened when the cable was disconnected...

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