Willkommen im Forum! Hier können sie über alle unsere Artikel und allgemein über Notebook relevante Dinge disuktieren. Viel Spass!

Main Menu

Asus and MSI quietly extend OLED monitor warranties with improved OLED burn-in coverage

Started by Redaktion, February 06, 2024, 19:13:22

Previous topic - Next topic


OLED gaming monitors are becoming increasingly popular, with dozens of new examples having been showcased last month at CES 2024. While WOLED and QD-OLED panels feature various technical advantages over their IPS and VA counterparts, two major gaming monitor manufacturers have now increased their respective warranties and guarantees for OLED panels, including if OLED burn-in occurs.

Mr Majestyk

No where long enough warranty on burn-in. If I'm paying $2K+ for a monitor it better damn well last at least 10 years trouble free. 3 years is a joke and a PC monitor has far more static icons etc than a TV and will be fart worse for burn-in.


My old monitor with AdobeRGB 94-95% and 7ms real response on SPVAx panel with CCFL lamps has already worked for 42400 hours (such models, similar in class, adjusted for progress in IT and dollar devaluation during this time, now cost about $1300-1400). It is already quite slow to burn up, but according to the calibrator it still produces over 300 nits of brightness, if necessary.

No OLED can even come close to it in terms of lifetime and stable сolor accuracy/color space. And these are not even LED-backlit panels, which burn out even slower than CCFL.

In order for someone to buy overpriced OLED models with disgusting calibration quality (which also quickly goes beyond the tolerances ranges), with glossy glare screens and often with resolution in color that does not correspond to what is stated in the datasheet, the prices need to drop by 3-4 times or the guarantee against burn in and for color accuracy with dE<2 (at least after hardware calibration) was at least 10 years...

Fools with money can certainly buy them, but there are fewer and fewer fools with money in terms of purchasing power to the extent that it interests the beneficiaries of technology manufacturing companies. Because the "middle class" is disappearing all over the planet.

Quick Reply

Warning: this topic has not been posted in for at least 120 days.
Unless you're sure you want to reply, please consider starting a new topic.

Please leave this box empty:

Shortcuts: ALT+S post or ALT+P preview