Question Issue with display on ASUS ROG Swift PG279Q monitor

tqm888

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So I was watching a YouTube video
View: https://youtu.be/njX2bu-_Vw4
when I noticed these pink/red square shapes on my monitors display. They kind of look like microchips and I’ve never seen them before.
View: https://imgur.com/gallery/SguwbpZ

View: https://imgur.com/gallery/Wu1VqoR

I’ve only ever seen them with this particular video when the screen is black. I tried other black screens on the display to see if they where still there but I couldn’t see them. Does anyone know what they are and if they are something I should be worried about? Thanks in advance. :)
 

tqm888

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well first of all, your monitor is bleeding like hell o_O
it should be black (or as close to black as possible)
try calibrate your brightness/contrast/gamma in windows display calibration
I think that’s IPS glow, since it disappears when I move my head around and look at screen from different angles. Although there is a little backlight bleed, it just looks worse in the photos than it does in person. But I was originally asking about those pink/red square shapes that look like microchips. Thanks for the calibration tip though. :)
 

tqm888

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It’s IPS glow. You can adjust contrast and brightness to try to minimize it, but it’s common with IPS.
Oh I was asking about those pink/red square shapes that you can see against the black background. They are more visible in the second photo.
 

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