Summary: My PC runs three monitors from two 1 GB video cards. I had planned to make the LG my forth monitor (two monitors on each card) by connecting its HDMI port to my PC's HDMI port. All four monitors booted, but after about 15 minutes the LG would enter a power savings mode and never recover. This did not happen when the LG and PC are connected via DVI ports.
Summary: I was in the market for an IPS monitor, so I checked the LG website, and started reading about the IPS235V-BN. The published specs said it had a one year warranty, but I couldn't find the warranty terms anywhere on the website. So, I tried posting a "ask and answer" question to find out what their policy was concerning defective pixels. They never answered my question -- instead, I got an email saying my question was rejected!
Summary: Thoroughly disappointed with this screen. I "upgraded" from a 3 year old TN panel LG monitor. The negatives far outweigh the positives for me - 1. Bluish tint on the right edge (visible on a white background, eg: viewing webpages) 2. Back light bleed on the top edge. On a dark screen, eg: watching a movie, you can see what looks like 3 spotlights on the top edge. The leftmost one is bright and distracting. 3.