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I warned people of the members who do not own this display but like to create issues where there are none, this my friends is a Golden example of this. The motherboard is not Burnin and I believe this member is VERY aware of this fact. This display is not new and those who have been around know that in a dimly lit room with an 10 ire slide the motherboard which sits behind the panel might be visible. Please do not listen to those who try and create problems where there are none
^^^People, take careful note of his disruptive logic here.

Once again, you need to simmer down. Seriously.

I'm only asking who has the problem. It sounds as if the problem (however rare it was) is gone, and I wanted verification of that, because it was a problem once.
Note, he does not own this display and he is completely making claims that are not true. There is no such thing as motherboard burnin, it is exactly what I described and only an issue if you stare at 10 ire slides in dimly lit rooms..

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I wonder what's going on at the physics level to cause that. Heat by itself seems like a weird culprit for OLED.
It is a mystery
Part of me thinks it's a reaction to some type of "strain" from the contact of the motherboard, possibly could explain the same effect that the sides of my panel have, the curve of the tv contacts the oled on the sides(my sides are slightly darker too)
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Note, he does not own this display and he is completely making claims that are not true. There is no such thing as motherboard burnin, it is alxactly what I described and only an issue if you stare at 10 ire slides in dimly lit rooms..
Now you're making things up. Please stop.

I indicated that perhaps calling it IR was better in that original post.

And if it's something that is always there, and cannot go away on its own, then YOU come up with a sensible term for it. If it makes sense, I'll be glad to go with that instead. If not "Image Retention" or "Burn In", then what?

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It is a mystery
Part of me thinks it's a reaction to some type of "strain" from the contact of the motherboard, possibly could explain the same effect that the sides of my panel have, the curve of the tv contacts the oled on the sides(my sides are slightly darker too)
Idk
Yeah, it's interesting. The 9300 never had it AFAIK. And I don't see recent complaints about it on the 9800, so it'll be good to know if there's a point in time when that went away.

You mean the darkness on the far right and the upper right corner?

Was there any time you had the display where it never showed up? Like right in the very very beginning perhaps?

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