However, if you change those setting manually it will prompt you and tell you that in doing so, the DCR function will be disabled. The height adjustment range is very good. The viewing angles are far superior when compared to the average TN panel monitor. In this mode I was making further adjustments at the hardware level during the process by changing the RGB channels, which was not possible when profiling the ‘standard’ mode. The images above are the best case examples from the UHM with the overdrive OD function disabled and then enabled.

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I got this monitor to help make photo editing a little less of an eyestrain since my only computer is a laptop.

Even so, I found that this did not substantially affect my enjoyment. It doesn’t have any severe ghosting but the blur is certainly more obvious.

: Dell UltraSharp UHM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – – 8 ms: Computers & Accessories

The monitor can be adjusted for optimal height, and its Once everything is done, you will be provided with a Unique Dell Order Number to write down. This is delk to regular 8-bit IPS matrices, but this is a measure taken to achieve a lower price point for these modern lower-cost displays. Meet the latest environmental dll Adjust for optimum height Maximize your viewing experience by adjusting the UHM to your desired height with its improved height adjustment range of mm 5.


There’s a problem loading this menu right now. IPS panels blow TN panels out of the water.

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Now to some of the negatives points of the Dell UHM. As you can see, there is a minimal deviance between the supposed colour temp mode and that actually recorded at the cooler settings. I have since purchased a fourth. Laptop Panel Parts Database. Valid until 31st October The screen was tested using the chase test in PixPerAn, a good bit of software for trying to quantify differences in real terms responsiveness between monitors.

Dell UltraSharp UHM, 23” Monitor Review – Page 3

I just want to write this review for people who wants to register this monitor with Dell so that it will be covered by Dell 3 years dead pixel warranty. For further information and tests of a high end professional grade screen with hardware LUT calibration, you may want to have a read of our NEC SpectraView Reference review.

I n fact it would be then tending towards infinity: The movement is smooth although a little stiffer when tilting downwards than it is upwards.

Lose yourself in the details: It’s worth the money if you need the gaming speed It’s worth the money if you need the gaming speed by Lori Grunin. It is quite similar to the older UH model although there is a darker overshoot artefact on the new model whereas the older UH showed a pale overshoot instead. This preset does not allow you to adjust the individual RGB channels so the only hardware adjustments I would be making potentially are to the brightness and contrast levels.


It’s good to see the full range of adjustments available and all are reasonably easy to use, offering a decent range of adjustments and an overall sturdy feel. Lowest luminance setting is still quite high, may not be suitable for those in darker environments or who want a darker screen.

We have plotted the luminance trend on the graph above. On the face of the Dell UHM, there are actual OSD buttons on the bottom right corner of the screen, which is a design choice I always find u22312.

Dell UltraSharp U2312HM

The screen is VESA mm compatible. Very good pixel responsiveness for gaming. The drivers and utility software are also included. The Dell UHM comes with a standard, multimedia, movie, game, text, colour temperature and custom colour settings.

I was of two minds when it came down to reviewing the Dell UHM. However, in practice you are never going to be able to see a DCR range like that.

You can access the monitors factory menu as well but be careful not to change anything without knowing what you’ve done or how to change it back.