What is your pixel policy for the Asus C90 and MSI M-Series notebook displays?
Below is an explanation of the pixel policy for the Asus C90 model notebook display.
|FAULT TYPE||MAX PIXELS*|
|Type 1: Always-on pixel, also called a bright, hot or stuck pixel.||3|
|Type 2: Always-off pixel, also called a dark or dead pixel.||5|
|Type 3: One or more pixels of either Type 1 or 2.||8|
|Type 4: Adjacent faulty pixels of either Type 1 or 2.||2|
|Type 5: Number of faulty pixels of any type in a 5 x 5 pixels square.||3|
Below is an explanation of the pixel policy for the MSI M12, M15 and M17 models notebook displays.
|FAULT TYPE||MODEL||MAX PIXELS*|
|Any Type: Number of faulty pixels of any type.||M12||4|
|Any Type: Number of faulty pixels of any type.||M15||6|
|Any Type: Number of faulty pixels of any type.||M17||6|
If after working to correct faults it is determined by a support technician that your notebook display exceeds the max pixels for a pixel fault type, and your warranty period has not ended, an RMA request may be submitted.