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post #461 of 624 Old 05-11-2012, 12:18 AM
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Has anyone else checked the "Manufacture Date" on a program like Everest Home.......Mine says week 7, 2009..... any thoughts on that ?

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Also, looks like GreenSum's not including a DVI cable or power adaptor. He has a Perfect Pixel version of the original PCBank for $320 at the moment and the Perfect Pixel Super version for $343. For the latter, I'll probably go with another seller.
Green-sum does include adapter and DVI cable, they are part of the retail package.
He also seems to be the most versed in English smile.gif of all sellers.

Btw, it seems that PCBank has better electronics of all Korean brands. In particular, all the rest have specific problem with difference in brightness between left and right halves of the screen. PCBank seems to be not affected. This is just preliminary information, not confirmed.
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Green-sum does include adapter and DVI cable, they are part of the retail package.
He also seems to be the most versed in English smile.gif of all sellers.
Btw, it seems that PCBank has better electronics of all Korean brands. In particular, all the rest have specific problem with difference in brightness between left and right halves of the screen. PCBank seems to be not affected.
How's his packaging?

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I have not received my PCBank yet.
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How's his packaging?

Nothing special. Just the box came to me. I didn't have any dents in the box, though.

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Nothing special. Just the box came to me. I didn't have any dents in the box, though.
no double box? frown.gif

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Do both, the owners of the regular version and the Super version PCBank monitors, have issues with long monitor boot that causes full or partial inability to see computer BIOS load? Is it only from cold boot of the computer or a restart would do the same? Does it help to turn the monitor off and on and then boot the computer? If someone could test, please, I'd be very grateful. I have very fast booting BIOS which I tweak periodically.
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I got my non-super in today from Green-Sum, and I'll confirm on the shipping - No extra packaging or even a brown wrapping like clothcraft apparently does (?). The box was damaged on the side, but other than that, there was no damage to the monitor itself.

Edit: Oh, and aside from the lengthy time I had trying to get it to the right resolution, there's no apparent problems with it. Every pixel is alive and kicking.
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Guys please post some pics smile.gif

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I've been able to isolate the artifacting shown below to my PCBANK monitor (non-Super, bought from green-sum). I've used the same port on my Sapphire 7970 with the same cable. It does not happen on my other monitor. The good news is that I've never seen this happen once the OS is loaded, but everyone needs to know. I'm open to suggestions as well.

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