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yep i think it just came out. I am unable to remove the white connector it seems like its soldered on. Has anyone else had this problem? I get a green light but just a blank screen with the backlight on.

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post #4182 of 11286
is the last metal bit bent at all?

I say re-insert and glue that wire to the adjacent wire so it doesn't come loose again.
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ok i've made progress. I managed to put the white cable back in its position. Its definitely clipped in tight. Now when i test the monitor the status indicator light is stable green and the backlight is on. Could it just be that its a problem with my DVI cable?
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ok i've made progress. I managed to put the white cable back in its position. Its definitely clipped in tight. Now when i test the monitor the status indicator light is stable green and the backlight is on. Could it just be that its a problem with my DVI cable?

why did you take the monitor apart? the white connector has a clip, you need to lift that up before you pull, and yeah you should have definitely tried a better dvi cable first, now you need to make sure that the cable you pulled is firmly pushed in and even with the other cables
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Nice thread, thx for info mister matrix.

I can confirm hazro hz27wc is working @ oc too.
post #4186 of 11286
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why did you take the monitor apart? the white connector has a clip, you need to lift that up before you pull, and yeah you should have definitely tried a better dvi cable first, now you need to make sure that the cable you pulled is firmly pushed in and even with the other cables

pretty sure he was trying to take the stand off so he could either mount it or attach a new stand.


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the issues i'm having seem to be coming from the weight of the DVI cable so far no issues after adjusting it and finding a better way of holding it up.
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Anybody with the gtx 670 ftw able to boot into the bios?
post #4188 of 11286
i am almost geting one of these from ebay, i just want to be sure about one thing

is this monitor reliable? are they getting too much deffects or any kind of failure?
i read a lot about them but didnt found anything about this, just about dead pixels or frequncy overclock


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i am almost geting one of these from ebay, i just want to be sure about one thing
is this monitor reliable? are they getting too much deffects or any kind of failure?
i read a lot about them but didnt found anything about this, just about dead pixels or frequncy overclock
thanks

Your odds of getting a perfect monitor are actually better than you'd think. The main issues people are getting are dead pixels and backlight bleed/fading. The driver/no start issues are mainly with AMD cards.
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Anyone having major pixel issue? Just I know what it is but never actually had one. Really tempted to spend the extra 60 for a perfect one since shipping it back for it would be a pain!
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