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Feel free to add any of the pictures I've taken - internal and external - to the original posts, if it will help with getting more information.
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Don't own, but thinking about getting one to supplement my Catleap. Maybe link the pics/post of the broken/then not broken "not quite vertical" pivot fix.

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Some things you might want to consider adding to the OP:

adeptus's informatoin on the power brick from the seller

akg102's info on the power brick aswell

MrSpoon's pictures of the internals

Your pictures!

Geglamash's setup

Geglamash's pictures

& let me reiterate what I said about the poll.. It's too tough, I think people are putting monitors they absolutely love in the "bad pixels" category because they have 1 stuck or dead pixel that they have to strain to even find and it doesn't bother them at all. Like me.
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& let me reiterate what I said about the poll.. It's too tough, I think people are putting monitors they absolutely love in the "bad pixels" category because they have 1 stuck or dead pixel that they have to strain to even find and it doesn't bother them at all. Like me.

But they should still be put in the bad pixel category, even if it's just one. Or make another choice for "1 bad pixel". They still aren't "perfect" monitors.
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Just ordered a crossover LED-P from dream seller. Can't wait to get it.
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I'm thinking about purchasing one of these monitors but I have a few questions, maybe some of you can help me out smile.gif

1. The 27Q model here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/320865513557 is the stand just like in Jagz's picture (black with white trim) or is it completely white?

2. Can these ones still overclock the refresh rate?

I thought about getting the one with pivot but the fixed stand version looks nicer to me and I never really use tilt/pivot on my current monitor anyway.

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I'm thinking about purchasing one of these monitors but I have a few questions, maybe some of you can help me out smile.gif
1. The 27Q model here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/320865513557 is the stand just like in Jagz's picture (black with white trim) or is it completely white?
2. Can these ones still overclock the refresh rate?
I thought about getting the one with pivot but the fixed stand version looks nicer to me and I never really use tilt/pivot on my current monitor anyway.
Thanks.

1. That stand is black with a white trim.
2. I don't think we have enough people with CrossOvers to have a definitive answer, however it's highly unlikely these can go above 60-65Hz.

The LED-P stand is very sturdy, most similar to a dell. I needed height adjustment, but if you know you don't, say a couple bucks and get the more basic stand.
post #18 of 6483
These monitors are great value nonetheless even if I can't overclock them but I thought I'd ask the question anyway. That's good to hear about the stand, I actually have a Dell monitor myself (U2311H) so I definitely know what you mean in terms of the quality level. I'm just finding that I never use it... so yea like you say, might as well save a few bucks in my case.

Thanks for the quick reply and answers.
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So about the power brick, did anyone buy a replacement brick for USA standards? If so which one link please. Mines seems to be running fine using the 230v brick that came with it but i would rather be safe.
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So about the power brick, did anyone buy a replacement brick for USA standards? If so which one link please. Mines seems to be running fine using the 230v brick that came with it but i would rather be safe.

Yep, I bought a replacement brick.
This is the one I bought, as its been verified to work by other members with similar monitors.
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