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my 27Q led-p arrived today, everything is ok
no stuck or dead pixels
but i have brightness flickering issue

Damn that's unlucky with the flickering issue. Which buyer did you buy it from?
    
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My issue wasn't quite the same. I could trigger the issue with lowering the brightness, and at the higher levels it disappeared entirely. It was as described above, just the backlight looking like it decreased/increased rapidly over and over again in a noticeable fashion.
post #1343 of 6483

I love my Crossover 27q :-D It's amazing!

post #1344 of 6483
Just turned on my 27Q for the first time. Initial impressions:

  • No dead pixels that I've found yet, but I haven't run an extensive check. There was some dust on the screen at first, but a microfiber cloth easily brushed it off.
  • Haven't noticed any flickering. Not sure how to test for this exactly, I just sat on Google and looked at the screen, brightness didn't seem to shift.
  • Whites may be slightly uneven across the monitor. Could just be my eyes but there seem to be a *slightly* yellower vertical band near the center of the monitor, but it really isn't very noticeable.
  • 1920x1080 works fine using GPU scaling.
  • Nvidia control panel says it supports HDCP.
  • Back light bleed is most noticeable in the bottom right, where the power light is. Might be able to eliminate that by disconnecting the power LED, but it's really not a deal breaker by any means.

This thing is pretty beautiful overall. Time to test some games on it..
Edited by TarballX - 6/25/12 at 4:57pm
post #1345 of 6483
To test for the flickering, just go on a bright white webpage (google works well, yes) and play with the brightness. Observe if the backlight seems to 'shimmer' at the lower settings or not.

Finally, was it a PP model or not?

And yeah, with these monitors, getting a perfectly uniform panel is probably going to be a hard bet. It won't be one of the things they check for.
post #1346 of 6483
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To test for the flickering, just go on a bright white webpage (google works well, yes) and play with the brightness. Observe if the backlight seems to 'shimmer' at the lower settings or not.
Finally, was it a PP model or not?
And yeah, with these monitors, getting a perfectly uniform panel is probably going to be a hard bet. It won't be one of the things they check for.
I really don't see any shimmering or anything, but I'll post if I do start seeing it.
No, it wasn't a perfect pixel model.
post #1347 of 6483
Ive been considering this for a while, is anyone thinking new LCD panels will be out soon that make these obsolete?

466

With new HP, Dell and Apple screens, there are sure to be new Korean ones too..

3840 x 2160 in 2013
4096 x 2304 in 2014
4800 x 2700 in 2015
post #1348 of 6483
Not sure how fast the "Korean" ones would be out though. If you think about it, the ACD and Dell U2711H was released last year AFAIK, this means even if they release 4k resolutions in mainstream monitors (Dell, HP, Apple etc) it would be at least another year I reckon for there to be "Korean monitors".
    
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Not sure how fast the "Korean" ones would be out though. If you think about it, the ACD and Dell U2711H was released last year AFAIK, this means even if they release 4k resolutions in mainstream monitors (Dell, HP, Apple etc) it would be at least another year I reckon for there to be "Korean monitors".

You could be right, but they could also release really quickly if they are on top of their game...

Man a nice 30 Inch 4800 x 2700 would be sweet... tongue.gif
post #1350 of 6483
And it'll also cost a bomb for a few years.
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I really don't see any shimmering or anything, but I'll post if I do start seeing it.
No, it wasn't a perfect pixel model.

Who'd you buy it from? Very interesting...
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