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post #1351 of 6483
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Who'd you buy it from? Very interesting...

AccessoriesWhole. I did tell them I had read about some monitors having the flickering issue and they claimed they'd check and make sure it didn't. I guess they either did that or I got lucky.
post #1352 of 6483
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AccessoriesWhole. I did tell them I had read about some monitors having the flickering issue and they claimed they'd check and make sure it didn't. I guess they either did that or I got lucky.

Thanks for that. biggrin.gif
post #1353 of 6483
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Damn that's unlucky with the flickering issue. Which buyer did you buy it from?
ta_planet

it is not a pixel perfect

also when viewing from angels , colors seems to shift to gray or white


direct look to monitor
i didnt do anything to colors, so dont compare the colors
crossover 27q led-p on the left, dell 3007hc on the right
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post #1354 of 6483
The 3007 is wide gamut so it is showing it's inaccurate "wrong," colours. I'd like to see a picture of some people so every one can see how sun burned skin tones look on a wide gamut display.
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post #1355 of 6483
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Ive been considering this for a while, is anyone thinking new LCD panels will be out soon that make these obsolete?
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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

I wouldn't get your hopes up for these to release soon.
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Apple will at minimum have a 1 year exclusive on any IPS panel with a >1600p resolution.

Samsung may release a >2000p PLS panel earlier, but these companies are all in league (a few years go they got in trouble for price fixing) so I seriously doubt it.
Edited by MenacingTuba - 6/26/12 at 12:13am
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post #1357 of 6483
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Ive been considering this for a while, is anyone thinking new LCD panels will be out soon that make these obsolete?
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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

HP,DELL,APPLE use korean display panel for premium product esspecialy LG
i think korean monitor brand will also produce high resolution monitor with low price of the quality panel just below the
24-30" 4800x2700 fantastic resolution need more powerfull GPU for playing 3D
previously 2001 IBM has produce monitor T220/T221 with fantastic resolution 3840x2400 for 20"
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I'm not worried about upcoming resolutions higher than 1440p or 1600p because 4k resolution requires far more horsepower to push on highest details than I can afford. tongue.gif
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post #1359 of 6483
I ordered a pixel perfect 27Q from Accessories Whole and am overall very pleased with it. 3-day shipping to the southwest US!

  • Power: I only tried the included 2-pin power cable + 2-pin adapter once, and the screen had a lot of noise. I have the LOADUS power brick that lists input voltage of 190-240V. It also has an extra sticker on it that says "AC 110V IS ACCEPTABLE". It works fine with a regular 3-pin grounded computer power cable.
  • OSD: There is no OSD, only up/down buttons for the backlighting intensity.
    ScreenBright DDC/CI does not work with the monitor.
  • AMD APU: The monitor does not work with my Llano CPU (A8-3850) - only runs at 640x480. (Disappointing, since my motherboard claims support for up to 2560x1600 with a Llano APU.)
  • AMD 5750: The monitor does work with my HIS IceQ+ 1GB AMD 5750 (which is commonly listed as not supporting these 2560x1440 Korean monitors). My 5750 is happily powering both the 27Q (DL DVI) and a 1920x1200 24" display (HDMI).
  • I think I have a single dead pixel (it's just grey, not black - maybe because of the backlighting?). It's in the corner and not even noticeable unless the screen is white and I look for it. Display quality is important to me (previous monitor was an $800 24" BenQ); I paid a premium for this 27Q ($475 for pixel perfect from Accessories Whole). I am not disappointed. A single dead(ish) pixel far off-center on a very high DPI display is no bother.
  • The pixels on this display are tiny! It's hard to use in conjunction with my lower DPI BenQ, since fonts that are a nice size on the BenQ are tiny on this display.

Color Question: How do I calibrate the color? The color is rather bad - too much blue and/or green. I actually wouldn't notice it much if not for the 24" BenQ sitting right next to it - the contrast between the 2 is siginificant, and I prefer the colors on the BenQ. The AMD Vision Engine Control Center does not even have RGB sliders - just a hue slider. Moving the hue slider might fix some hues, but always leaves others messed up. I downloaded and activated TFT Central's Crossover 27Q color profile, but it didn't seem to do much.
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Dang. My old 24'' Samsung Syncmaster gave out on me, came back to overclock.net to see what you guys were drooling at lately, and much to my surprise, I stumbled upon this thread. I actually read the entire thing out of sheer curiosity. I'm really, REALLY interested in purchasing one(okay I lied, 3 of them) of the Crossover 27Qs.

My problem then? I requested a quote from Squaretrade, and here was the answer:

"We are pleased to offer coverage to residents of the these provinces: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island for purchases at eBay US, TigerDirect and CompUSA stores and websites."

aka every province or almost, minus Quebec, yet again. My question is, how comfortable would you be ordering more than one of these with a one-year warranty nobody can actually say they've used? I know AccessoriesWhole offers a 1-year warranty, but how viable would you say this model is after warranty?

I know this is a dumb question, only time will tell, but I'd like some inputs.
    
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