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My crossover from bigclothcraft came with a welltronics 110v-240v adapter, but man it runs really hot. So hot I'm actually started to get worried about it failing, my buddy with the same monitor and adapter runs just as hot. It's only rated for 5amps, and I think this monitor is just really inefficient and is pushing the adapter past it's rated limit. But all the other adapters I've seen for sale are also rated at 5a. I just hope it has a fuse or some protection circuitry, so when it fails it doesn't take my monitor with it.
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I have the same PSU for my Catleap Q270 at the office and while it's warm to the touch, it certainly is not hot ( i actually have it on the desk and not sitting on carpet). I also have the Crossover 2720MDP at home, I'll check that when I get back.

Edit: Got home and the PSU on the crossover is actually cool to the touch as the PC is in sleep mode and the Mon is off. Now it's 30 mins later and the PSU is just warm like the one at the office ( I also have this on the desk rather than floor).
Edited by Wiz33 - 6/29/12 at 8:54pm
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post #1393 of 6485
Went ahead and pulled the trigger on the 2720MDP from red-cap. Can't wait for it to arrive!
post #1394 of 6485
does anyone know if dream-seller has the adapter included? if so ima just go with him.....
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My crossover from bigclothcraft came with a welltronics 110v-240v adapter, but man it runs really hot. So hot I'm actually started to get worried about it failing, my buddy with the same monitor and adapter runs just as hot. It's only rated for 5amps, and I think this monitor is just really inefficient and is pushing the adapter past it's rated limit. But all the other adapters I've seen for sale are also rated at 5a. I just hope it has a fuse or some protection circuitry, so when it fails it doesn't take my monitor with it.

How fast and what is the custom fee from this seller "bigclothcraft"?
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does anyone know if dream-seller has the adapter included? if so ima just go with him.....

I'm looking into this as well. I assume 110v-240v is fine to use in US/Canada? I'm not that expert at electrical specifications. I'm just an artist... redface.gif

"green-sum" seller is also selling the Crossover 27Q privot. So... who is the recommended seller so far?
post #1396 of 6485
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How fast and what is the custom fee from this seller "bigclothcraft"?
Well I got unlucky when I ordered, and there were two korean holidays that delayed BCC from shipping, then the other delayed the actual shipment. Still was less than a week though. I never paid any customs fees either, and being that the monitor is coming from south korean you technically don't have to pay any customs fees.
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I have the same PSU for my Catleap Q270 at the office and while it's warm to the touch, it certainly is not hot ( i actually have it on the desk and not sitting on carpet). I also have the Crossover 2720MDP at home, I'll check that when I get back.
Edit: Got home and the PSU on the crossover is actually cool to the touch as the PC is in sleep mode and the Mon is off. Now it's 30 mins later and the PSU is just warm like the one at the office ( I also have this on the desk rather than floor).

I think what your calling warm, is what I'm calling hot. It takes several hours of constant operation for it fully heat up. While no it's not "hot" to the touch, it's a bit warmer than it should be at normal operation. Also my ambient temps are fairly low, around 21c. Obviously when the monitor has been off, the PSU is not going to be warm. And the PSU cools relatively quickly after the monitor goes to sleep. It hard to be accurate when using subjective terms such as hot or warm, but I definitely feel both my friend's PSU and mine are running a bit warmer than they should be, and I wouldn't be surprised if these monitors were drawing 5amps or more. These are cheap PSUs, I'm scared to even open it only to find your average Chinese dangerously minimalistic design. Would be surprised to even find it uses a fiberglass PCB and has remotely safe clearances incorporated into the PCB.
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post #1397 of 6485
When I had my crossover, the PSU just felt cosy to the touch, not uncomfortably warm at all.

As for recommended sellers, BCC and AW. The latter is expanding their business outside of ebay, onto places like Amazon.
post #1398 of 6485
Hi guys, I've lurked this thread pretty extensively but I haven't seen anyone with the same problem as me and I was wondering if anyone had any insight.

I got my Crossover 27Q the other day and I'm having a weird problem with it. When I start up a game the screen will turn on and off rapidly for about 30 secs to 1 min before completely turning itself off and the LED on the side will flash red. This will also happen sporadically when watching videos.
This will persist even if I exit the game or close the video and the only way I've found to stop it is to lower the resolution to 1080p and then set it back to 1440 using the Nvidia control panel.
It always happens when the game uses 3d graphics, for example if I start PixelJunk Eden, a 2d game, it will take a couple of minutes for it to happen but when I start Max Payne 3 it happens right as I reach the menu screen which has a rendering of Max on right hand side. I've made sure the DVI cable is properly seated in both monitor and gfx card.
The screen itself is fine, no dead or stuck pixels.

Anyone ever have these problems with another monitor? Could it be a power problem, DVI-D cable problem or is my monitor just boned?
post #1399 of 6485
Don't forget that current is voltage divided by resistance (I=V/R, Ohm's law), which means that to have the same current draw at a lower 110V is going to increase resistance and therefore temperature. These bricks will run cooler in Europe and warmer in the US. If you don't run your monitor at max brightness, it's going to help the brick temperature. I'm not saying these bricks are great, just that there's going to be a difference in experiences between 240V users and 120V users and similar.
   
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Hi guys, I've lurked this thread pretty extensively but I haven't seen anyone with the same problem as me and I was wondering if anyone had any insight.
I got my Crossover 27Q the other day and I'm having a weird problem with it. When I start up a game the screen will turn on and off rapidly for about 30 secs to 1 min before completely turning itself off and the LED on the side will flash red. This will also happen sporadically when watching videos.
This will persist even if I exit the game or close the video and the only way I've found to stop it is to lower the resolution to 1080p and then set it back to 1440 using the Nvidia control panel.
It always happens when the game uses 3d graphics, for example if I start PixelJunk Eden, a 2d game, it will take a couple of minutes for it to happen but when I start Max Payne 3 it happens right as I reach the menu screen which has a rendering of Max on right hand side. I've made sure the DVI cable is properly seated in both monitor and gfx card.
The screen itself is fine, no dead or stuck pixels.
Anyone ever have these problems with another monitor? Could it be a power problem, DVI-D cable problem or is my monitor just boned?

If it only happens when gaming and watching movies, the only thing I could think of is a HDCP handshake issue, which would be weird for these monitors.
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