Originally Posted by djriful
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.
Originally Posted by Wiz33
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.