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post #2191 of 6483
Hey guys, purchased this 120v to 220v converter from eBay.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/150847781331?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649#ht_4621wt_1163

Works Great with 2 crossover 27q. Power adapters run super cool compared to 120v.
post #2192 of 6483
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It works for about 5 minutes perfectly though, then the image gets worse and worse. So I doubt it broke in transit. Not something loose inside either as wiggling and moving the monitor makes no difference to how it looks.
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Hate to say it, but it came from AccessoriesWhole
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Sadly my new PSU arrived today and it didn't solve the problem frown.gif


hmm...
The best and the only way we have contact each seller to refund or exchange ..
is like a gamble to get a good monitor .. lol

i hope you see this case red cap
Edited by abibx - 8/16/12 at 10:20am
post #2193 of 6483
Yeah if they take care of this for you, will have made up my mind and buy it. if not, it turns me back into sketchy mode.
post #2194 of 6483
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Accesorrieswhole says she checks all her panels before shipping too.

It is possible that the problem I have would have been missed. It only happens once the monitor is fully warmed up (~5 mins). If it was just plugged into a running computer and inspected for dead pixels then it would probably pass fine frown.gif
Edited by Hates - 8/17/12 at 1:37am
post #2195 of 6483
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Yeah if they take care of this for you, will have made up my mind and buy it. if not, it turns me back into sketchy mode.

LOL your comment made me laugh xD.

Anyways, guess what?! I just purchased an ASUS GTX 660 TI DCU II biggrin.gif

I hope it destroys this panel.
post #2196 of 6483
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LOL your comment made me laugh xD.
Anyways, guess what?! I just purchased an ASUS GTX 660 TI DCU II biggrin.gif
I hope it destroys this panel.

Hahahdon't laugh redface.gif if they fix his problem then that's whats up, otherwise this whole Korean scheme is more and more sketchy to me biggrin.gif

But yeah im in the same boat i bought a 680 for my build im building and i cannot wait to push it to the limit on a beautiful screen like this!
post #2197 of 6483
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Even if she checks them, it is possible that the problem I have would have been missed. It only happens once the monitor is fully warmed up (~5 mins). If it was just plugged into a running computer and inspected for dead pixels then it would probably pass fine frown.gif


different from my problem .. received from the first (2 days ago) either monitor conditions in a state of cold or warm, even hot ..
screen displayed is always green, like shrek was in the shower sadsmiley.gif
Edited by abibx - 8/16/12 at 11:40am
post #2198 of 6483
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LOL your comment made me laugh xD.
Anyways, guess what?! I just purchased an ASUS GTX 660 TI DCU II biggrin.gif
I hope it destroys this panel.

not with the 192 bit memory interface, it will be fine but about 10-20 fps difference from 670 according to benchmarks released today



also i have no doubt accessorieswhole will refund and ship you another. mine was definitely checked I could tell the by how foam was rewrappped up around the monitor.
post #2199 of 6483
Mine does the sketchy screen flickering now when I turn it on for the first time after computer was off. Once I turn it off and turn it back on it seems to diappear. It looks like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSJjrql5RU8

I'll just wait for it to die and buy a Dell.
post #2200 of 6483
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not with the 192 bit memory interface, it will be fine but about 10-20 fps difference from 670 according to benchmarks released today
also i have no doubt accessorieswhole will refund and ship you another. mine was definitely checked I could tell the by how foam was rewrappped up around the monitor.

But it's a hundred dollars cheaper. What do you think? Should I get the 670 instead for this panel? I really want to do it justice.
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