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post #2471 of 6483
Just got mine in today along with a note from dream-seller; he stated "There have been more issues with this brand, the reason for your late shipment is the first monitor was full of dead pixels. We sent it back and they sent us another one, we tested the monitor for you and its to satisfaction." So far no dead pixels that I can see, no stuck ones either. Backlight bleed is very minimal even on a 100% black image.

post #2472 of 6483
Got a fast question for you guys.....I have a Crossover.. and a few days ago the afterburner chart and other text on my Computer went really Small.(was readable before) also when I open my AV program now the text has Shrunk to a very small size...was not like this before on my monitor....i mean so small I can not read it. I tried to see if the DPI in windows had changed or something....now If i change the DPI my Icons on my Desktop are really big(the Icon size never changed in this problem just the Text size) im at the end of my rope try'n to figure this out...I need some help...any Ideas ??



Thanks in advance

AP514
post #2473 of 6483
I felt I needed to share my experience and ask for some assistance. I bought the plain Crossover 27Q LED back on June 15, 2012. I chose it because I liked the housing and stand better than the other Korean options. It was working fine last night when I shut down, but when I got up this morning all I got was a black screen. The power light was blue indicating signal, but no picture. Disassembled and this is what I found.


I don't know if my power brick was the cause or just a faulty component. I hope replacing the smoked component and getting a better replacement power brick will save it. I'm pretty sure the dark spots around the resistors in the center are just flux residue. I don't see any indication of damage to the other boards. If anyone can direct me towards somewhere I can find what I need, I would appreciate it.
post #2474 of 6483
oh wow. would have no idea on what to tell you to do about that.

that square trade warranty is sounding more tempting just to be safe on my 3.
post #2475 of 6483
Which power brick did they give you? Loadus? Welltronics?
post #2476 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Mandroid View Post

I don't know if my power brick was the cause or just a faulty component. I hope replacing the smoked component and getting a better replacement power brick will save it. I'm pretty sure the dark spots around the resistors in the center are just flux residue. I don't see any indication of damage to the other boards. If anyone can direct me towards somewhere I can find what I need, I would appreciate it.

I believe I've seen that happen to someone else either on overclock.net, or another website. He ended up soldering a new mosfet onto the board (albeit externally wired) along with a cooling fan to keep it cool. i'll try to find it, but his board looked exactly like yours did

edit: http://www.overclock.net/t/1232496/crossover-27q-led-led-p-27m-led-2720mdp-gold-led-monitor-club/2330#post_18004234

there ya go
post #2477 of 6483
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Originally Posted by jmzhwng View Post

Which power brick did they give you? Loadus? Welltronics?
I have a loadus, but I don't know if it had anything to do with the failure. I don't really have any good way to test it under load either.

As for replacing the mosfet, I found the specs for the original, but I'm not an electronics expert...I don't know which of those specs are important to function and which ones can be altered. I've been trying to find one on Digi-Key's website, but the ones closest matching in specs have zener diodes instead of standard diodes between drain and source.
post #2478 of 6483
Just got mine today... OMG, where has this been all my life... makes my dell u2410 pale in comparison and i love my dell too!

was considering getting a 2nd u2410 but started reading about these panels... decided to take the plunge and that was a great decision too... so far zero dead/ or stuck pixels and it may or may not have any bleed, i really couldn't tell. with the lights dimmed, i could easily tell slight bleed from my u2410. now this is tempting me to try and sell my dell and get a 2nd unit... I really love this 27Q-P! ... knock on wood it stays working well for a very long time. thanks for everyone on this thread who convinced me to take the plunge. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

shout out to descadent, your setup was what pushed me over the edge thumb.gif
post #2479 of 6483
Does anyone know if you can buy a replacement controller board for these type of monitors? I contacted 'dream-seller' on ebay, but they told me they couldn't sell any separate parts.

I have a 'black out' problem on my monitor:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReJmmnMjSwU&feature=youtu.be

Best regards,
Jan
post #2480 of 6483
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Originally Posted by swish919 View Post

Just got mine today... OMG, where has this been all my life... makes my dell u2410 pale in comparison and i love my dell too!

was considering getting a 2nd u2410 but started reading about these panels... decided to take the plunge and that was a great decision too... so far zero dead/ or stuck pixels and it may or may not have any bleed, i really couldn't tell. with the lights dimmed, i could easily tell slight bleed from my u2410. now this is tempting me to try and sell my dell and get a 2nd unit... I really love this 27Q-P! ... knock on wood it stays working well for a very long time. thanks for everyone on this thread who convinced me to take the plunge. biggrin.gifbiggrin.gifbiggrin.gif

shout out to descadent, your setup was what pushed me over the edge thumb.gif

Wow, thanks for chiming in with your opinion that it "tops" your Dell. That is definitely an opinion many should read if they've been hesitant on buying a Crossover.

Very great first post, it earned you your first rep! You now have 1 rep for every post you've made! Lol biggrin.gif
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