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aw questionable? lol they are the #1 seller of korean monitors. according to their feedback as they are the only top seller and our experiences(3 for me from aw, day and half delivery to the U.S. and zero dead pixels even overnighted me a power supply from korea that died as a free replacement!)

AW is picking up bad reputaion

BCC is better. I feel so and i am waiting with my fingers crossed

I hope i dont have to eat my words
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Originally Posted by vsshokeen View Post

refer to post No 2499 and other such posts.
AW is picking up bad reputation
that is why i went with BCC
Trust me i did my homework
BCC is better than AW

yeah ok. thats why AW is still #1 and the only top seller on ebay of korean monitors rolleyes.gif
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Hey i'm wondering if i have my 27Q LED-P screen i see there is a 110-220 volt adapter included is this alright for europe ?
So i can just insert this in my electricity here ? you don't need to change anything ?

Also can someone tell me if there is always a DVI-D dual link included with the screen?
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that doesn't sound accurate at all and that is not their warranty replacement policy. like I said i had 3 delivered in a day and half from them and they overnighted me a powersupply from korea. Not sure how much better it gets

Just look at the feedback on ebay, but to each their own.
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I feel like i should bring up what others have brought up in the past here for new potential buyers: We know that these monitors are the rejects from the LG factory which is fact. There is risk in ordering one of these monitors. I love mine, no dead pixels and slight blacklight bleed top left. That being said, I ordered from AW, non pixel perfect, and so far so good. So again we can all agree the risk involved but the reward is 1440p led panel that cost around $400 or less. I was going to order a dell 27 inch at $800+, but I cut my cost in half and took the risk. knowing that if something went bad I might have to pay more to get it resolved. I am a sucker for a deal.

Furthermore most of the sellers say right on their website exactly what it is you are ordering. it is expensive to ship something from korea, thus they cover the cost in the price of the monitor and what is left is their profit. (Mr. Obvious I know) I think i have read on other forums that if you were in korea you can buy one for $250 on the street, you order 1000 of them it is like $100 a piece. So we can all agree, no one is really getting rich fast by selling these monitors. some profit yes, but not like apple profit at $1000+ per monitor or dell at $800 per monitor, but with that said, when you pay $1000 you get a warranty from apple/dell and they honor it and they can because they have built up the resources, supply chain and profit to do so. Also note even with Dell if you order from newegg or a reseller their warranty or response to issues is much more complicated/not as good. So it clearly is not right that they don't pay for shipping both ways and send another monitor, they might just not have the resources to pay for it and stay in business or they charge $800 for the monitor and we are all back at square one. No savings A- panel, i'll take the dell please.

I hate hearing of those that had bad experiences with one of these monitors and I hope it gets resolved. It can not be said enough = we are dealing with a re-seller that sells rejected LG panels in Korea off of Ebay. I am shocked it goes as well as it does to be honest.

Hopefully this helps people who are thinking about ordering this product. it's risky.


good luck out there and you stay classy San Diego.
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I feel like i should bring up what others have brought up in the past here for new potential buyers: We know that these monitors are the rejects from the LG factory which is fact. There is risk in ordering one of these monitors. I love mine, no dead pixels and slight blacklight bleed top left. That being said, I ordered from AW, non pixel perfect, and so far so good. So again we can all agree the risk involved but the reward is 1440p led panel that cost around $400 or less. I was going to order a dell 27 inch at $800+, but I cut my cost in half and took the risk. knowing that if something went bad I might have to pay more to get it resolved. I am a sucker for a deal.
Furthermore most of the sellers say right on their website exactly what it is you are ordering. it is expensive to ship something from korea, thus they cover the cost in the price of the monitor and what is left is their profit. (Mr. Obvious I know) I think i have read on other forums that if you were in korea you can buy one for $250 on the street, you order 1000 of them it is like $100 a piece. So we can all agree, no one is really getting rich fast by selling these monitors. some profit yes, but not like apple profit at $1000+ per monitor or dell at $800 per monitor, but with that said, when you pay $1000 you get a warranty from apple/dell and they honor it and they can because they have built up the resources, supply chain and profit to do so. Also note even with Dell if you order from newegg or a reseller their warranty or response to issues is much more complicated/not as good. So it clearly is not right that they don't pay for shipping both ways and send another monitor, they might just not have the resources to pay for it and stay in business or they charge $800 for the monitor and we are all back at square one. No savings A- panel, i'll take the dell please.
I hate hearing of those that had bad experiences with one of these monitors and I hope it gets resolved. It can not be said enough = we are dealing with a re-seller that sells rejected LG panels in Korea off of Ebay. I am shocked it goes as well as it does to be honest.
Hopefully this helps people who are thinking about ordering this product. it's risky.
good luck out there and you stay classy San Diego.
Saying the panels are rejected by the LG factory is equivalent to saying that the Nvidia GTX 660Ti is a rejected product by the company after they have selected the GTX 680 die.
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Originally Posted by ajflick42 View Post

I feel like i should bring up what others have brought up in the past here for new potential buyers: We know that these monitors are the rejects from the LG factory which is fact. There is risk in ordering one of these monitors. I love mine, no dead pixels and slight blacklight bleed top left. That being said, I ordered from AW, non pixel perfect, and so far so good. So again we can all agree the risk involved but the reward is 1440p led panel that cost around $400 or less. I was going to order a dell 27 inch at $800+, but I cut my cost in half and took the risk. knowing that if something went bad I might have to pay more to get it resolved. I am a sucker for a deal.
Furthermore most of the sellers say right on their website exactly what it is you are ordering. it is expensive to ship something from korea, thus they cover the cost in the price of the monitor and what is left is their profit. (Mr. Obvious I know) I think i have read on other forums that if you were in korea you can buy one for $250 on the street, you order 1000 of them it is like $100 a piece. So we can all agree, no one is really getting rich fast by selling these monitors. some profit yes, but not like apple profit at $1000+ per monitor or dell at $800 per monitor, but with that said, when you pay $1000 you get a warranty from apple/dell and they honor it and they can because they have built up the resources, supply chain and profit to do so. Also note even with Dell if you order from newegg or a reseller their warranty or response to issues is much more complicated/not as good. So it clearly is not right that they don't pay for shipping both ways and send another monitor, they might just not have the resources to pay for it and stay in business or they charge $800 for the monitor and we are all back at square one. No savings A- panel, i'll take the dell please.
I hate hearing of those that had bad experiences with one of these monitors and I hope it gets resolved. It can not be said enough = we are dealing with a re-seller that sells rejected LG panels in Korea off of Ebay. I am shocked it goes as well as it does to be honest.
Hopefully this helps people who are thinking about ordering this product. it's risky.
good luck out there and you stay classy San Diego.

Based on polls of buyers, I'd have to say the rate of malfunction is the same as any other monitors.
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XPSC Raystorm Pro Watercool Heatkiller 1080ti Full Cover Waterblock EK XTOP Revo Dual D5 (Serial, PWM, v4) EK ZMT (1/2 - 3/4 ID OD) 
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Just ordered a Crossover 27Q LED-P from ta_planet! So excited! Will be here between Sept. 10-13. Will post videos and pics of it when it arrives.
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