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post #2581 of 6483
Well i bought one from AW before the price raise and I am so far having a great experience with my cross over - no defects what so ever.
post #2582 of 6483
I got a customs letter in today from Fedex

Apparently I have a crossover coming that I didn't order

Lolwut.
post #2583 of 6483
I had a great experience with AW. My monitor has been one of the best upgrades for my system. I love playing games on it. I would love to have 2 more, might need to get another 680 to sli before, but I will order from AW again, no question. I also appreciate the fact they they actually follow these forums. That shows clear intent that they care about their rep and making sure people are happy with their experience with them.

I am very happy that I had this forum to check out before I purchased. I went with AW because if you add everything up, the ebay ratings and the other users that have almost always been taken care of by AW, seems that they do the best they can.


also, the 3 crossovers for gaming drool...it must be done!
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post #2584 of 6483
I am incredibly happy with my "perfect" Crossover. I think my one complaint is that the blacks are way too dark. I was playing BF3 last night and on Armored Shield, there are a few corridors that are pitch black to the point where I can't possibly see an enemy in the room. I asked my friend on Mumble and he said it was dark but that he could make out the wall textures and my player model. I turned up my gamma in the NVIDIA control panel last night a little (noticed my wallpaper became a little more distinguished in the dark blacks) so hopefully that helps in-game as well.

Also, for whoever it was that somewhat doubted my performance on 2 570s, BF3 runs flawlessly. 2560x1400, everything on ultra, 16x AF, HBAO, FXAA injector mod (though I disable it on the new night map because it looks horrible with the injector on), no in-game AA. Alborz Mountain definitely strains my cards, but there is no perceived slowdown. Of course I'd still love myself a pair of 680s, though.
Edited by Stealth Pyros - 9/12/12 at 8:56am
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post #2585 of 6483
Only issue I have with my Shimians is a fairly light black level but I've noticed that on most IPS panels I've seen. Otherwise they are perfect; well 120Hz would sure be nice but what can you do...
post #2586 of 6483
Just a few Galaxy Nexus shots for now. Will post more soon showing backlight in the dark. Note that there are some slight reflections caught in these. It was daytime and I couldn't do anything to make it darker. I will post some dark shots soon.

RGB in order wink.gif



Edited by Stealth Pyros - 9/12/12 at 10:46am
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post #2587 of 6483
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Originally Posted by tehpsyc View Post

I purchased the 27Q about a month ago and it was perfect for a while. Yesterday I started noticing some mild flickering of the screen, very faint but noticeable if you paid close attention. Today, the flickering is near constant and glaringly obvious and the monitor goes completely black quite frequently (at least once every 15 minutes) requiring several power cycles to restore the picture. I contacted red-cap yesterday when it was doing the minor flickering and he seemed hesitant to start the return process, but now that it has progressed I'm hoping he'll take it back. I'll let you all know how it turns out, but just something to be aware of considering this monitor was perfectly fine for almost a month. I'm very disappointed. Hoping to do an exchange.

Well the monitor seems to have spontaneously resolved itself, its been flicker free for about an hour now I'm actually quite concerned cause according to red-cap if I attempt to exchange it and they don't see the problem when they receive it I'll be responsible for shipping. But I don't want to be stuck with a monitor that could spontaneously start failing again. Not sure what to do.
post #2588 of 6483
nice one Stealth! Would have replied to PM but I reached my limit of..2 lol wth?

Anyway good to know that he takes care of customs and what not! That makes it much sweeter...I dont like hidden fees like $70 at the door, etc.

Definitely making me wanna bite the bullet and pick one up!!
post #2589 of 6483
Hey Guys,

Anyone notice a buzzing noise with their monitors?
It actually changes with what's displayed, meaning on some screens it's louder / more noticeable than others.

My monitor is only less than a couple of weeks old and I'm not sure if it's always had this since day one or if it's just ambient enough for me to hear it now. It's fairly noticeable. If you use DPT.exe (dead pixel tester), the highest noise comes on a completely white screen. OR you can go to any page which is mainly white e.g. go to a wiki page and you can hear that noise; scroll up and down and noise changes as well.

Could it be a bad power supply?

For those that have had it, did you do anything to resolve it/ exchange or return it/ or other? Did it go away? did it grow louder over time? I was wondering if this was normal or if it's something to be concerned over... Thoughts?

TIA
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Originally Posted by swish919 View Post

Hey Guys,

Anyone notice a buzzing noise with their monitors?
It actually changes with what's displayed, meaning on some screens it's louder / more noticeable than others.

My monitor is only less than a couple of weeks old and I'm not sure if it's always had this since day one or if it's just ambient enough for me to hear it now. It's fairly noticeable. If you use DPT.exe (dead pixel tester), the highest noise comes on a completely white screen. OR you can go to any page which is mainly white e.g. go to a wiki page and you can hear that noise; scroll up and down and noise changes as well.

Could it be a bad power supply?

For those that have had it, did you do anything to resolve it/ exchange or return it/ or other? Did it go away? did it grow louder over time? I was wondering if this was normal or if it's something to be concerned over... Thoughts?

TIA

I did not hear that at all but I will test for that tonight and post back.
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