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post #3071 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Cryingvoid View Post

These monitors are all with scalers, I presume? Is there any input lag measurement for them?

I'm pretty sure that these monitors do not have any scalers
post #3072 of 6483
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Originally Posted by tehpsyc View Post

I'm pretty sure that these monitors do not have any scalers

The 2720MDP certainly has a scaler. the easiest way to check is the number of inputs. If it's DVI-D only then don't count on a scaler (or on screen controlls). If it has inputs a-plenty then you have a scaler.

Personally, I prefer the 2720MDP which has multiple inputs (XBOX360 looks great on these) and has lag that this non-professional gamer does not notice and happily games with.
post #3073 of 6483
So, purchased a led-P back in April and just now started getting the flickering Backlight issue. Sounds like I need to replace my pcb however I bought from dcsamsungmall, anyone have any dealings with that seller providing a green pcb? The direct order route for $100 to buy 2 seems awfully steep.
post #3074 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Cryingvoid View Post

These monitors are all with scalers, I presume? Is there any input lag measurement for them?

The 27Q (dvi only version) doesn't have a scaler. I don't know if there are any lag measurements but when I get my 27Q to work again, I'm going to try to see if there's a difference between it and my samsung T27A750.

Out of curiosity, I just did a test with my wireless mouse vs samsung T27A750 (60hz) using my camera at 1000fps.

http://youtu.be/DnhW-4zScbc

It took around 5 seconds in the 30fps video... so around 150ms. Not very conclusive if it's the lag from mouse or screen. rolleyes.gif

probably have to pull out an old computer and find a ps2 mouse to compare. biggrin.gif
post #3075 of 6483
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Originally Posted by araman View Post

So, purchased a led-P back in April and just now started getting the flickering Backlight issue. Sounds like I need to replace my pcb however I bought from dcsamsungmall, anyone have any dealings with that seller providing a green pcb? The direct order route for $100 to buy 2 seems awfully steep.

I assume that you have a blue pcb?
post #3076 of 6483
Hi guys I plan to buy a new monitor and my budget is 450 €.
I The video card is an MSI GTX 680 Lighting
What monitor do you recommend?
post #3077 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Karail View Post

I assume that you have a blue pcb?
I'm a little wet behind the ears when it comes to the interior on this hardware, but I cracked open the 2 small access panels on the back (didn't remove the entire back) and found the 3 pcbs referenced in this thread. The one in the middle of the monitor just behind where it mounts to the stand is most definitely blue but I can't get to the model# at this moment as that would require me taking off the entire back and I don't have time to do that before work here.

The one on the right (when looking at the back head on) is green with P22LDE04 Rev4 on the board.

If anyone can help me get started in the right direction for getting this resolved, that would be wonderful.
Thanks

Edit: Here's the board on the right, that I'm not certain is the one I should be paying attention to:
http://www.imgur.com/gm6lP.jpg
http://www.imgur.com/hHuSI.jpg
Edited by araman - 10/10/12 at 6:38am
post #3078 of 6483
Well after offering to pay the shipping ($30) red-cap has shipped me a new green PCB and its on its way. Looks like I finally rest easy with this monitor. Also I heard back from the crossover manufacturer, and while he was willing to help he pretty much said that they actively are supplying many eBay sellers, red-cap included, with replacement PCBs and that I should deal with him to get it replaced. That being said, for people who's sellers aren't available this could be a good channel to explore.
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Originally Posted by araman View Post

I'm a little wet behind the ears when it comes to the interior on this hardware, but I cracked open the 2 small access panels on the back (didn't remove the entire back) and found the 3 pcbs referenced in this thread. The one in the middle of the monitor just behind where it mounts to the stand is most definitely blue but I can't get to the model# at this moment as that would require me taking off the entire back and I don't have time to do that before work here.
The one on the right (when looking at the back head on) is green with P22LDE04 Rev4 on the board.
If anyone can help me get started in the right direction for getting this resolved, that would be wonderful.
Thanks

Well that's not good, if you do in fact have a green PCB, then this is the first reported case of the green one also causing flickering. Could you take some pictures and upload them? The main board in the center behind where the stand connects to the monitor isn't of interest as far as the flickering issue is concerned, so don't worry about that.

EDIT:

That's definitely the green PCB that's supposed to be problem free. Figures the day I finally get mine shipped we learn that its not full proof tongue.gif

Look on the board for any signs of overheating/discoloration. Also what power brick were you provided with? If you could take a picture of the specs sticker on that I can maybe help rule in/out any problems with that.
Edited by tehpsyc - 10/10/12 at 6:41am
post #3079 of 6483
I edited my previous post with a few quick and dirty shots. Sorry I couldn't get better ones before heading out to work. Looks like I may have a different board altogether??
post #3080 of 6483
nice card Magna. anyone of the CrossOver 27Q LED/LED-P, 27M LED, & 2720MDP GOLD LED models will do. my personal preference is the LED-P version, buts thats just what i like.
2560x1440 with that card will run absolutely dandy thumb.gif .
    
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