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Love your setup, are all three none perfect pixel? if yes did you get any dead pixels? How much did you paid for each one of them?

they are not non pixel perfect versions. No dead pixels no terrible back light bleed etc... 1st one was $400 and other 2 were $350 from Accessorieswhole... of course I bought them when they were cheaper

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Have you looked at the first page? Alot of information especially since it answers your question..

Nope. nor have they looked at the auctions either that say the difference plain as day
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Been following this thread for many months. I will likely be pulling the trigger soon on a CrossOver 27Q LED-P, and will probably be going with AccessoriesWhole.

My only concern is my video card, which is a MSI GTX 460 Hawk 1GB. Is anyone else running a Crossover or comparable 1440P monitor with this card, or a comparable GTX 460? If so, how are you finding the performance? Can't find anything in the entire thread.
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they are not non pixel perfect versions. No dead pixels no terrible back light bleed etc... 1st one was $400 and other 2 were $350 from Accessorieswhole... of course I bought them when they were cheaper
Nope. nor have they looked at the auctions either that say the difference plain as day

I mean, perfect pixel as in did you get the pixel perfect versions or not, I'm also looking to get 3 CrossOver but the perfect pixel one is $500 frown.gif
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I'm thinking of buying a Crossover. Is the 2720MDP model with the 10bit color good? Since its multi input, it has input lag, but is it bad? I'm thinking between the standard model with 8bit color and this one, but I'm not sure wich one to choose. Having no input lag or 10bit color. smile.gif
Input lag does not seem to be an issue at all with the 2720MDP. I haven't noticed any kinda lag after having played games such as MW3, Gears of War 3, or even Halo 4. If anything, my stats have only gone up! tongue.gif
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Now I could be mistaken but you guys keep saying look at the first page and look at the ebay listing.
And unless I am missing something you would both be wrong as our answer whether these monitors are truly 10 bit is never addressed.
considering all the first page is list the specs from the ebay page.
Everything else says 16.7 million colors. And I haven' seen anyone report otherwise.
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Now I could be mistaken but you guys keep saying look at the first page and look at the ebay listing.
And unless I am missing something you would both be wrong as our answer whether these monitors are truly 10 bit is never addressed.
considering all the first page is list the specs from the ebay page.
Everything else says 16.7 million colors. And I haven' seen anyone report otherwise.

The LG panel used in the Dell U2711, Apple Cinema Display, and presumably all these Korean models (since they use the same panel) are indeed 8 bit displays.

proof.gifLink to panel specs

Hope this helps who had questions about the bit number for the displays smile.gif
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Damn i didn't get lucky i have four stuck pixels and not dead pixels i think cause i can see them in white,red,green,blue background. Plus the stand does not tilt on the left side and don't have a clue how to get the height adjustment working. Plus the back light does not go all the way down it goes only a bit and not all the way to a black screen
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As I reported the other day, my 2720MDP, which I've used for just four evenings now, seems a good one. It does not have any dead or stuck pixels and the initial worrying flicker has been cured by using a regular UK power lead into the brick, rather than the one provided with a UK plug adapter.
Also it scales everything very well. All my movies, whether hi def or not, scale up to fill the screen. Similarly, it plays ordinary, low definition TV, as well as HD TV perfectly. The presence of a scaler was the deciding factor in choosing this model over the other, cheaper, versions, which I believe don't have a scaler. That and the adjustable stand.
However I have to say I'm slightly disappointed over all.
I have been using a Dell 2408WFP for the last few years. It still works perfectly, and I've got them both up on my desk. I'm not running them as a dual display, partly because it taxes my Nvidia GTX 260, but mainly because I don't know a way to have 16x10 on one panel and 16x9 on the other. I tried it' but if I have the Crossover as my main monitor, my Dell becomes 16x9 and looks crap. Any input on that issue would be welcome:)
I'm not sure what kind of panel the Dell is, it's not TN or IPS, however I think it's better than the Crossover. The viewing angles are much better on the Dell, as are the blacks.
I'm not completely sure, but I don't believe I have a light bleed problem on the Crossover, but there is a glare from the screen. This seems to mean that there are lots of good shades of grey, but no true blacks. Having the monitor on with no input gives a fairly good even colouration , but it is a dull black/grey. The black screen on the Dell is totally black.
I being a bit picky here I know, I'm still very pleased with my purchase and intend to keep it as my main monitor (I think). Movies and TV look great. The extra screen space is wonderful, especially now that most movies are 16x9. The Dell displays 16x9 movies with a black band at the top and bottom, and this reduces the picture even more. So the Crossover looks huge in comparison.

I suppose I expected to be "wowed" more than I am, but I would still recommend this model to anyone. It is amazing for the money, even the build quality is a lot better than I had expected.

Cheers, John Williams:)
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I have been using a Dell 2408WFP for the last few years. It still works perfectly, and I've got them both up on my desk. I'm not running them as a dual display, partly because it taxes my Nvidia GTX 260, but mainly because I don't know a way to have 16x10 on one panel and 16x9 on the other. I tried it' but if I have the Crossover as my main monitor, my Dell becomes 16x9 and looks crap. Any input on that issue would be welcome:)
I'm not sure what kind of panel the Dell is, it's not TN or IPS, however I think it's better than the Crossover. The viewing angles are much better on the Dell, as are the blacks.

For dual displays on Windows do you have under 'Screen Resolution' for the dell to be an extension of the desktop and not a clone of the 16:9 image given on Crossover as it's the main display?

As for the viewing angles and blacks it's because the Dell is a PVA based display. My Samsung F2380 is C-PVA based as well and has continued to trounce my Apple and well more apparently my Crossovers, even my new 55" Panasonic GT50 plasma in the blacks category. This is in part due to all PVA variations being just a great display in general over backlit LED for computer use imo.
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http://www.benl.ebay.be/itm/130785741361?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

This one states overclcokable 125hz monitor. Weren't only a select few of Yamakasis overclockable?
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