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Originally Posted by bern43 View Post

I'm thinking about picking one of these up, but all this talk about burnt out PCBs has me a little worried. Anything I can do to ensure I get a monitor that has the PCB that doesn't die? Also, seems like AW has the LED-P version for $999???? I'd pay a tiny bit more to get their supposedly A+ panel, but that's just crazy.

Get the normal model. The risk of getting burnt out PCBs is very low.
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Originally Posted by Hallengreen View Post

When AW sets the price for 999, it because he's out of stock atm. Not because he wants to take inzane overprices lol. smile.gif

Yes he doesn't want to lose the 'Sold' count.


Just received the CrossOver Q27 Led-P from LightnSpace@ebay. So far the screen is amazing and flawless, I have one dead pixel and not worth mentioning light bleeding (My bad, doesn't have any light bleeding, I thought so because of the angle I was looking at it) on the bottom right corner it can't be seen without focusing 10cm from the screen. I got the green PCB.

My only complain is that he promised me express shipping and I got economy shipping (but the package did get to me less than ten days. If I exclude the five days it was stuck in customs I can say it took just four days) and the packaging was only the original screen box...
Edited by F0zzie - 11/16/12 at 7:57am
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Originally Posted by Karail View Post

I cracked open my monitor to mod a heat sink for the board as a precaution to prevent it from failing. However the pcb is green and has different component layout compare to the pcb's that have a blown mosfet.


I have had the monitor for almost a month now. The pcb is not burnt nor anything is implying damage caused by excessive heat. Couple of "weird" things here though. Capacitors are not "solid" opposed to those blue pcb and they are made by Sam Young which is south korean corporation i believe. They are rated at 85 degrees celcius. I thought that in this kind of electronics they would always be rated at 105 degrees celcius? Anyway, i hope this pcb is of better quality so i don't have to ask the seller for a new one.
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Originally Posted by Althulas View Post

Karail can you chime in here and let us know how your monitor has been with this pcb.

I've had the monitor about 3 months now and everything seems fine so far. The pcb doesn't show any signs of damage due to excessive heat. I made a chart many pages back comparing the mosfets on this and the teal board and this (VLD0100) green board i have seems far superior. My mind is at ease for now smile.gif
Edited by Karail - 11/16/12 at 4:53am
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Get the normal model. The risk of getting burnt out PCBs is very low.
that depends on the user.
for example for me since i have plenty of non-led monitors, i set monitors to go to sleep after 5 minutes of inactivity. my concern is power consumption. if i had one of these monitors, since they are led, i'd have it set the same but for the sake of prolonging their life.
    
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I'm looking at getting Crossover 27Q-LED.

so this monitor has no OSD?!!!! and I heard that default color temperature is not 6500K? So without osd, how do you change it to 6500K? How would we calibrate the monitor without using some kind of external calibrator?
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I'm looking at getting Crossover 27Q-LED.
so this monitor has no OSD?!!!! and I heard that default color temperature is not 6500K? So without osd, how do you change it to 6500K? How would we calibrate the monitor without using some kind of external calibrator?

use nvidia control panel or amd's
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use nvidia control panel or amd's
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You can use the color profiles that have been listed in this thread a bunch of times.
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You can use the color profiles that have been listed in this thread a bunch of times.

that too
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What sellers are people still using for these, in particular for pixel perfect versions? I'm almost sold on getting one of these, just have this lurking feeling that I should wait for a 120hz model.
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What sellers are people still using for these, in particular for pixel perfect versions? I'm almost sold on getting one of these, just have this lurking feeling that I should wait for a 120hz model.


accessorieswhole and don't buy pixel perfect. it's a waste. and you'll wait forever on 120hz
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