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Could you guys link us a couple of color profiles for the CrossOver 27Q? too many pages to browse frown.gif
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Originally Posted by nekonet View Post

Could you guys link us a couple of color profiles for the CrossOver 27Q? too many pages to browse frown.gif

that would mean we would have to go through pages to get it for you then lol:p

also is a search feature for this thread specifically above...says "search this thread"
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Originally Posted by Xibal View Post

Hi guys, I just need to double check that the 27Q does indeed work with 5870 when windows boots and during BIOS posting, there will be a black screen.

I have the 27q and a 5870... POST and windows boot are all as expected. I can get into BIOS, see the startup splash screen, and etc.
post #3564 of 6483
I ordered mine tuesday and itarrives this monday!
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thanks Goatcrapp, I'll be taking a plunge with BCC as the seller.

EDIT: been digging deeper into this forum, seems some work (see BIOS posting) and some don't.
Edited by Xibal - 11/17/12 at 10:56am
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I know the monitors are korean, but do you guys think they could be on sale this black friday?
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Could I please get some feedback on the stands of these monitors, is the pivot stand more sturdy since it has a metal plate as its base or is the non-pivot stand more sturdy since its larger and covers more area?
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Originally Posted by nekonet View Post

I know the monitors are korean, but do you guys think they could be on sale this black friday?

According to their description on ebay they're always on sale smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Xibal View Post

Could I please get some feedback on the stands of these monitors, is the pivot stand more sturdy since it has a metal plate as its base or is the non-pivot stand more sturdy since its larger and covers more area?

I have the pivot stand and it's pretty sturdy, my only worry would be if I had to extract the arm all the way open (for vertical use). I don't know how is it compares to the non-pivot one.
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i have the pivot also.

IMO, its pretty sturdy... was totally worth it.
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The first green PCB boared with only 1 mosfet is problematic just like the blue and teals. Since all 3 have the issue with heat dissipation and then eventually burn out. Now saying anything new won'thave the ability to burn out to. All hardware eventually just goes one 1 or the other. But..... That has 2 mosfets. You want that or the 3rd revision which is what your talking about. The one that Aw also replaces. You can request from greensum to have that revision "if" he can get it, if not just take that.
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I'm also in contact with Greensum for a PCB replacement. Which version do you suggest? Many thanks for your help!

Any update on which PCB is the best to have right now?
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