Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Monitors and Displays › CrossOver 27Q LED/LED-P, 27M LED, & 2720MDP GOLD LED Monitor Club
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

CrossOver 27Q LED/LED-P, 27M LED, & 2720MDP GOLD LED Monitor Club - Page 401

post #4001 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by tomcanbefound View Post

Hey sorry im sure this has been asked before but the thread is rather deep now.
i want to run 2 of these monitors preferably of an HD7950...
Questions are:
  • I cannot find a 7950 with 2x DVI-D outputs... Can i use a converter from a display port / HDMI? All the z series motherboards im looking at for the new rig say max 1920x1200 resolution, any workaround or MB that supports higher res?
  • Would a 7950 even be powerfull enough to run 2 of these gaming?
  • How does anyone here running a dual setup go about it?
Thanks in advance!
T

HD 7950 does not exist in 2x DL-DVI flavours.
You can use a DP to DL-DVI adapter, but they cost ~60-70 dollars each. Cheaper ones need not apply (they do not work).
You cannot convert from HDMI -> DL-DVI. Well, technically running single input monitors from HDMI via passive adapter has been done, but it was running the monitor WAY out of spec and stability was questionable. Highly, highly not recommended. A standard HDMI 1440p is not the same signal as a standard DVI 1440p.
HD 7950 is likely not powerful enough to run 2x of these monitors for gaming.
post #4002 of 6483
Yo-

My Crossover 27Q SUDDENLY DIED!!!

On December 5th - I turned on my system - the monitor came on showing boot screen, Win 7 start up and the desktop for about one minute - then SUDDENLY DIED!!! No display - NO power light in lower right hand corner - green light on power brick on.

Immediately sent Accessorieswhole an email - detailing the problem - got reply several days later after sending second email - they wanted me to disassemble the monitor and test the pc board - what a crock-eh!!

Today they finally answered and said essentially that they couldn't find my sale back in May and said that I had to make sure to make sure the monitor was in fact not working - what another crock!!

Bottom line - BEWARE OF BUYING A KOREAN MONITOR - ESPECIALLY FROM ACCESSORIESWHOLE!!
post #4003 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My Crossover 27Q SUDDENLY DIED!!!
On December 5th - I turned on my system - the monitor came on showing boot screen, Win 7 start up and the desktop for about one minute - then SUDDENLY DIED!!! No display - NO power light in lower right hand corner - green light on power brick on.
Immediately sent Accessorieswhole an email - detailing the problem - got reply several days later after sending second email - they wanted me to disassemble the monitor and test the pc board - what a crock-eh!!
Today they finally answered and said essentially that they couldn't find my sale back in May and said that I had to make sure to make sure the monitor was in fact not working - what another crock!!
Bottom line - BEWARE OF BUYING A KOREAN MONITOR - ESPECIALLY FROM ACCESSORIESWHOLE!!
Who would expect that...

Anyway, maybe it's brick issue?
A computer
(16 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-3770K GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD3 Gigabyte GTX780ti 4x4GB Kingston Fury 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Western Digital Green OCZ Vertex 4 - 128 GB Don't have Hyper 212+ EVO 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win 10 Dell U2713HM Steelseries 6GV2 Corsair 650W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair 300R Logitech G502 SS Qck Cheap 5.1 speakers/HD 558 
  hide details  
Reply
A computer
(16 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-3770K GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD3 Gigabyte GTX780ti 4x4GB Kingston Fury 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Western Digital Green OCZ Vertex 4 - 128 GB Don't have Hyper 212+ EVO 
OSMonitorKeyboardPower
Win 10 Dell U2713HM Steelseries 6GV2 Corsair 650W 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Corsair 300R Logitech G502 SS Qck Cheap 5.1 speakers/HD 558 
  hide details  
Reply
post #4004 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My Crossover 27Q SUDDENLY DIED!!!
On December 5th - I turned on my system - the monitor came on showing boot screen, Win 7 start up and the desktop for about one minute - then SUDDENLY DIED!!! No display - NO power light in lower right hand corner - green light on power brick on.
Immediately sent Accessorieswhole an email - detailing the problem - got reply several days later after sending second email - they wanted me to disassemble the monitor and test the pc board - what a crock-eh!!
Today they finally answered and said essentially that they couldn't find my sale back in May and said that I had to make sure to make sure the monitor was in fact not working - what another crock!!
Bottom line - BEWARE OF BUYING A KOREAN MONITOR - ESPECIALLY FROM ACCESSORIESWHOLE!!

Hows it a load of crock. Ok the monitor suddenly died on you, just as any pc hardware that fails. You have to trouble shoot it before deciding what to do. That's exactly what he's asking you. I understand you are still under warranty, but to make it an easier transition... He wants to make sure if it's a piece he can replace., to get it back up and running instead of replacing the entire unit.
So I'll list it for you.
1. Check cables, Try different cables.
2. If you bought more then 1 monitor try the other power brick.
3. Open up the housing and recheck the cables and check the pcb to see if anything is burnt.
4. Print screen of your purchase whether it was from ebay or paypal and send him the invoice.

Once you do all that guarantee there shouldn't be any problems.

Guys need to look at things calmly and rational. Not just explode like you did.

Just to add, other individuals have had monitors die or pcbs burnt and did the same thing I listed above and got there replacement. It's not being asked to jerk you around, there's a method to the madness.
Edited by Cloudz00x - 12/14/12 at 10:50am
Super Cobra 5.0
(15 items)
 
DD Torture Rack
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 3930K RAMPAGE IV EXTREME 4x Evga GeForce GTX 680 Classified 32Gig Corsair Dominator Platinum 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOS
2x Seagate 3TB Barracuda 256g Sasmung 830 Pro LG DVD Windows 7 64bit Pro 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
CrossOver 27Q LED-P Ducky Shine II Evga NEx 1500 Cosmos II 
MouseMouse PadAudio
tt esports lvl10 mouse SteelSeries SX Asus Essence STX 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
Intel 3930k 3x Evga GTX 680 Corsair Dominator Platinum 16g 1866 Segate 3TB barracuda 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 830 124G SSD LG Blu-Ray Dvd Burner EK Water Cooling Windows 7 Home 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
CrossOver 27Q LED-P Ducky Shine II Evga NEX1500 PSU Danger Den Torture Rack 
MouseMouse PadAudio
TT eSports LVL10 SteelSeries SX Corsair SP2500 
  hide details  
Reply
Super Cobra 5.0
(15 items)
 
DD Torture Rack
(15 items)
 
 
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i7 3930K RAMPAGE IV EXTREME 4x Evga GeForce GTX 680 Classified 32Gig Corsair Dominator Platinum 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveOS
2x Seagate 3TB Barracuda 256g Sasmung 830 Pro LG DVD Windows 7 64bit Pro 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
CrossOver 27Q LED-P Ducky Shine II Evga NEx 1500 Cosmos II 
MouseMouse PadAudio
tt esports lvl10 mouse SteelSeries SX Asus Essence STX 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
Intel 3930k 3x Evga GTX 680 Corsair Dominator Platinum 16g 1866 Segate 3TB barracuda 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 830 124G SSD LG Blu-Ray Dvd Burner EK Water Cooling Windows 7 Home 64bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
CrossOver 27Q LED-P Ducky Shine II Evga NEX1500 PSU Danger Den Torture Rack 
MouseMouse PadAudio
TT eSports LVL10 SteelSeries SX Corsair SP2500 
  hide details  
Reply
post #4005 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My Crossover 27Q SUDDENLY DIED!!!
On December 5th - I turned on my system - the monitor came on showing boot screen, Win 7 start up and the desktop for about one minute - then SUDDENLY DIED!!! No display - NO power light in lower right hand corner - green light on power brick on.
Immediately sent Accessorieswhole an email - detailing the problem - got reply several days later after sending second email - they wanted me to disassemble the monitor and test the pc board - what a crock-eh!!
Today they finally answered and said essentially that they couldn't find my sale back in May and said that I had to make sure to make sure the monitor was in fact not working - what another crock!!
Bottom line - BEWARE OF BUYING A KOREAN MONITOR - ESPECIALLY FROM ACCESSORIESWHOLE!!

Accessorieswhole is the best seller on ebay for korean monitors hands down. He's asking you to troubleshoot as the guy above me said, so he can figure out where to go from there. If it is completely dead, I'm sure he will not only pay for return shipping, but also send you a replacement. Slow your role, son.
Beatrix
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I5 3570k ASUS P8Z77-V AMD HD 7950 Samsung "Wonder ram" 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
WD Blue 1TB lol Hyper 212 EVO Win 7 Ult 64 bit 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
Crossover 27Q Corsair HX750 Phantom 410 (red) DeathAdder 
Audio
MagnePlanar MMG/A700 
  hide details  
Reply
Beatrix
(13 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
I5 3570k ASUS P8Z77-V AMD HD 7950 Samsung "Wonder ram" 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
WD Blue 1TB lol Hyper 212 EVO Win 7 Ult 64 bit 
MonitorPowerCaseMouse
Crossover 27Q Corsair HX750 Phantom 410 (red) DeathAdder 
Audio
MagnePlanar MMG/A700 
  hide details  
Reply
post #4006 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My Crossover 27Q SUDDENLY DIED!!!
On December 5th - I turned on my system - the monitor came on showing boot screen, Win 7 start up and the desktop for about one minute - then SUDDENLY DIED!!! No display - NO power light in lower right hand corner - green light on power brick on.
Immediately sent Accessorieswhole an email - detailing the problem - got reply several days later after sending second email - they wanted me to disassemble the monitor and test the pc board - what a crock-eh!!
Today they finally answered and said essentially that they couldn't find my sale back in May and said that I had to make sure to make sure the monitor was in fact not working - what another crock!!
Bottom line - BEWARE OF BUYING A KOREAN MONITOR - ESPECIALLY FROM ACCESSORIESWHOLE!!

You sound like a little kid.

Anyway, all monitors have a risk of DOA whether they are Korean, Dell, HP, etc. It's basically luck of the draw.

Do what the seller told you to do. Follow their steps and stop acting like a 6 year old.
post #4007 of 6483
paste the whole mail. how does he want you to test a board? i would have no idea how to do that.
although opening up is simple, then check for burns ect. if there is a spot burned its easy to get a new board for free;)
relax and dont freak out immediatly.
post #4008 of 6483
After reading through pages and pages of this thread I pulled the trigger on a 27Q from BCC, thought I'd report with first impressions:

I've been using it for about an hour. Can't find any dead/stuck pixels, no backlight bleeding, no discoloration from what I can see, however... I'm experiencing significant image retention problems.

Light images in browser windows, left open and static on the screen for as little as two minutes, persist when I open up Photoshop CS6 and view the dark gray background color. I will say that these "burn-ins" also only persist for about 1-2 minutes before fading. If I felt confident that the duration of the burn-in retention would stay at the 1-2 minute mark forever I might not even mind that much, but I'm concerned that it will only get worse.

Has anyone else received a 27Q with light to moderate image retention / burn in issues? Has it gotten worse for you? Were you able to return your display based on that issue?
post #4009 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My Crossover 27Q SUDDENLY DIED!!!
On December 5th - I turned on my system - the monitor came on showing boot screen, Win 7 start up and the desktop for about one minute - then SUDDENLY DIED!!! No display - NO power light in lower right hand corner - green light on power brick on.
Immediately sent Accessorieswhole an email - detailing the problem - got reply several days later after sending second email - they wanted me to disassemble the monitor and test the pc board - what a crock-eh!!
Today they finally answered and said essentially that they couldn't find my sale back in May and said that I had to make sure to make sure the monitor was in fact not working - what another crock!!
Bottom line - BEWARE OF BUYING A KOREAN MONITOR - ESPECIALLY FROM ACCESSORIESWHOLE!!

I'm having exactly the same problem. The monitor died after just a couple weeks. I have contacted my seller Astrobile today, but I am yet to receive an answer.
I'm really crossing my fingers that this is just a bad power adapter. I have tried two different cables in to the adapter, with no luck. I randomly managed to get the monitor light to glow red, but it just blinked to blue for a sec when I pressed the on button, before going back to red again.

Since this monitor has an external adapter, does this mean that it doesn't have a regular power supply inside? I bought the Crossover because the power supply died on my old 2494HM, it really sucks to have this happen again. Well, I just hope everything ends up well.

If you manage to locate the source of the issue, please let me know! thumb.gif
Edited by froleo - 12/14/12 at 6:01pm
post #4010 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by froleo View Post

I'm having exactly the same problem. The monitor died after just a couple weeks. I have contacted my seller Astrobile today, but I am yet to receive an answer.
I'm really crossing my fingers that this is just a bad power adapter. I have tried two different cables in to the adapter, with no luck. I randomly managed to get the monitor light to glow red, but it just blinked to blue for a sec when I pressed the on button, before going back to red again.
Since this monitor has an external adapter, does this mean that it doesn't have a regular power supply inside? I bought the Crossover because the power supply died on my old 2494HM, it really sucks to have this happen again. Well, I just hope everything ends up well.
If you manage to locate the source of the issue, please let me know! thumb.gif

It must be the faulty power switch like what I have with one monitor from astrobile, I emailed him three weeks ago, he never responded, paypal want s me to pay the shipping cost to return the monitor to Korea.

Check your power switch, in my case it either not turning on when I pressed the switch when the monitor is off, and that could went on for 10, 20 press before it would turn on, and same when I am want to turn it off, it would stay on, and I had to press 10, 20 times to turn it off. This is what I had been saying about how poor the "workmanship" these monitors have: none! these are are like stone age gadgets made by mom and pap shops in far east.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Monitors and Displays
Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Monitors and Displays › CrossOver 27Q LED/LED-P, 27M LED, & 2720MDP GOLD LED Monitor Club