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post #411 of 6483
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So far , I am very happy. I will also check for the Output Voltage. I live in Canada and voltage is 120/240v so I will check that out. I think the power brick is actually a 110-230v. Will post my experience tonight.

Canada is not 240V, in fact no country is 120/240. It's an EITHER / OR situation. See map here:

Source:http://users.telenet.be/worldstandards/electricity.htm
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post #412 of 6483
Set my monitor up 4 days ago, now today I restarted my computer and monitor turned off. I reset the power and dvi, no power. Perhaps my the power adapter died? It is the 100v-240 type as well
post #413 of 6483
Can this overclock at all?
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Originally Posted by Prothean View Post

Hey your CrossOver logo is different. It says Cross8ver and the font is different.
FvVNU.jpg?5
Who did you buy from?

My crossover looks like this too, recieved from dcsamsungmall yesterday. I wondered about it because this logo sucks. Almost wonder if the factory is making a ripoff to sell more around the OEM, or if it had something to do with dcsamsungmall offering a PSU that would work here.
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My crossover looks like this too, recieved from dcsamsungmall yesterday. I wondered about it because this logo sucks. Almost wonder if the factory is making a ripoff to sell more around the OEM, or if it had something to do with dcsamsungmall offering a PSU that would work here.

The logo seems legit:

http://crosslcd.co.kr/main.html?tmp=product&pg=27HTLED

Maybe they're using this "new" logo going forward.
post #417 of 6483
hey all
i've been watching this thread and i just joined the forum since as of today i'm another happy 27Q owner. first off id like to thank everyone for their input and feedback on the monitors. It was really helpful as well as motivating.
So after reading so many good impressions its now my turn to say how awesome this monitor looks and so far, is. Even though im nothing sort of an expert and dont do any graphic work on the computer i can appreciate a good display when i see one. I haven't noticed any bad pixels so far but i do experience backlight bleed on the upper left and right side of the monitor. This is only noticeable in a dark room however. IPS glow is there too, and blacks are not compared to plasma panels -no surprise- but that's about it. Colors look great (even without calibration) and the resolution.. well, i really need to find some way to fill all this area.

This thing really is a steal. A Cinema Display is about 1000 euros while the Crossover goes for 290. Even if i had a couple bad pixels -which i don't, it would still be a good deal. To people that have ordered one and are still waiting on it hang in there, its worth the wait.
post #418 of 6483
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I received the LOADUS power brick which has an input of 190-240V (AC) and an output of 24V (DC). I measured the output voltage with a multimeter and it is outputting 24V (DC) when supplying only 120V (AC). So the power brick seems fine, you just need an old power.

Just an FYI for anyone measuring the DC output of the brick...it's a fairly useless measurement without a load on the output. You'd have to take the measurement while the brick is hooked to the monitor for any kind of useful measurement. And even if you still got 24 volt reading, it still doesn't mean everything is good. By running at half the input voltage you are running twice the current through the front end of the power supply and so if the parts are not rated for that...you could still get early failures.

Most of these supplies are pretty generic and so the parts could easily be rated for 120v and the label just didn't reflect that. Or the parts really could only be rated for 240v operation. No way of knowing without opening up the psu and inspecting... frown.gif
post #419 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Prothean View Post

Hey your CrossOver logo is different. It says Cross8ver and the font is different.
FvVNU.jpg?5
Who did you buy from?

Purchased from dream-seller. I thought it was messed up when I first looked at it since the C looks like it has been scraped off and everything. Same logo as what's on the back too, so it must be legit.
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so there is a glass and non-glass version of this display?
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