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ok well 66hz is better then 60hz lol!
although the difference wont be much i guess.

Plus to make that amount of hz usable, the graphics card would need 66fps right?
and vsync needs to be enabled to see the 6hz difference?
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ok well 66hz is better then 60hz lol!
although the difference wont be much i guess.
Plus to make that amount of hz usable, the graphics card would need 66fps right?
and vsync needs to be enabled to see the 6hz difference?

Graphics card needs to be putting out 66fps (or more), but you do not need vsync.
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ok well 66hz is better then 60hz lol!
although the difference wont be much i guess.
Plus to make that amount of hz usable, the graphics card would need 66fps right?
and vsync needs to be enabled to see the 6hz difference?

You should be able to make use of it without any special methods other than just setting it up.

Mind you, 66hz will introduce much more judder into videos and movies, so use it at your own risk. 60hz is nice since it fits 30 fps and 60fps video sources well, and can make use of 3:2 pulldown for 24fps video (movies). In this case, more is not better. In games, you'll get a little bit better fps at least.
post #4124 of 6483
Received a q27-led today. It worked for an hour then went blank. Opened it up and tested cable connections 3 times but still no picture. Windows recognizes it still and the backlight is on with the blue button showing it has a signal but all I get is a backlit blank screen. PCB is revision 02. Unless someone can help me magically fix this i'm going to try for a refund. These just aren't worth the risk.
post #4125 of 6483
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Received a q27-led today. It worked for an hour then went blank. Opened it up and tested cable connections 3 times but still no picture. Windows recognizes it still and the backlight is on with the blue button showing it has a signal but all I get is a backlit blank screen. PCB is revision 02. Unless someone can help me magically fix this i'm going to try for a refund. These just aren't worth the risk.

they are if you order from best sellers..like accessorieswhole who pays for all the shipping and sells the best panels.
post #4126 of 6483
to the folks who ordered from astrobile and got a "broken" monitor, did you get the 27q pivot model, cause thats the one i ordered....
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to the folks who ordered from astrobile and got a "broken" monitor, did you get the 27q pivot model, cause thats the one i ordered....
Best of luck to ya...
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post #4128 of 6483
Just wanted to post, I ordered from "Accessorieswhole" and got my monitor today.

A+ to him, and I will post a video with me opening the box.

I have literally 2 dead pixels, one in the very right corner and one in the very left corner (both are extremely small and cannot be seen unless my face is literally right up on the monitor).

Amazing...
post #4129 of 6483
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Received a q27-led today. It worked for an hour then went blank. Opened it up and tested cable connections 3 times but still no picture. Windows recognizes it still and the backlight is on with the blue button showing it has a signal but all I get is a backlit blank screen. PCB is revision 02. Unless someone can help me magically fix this i'm going to try for a refund. These just aren't worth the risk.
Hmm from what seller did your monitor come from?
I would try a other cable though...ask someone for it to borrow.

My monitor from bcc is just to late for delivery this morning. It will be delivered in 4-9 hours.
Edited by borgqueenx - 12/20/12 at 12:19am
post #4130 of 6483
Received my crossover. before i want to say anything, i would like to know how to use a different resolution. In far cry 3 i cant set a different resolution. In Crysis Warhead i can, but then i see a part full screen crysis warhead and a part windows.
how can i get 1080p full screen on this monitor?
someone said its possible but i have no idea how. 2560x1440 gets me a FPS that isnt really playable frown.gif
i have a GTX660.

edit: i have seen its possible to do in windows display settings now. but how to do it in a game? is there software that can make me chance resolutions in game?
Edited by borgqueenx - 12/20/12 at 3:05am
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