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post #4131 of 6483
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Originally Posted by borgqueenx View Post

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?

You can try SoftTH.

I would like to play some games with 1080p full screen too. Is it possible?
post #4132 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Klouczech View Post

You can try SoftTH.
I would like to play some games with 1080p full screen too. Is it possible?
yep its possible. i will post first impressions in about 30minutes.
post #4133 of 6483
ok so i got my crossover led-p from bigclothcraft today.

i have no idea why this monitor has a screw on the back.... i removed the screw and dont intent to put it back in again. i can adjust height, tilt and angle perfectly without any problem.
The weight of this monitor is quite alot. it looks sturdy, good build and solid. (but the weight is a problem if i need to send this monitor back)

Here is a picture of the box after i removed the bubble foil around the box. (those purple things are damage to my iphone's camera.
http://d.pr/i/A4BJ
See that sticker on the side of the box....."zero dead pixel". i ordered a normal version, not a perfect pixel version.
So i thought hmmm i had trouble with communication with this seller maybe they shipped a pixel perfect version instead.

And yeah after plugging in the monitor i checked about 5 minutes for dead pixels on a full green blue and red screen, and i could not find dead or stuck pixels. But i had done my research and know that these A- panels must have a other problem then. so i tested them on backlight bleed by making the screen black and brightness all up. Unfortunatly there is indeed some light bleed. its quite bad when viewed at a black background, but i really tried to search for it while normal windows use and couldnt see it at all.
http://d.pr/i/PmAB
(again, the purple stuff is damage of my iphone camera and that white dot is my mouse pointer)
So yeah, light bleeding, but i dont give a poop since its only noticable for me at a black screen.

first games i had problems using the resolution for some reason when i restarted some games i could select resolutions again. Works fine now to select 1080p................but you will not do that. you will put other graphics down but keep the resolution. for example in far cry 3 with 2x AA and this resolution i do not see aliasing anymore. everything is 100% smooth edged and it looks awesome.

a minor thing i do not like is the screen is a dust magnet. there is no dust behind the screen, but there is on the screen. while checking dead pixels i keep seeing small dots where i thought it maybe was a pixel, but its all dust gathering on the screen. i hope this ends soon....its probaly because its new tech....new tech usally collects dust.

The colors on this display are not really better then the dell 2408WFP i had before borrowed from my brother. maybe by a small amount but definatly not much. The brightness of this display goes good enough. but well the 2408wfp was also praised for its colors for a 800 euro monitor that day so this is pretty good news that colors are comparable.
i also have the feeling blacks are on desame level as the wfp....wich means i cant tell anything about how deep the black goes. its desame as im used to.

All in all im very happy with this purchase. it works (right now) and hope it stays working. the last 2 days i got in contact with a leo from BCC. i recommend to ask in your ebay message for leo. the guy is much more helpful then other people at that company.
It began with a bad story, people lieing to me about shipping.
But this turned out to be a good purchase(so far, i have no idea how long it will last, but the outside quality doesnt say it falls apart quickly!)

If you ask for a leo at BCC, i also recommend you to purchase this monitor.

And about customs tax, be careful in the netherlands with values. they quickly think 27inch must be at least worth 400usd here. i purchased it and it was valued at 116dollar not including shipping and dhl told me i had to pay 74,13 euro. thats not 21% of what i had to pay!!! so they wanted more then 21% tax!
But.....someone at DHL(gotta love them) screwed up....at the door i had to sign that i received it and then the driver quickly stepped back into his car and drove away.....Nothing about paying something! So i keep that 74 euro while 2 people at dhl confirmed i had to pay it today! dont expect yourself to be so lucky though!

Im very pleased today with this beauty of a monitor. go get one!(read: to get one at BCC or AW)
post #4134 of 6483
post #4135 of 6483
Hi All

Calling out to the 2720MD owners out there.

I need to connect this to my 6990 via Display Port as I plan to get a 2nd one at some point and the 6990 comes with 1 x DL-DVI and 4 x Mini Display Ports. The DP-DVI Adapters are only SL-DVI so DP is the logical way to go.

Question is, any issues with DP at all. I understand the 2720's have a bit more input lag the 27Q's. Has anyone noticed it ?

Cheers
post #4136 of 6483
also i'd like to add that i didnt feel the need to chance color profiles. alot of persons said it was needed because a yellow or blue tint....well i do not see those tints.
colors are even everywhere and nice balanced.
post #4137 of 6483
Yo-

My continuing saga with ACCESSORIESWHOLE regarding my DEAD Crossover 27Q Monitor.

It has been two weeks since my monitor suddenly died after having it for almost seven months.
Communication with ACCESSORIESWHOLE is now me sending five emails through eBay and him sending two and still nothing resolved.
The last communication from ACCESSORIESWHOLE wanted me to open up the monitor and test the pcboards. I have assured them that this monitor is DEAD.
ACCESSORIESWHOLE very obviously wants to sell you a monitor and ignore you when something happens.

For those of you that think that Square Trade warranty protects you while the monitor is in the first warranty year - based on my experience of trying to file a claim with them - they have said that I have to get the monitor repaired by ACCESSORIESWHOLE and that their warranty doesn't start until the second year.

@Koehler - DOA means Dead On Arrival - meaning when you first take a product out of the box and it doesn't work. So before you go around flipping out your misguided views - get your terminology correct before being critical.
post #4138 of 6483
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Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My continuing saga with ACCESSORIESWHOLE regarding my DEAD Crossover 27Q Monitor.
It has been two weeks since my monitor suddenly died after having it for almost seven months.
Communication with ACCESSORIESWHOLE is now me sending five emails through eBay and him sending two and still nothing resolved.
The last communication from ACCESSORIESWHOLE wanted me to open up the monitor and test the pcboards. I have assured them that this monitor is DEAD.
ACCESSORIESWHOLE very obviously wants to sell you a monitor and ignore you when something happens.
For those of you that think that Square Trade warranty protects you while the monitor is in the first warranty year - based on my experience of trying to file a claim with them - they have said that I have to get the monitor repaired by ACCESSORIESWHOLE and that their warranty doesn't start until the second year.
@Koehler - DOA means Dead On Arrival - meaning when you first take a product out of the box and it doesn't work. So before you go around flipping out your misguided views - get your terminology correct before being critical.

Like we've told you before, AW made a perfectly reasonable request and you need to follow it if you want to RMA.
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post #4139 of 6483
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Originally Posted by bigmike7 View Post

Yo-
My continuing saga with ACCESSORIESWHOLE regarding my DEAD Crossover 27Q Monitor.
It has been two weeks since my monitor suddenly died after having it for almost seven months.
Communication with ACCESSORIESWHOLE is now me sending five emails through eBay and him sending two and still nothing resolved.
The last communication from ACCESSORIESWHOLE wanted me to open up the monitor and test the pcboards. I have assured them that this monitor is DEAD.
ACCESSORIESWHOLE very obviously wants to sell you a monitor and ignore you when something happens.
For those of you that think that Square Trade warranty protects you while the monitor is in the first warranty year - based on my experience of trying to file a claim with them - they have said that I have to get the monitor repaired by ACCESSORIESWHOLE and that their warranty doesn't start until the second year.
@Koehler - DOA means Dead On Arrival - meaning when you first take a product out of the box and it doesn't work. So before you go around flipping out your misguided views - get your terminology correct before being critical.
check revisions of your boards and ask for replacement boards. not expensive, easily replaced...
Every ebay seller doesnt like warrenty.
i also think BCC wont give me warrenty if it comes to that time.

and i agree with the person above me.
just do as he asks and be done with it. this way he can be sure of his own things he wants to check.
post #4140 of 6483
Hey guys, just got mine, can't seem to get any image to show on mine. Tried both dvi ports on my 670 using the included cable, backlight tuns on, windows recognizes it but no picture. Going to go grab another dvi cable later today and see if it's just a bad cable hopefully.
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