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Here is something I made quickly just as sort of an overview and just 7680x1440 on bf3. I was getting between 52-57 fps during this short demo.
enjoy and remember to play it in 1080p!


Ah beat me to it bro. Im still waiting on my rig to be finished. Can''t wait to try 4x gtx classifieds and 3930k OC'd on my tri crossover setup.
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Like we've told you before, AW made a perfectly reasonable request and you need to follow it if you want to RMA.

Sir-

I'm sorry - but I don't see ANYTHING "perfectly reasonable" about tearing the monitor apart and making the repairs myself. If I had known that PRIOR to purchasing the 27Q - I would have NEVER bought it. If I had known that ACCESSORIESWHOLE was going to not communicate with me after the sale - I would have NEVER bought from them.

Since this is a forum - its intent is for the members to share experiences - get help from others and help others with their purchasing decisions. All I'm attempting to do is expose the potential pitfalls of buying a monitor from a vendor in Korea. I am out $425 at the moment and many people may not be able to afford this large an expense for something that is notoriously FAILING in actual use.

My personal solution to the problem was to purchase a Dell S2740L from Costco for $300 with a three year Advance Shipment warranty. And even though the Dell is a 27 inch monitor with 1920 x 1080 resolution - it actually has a superior looking display than the Crossover 27Q.
Edited by bigmike7 - 12/21/12 at 4:44pm
post #4163 of 6483
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Sir-
I'm sorry - but I don't see ANYTHING "perfectly reasonable" about tearing the monitor apart and making the repairs myself. If I had known that PRIOR to purchasing the 27Q - I would have NEVER bought it. If I had known that ACCESSORIESWHOLE was going to not communicate with me after the sale - I would have NEVER bought from them.
Since this is a forum - its intent is for the members to share experiences - get help from others and help others with their purchasing decisions. All I'm attempting to do is expose the potential pitfalls of buying a monitor from a vendor in Korea. I am out $425 at the moment and many people may not be able to afford this large an expense for something that is notoriously FAILING in actual use.
My personal solution to the problem was to purchase a Dell S2740L from Costco for $300 with a three year Advance Shipment warranty. And even though the Dell is a 27 inch monitor with 1980 x 1040 resolution - it actually has a superior looking display than the Crossover 27Q.
Useless to discuss with you.
Go try to return it for a refund.
And its bull**** that the cheap dell looks better. Ive seen numerous displays now and my crossover is the best.
Skip the troll people.
post #4164 of 6483
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Sir-
I'm sorry - but I don't see ANYTHING "perfectly reasonable" about tearing the monitor apart and making the repairs myself. If I had known that PRIOR to purchasing the 27Q - I would have NEVER bought it. If I had known that ACCESSORIESWHOLE was going to not communicate with me after the sale - I would have NEVER bought from them.
Since this is a forum - its intent is for the members to share experiences - get help from others and help others with their purchasing decisions. All I'm attempting to do is expose the potential pitfalls of buying a monitor from a vendor in Korea. I am out $425 at the moment and many people may not be able to afford this large an expense for something that is notoriously FAILING in actual use.
My personal solution to the problem was to purchase a Dell S2740L from Costco for $300 with a three year Advance Shipment warranty. And even though the Dell is a 27 inch monitor with 1980 x 1040 resolution - it actually has a superior looking display than the Crossover 27Q.

sounds like you are the only one ever with an issue with AW. and dell with a 1980x1040 res? what is that? and looks better...rolleyes.gif

plus AW is in this thread. they see what you are saying, take a chill and get the problem solved with them in an adult manner. You have to do your part too when we are talking about a transaction that's so far away. Our experiences and their ebay feedback with AW have been flawless.
Edited by Descadent - 12/21/12 at 6:54am
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I would just like to say thank you very much to everyone for all of the comments and advice in this thread. I decided to take the plunge and ordered one. It arrived yesterday :-)
The display is just awesome it's just so crisp and clean.

Thank you and a very Merry Christmas to you all.

Darren
post #4166 of 6483
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Sir-
I'm sorry - but I don't see ANYTHING "perfectly reasonable" about tearing the monitor apart and making the repairs myself. If I had known that PRIOR to purchasing the 27Q - I would have NEVER bought it. If I had known that ACCESSORIESWHOLE was going to not communicate with me after the sale - I would have NEVER bought from them.
Since this is a forum - its intent is for the members to share experiences - get help from others and help others with their purchasing decisions. All I'm attempting to do is expose the potential pitfalls of buying a monitor from a vendor in Korea. I am out $425 at the moment and many people may not be able to afford this large an expense for something that is notoriously FAILING in actual use.
My personal solution to the problem was to purchase a Dell S2740L from Costco for $300 with a three year Advance Shipment warranty. And even though the Dell is a 27 inch monitor with 1980 x 1040 resolution - it actually has a superior looking display than the Crossover 27Q.


"IF" you read the thread like you claim you did. Then you would know that the request to open up your Monitor and troubleshoot has been asked a lot of times before. So again, this is on you. You don't wish to follow instructions and your researching skills is in need of fine tuning. I will say sorry for the issues your arriving at but this is only due to your reckless way of thinking and not preparing. These monitor's are great if you know whats in-store and how to fix it. If you jump the gun and expect the whole nine yards then go buy a Apple Thunderbolt, sinceit will be covered in your 999$ charge.


Also your not out of luck if your really going to not going to do whats told of you. So how about this, maybe your listening skills can comprehend these steps.
1. Purchase Square Trade Warranty
2. File claim with Square Trade.
3. Get compensated for full payment of monitor.

Easy?



Again for all newcomers, read read read. This thread and my review. It covers everything and anything you need. Don't skim, or skip. If your really interested as I was before I bought mine you will take the time and learn everything that is or ever was the case on this monitor.
Edited by Cloudz00x - 12/21/12 at 8:08am
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+1 indeed, it's called due diligence.
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GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! Long story short, my monitor has arrived and is awesome!

Long story:
I ordered a 27Q LED (white back, all aluminum model, not pixel perfect) from Astrobile (Lightnspace) before the recent wave of bad reviews! I ordered on the 7th, and he marked it as dispatched on the 10th and issued me a tracking number that didnt really do anything. I messaged him a couple of times over the coming week asking about it. He responded on the 16th saying sorry for the delay (in terrible English of course) and then the tracking number started working (he directed me to epantos.com which then directed me to Parcel Force). According to Parcel Force's tracking, he actually shipped on the 15th. The package made it to the UK on the 17th and took its sweet time getting through customs and to my local Parcel Force depot. I went and collected it myself today as they weren't going to send it to me until the 24th! All in all I paid £210 for the monitor + £42 after customs (of which £13 was some Parcel Force "handling fee"). Note to anyone using Parcel Force - phone them up as soon as it gets to your depot, otherwise you will have to wait until they send you a letter telling you to pay your custom fees and then pay them before they ship.

It arrived inside a CrossOver box with no extra external protection. Inside the box the monitor was well packaged (just like pictures posted by people earlier) and physically intact! It came with the appropriate Korean to English adaptor which I haven't used as I was able to just plug an existing kettle cable into the power pack. I have the monitor plugged into one of the dual link DVI ports on one of my 6950 (running XFire and have a second 24" panel plugged in and working fine). The PC boots up fine and the monitor displays the bios no problem. I have it booted into windows and have applied the ICC profile from TFT central in windows 8 and it looks awesome. The cheap 24" Benq G2420HDBL sitting next to it looks shabby tongue.gif

I haven't spotted any dead/stuck pixels so far which is pretty great. On a black screen with the brightness down low I can notice some back light bleed from the bottom corners but its barely noticeable normally.

So in summary, aside from the dodgy communication and dispatch, the panel Astrobile sent to me is sweet! biggrin.gif
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GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! Long story short, my monitor has arrived and is awesome!
Long story:
I ordered a 27Q LED (white back, all aluminum model, not pixel perfect) from Astrobile (Lightnspace) before the recent wave of bad reviews! I ordered on the 7th, and he marked it as dispatched on the 10th and issued me a tracking number that didnt really do anything. I messaged him a couple of times over the coming week asking about it. He responded on the 16th saying sorry for the delay (in terrible English of course) and then the tracking number started working (he directed me to epantos.com which then directed me to Parcel Force). According to Parcel Force's tracking, he actually shipped on the 15th. The package made it to the UK on the 17th and took its sweet time getting through customs and to my local Parcel Force depot. I went and collected it myself today as they weren't going to send it to me until the 24th! All in all I paid £210 for the monitor + £42 after customs (of which £13 was some Parcel Force "handling fee"). Note to anyone using Parcel Force - phone them up as soon as it gets to your depot, otherwise you will have to wait until they send you a letter telling you to pay your custom fees and then pay them before they ship.
It arrived inside a CrossOver box with no extra external protection. Inside the box the monitor was well packaged (just like pictures posted by people earlier) and physically intact! It came with the appropriate Korean to English adaptor which I haven't used as I was able to just plug an existing kettle cable into the power pack. I have the monitor plugged into one of the dual link DVI ports on one of my 6950 (running XFire and have a second 24" panel plugged in and working fine). The PC boots up fine and the monitor displays the bios no problem. I have it booted into windows and have applied the ICC profile from TFT central in windows 8 and it looks awesome. The cheap 24" Benq G2420HDBL sitting next to it looks shabby tongue.gif
I haven't spotted any dead/stuck pixels so far which is pretty great. On a black screen with the brightness down low I can notice some back light bleed from the bottom corners but its barely noticeable normally.
So in summary, aside from the dodgy communication and dispatch, the panel Astrobile sent to me is sweet! biggrin.gif
you better hope it stays working^^
If it dies dont panic. Ask the seller for revision number he send you...AFTER he replied to that ask if he got replacement parts...but for now be happy with it.
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I have a similar experience. I just got my 27Q LED-P from Astrobile yesterday. I read all the complaints about him after I placed my order. Besides that it took a fortnight to arrive I have no complaints about him. Maybe I was lucky.

Monitor costed 300€. Customs added Finnish VAT 23% 69€. So total cost was 369€.

Monitor is absolutely great. I haven't found any defect pixels. Maybe I just didn't find them :-) I ran tests from http://www.flexcode.org/lcd2.html

My main reason for writing is my problems with display shutting down refusing to wake up. It wakes up by itself after a while and after another while shuts down again. Checked with 2 dual-DVI cables. Checked power brick issues: 24,5V OK. I reinstalled graphics drivers clean install. Played with refresh rates 57Hz...64Hz.

All the time thinking monitor is probably faulty, finally narrowed it down to my graphics card Nvidia GTX 260.

To get monitor working with GTX260:
- from 2 DVIs only 1 is actually dual-DVI
- leave the other DVI empty. If anything is connected to other port (HDMI-TV, other monitor even when they are off) crossover keeps shutting down randomly.

Now everything is working smoothly!

I want to be able to use HDMI-TV at the same time. Thinking of buying ASUS HD7850-DC2-2GD5-V2 next. Any comments?


Lousy picture but I was trying to demonstrate that there is plenty of room for several browser windows.



Happy Holidays Everyone!


UPDATE:
It seems the failure was due to DVI-cable. I changed it back to the one that came with package. It is working wonderfully now even with HDMI-TV at the same time.
Edited by csjanne - 12/22/12 at 5:39am
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