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post #421 of 6483
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Originally Posted by ACallander View Post

so there is a glass and non-glass version of this display?

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=Crossover+27Q+LED+tempered+glass&_sacat=0&_odkw=Crossover+27Q+LED-P&_osacat=0&_from=R40

Yes but it has the non-adjustable stand.
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post #422 of 6483
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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

Thanks for the info.

So in the worst case the power brick could fail and we'd need to replace it?
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good lord. USPS says customs have it for inspection, its their fault. Customs says USPS has it because the tracking number is stuck at the "sorting facility". I'm a political science major so I should have expected this crap from the bureaucracy but I guess I was being optimistic. All we can do now is hope for the best. We should get a letter by April 23rd if something is wrong. The customs lady I spoke to said it wasn't that unusual to have to wait a few weeks for this kind of thing, even though I explained to her that similar shipments are clearing in a matter of hours. I'm gonna hit dreamseller back up and see what we can do. He/She was very apologetic in his mail but at this point I just kind of want my money back so that I can buy from DC or someone who can actually get the damn thing into the country without giving me a heart attack level of stress and anxiety about where my hundreds of dollars are tied up.

What seller did you buy yours from? Is it Dream-seller? or ?
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Hi, here are the pictures, need to buy a longer DVI-D cable tomorrow at best buy. I'll receive the dongles tomorrow for extreme 7680x1440 resolution biggrin.gif

I also checked the power brick and the output voltage is 23,86v. I think it will work fine like this. I guess these power bricks are rated 100v /230v. Anyway, check my setup, can't wait to test the third one tomorrow. No dead pixel so far. Little backlight bleeding in the lower right corner like other mentionned.


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post #425 of 6483
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Thanks for the info.
So in the worst case the power brick could fail and we'd need to replace it?

Can't say for sure. If we could measure the 24v output while connected to the monitor at max load (full brightness) and make sure there is a solid 24Vdc then most likely it should be pretty safe to use the power brick. Most power bricks are pretty well isolated between AC and DC sides and so if something failed on the AC side...it shouldn't cause much of a problem on the DC side.

However...it could cause stress/fatigue on parts inside the monitor if the output of the brick isn't a solid DC voltage. If there are small spikes on the DC line then it could cause stress on the parts inside monitor. The only way to really know would be to put an o-cope on the 24V line while under load. Probably could do this by removing the back panel and powering up the monitor. I haven't taken my rear panel off, but I'm assuming there would be fairly easy access to the 24Vdc coming into the monitor.

If I had to guess...I think it is likely just fine to use the power brick on 110V. The brick will likely get a little warmer...but most likely it will be fine. I would be interested in measuring the 24Vdc line though...
post #426 of 6483
Some catleap owners says they have a problem with backlight with minimal brightness. Half screen more dark than another with brightness nearly 0. Has anyone seen this problem with crossover? Could you check crossover's backlight with minimal brightness please.
post #427 of 6483
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Some catleap owners says they have a problem with backlight with minimal brightness. Half screen more dark than another with brightness nearly 0. Has anyone seen this problem with crossover? Could you check crossover's backlight with minimal brightness please.

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post #428 of 6483
Plugged in my crossover, except everything is super blurry (text etc). Am I supposed to reinstall graphics drivers? help!
Edited by tianh - 4/5/12 at 12:37pm
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Plugged in my crossover, except everything is super blurry (text etc). Am I supposed to reinstall graphics drivers? help!

What resolution is it set at?
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What resolution is it set at?

Highest resolution 2560 by 1440 or whatever the monitor is supposed to run at. I did use the DVI cable from my other monitor though, should I use the one they supplied me?
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