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post #4271 of 6483
sounds like something is loose somewhere and you get a 1 yr warranty with AW so if you can't get it fixed they will figure it out with you one way or another I'd imagine.
post #4272 of 6483
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sounds like something is loose somewhere and you get a 1 yr warranty with AW so if you can't get it fixed they will figure it out with you one way or another I'd imagine.
Yeah, I'm hoping that it's just a PCB problem which I could get the replacement part for. I sent AW that email two days ago, maybe they're still on their Christmas break but I'm hoping to hear back soon.
post #4273 of 6483
well they def don't answer on weekends and not sure how korea celebrates with new years eve/day being off or what.
post #4274 of 6483
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well they def don't answer on weekends and not sure how korea celebrates with new years eve/day being off or what.

I'm pretty sure New Years holiday will delay shipping.
post #4275 of 6483
make sure you have the wall socket cable pushed into the brick as much as it can go (what are you using to go from brick to wall socket?), and what gpu are you using?
Edited by m.oreilly - 12/30/12 at 9:47pm
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post #4276 of 6483
Well I called BCC bigclothcraft and spoke to a lady who spoke broken English. She apologized that the monitors were still sitting in the warehouse waiting to be shipped out, and she promised me they would be shipped out before 5 (Korea time).

Its 5:30 KST, and my shipment is still saying "A UPS shipping label has been created. Once the shipment arrives at our facility, the tracking status will be updated."

My banks claims department is closed now, but I think when I wake up tomorrow, the first thing I will do is file for a charge back

15 days. It has been 15 days since I paid bcc ( bigclothcraft ) and still no monitor, or a sign of a monitor. My advice to anyone here, is if your wanting your monitor delivered in a timely manner, avoid bcc ( bigclothcraft ) like the plague.
post #4277 of 6483
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glad it's working, but it's the weekend now and AW prob won't answer till monday morning their time.
read the description! says out of stock! AW bumps the up to 1k when he is out of stock so he doesn't lose the listing and presence.

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post #4278 of 6483
Okay, so I'm still very hesitant to pull the trigger on these Korean ones because it's a hit-or-miss - I've read so many issues on this thread either with the monitor itself or with the delivery....
But let's say I give it a chance.

Now I'm hesitating between a non-pixel perfect from AW or a Pixel Perfect from BCC.
AW don't have Pixel Perfect ones at the moment, I emailed them to know if there will be any soon, here's the response:
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Thank you for your interest on Accessorieswhole.
We are also trying our best to get pixel perfect monitors but have not have it in stock.

Sincerely,

So I must confess I'm rather scared... If they do not have any pixel perfect in stock, does it mean that they know that the ones they have in stock have dead pixels? headscratch.gif

I contacted BigClothCraft To know about the rev., as I've been advised to demand a rev.3 so I asked for a rev.3. Here's their response:
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Im sorry for the late reply.
What do you mean by 'Rev.1, 2, or 3'?
I will hear from you.

Best Regards

Okay so they don't know eek.gif... What am I supposd to respond?

I also contacted BigClothCraft again to know about their Pixel Perfect policy, as they claim to have Pixel Perfect units at the moment, and I've been told that only AccessoriesWhole REALLY check their Pixel Perfect units before shipping.. Here's the response:
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Perfect pixel version allows 1 black dot dead pixel.
Manufacturer also verify dead but
we also do our personal inspection for the monitor.

We have 1 year of seller warranty for faulty monitor.
Dead pixel matter also can be the reason of returning.

Best Regards


OK so what should I do with each seller and would you guys advice me to purchase a Pixel Perfect unit from BCC or a simple unit from AW? They're roughly the same price...
I often read that BCC is not very responsive once the monitor is ordered, they take a week or two to send it, give fake tracking numbers, send several e-mails always saying that the monitor will be shipped "tomorrow", etc. but they're still the second recommended seller with AW.
post #4279 of 6483
people, as we have said 100x buying pixel perfects aren't worth it. especially if you buy from AW. they have less than 3 pixel policy and sell only A panels. other sellers sell A- for exception of maybe 1 other. AW also gives you a yr warranty and a day and half shipping from korea to the U.S... not all countries have free trade agreement with Korea like the U.S. does so it may take longer to get through your customs.

I got 3 from aw. not one issue, all non pixel perfects. honestly if 1 -3 pixels bothers you out of 3,686,400 pixels then I don't know what to tell you. Every monitor including ones from big manufactures can have dead pixels/light bleed. It isn't guaranteed. Even by U.S. law, it isn't guaranteed you don't have dead pixels.


just buy the koreans, you won't be disappointed, but choose the best sellers even if they cost more. It's worth it.

Just remember I got 3 crossovers for price of 1 dell or apple thunderbolt and it's same identical monitor as the apple just with metal casing and a good stand. If these koreans were as much as a dell, apple, hp, asus. I wouldn't have ever bought into 1440p.
Edited by Descadent - 12/31/12 at 8:43am
post #4280 of 6483
Yeah, thanks for the input. The only thing bothering me is the custom fees, I live in France and they tax like hell here. So depnding on how I might be taxed at the custom, (again, another hit or miss) I may end up with a not-so-cheap product and I could just buy a good 1440p in my country for not that much more.

Are the Crossover 27Q LED superior to the SAMSUNG SyncMaster S27A850D?

Also, what makes me hesitate to pull the triggger on a 1440p is obviously the response time of these monitors. I'm not an extreme-hardcore gamer but I'm an enthusiast gamer and I play FPS among other games... I don't want my controls to be mushy, evn slightly... I don't want ghosting or things like that... I hear conflicting info on the 1440p monitors, with some saying that the latency is not noticeable at all and gaming experience is top-notch, others saying the opposite...

Can you guys confirm that a Crossover 27Q-LED (I choose only that one so I avoid input lag) is really A-OK for gaming? Have you compared with a TN low-response monitor? (I play with one for now).
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