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What sort of input do I need to run this monitor on my video card?
    
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

You shouldn't have to replace PCBs in your monitor D:

100% agree, but when it's easier to ship a new pcb than to ship a monitor back to korea, then wait on a new one. it's to simple to do that. alot of people have simply just wanted a new pcb, but you don't have to replace your pcb's

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What sort of input do I need to run this monitor on my video card?



as stated everywhere, even the very first post and all throughout every korean thread, listed on every ebay listing.

dl-dvi with a card that can do 2560x1440
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Originally Posted by m.oreilly View Post

monitor failed this evening. black lines appeared, desktop then began to fade, until nothing was visible but the backlight. tried several power bricks (from doublesight monitors, which have much more rugged transformers), different gpu, cables, tried the monitor on two other dual dvi capable systems. as soon as the monitor 'warms' up, the screen fades, does it in bios too...sucks. it looks like a perfect panel too...

Ouch. Where did you buy it and how old is the monitor?
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100% agree, but when it's easier to ship a new pcb than to ship a monitor back to korea, then wait on a new one. it's to simple to do that. alot of people have simply just wanted a new pcb, but you don't have to replace your pcb's
as stated everywhere, even the very first post and all throughout every korean thread, listed on every ebay listing.
dl-dvi with a card that can do 2560x1440

It's weird though because I see some video cards accept these inputs:

Dvi-I (single link)
Dvi-I (dual link)
Dvi-d(single link)
Dvi-d(dual link)

Still confused about which specific dvi-d I need

Fwiw, I was look at this card...


Sapphire Radeon Vapor-X HD 7970 GHZ OC 6GB DDR5 DL-DVI-I / SL-DVI-D / HDMI / Dual Mini DP PCI-Express Graphics 11197-05-40G
Edited by NotReadyYet - 1/1/13 at 10:12am
    
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dl-dvi-i or dl dvi-d

that card will of course work. every current gen card will unless it's extremely weak and entry, maybe not
Edited by Descadent - 1/1/13 at 10:28am
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most of the people who have had problems, didn't buy them from the best seller and if they did. they were promptly taken care of with receiving new monitors or pcbs. Only issue I had was one of the power supplies died and AW shipped me a new one in a day and half just like them monitors for free.

guess who i bought mine from... rolleyes.gif
i don't hold out for a speedy resolve, if any. they got $420 from me, i'm on the other side of the world, can't afford to ship it back...not a very good situation, at least for me. i would never do this again, and i warn any who read these korean monitor threads to avoid falling for them. period. save up and get a real monitor like the apple glossy, or any of the new asus/sammy/dell offerings. this is not worth the hassle and your money.
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Ouch. Where did you buy it and how old is the monitor?
from AW, had it since this last friday morning, so a few days of flawless performance followed by total failure. not worth it. buy a real monitor. don't waste your time on these. any of them. the electronics are awful, and they don't care, as if they did, you would not see the massive failure rate of not just this model, but all the cheap korean monitors. i drank the coolaid. not happy with the outcome. feel like i was ripped off. my fault.
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They pay for the shipping back to them you know that right? and it's the same monitor as the "apple glossy" except for the casing, so good logic there. sound like you need to work it out with AW because there are more than enough people to prove these monitors are badass and worth it. it is still the holiday too.
Edited by Descadent - 1/1/13 at 10:48am
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all i hear from forums is that they (the user/purchaser) get stuck with the shipping. haven't read a success story anywhere re seller honoring return shipping. i'm out money i could have spent at least on the microcenter 27" ips. still kicking myself for not going with that model. $30 more because of tax, but having their warranty and rep for making things good, i would have paid $150 more for peace of mind, after this epic failure...
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from AW, had it since this last friday morning, so a few days of flawless performance followed by total failure. not worth it. buy a real monitor. don't waste your time on these. any of them. the electronics are awful, and they don't care, as if they did, you would not see the massive failure rate of not just this model, but all the cheap korean monitors. i drank the coolaid. not happy with the outcome. feel like i was ripped off. my fault.

Ouch. It sure sucks. I wouldn't like this to happen to me, even if they pay for the shipping and all, I'd still have to ship it to Korea, wait for it to ship, wait for them to ship it back... Sucks. Still, this happens. AW specifically says they pay for the shipping back and there's a warranty, you took a contract with them when you bought it, so I trust it will be sorted out. Don't just stay here and throw your monitor away when they will clearly replace it. Ship it back, I mean, what do you have to lose? I've read people who did it. Now keep us informed. Your feedback on how they treat your case will be very worth noting for all of us. AW follows this thread, they posted here several times, I don't think they want any negative feedback.



OK On another note, did anyone try the 30Q5 pro? These ones are pleasing to my eyes... they are doing sweet prices on those now. For the moment I've read nothing but people saying they're not interested in these because they're not LED rolleyes.gif
Unless I missed something it's not that big of a deal. Or is it? What's the problem? it's still an IPS panel, if they're good I'd rather take one of those, 30" 2560x1600... and 16/10 (THAT'S great).... Frankly, on the paper I prefer these models, I just don't see any feedback... Anyone?
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