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Originally Posted by m.oreilly View Post

well, now they want me to open up the monitor and tug at stuff...after talking to an electrical engineer, it looks like a pcb component issue, so i'm not going to bother with possibly damaging the monitor further by disassembling it...i hope they get the gist here...

just be a man and open it up, you realize if it's a pcb issue it's plug and play and you won't even have to spend the money to send it to their warehouse and they can overnight you a pcb. it's literally plug and play and maybe a few screws!

and calm down. no need to flip the hell out and attack other members. AW is trying to work with you here and they are trying to narrow down the problem before you spend the money and they spend the money if it is as simple as something like the pcb. even your "electrical engineer" should know that.

It is a cheaper option for all parties to just check if it's the pcb. several members have already done this and turnover time is alot faster and cheaper for everyone instead of shipping old monitor back. them replacing it pcb for you or sending you a new one from korea.
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hey, it works...i'll wait for a day or three before i say it is 'fixed', but the thing is so dang pretty, i had to go against my better judgment and tear it down...a caveat, a possible one, with these. future buyers, take note: you may have to take it apart to see if it works...

so after all that rage, it's fixed? "contents may have shifted during flight"
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Originally Posted by Kent3888 View Post

Anybody kind enough to clarify this for me?
Can I connect the Crossover 2720MDP LED Gold to my laptop with Display Port output directly and able to display full resolution 2560X1440P. I'm using a HP Envy 15 with build in ATI 7690M. Please enlighten me. Appreciate your feedback.
below link is my laptop model if u need to know.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=sg&lc=en&dlc=en&docname=c03202976
I'm dying to find out as I got email reply from Accessories Whole that these monitor does not support laptop display AT ALL?

The monitor has a dp port, your laptop has a display port. As long as the 7690 supports 2560x1440 then yes.
Edited by Descadent - 1/4/13 at 6:02am
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U have Dual Link DVI on your MBP? or u using mini DP on ur MBP then use active adapter to Dual Link DVI?
Dual Link DVI.
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Thanks for clarifying and boost my confidence, I have proceed to order a 2720MDP LED Gold from AW, yohoo shud reach me by Next Wednesday if everything goes right
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So will anybody can help me????
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So will anybody can help me????

I'm no expert when it comes to things like this, but problems occurring after a certain amount of time is usually caused by components overheating. If you can recreate the problem by just having the screen on for 20-ish minutes then I'd say there isn't sufficient cooling on either one of the the circut boards.
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Originally Posted by Cloudz00x View Post

The new ports are considered 1.3a
If your buying a moitor that says it has 1.3a, then yea I "assume" it goes up to 2560x1440. Never tried it myself but that was specs says.
As for the limitation yea, its just how it is. the 1080p market is saturated and all other hdmi connections are just at 1080.

Has anyone tried 2560x1440 resolution on latest Crossover 2720MDP LED GOLD? eBay description says it supports this resolution via HDMI.
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Has anyone tried 2560x1440 resolution on latest Crossover 2720MDP LED GOLD? eBay description says it supports this resolution via HDMI.
I personally don't think that you can do 2560x1440 via HDMI on the 2720MDP. In all likelihood, it would max out at 1920x1200. Here's a user post to clarify your doubts - http://goo.gl/ikpb7
Not too sure about the 2730MDP though.
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I personally don't think that you can do 2560x1440 via HDMI on the 2720MDP. In all likelihood, it would max out at 1920x1080. Here's a user post to clarify your doubts - http://goo.gl/ikpb7
Not too sure about the 2730MDP though.

The graphics card would have to support it too, I don't think the macbook he used does.
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