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Originally Posted by davidh304 View Post

Had a few questions about the CrossOver 27Q for the people that already own one.

1) I tend to play Massive Multiplayer Online Games and sometimes shooters. Is a 6ms response time slow enough to be noticable?

2) Does the glossy feature on the Korean Monitors make the CrossOver look more like an Iphone 5 display? As a gamer do you like or dislike the glossy screen? The pictures in the first post in this thread seemed pretty reflective and I'd like to know how much that effects viewing.

3) Can I use an after market stand without extensive modification?

4) I was considering using SquareTrade for their extra warranty feauture, is this a good or a bad idea?

5) Is a dead/stuck pixel noticable on this monitor since there are SO MANY PIXELS?

I'm going to be using a Gigabyte GTX 670 (2GB), a Bloomfield Core i7-950@3.3ghz, and a 16GB of Gskill 1600mhz RAM.

Thanks in advance!

most of these answers are in the thread, you can search within the thread.

1. 6ms is one of the best if not the best in ips panels, even 2ms tn panels are not 2ms. There is no blurring. very responsive. This is the last of your worries.

2. It's just a plastic cover over the screen, some reflections yes but when it's on it's negated.

3. Yes it's vesa supported

4. It's a good idea, and it's only $50 I believe. If anything happens past 1yr given by the top sellers, you are still covered.

5. Not really you have to stare hard, most can be massaged out. Most of us don't get any dead pixels even with non pixel perfect monitors.
post #4532 of 6485
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Originally Posted by davidh304 View Post

Had a few questions about the CrossOver 27Q for the people that already own one.

1) I tend to play Massive Multiplayer Online Games and sometimes shooters. Is a 6ms response time slow enough to be noticable?

2) Does the glossy feature on the Korean Monitors make the CrossOver look more like an Iphone 5 display? As a gamer do you like or dislike the glossy screen? The pictures in the first post in this thread seemed pretty reflective and I'd like to know how much that effects viewing.

3) Can I use an after market stand without extensive modification?

4) I was considering using SquareTrade for their extra warranty feauture, is this a good or a bad idea?

5) Is a dead/stuck pixel noticable on this monitor since there are SO MANY PIXELS?

I'm going to be using a Gigabyte GTX 670 (2GB), a Bloomfield Core i7-950@3.3ghz, and a 16GB of Gskill 1600mhz RAM.

Thanks in advance!

1. I don't notice it at all. I doubt that I'm very sensitive to response times, so keep that in mind. I seldom play first person shooters anymore, so I'm not really qualified to comment on sensitivity to response time. I didn't notice any issues with response time in EQ2 or Vanguard. Of course this monitor is new so I'm still focused on trying to redo the UI to fit the screen a little better.

2. I like the glossy screen. I can control my light sources pretty well if need be, but I don't need to. Once there is something displayed on the monitor, I don't notice the reflections at all.

3. Aftermarket stand should be no problem at all. Mounting screws are easily accessible.

4. I have thought about it, and am still thinking about it. It does offset the "bang for the buck" somewhat, but there would be added peace of mind I may be totally wrong, but I figure that if something should happen to the monitor, I would chance being able to resurrect it cheaper than the Square Trade Warranty. Warranty is a choice you are going to have to make on based on your own priorities and risk tolerance.

5. I can't really say. The pixels are tiny, I'm not sure "I" would see one, as my eyes aren't what they used to be and I sit usually 30+ inches away from the monitor. I have not gone on a defective pixel hunt, the theory being, if I don't notice it in normal usage, it's not a problem. If I go on a dedicated pixel hunt and find a dead pixel or two, I'd know they were there and likely obsess over them. I do have a little bleed/glow from the lower left and right corners, but it is mild and only noticeable on black screens. Not an issue for me.

Admittedly, I was a bit apprehensive with the purchase at first, but I'm glad I did. I read nearly all the posts on the different variants of the "Korean 27" monitors, the good and the bad, before I jumped in with my purchase. I settled on the Crossover 27Q and Accessorieswhole. Accessorieswhole was great, and I felt confident they would take care of me should any problems arise. The Crossover 27Q has been great, no problems.

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If you don't get a 3rd, 'm coming over there and taking your 2 due to negligence!

lol nah, the first one I had got mess up. I bought it from dream-seller and he doesn't have a warranty on it, so I just bought another from AW cause of is 1-year warranty.
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post #4534 of 6485
Just wanted to update you guys. I've already purchased 3 monitors from Aw prior for a PC RIG.
I was in talks with him again for another set of 3 for another PC rig being done. Just received 2 today due to shipment being made separately.
After checking the 2, I have to say the monitors are in excellent form.
No Dead Pixels what so ever and trust me I tried to find it! The back light bleed is minimal to non-existent.
The color tint between both monitors are not present so when applying color profiles it looks the same across the monitors.
Green PCB was present in each 1.


A couple things I noticed which are good.
The way the monitor is packed is different. There is more bubble wrap and cushion on the inside to protect the monitor.
The Buttons in the back for Power/Brightness are less stiff. It seems they changed it and it flows better when pressing it.

Overall, this set of restock that AW has is top notch and I urge anyone who is still up against the wall on purchasing these to bite the bullet and execute. You will not regret it.

Here is the link to what I bought:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-P-Perfect-Pixel-27-DVI-LG-S-IPS-QHD-2560X1440-16-9-Monitor-/120926760460?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item1c27cbee0c
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post #4535 of 6485
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Just wanted to update you guys. I've already purchased 3 monitors from Aw prior for a PC RIG.
I was in talks with him again for another set of 3 for another PC rig being done. Just received 2 today due to shipment being made separately.
After checking the 2, I have to say the monitors are in excellent form.
No Dead Pixels what so ever and trust me I tried to find it! The back light bleed is minimal to non-existent.
The color tint between both monitors are not present so when applying color profiles it looks the same across the monitors.
Green PCB was present in each 1.


A couple things I noticed which are good.
The way the monitor is packed is different. There is more bubble wrap and cushion on the inside to protect the monitor.
The Buttons in the back for Power/Brightness are less stiff. It seems they changed it and it flows better when pressing it.

Overall, this set of restock that AW has is top notch and I urge anyone who is still up against the wall on purchasing these to bite the bullet and execute. You will not regret it.

Here is the link to what I bought:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-P-Perfect-Pixel-27-DVI-LG-S-IPS-QHD-2560X1440-16-9-Monitor-/120926760460?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item1c27cbee0c

You went with the PP models? Or is that the wrong link?
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You went with the PP models? Or is that the wrong link?
I'm not sure what Cloud went with, but I went without the PP charge because of AW's reputation, and mine is FLAWLESS. He's right about the packaging. AW obviously packs with extra care. The included adapter is nice, too.
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I'm not sure what Cloud went with, but I went without the PP charge because of AW's reputation, and mine is FLAWLESS. He's right about the packaging. AW obviously packs with extra care. The included adapter is nice, too.

pretty much all the non pixel perfect from AW are. That's what you get with an A panel only policy and less than 3 dead pixel policy! AW might cost more, but that is exactly why.
post #4538 of 6485
Pulled the trigger on this:

★CROSSOVER★NEW 27QD LED BLADE​ 2560x1440 DVI-D Dual LG S-IPS 27" Speaker Monitor

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120972653693

I asked AccessoriesWhole for the latest green PCB and extra bubble wrapping. I paid the extra $50 for the SquareTrade 3 year warranty which was offered by ebay. Any accessories I should buy (replacement power brick, or DVI-Dual cable)?

Thanks to everyone for all the help, this thread has been awesome!
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Pulled the trigger on this:

★CROSSOVER★NEW 27QD LED BLADE​ 2560x1440 DVI-D Dual LG S-IPS 27" Speaker Monitor

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120972653693

I asked AccessoriesWhole for the latest green PCB and extra bubble wrapping. I paid the extra $50 for the SquareTrade 3 year warranty which was offered by ebay. Any accessories I should buy (replacement power brick, or DVI-Dual cable)?

Thanks to everyone for all the help, this thread has been awesome!

My monitor sits roughly ~9 feet away from my tower, so I purchased an appropriate DVI-D cable from Monoprice. The included cable would have been too short, and I liked the idea of having a second dual link DVI cable for troubleshooting purposes, just in case.
 
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post #4540 of 6485
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You went with the PP models? Or is that the wrong link?

Yea I went with PP models. I know you have a really good chance of getting a flawless monitor if you buy the non pp version. I do pay the premium just to make sure I do. Plus paying the premium does help incase of a DOA or actual dead pixels to aid back in shipping.
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