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Originally Posted by ToX1cSh0ck View Post

Hey guys, I recently got a crossover 27q led-p and an asus gtx 680 direct-cu ii 2gb.

.... I'm thinking of getting a second crossover.

Would the second screen run fine using the display-port -> dvi adapter?

Also, would you recommend returning my card and getting a 4gb 680 if i'm running 2 of these screens?

Any help would be appreciated. thx smile.gif

just use the other dvi port. 2gb is fine unless you do tons of texture mods in games.
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oh ok, alright cool.

...but...

i thought only one of the dvi ports on a gtx 680 is actually dual link, which is needed for the crossover and any resolution over 1080p...? confused.gif
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What brand is your 680?
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What brand is your 680?

ASUS GTX 680 DirectCU II OC 2GB

http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/GTX680DC2O2GD5/
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have you tried plugging your current monitor into the second port to see if it works?
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I have sent a message to AW regarding my defect through eBay's messaging system. Does anyone know how quickly I will get a response? If they take my unit back, do you think they will price match the current price of the monitor which is $30 cheaper than I originally paid? Also, would they consider letting me go from the LED-P to the LED? I realize I may only get answers to these questions from AW directly, but I am in some way just spilling what's on my mind.
Usually they'll advise you on what to do to isolate the problem and/or ask you to make a vid then upload to YouTube. Then they'll get you to return it and test themselves, if they agree it is faulty they'll reimburse the return delivery costs then either send u a replacement or give you a refund. They have no obligation to price match current cost but they certainly might do if asked as compensation for the inconvenience, also I see no reason why they wouldn't let you go from led-p to led
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They're both Dual Link, however the top DVI-D slot is Digital only (hence the D) and the bottom is DVI-I which is both analog and digital.
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have you tried plugging your current monitor into the second port to see if it works?

Damn! I tried plugging the monitor into both ports when i first got it and only would be detected.

Now that i just did it again, it seems to work. thumb.gif

Well, i feel foolish. blushsmiley.gif

Maybe it was because i didn't have a fresh install of drivers when i first tried it.
post #4589 of 6483
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Originally Posted by sintinian View Post

Actually I may be talking wet here, changing the colour profile should be fine, I just hope I can get it uniform

Hi,

I am actually about to get a Crossover from AW, as they look very serious with those great screens. I am also living in the UK.

Which one did you get from them? Do you have the link of the product you bought?

Any news from your product by the way?

Thanks
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I'm still at work so no updates. I went with AW as they have the best feedback for the amount of business they've done by far. It took just less than 4 working days to get to me, they marked the price down on the box and labelled it as a sample so if I received a customs fee it should be negligible, they did this without being asked to but I'd certainly mention it just to make sure. My monitor has the blue PCB but I didn't knw about this at time of ordering so didn't know to ask for the green. I think mine just needs some calibration, I'd definitely recommend AW, but wouldn't bother with perfect pixel version, of all the potential issues, a few dead pixels are the least of your risks. Even the standard are guaranteed to have no more than 5 dead pixels I believe but usually have none.
Here's the link: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-High-Resolutio-n-2560x1440-QHD-DVI-D-Dual-S-IPS-27-Monitor-/110867210291?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19d0336033
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