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BOOM! Delivered!! wheee.gif
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prepared to be mind=blown.

your wall color looks like ours tongue.gif
post #5192 of 6483
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prepared to be mind=blown.

your wall color looks like ours tongue.gif

Lara Croft in 1440p! biggrin.gif
post #5193 of 6483
Hello guys, im new in this forum, i been looking for info about this monitors, so i know a few guys were looking for info about scaling resolutions, some people like me doesnt have a high end graphic card, so we cant play some games at high resolutions because the fps drops, so i asked to a forum member (Althulas) about this, i asked in private beacuse i though that my question gona get lost in sooooo many pages in this thread.

Well... my question was if is possible to to play at 1920x1080 in full screen (whitout black bands) so the answer is YES!

His answer is in this page...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1232496/crossover-27q-led-led-p-27m-led-2720mdp-gold-led-monitor-club/5180

Once again.. thank you Althulas thumb.gif

Sorry for my english.
post #5194 of 6483
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Lara Croft in 1440p! biggrin.gif



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post #5195 of 6483
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Niiiiiiiice!! Are you playing with TressFX enabled or disabled?
post #5196 of 6483
Hello all,

Still got that big credit at Amazon burning a hole in my pocket. I stopped by the local Amazon showroom ( AKA Best Buy ) today. They didn't have much. They did, however have an Apple Thunderbolt hooked up to some kind of Mac. I understand that's the same LCD as the Crossover. Nice monitor. I'm not a graphics guy, I just like lots ( and lots and lots ) of text. Multiple windows of text. Say, three or four editor windows with a program I'm working on, plus a maybe a Firefox with 13 tabs of results and web research. Right now, I'm using a machine with three monitors - a 25-incher in the middle flanked by a little one on each side. Anyway, I gotta say that the Thunderbolt shows mighty crisp text.

There are just a few vendors who sell these things on Amazon. Does anybody have experience (good or bad) with these people?

"K-Wave"
"Ecomade Arena"
"Nemo Commerce"

- jerry1234
post #5197 of 6483
I'm thinking of buying one the monitors that have multiple inputs - just for versatility. I understand that those have a delay. Does the delay apply even when you're using the DVI-D input?

- jerry1234
post #5198 of 6483
Well I'm back after a few months of no issues because I decided to buy another Crossover. I was originally very active on this thread when we were all trying to figure out what was going on with the backlight dying and the PCB variations that were responsible. I thought it would be great to do dual Crossovers, so I went for it. Within an hour of using my new monitor, the screen went black and rendered no display. My computer still thinks its working (the monitor is detected) and the back light is still on (so not the famous back light PCB burnout issue that I had with my first Crossover) but a whole new problem. I've contacted my seller and I must say I am extremely devastated to have this happen again. I have tried the following options:

3 DVI cables
3 different power supplies (the one it came with, the one my other crossover came with, and one from a Shimian that was exactly the same)
Both DVI ports on my computer (Radeon 7970, one DVI port and one mini-displayport with the expensive adapter)
My roommates computer (GTX 560 Ti)

I had been running dual 27" IPS's for a while now, just one was a Shimian and one was a Crossover, and I really wanted to get a matching pair. So i had found someone to buy the Shimian and was going to do that swap. I only mention this because I want to verify that my setup is able to handle two of these panels without a problem. I suspect something is wrong with the primary PCB, the one where the connections are made, and will need to be replaced; but if anyone has any suggestions I can try while I wait at my seller's mercy yet again it would be greatly appreciated.

Also, to make the situation more confusing, I randomly tried firing it up again, power cycling it several times rapidly and it actually came on and was working after having been dead for a few hours, not to mention the first dozen or so attempts immediately preceding. So naturally I decided to cycle it one more time (it was living on borrowed time anyway) to see how it would behave, to which it returned to the blank screen with the back light on.
post #5199 of 6483
Sooooo....just unpacked my Crossover and I'm devastated. Has anyone else received their monitor like this? I have already contacted the seller, so I'm waiting on their response, but I figured I would show you guys and see if you had any suggestions.

post #5200 of 6483
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Originally Posted by philharmonik View Post

Sooooo....just unpacked my Crossover and I'm devastated. Has anyone else received their monitor like this? I have already contacted the seller, so I'm waiting on their response, but I figured I would show you guys and see if you had any suggestions.


Have you tried another dual link DVI cable, another video output, or another video card altogether?
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