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Originally Posted by signex View Post

Hi, i want to get the CrossOver 2720 MDP GOLD LED.

But if money is not a issue, should i rather get a Dell monitor??

I just don't want it to get here damaged or having issues, cause i won't have a back up monitor.

And wich one is better, the CrossOver 2720 MDP GOLD LED or Dell 2713MH / ASUS PB278Q?
If money's not an object, then get the Dell. Your concerns are better taken care of with the Dell.
post #5332 of 6484
Just received mine. 2 days shipping from Korea to NYC. That's fast!!. I got a perfect pixel white monitor. Here are some of my observations:

  1. The monitor is huge! I thought it would be smaller.
  2. Love the white bezel color.
  3. Very bright. Maybe too bright. What settings do you guys use?
  4. I can't enter the BIOS when using DVI-D connected. HDMI is fine as well as VGA. This is weird. Anybody having this issue? I am using the built-in HD4000.

FYI: I posted this on the wrong forum. I bought a Yamakasi didn't realize I was in the Crossover forums.

Thanks,
Edited by unkuser - 3/21/13 at 7:23am
post #5333 of 6484
You should be lucky it even works with your HD-4000 GPU. Your GPU is not powerful enough for this monitor:) do your homework and read through this thread like the others do and you will find all you need
post #5334 of 6484
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Originally Posted by unkuser View Post

Just received mine. 2 days shipping from Korea to NYC. That's fast!!. I got a perfect pixel white monitor. Here are some of my observations:

  1. The monitor is huge! I thought it would be smaller.
  2. Love the white bezel color.
  3. Very bright. Maybe too bright. What settings do you guys use?
  4. I can't enter the BIOS when using DVI-D connected. HDMI is fine as well as VGA. This is weird. Anybody having this issue? I am using the built-in HD4000.

Turn the brightness down with the button on the monitor?

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Originally Posted by kalmychkov View Post

You should be lucky it even works with your HD-4000 GPU. Your GPU is not powerful enough for this monitor:) do your homework and read through this thread like the others do and you will find all you need


what he said.
post #5335 of 6484
After reading through this thread, I went ahead and ordered a non-perfect pixel 27Q LED-P from accessorieswhole. It shipped on Monday, got to my UPS box by Tuesday night, and I just now set it up. I'm pretty happy with how huge it is, and how clear everything looks! Also, I couldn't find any dead pixels, so yay! c:
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Wich model is their absolute best one?
post #5338 of 6484
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Wich model is their absolute best one?

read the thread, but there isn't a "BEST" one. just get the one that suits your needs and wants
post #5339 of 6484
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Wich model is their absolute best one?

At least open a first page of this thread where they explain the difference between all the Catleap models:) how hard it is to read a few pages???
post #5340 of 6484
jesus chill out... im not going to read 500+ pages.

Whats wrong with asking a question, that's what forums are for.
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