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I might just get the pixel perfect 2720MDP GOLD, cause it has a glossy screen wich should have better colors and sharper.

I heard it uses same panel as the apple thunderbolt monitor wich costs 1k.
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I might just get the pixel perfect 2720MDP GOLD, cause it has a glossy screen wich should have better colors and sharper.

I heard it uses same panel as the apple thunderbolt monitor wich costs 1k.

all of the korean monitors and apple's monitors use the same LG panel.

some people don't like the 10bit however and stick with normal 8bit ips
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^ For how long do you have your 3 crossover monitors atm?
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since august
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I've had the Blade for about 5 weeks and in terms of picture quality it's been awesome. The stand is utter trash though. Flimsy and barely any adjustment. I'm using a third party stand on the VESA mounts. However, if you don't anticipate adjusting it once you have it set, and you're OK with stacking it on a book or box if you need it higher, then it's no big deal.

I posted some pics here when I got it: http://imgur.com/a/0ZtVc
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^ For how long do you have your 3 crossover monitors atm?

I have been using my CrossOvers 27Q Led-P for almost a year now.

NEVER had any issues with them, pixel perfect, almost no light bleeding (only in bottom right corner like any other CrossOvers. They are all almost the same Tint, need to modify couple of things in catalyst but the difference is so minimal that I havent done it since my last Windows Format. This is probably the best investment I have done in my whole PC enthousiast life.

By the way, I'm still running the 240v bricks (Those bricks are probably 110v-240v but since its Korean and its 220v over there, they didnt bother writting 110-240v) They don't even get warm.


Proof:


Edited by KaRLiToS - 3/21/13 at 6:32pm
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That looks really epic, 2x potrait and one horizontal.

But i'm still very skeptical about these monitors. frown.gif
post #5358 of 6483
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That looks really epic, 2x potrait and one horizontal.

But i'm still very skeptical about these monitors. frown.gif

No, I don't use them that way, that was the day I installed them and was testing.

This is how I have them set! (Click to show)


I was skeptical too at first, especially in April last year with few feedbacks at this time. But now its one year later and I haven't heard more horror stories about them
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That looks really epic, 2x potrait and one horizontal.

But i'm still very skeptical about these monitors. frown.gif

no reason to be skeptic... the success rate is too high. and a BUTTLOAD of people on these forums own the korean monitors.
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Hi everyone! Thanks for all the info that helped me in choosing my monitor.

I received this product: 27" Crossover 2730MD and the resolution is awesome, as well as the picture quality.

Unfortunately, it "glitches". It's like there's an intermittent and random glitch that goes across the whole screen in "bands" that either flash, or show "random colors", or a black horizontal line surrounded by "random colored noise". Stuff like that, it lasts a fraction of a second, but it's rather frequent. Several times a minute.

I'm sorry if I can't explain it properly. Here's some pictures of the kind of glitches I see. These are video frames stills from a video done with an iPhone. It would be impossible to catch these on a photograph, as they really last an istant.







I bought it from bigclothcraft, one of the suggested retailers in the thread.

Now, since it's doing this both on a DVI connection and on a RGB (PC) one, I think the problem does not lie with the cable used. My hope is that it might be the power brick. Otherwise... what are my options? Is this a known problem?

Thanks in advance to anyone kind enough to help.

Additional info:
I've been using it with two different PCs, one connected through VGA, the other one through DVI-D. I've tried with both connections attached (the monitor offers the choice to select the input to use) or just one. I've tried even low resolutions (720p for instance)... to no avail. One PC has a 512MB Nvidia 8800 GT videocard, the other an onboard ATI HD 4200. Both machines are for work use, so the low video RAM is something I'm aware of. But it definitely shouldn't be a problem for 2D regular desktop use.
Edited by gorman70 - 3/22/13 at 6:13am
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