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Anyone has got experience with bigclothcraft's communication? I hoped for a quick reply but I still didn't receive one and in Korea the business day has already ended.
Since I payed for a zero dead pixel product (meaning no bright dot stuck pixels and a maximum of one dark dot stuck pixel) and instead received a malfunctioning product with 4 dead pixels (black ones) in the top left corner and bottom right corner... I'm starting to evaluate my options. I payed with PayPal on eBay.

I'm kind of upset, because the product was supposed to be checked for dead pixels before sending and instead there are dead pixels and it glitches so much that, IMHO, it hasn't even be switched on before shipping, otherwise they wouldn't have sent it.
post #5392 of 6483
tehpsyc, i have that 'issue' as well, when windows power options shuts it off automatically after an hour. usually, using server 2008r2, i would need to hit ctrl alt delete to have ot pop back on, but with win8, i went ahead and reset to get it back...monitor works perfect otherwise. i am using an ati 7970. i don't think i had this issue with my nvidia 680...
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I pulled the trigger and bought one of these from accessories whole. Shipping was amazing and itt came today, it's gorgeous! Although the panel has 2 small patches of dead pixels. About ten total from the best i can count these tiny things. Although they are in the right hand side of the screen, and the bottom right corner so they aren't that bothersome. I contacted AW about it just now, waiting for a reply.
Even if they didn't take it back, or send me a new one im still very satisfied, my other 1080p 24' monitor looks like a joke next to this thing.
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post #5394 of 6483
is that dust or pixels?

try and see if you can massage it out.
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Alright just bite the bullet and bought one from AW. Hope I get a good one!

Thanks for the recommend Descadent.
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post #5396 of 6483
Quote:
Originally Posted by Descadent View Post

is that dust or pixels?

try and see if you can massage it out.

Tried massaging it out. You're right it might be dust behind the glass. I will look closer at the panel when i get home, maybe a magnifying glass? Ill post an update once i find out.
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tehpsyc, i have that 'issue' as well, when windows power options shuts it off automatically after an hour. usually, using server 2008r2, i would need to hit ctrl alt delete to have ot pop back on, but with win8, i went ahead and reset to get it back...monitor works perfect otherwise. i am using an ati 7970. i don't think i had this issue with my nvidia 680...

I'm actually having that issue as well with my 7970 on top of this current problem. That one is a software issue for sure, you can see in the system logs the ATI section exploding with errors when that happens. It doesn't do it for me all the time, but happens intermittently. When that does happen it hits both of my monitors (running 2 Crossovers). You can also hear the "Device Unplugged" sound effect play when the computer goes to wake up when that problem manifests itself. Sadly I'm having that in addition to the one monitor failing to start for 9 minutes (the good Crossover starts immediately) and that happens every single time, even with a manual power cycling of the monitor. I did some more reading and I'd have to agree with an earlier poster indicating it sounds like a capacitor that is going bad and is taking a longer time to charge, thus delaying the monitor turning on. I'm waiting to hear back from my seller to determine what the next step is.
post #5398 of 6483
I have the same exact problem. I got my Crossover 27Q LED-P in mid-Feb, and now it will be on for a few seconds and fade out the same way as your video shows.

Have you found a resolution to this issue? I got mine from red-cap.
post #5399 of 6483
open it up and check all connections and for burn spots. try your best to get help from redcap but goodluck. he charges for pcbs and such unlike other sellers
post #5400 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Ueberglock View Post

Thanks for your precise feedback.
Here's two more videos of my monitor fading out. The second one is a bit longish, but it features a Star Trek video to compensate for that. smile.gif Unfortunately, most of the time it is blacked out frown.gif

http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=2z3s5eh&s=6
http://tinypic.com/player.php?v=pujv9&s=6

Does anyone of you blackout guys also have this quick fade out effect?

I have the same exact issue. Have you found a resolution?
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