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hello guys i currently plan on getting one of these monitors by next week only problem is im afraid my 5870 doesnt have enough juice. should i get the monitor then next paycheck upgrade my gpu?

5870 has plenty of graphical power for the crossover. It all depends on which games you play (if any) and what resolution.
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Yes, I have tried another computer, and another DVI, but that wouldn't make any differance in this case. BEACUSE I found the silly solution..
Quite embarresing actually. I've checked that the cables are properly in place like 5 times, but every time I mounted the back-cover of the monitor the cable from the main board to the pixel matrix go disconnected.
So all I had to do was to use some wonderful tape and the babe was up and running!
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Have you tested it with another computers video output? Have you tested it with a different DVI cable?

Yes, I have tried another computer, and another DVI, but that wouldn't make any differance in this case. BEACUSE I found the silly solution..
Quite embarresing actually. I've checked that the cables are properly in place like 5 times, but every time I mounted the back-cover of the monitor the cable from the main board to the pixel matrix go disconnected.
So all I had to do was to use some wonderful tape and the babe was up and running!
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Originally Posted by RSMJR87 View Post

Fist of all I am sorry to hear about your unfortunate experience, If it were me I would see if there going to pay for shipping or not and then make a decision there. 3 pixels isn't much but dead center is really an eye sore, I would probably send it back and buy one from Accessories Whole if you do your research they are number one and have the best perfect pixel warranty (What I mean by this is they actually send you one with perfect pixel and if it turns out to have one they take care of you by giving you money back per pixel or complete refund). In fact Accessories Whole has an Authorized Dealer Certificate from Crossover and I think they are the only one with this on Ebay.

The seller wants me to take a picture of the dead pixels. How am I supposed to get a good picture of a dead pixel on a 2560x1440 screen?
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

Do not accept just a plain refund - that just encourages bad business practises. If they offer a refund and you're ok with the monitor, insist on an additional penalty on top of the price difference; perhaps double the "perfect pixel" price differential.

I agree, I don't see any labeling on the box that indicates that it is a Pixel Perfect monitor. It seems they're just shipping out regular monitors as Pixel Perfect.
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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post

I agree, otherwise they can just ship normal untested monitors as perfect, then just refund the difference to the people who notice.

That's exactly what I'm thinking.

I'm going to take a picture of the box and everything like the seller (green-sum) requested and see what kind of solution he's willing to offer. I paid extra for a pixel perfect model with the intention to avoid exactly this.
post #5955 of 6483
Is the 27M LED out of production? Can't seem to find any on ebay.
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Is the 27M LED out of production? Can't seem to find any on ebay.

Do you mean the CrossOver 27Q LED?
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Has the model name changed? I was looking at the first post on this thread and there's this model listed: 27M LED (product page)
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Has the model name changed? I was looking at the first post on this thread and there's this model listed: 27M LED (product page)

Not sure of the origin of the 27M LED designation on that product page but it's all the info for the 27Q LED since in their product branch list on the left hand side there is no 27M only the 27MDx series.
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Originally Posted by Taffenh View Post

Yes, I have tried another computer, and another DVI, but that wouldn't make any differance in this case. BEACUSE I found the silly solution..
Quite embarresing actually. I've checked that the cables are properly in place like 5 times, but every time I mounted the back-cover of the monitor the cable from the main board to the pixel matrix go disconnected.
So all I had to do was to use some wonderful tape and the babe was up and running!
biggrin.gif

The video boards LVDS cable got disconnected therefore no video was sent from the video board to the panel which causes backlight only. I usually rule out the easiest first then open the monitor up and investigate. Glad you found it.
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post #5960 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Azefore View Post

Not sure of the origin of the 27M LED designation on that product page but it's all the info for the 27Q LED since in their product branch list on the left hand side there is no 27M only the 27MDx series.

Just noticed 27M in the thread title lol I think it exists/existed, it's a 27Q (white metal back) with multimedia inputs. Also mentioned here. You're right that it's not on their product branch making me think it's discontinued frown.gif
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