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Originally Posted by BoomSie32 View Post

I have the 2720MDP GOLD LED​ 2560x1440 27" QHD S-IPS HDMI monitor and I can't get a native resolution over HDMI. After some googling around, I understand this isn't possible (?) with this monitor? (though 1.4HDMI is supported ...)

Now I dont know if it's my laptop (Precision M4600) or the monitor. I'm googling all over the place (according to wiki specs; HDMI 1.4 should easily handle the monitors native resolution) but I can't find why it sticks with Full HD.

So ... tired of the search and unclear answers everywhere, I decided to move to another solution ... Display Port.

Now, before I go to order a displayport cable for this setup, can someone tell me in advance if THIS combination will serve me a native resolution 2560x1440?
As long as that is a native displayport, definitely.
post #5982 of 6485
Hello guys.

I have problem with my 2730md monitor.

I've switched it on, however, there is only backlight but there is no display.

I'm very sure of that because there should be some OSD showing the signal.

Is there anything to save it?

I'm not very good with the hardware.

Thanks in advance.
post #5983 of 6485
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As long as that is a native displayport, definitely.
Native displayport ... there is a DP output on my laptop, so with Display Port I mean really a Display Port cable (no converters).
post #5984 of 6485
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Originally Posted by BoomSie32 View Post

Native displayport ... there is a DP output on my laptop, so with Display Port I mean really a Display Port cable (no converters).

That would work if the monitor has a DP input.

AFAIK all laptop GPU's can only put out 1920x1200 over HDMI. That's why the HDMI isn't working.
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Just unboxed by 27Q LED today, it truly is beautiful. I've read through dozens of pages of this thread and others, and gathered that I'll be able to hook up my PS3, as long as I set it to output at 720p. However, when I tried this strategy with my cable box, the monitor turns on, but no picture. It appears that the monitor is HDCP-compliant, so that's not the issue. Has anyone had any luck hooking up a cable box to their monitor?

What video output are you using on your cable box?

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Originally Posted by aixiaoqing View Post

Hello guys.

I have problem with my 2730md monitor.

I've switched it on, however, there is only backlight but there is no display.

I'm very sure of that because there should be some OSD showing the signal.

Is there anything to save it?

I'm not very good with the hardware.

Thanks in advance.

When you turn it on, what color is the osd led. Blue or Red? If its red then there is no video signal. If its blue its receiving video. First and easiest test is to try another cable, try a different PCs video output or simply plug in a working monitor to the pc to make sure its not your pc's video output. If none of those work, usually if there is backlight(pure white on the panel) the internal lvds (video cable) is either unplugged or loose. Try the easiest troubleshooting steps first and report back.
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post #5986 of 6485
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Originally Posted by Crazy9000 View Post

That would work if the monitor has a DP input.

AFAIK all laptop GPU's can only put out 1920x1200 over HDMI. That's why the HDMI isn't working.
After a few days of silence.

I managed to get output far beyond 1920x1200 with HDMI. I got it to serve native resolution with the laptop over HDMI using CRU ( http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU ) with the limitation of 40Hz @ 32 bit.

Since this is OK, but not desired, I bought a DP cable yesterday, now I'm finally getting native resolution @ 60Hz.

Problem solved smile.gif
post #5987 of 6485
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When you turn it on, what color is the osd led. Blue or Red? If its red then there is no video signal. If its blue its receiving video. First and easiest test is to try another cable, try a different PCs video output or simply plug in a working monitor to the pc to make sure its not your pc's video output. If none of those work, usually if there is backlight(pure white on the panel) the internal lvds (video cable) is either unplugged or loose. Try the easiest troubleshooting steps first and report back.

Thanks for the reply.

I turned it on and the first few second was blue, a kind of purplish blue.
After that it became red.
I haven't try my pc output and other output yet but what I'm trying to say is that normally i'm able to see the OSD.
The OSD allow me to select the different video signal such as hdmi dp and vga.
But it's not showing up.

I've changed the lvds cable and I would like to know if the video board of the panel will be defective because I spoilt the cable while trying to insert into the panel's video board.
post #5988 of 6485
Has anyone done a review of the black tune? I was thinking of getting one of the other models but now I've seen this I'll definitely be getting one if people have good things to say about it.

Edit just found a review. It mentions the coating which reduces reflections by 70% does this mean it's not a glossy screen ? frown.gif
Edited by shish0000 - 6/24/13 at 10:38am
post #5989 of 6485
Can I hook up a ps3 to my crossover 27q led-p monitor? Will it display any image on the monitor? What adapters do I need for video and sound?
post #5990 of 6485
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Originally Posted by rock2702 View Post

Can I hook up a ps3 to my crossover 27q led-p monitor? Will it display any image on the monitor? What adapters do I need for video and sound?
Maybe. You might get an image if you set 720p output.
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