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post #71 of 6483
I haven't looked closely but there are no obvious dead/stuck pixels. I'll do more testing when I can.
post #72 of 6483
Expect input lag from the 27M LED.
Inputs: SVC,, SPDIF, PC Audio IN/OUT, component, HDMI, VGAx2 DL-DVI
post #73 of 6483
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Originally Posted by Geglamash View Post

Original (Ran a bit toasty) :

New brick:

Thanks!
post #74 of 6483
I noticed after upgrading to this monitor (and also running my old Dell TN panel next to it), that my 6870 is running a little hotter when idling. It was idling at about 36C before, now it idles at 51C. Is this normal?
post #75 of 6483
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Originally Posted by ScribbyDaGreat View Post

I don't know!  Again, once we start getting some PCBs if there is an adventurous soul that wants to mod his Crossover to try and run 120hz let me know.

Count me in, I'll take one for the team.
post #76 of 6483
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Originally Posted by araman View Post

I noticed after upgrading to this monitor (and also running my old Dell TN panel next to it), that my 6870 is running a little hotter when idling. It was idling at about 36C before, now it idles at 51C. Is this normal?

Its because your card isn't downclocking as much as it did before with a smaller resolution. I noticed the same thing with my 6970 after attaching two additional monitors for Eyefinity.

EDIT: I should add that you can use MSI Afterburner to override your 2D clocks and lower them to more reasonable levels, which should also decrease the temperatures when you're just on the desktop.
post #77 of 6483
I think green-sum may be selling the Crossover 27Q LED P.
The picture he provides is a different monitor though.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-P-27-HD-2560X1440-S-IPS-DVI-QHD-Pivot-Computer-Monitor-/140729321245?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item20c41f071d
post #78 of 6483
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Originally Posted by dante020 View Post

I received all 3 of my Crossover 27Q monitors, here's my setup:
450
450
I ordered one from Dream-Seller and two from Red-Cap. The one from Dream-Seller came with this PSU:
700
The ones from Red-Cap came with this one:
700
They both seem to work fine but the first one seems to run a little hot. I'll probably replace them anyways just to be safe.

What video card setup are you using to power the 3 crossovers?
post #79 of 6483
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Originally Posted by computerdeth View Post

I think green-sum may be selling the Crossover 27Q LED P.
The picture he provides is a different monitor though.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-CROSSOVER-27Q-LED-P-27-HD-2560X1440-S-IPS-DVI-QHD-Pivot-Computer-Monitor-/140729321245?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item20c41f071d

It also says 1920x1080 in a few of the pictures, despite having the 2560x1440 specs in another image.

I wish these listings weren't so hastily slapped together, and it wasn't all the same crappy brochure-looking photos in every one.
post #80 of 6483
My crossover Led-P came in today. Purchased from dcsamsungmall shipped out on the 21st - can't complain about the speed of shipment.

I got one of the 110/220 power supplies shipped in the box. I will post a label pic when I get a chance tomorrow.

After I read the warning email he sent I ended up ordering one of the 25 dollars power supplies on eBay - won't hurt to have a spare I suppose.

Even after seeing the monitor pics I am pleasantly surprised at how thin it is.
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