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Originally Posted by DaSaint79 View Post

Purchased one, asked the moron where the display cables were and he told me that the website disclaimer was wrong and all i needed was dvi. So I now have a GORGEOUS 1920x1600 monitor that I can't switch to 2500x1920 till I purchase a cable tomorrow. Took some unboxing pics. It's such an upgrade from my 17" monitor.
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Does it have OSD and a scaler if someone was to hook up a cable box or a console?
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Does it have OSD and a scaler if someone was to hook up a cable box or a console?
Yes, it has both.
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post #193 of 1116
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Originally Posted by Demented View Post

It says it has VGA, DVI and HDMI, then it states to achieve the ful 2560x1440, you need to use display port on both ends?
Looks iffy to me.
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You will enjoy the high quality resolution on the 27" LED Monitor. The fast response time will reduce blur. You have a VGA, DVI, and HDMI inputs on your new monitor. To achieve the maximun resolution of 2560 x 1440, a display port must be used on both ends.
Also, no where does it state it is an IPS panel.

If its 2560x1440, it is IPS.
post #194 of 1116
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Originally Posted by djk11 View Post

Oh, this can be a deal breaker.
Image persistence like on game HUDs? Are we talking a brief millisecond persistence, or like Plasma style image persistence as in burn-in?
How long does it take to wear off? Does it clear completely?

It does it a bit on the Dell IPS at my work. I've never had burn-in last that long honestly. Maybe a minute at most. It's kinda the only way you're going to get great color/contrast at this resolution. =/

[Edit: mind you, that burn in was after leaving it on a high contrast image for a LONG time. NOTHING like my experience with Plasmas.]
Edited by rolfathan - 5/23/12 at 10:11am
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i ordered one for pickup from the microcenter in duluth, georgia, gonna get it and a better stand, will post picks tommorow.
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I left WoW running on the login screen all night... then right after closing WoW I set the desktop background to a light gray and could see a very light shadow effect of where the ESRB Notice is normally at when on the login screen.
It was completely gone within a hour or 2 after that.
I also have a Dell UltraSharp screen with a even worse problem with image persistence... But I also normally leave it on 24/7 with ChatZilla Open.. tongue.gif
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You might also want to look at this... "Avoiding image persistence on Apple LCD displays"
http://support.apple.com/kb/HT2807

Might want to take a look at what I posted in my thread (link below). I was able to make image persistence happen and then go away on mine (repeatedly) just by very slightly tweaking the refresh rate/timing parameters. Does yours display the persistence issue even at different refresh rates/resolutions?

http://www.overclock.net/t/1215866/reviewed-400-2560x1440-ips-no-ag-90hz-achieva-shimian-qh270-and-catleap-q270/2750#post_16761820
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Might want to take a look at what I posted in my thread (link below). I was able to make image persistence happen and then go away on mine (repeatedly) just by very slightly tweaking the refresh rate/timing parameters. Does yours display the persistence issue even at different refresh rates/resolutions?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1215866/reviewed-400-2560x1440-ips-no-ag-90hz-achieva-shimian-qh270-and-catleap-q270/2750#post_16761820
I would have to test that the next time it happens on one of them, Both the Dell UltraSharp and the Auria monitor are running at there native res and 60Hz...
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i ordered one for pickup from the microcenter in duluth, georgia, gonna get it and a better stand, will post picks tommorow.

Let me know what your impressions of it are.

Can we get an update first page where people post their impressions, color settings/problems and if this is comparable to the Catleaps
post #199 of 1116
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Originally Posted by 996gt2 View Post

If you get dead pixels, you can now return to an actual store wink.gif
For $400, with an actual warranty and DVI/VGA/HDMI inputs, it's not a bad deal.
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0384780

As always thanks for the awesome heads up 996GT2. Also, thank you for the super sweet 680 =) We are using it now just because we are so happy with it. Was wondering if anyone has seen these at the Tustin MC?
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Originally Posted by Eagle1337 View Post

1. The Stand, it's a standard vesa 75mmx75mm.

so by this you mean I can get a custom stand for it and slap it on? I need to be able to do portrait with any new monitors I buy. My U2211H has spoilt me.
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