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Because I posted in this thread. I was contacted by a person from Nixeus and was told the tracking number for the package. It arrived today and my monitor works great. I am worried about the power supplies now of course but hopefully that was an isolated issue.

As for the bezel thickness.

I was doing some research and there are 1440x900 laptop screens availible. That is the PERFECT resolution for a portrait screen. The screens are incredibly thin and have NO bezel so you can line them up with the screen itself and then secure them somehow. You must buy the screen and a controller and have the controller programed for that screen by the company you purchase it from.

I believe you would end up paying $80-140 per screen w/ the adapter. The adapter would support DVI and VGA. This would mean that the bezel on the Nixeus would NOT matter and you would have a pure screen to screen from left to right.

This is def what I am going to do.

I have a very nice triple stand and I will be able to configure it to hold these screens with some imagination.

Good to hear you got your issue resolved. I've owned monitors in the past that the power supply was internal with the PCB, and I had to send a few monitors back just because it was a power issue... so I don't mind if it is just the power brick = still better than sending a whole monitor back (that had a perfectly fine panel with no dead pixels) and risk getting a replacement monitor that may have a dead pixel or few.

If you manage to get your multi-monitor set up - post some pictures... I have some extra monitors lying around that i may set up a multi-monitor with my NX-VUE27, but they are all 23 inch and 1080p though. It is always nice to see others for comparison. biggrin.gif.
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Has anyone debezeled their monitor yet? The bezel is too thick for me.
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Has anyone debezeled their monitor yet? The bezel is too thick for me.

Nice set up!

Before we launched the NX-VUE27 we tested various bezel thickness and these were our findings:

1) Thicker bezels are less likely to warp during manufacturering when they harden after they are removed from the molds. Thinner bezels are more likely to warp or disfigured after cooling/hardening when removed from the mold = more binning of bezels = higher costs. Using a thicker bezel lowers our manufacturing costs.

2) Thicker bezels also protect the LG panel from damage during shipping transit and and also has less back light bleeding. With monitors of different bezel thin and thickness designs in standard UPS parcel pacakging, we performed several drop tests and the LG panel in the current NX-VUE27's bezel had better survivability. This is one main reason why we have low RMA rates = help us keep costs low. UPS have informed us they ignore the Fragile stickers on outside packaging. So far we have had some RMAs with damaged bezels, but the LG panels were still in perfect working condition.
 
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Yeah that seems logical. Not sure if I want to make the graphics card purchases necessary to support 3 of the monitors anyway.

Another question, one of my stands is a little loose, what's the easiest way to get it replaced or fixed?
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Has anyone had EDID issues with this monitor? I bought mine new from Amazon, and it will not run native resolution. The only thing that works is when the monitor is plugged in via DVI-D and set to 1920x1080, which just so happens to be the highest selectable resolution. 2560x1440 is not an option. I tried a Display Port cable and it won't work at all with that cable. It will show the boot screen, but when it tries to load windows the screen goes black and the power LED turns red.

I have a Galaxy GTX 670 4GB (680 PCB). I have tried both Dual Link DVI ports, to no avail. Do I need to do some sort of driver hack or do you think I have a defective monitor?

I have been emailing Nixeus tech support back and forth, and we have concluded that I should send it in to have it looked at, but I was hoping maybe this community could help me before I go through the trouble of mailing it.
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Has anyone had EDID issues with this monitor? I bought mine new from Amazon, and it will not run native resolution. The only thing that works is when the monitor is plugged in via DVI-D and set to 1920x1080, which just so happens to be the highest selectable resolution. 2560x1440 is not an option. I tried a Display Port cable and it won't work at all with that cable. It will show the boot screen, but when it tries to load windows the screen goes black and the power LED turns red.

I have a Galaxy GTX 670 4GB (680 PCB). I have tried both Dual Link DVI ports, to no avail. Do I need to do some sort of driver hack or do you think I have a defective monitor?

I have been emailing Nixeus tech support back and forth, and we have concluded that I should send it in to have it looked at, but I was hoping maybe this community could help me before I go through the trouble of mailing it.

Mine is working fine since day one... When I first got it, I had it connected to the Dual Link DVI port and now I have it connected the DisplayPort (so I can have access to BIOs). I have an ASUS 23" connected to the DVI port now. My HDMI output is to my HDTV so I can stream/watch movies.

I have a Gigabyte Windforce GTX 670.

Some cheap DisplayPort cables can't do 2560x1440 or 2560x1600 either (some can only go 1920x1200). Have you tried updating your graphics card drivers?
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Mine is still working great. Dual DVI Port and Displayport. I can access bios setup on both. Currently using dual dvi.
I purchased mine Nov. 2012. Using an overclocked Sapphire AMI HD 7950 card with boost.

Might get another 7950 soon.


Check your video card and cable... cheap cables are nothing but trouble.
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Mine is still working great. Dual DVI Port and Displayport. I can access bios setup on both. Currently using dual dvi.
I purchased mine Nov. 2012. Using an overclocked Sapphire AMI HD 7950 card with boost.

Might get another 7950 soon.


Check your video card and cable... cheap cables are nothing but trouble.

Correct... we had a few RMAs that we resolved that customers thought it was a monitor issue, but it was just cheap or non-compliant DisplayPort cables.

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Has anyone had EDID issues with this monitor? I bought mine new from Amazon, and it will not run native resolution. The only thing that works is when the monitor is plugged in via DVI-D and set to 1920x1080, which just so happens to be the highest selectable resolution. 2560x1440 is not an option. I tried a Display Port cable and it won't work at all with that cable. It will show the boot screen, but when it tries to load windows the screen goes black and the power LED turns red.

I have a Galaxy GTX 670 4GB (680 PCB). I have tried both Dual Link DVI ports, to no avail. Do I need to do some sort of driver hack or do you think I have a defective monitor?

I have been emailing Nixeus tech support back and forth, and we have concluded that I should send it in to have it looked at, but I was hoping maybe this community could help me before I go through the trouble of mailing it.

Hi OptimISH,

Your issue sounds familiar. We helped a customer with a Galazy GTX 670 card resolve his issue. It turns out he purchased a bad DisplayPort cable or a DisplayPort cable that could not transmit 2560x1440. His issue was resolved when he received a DisplayPort cable that finally got the NX-VUE27 to work at full 2560x1440 resolution.


Also here is a new YouTube video on the NX-VUE27 posted by NCIX and Linus TechTips:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQsg8DZdV-s
 
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Yes, that customer was me. Thanks Nixeus for helping me. They paid for shipping both ways to have the monitor looked at. Neither of my DVI-D or Display Port Cables that I tried worked. However they had no issue at the lab. Sent me the cables they used, and it worked fine. The DVI-D cable I was using was the one they provided in the box. So, always make sure you have good cables.
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Looks like it is now available in Canada at NCIX!

Available in Canada:

At NCIX Canada:
http://www.ncix.ca/products/?sku=80441&vpn=NX%2DVUE27&manufacture=Nixeus&promoid=1382

Unboxing on LinusTechTips:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYu9VWu67qw
Edited by speedyeggtart - 5/11/13 at 10:32pm
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