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Also what is a "minor imperfection"? How does an A grade panel from Dell/HP get sent to Catleap for being A grade?

Definition of imperfections http://ailab.snu.ac.kr/papers/IJ/ij_ieice_2004_automatic_detection_jylee.pdf
Basically any sort of blemish in the panel surface or unevenness - minor being undetectable at normal viewing range and about 50% brightness/contrast usually on a blue background.
A+ grade panels are generally reserved for high-end premium displays. When Dell/Apple/HP etc do their panel checks, if any are below grade they'd be sent back to the supplier or sold refurbished for a reasonable discount.
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On my three panels, I only have one that has a small yellow tint, I suspect it to be grade A while the others are probably grade A+. The CrossOvers are known to have less defect on them if you are comparing with the Catleap that many users reported dead pixels.
On my three panels I have 0 dead pixel . No or few light bleeding.

Check this thread comparing an APPLE 1440p IPS versus the CrossOver.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1280755/review-tests-crossover-27q-led-p-pivot-edition-gallery-with-apple-cinema-display/0_30
(This is a quote from the reviewer) :
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This is the Apple; it has a huge light bleed at the bottom right and left in which I am quite disappointed for paying this much. Crossover kills it.
The apple has even more light bleeding. And in all the reviewer's tests, the CrossOver is clearly winning so.....
--snip--

I am more than happy to have bought those 400$ CrossOver shipped, in perfect condition. I don't think I should pay 1000$ for a warranty that will be probably unused and for a 100% guaranteed perfect panel. And let's not talk about paying WAY more money for a well know brand such as DELL.
PS: Yes I would be awsomely happy with Dell u2711. But at the price I paid, I'm even MORE happy biggrin.gif
Thats my point guys thumb.gif
Long post / quality post rolleyes.gif
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They're probably A's.

As for the significant light bleed on the Apple, that should be valid for replacement under Apple's warranty - that amount of bleed is unacceptable for a premium panel but there's no mention how he had those monitors set. That unevenness and tinting in the Crossover would also be unacceptable for a premium panel.
Max brightness is invalid since we can't even see the same background - also most tests compare at 50% brightness and 50% contrast since at proper calibration that's about where they'd be.
I didn't see any mention of calibrating the Apple or how he calibrated the Catleap, so that pretty much throws that whole part of the review out for me. Factory calibration is so so but can be better - out of the box the Dell wins over the Apple but properly calibrated the Apple panel nudges ahead due to its internal processing (no they do not use the same panel)

That said, Anand Tech's review on the Achieva however puts it about even with the Apple display overall tho you're not guaranteed that same quality - that's one of the key differences, there's no guarantee to the sort of panel you will get and most of the sellers don't offer perfect pixels panels, and even then some of the definitions of perfect pixel isn't exactly the same as you'd get on a high-end display.

I don't think anyone is saying that the Koreans aren't good buys, I agree that they are. You do still however run the chance of getting a below grade panel which you'd generally be stuck with given the warranty coverage you get on most of them. For the price, they're excellent buys tho.
A, A- and B doesn't automatically mean they have dead pixels or very noticeable faults, they just aren't good enough to be A+ premium grade.
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this. point is people if you feel like it's justiifiable to spend more money for same thing, than that's your choice... and this is what the internet has does for us CONSUMERS...allow us to buy identical products for less money through compare and contrasting and choice and being an INFORMED consumer

Not identical... also still not a premium panel. They're great cheaper alternatives for anyone not particular interested with the warranty and premium of a high-end panel.
 
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K I'll be back with pics later tonight after I sink my teeth into Ac3 a bit
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IT CAME FROM THE SAME LG FACTORY
you have NO clue what you are talking about
give me a break they are the same damn thing made by same damn people and it's same damn screen. The plastic on the outside is the only thing that makes it look different, in crossover's case, metal
I don't see any Louis Vuitton Bags that are knock offs made by Louis Vuitton anywhere with a different name...Your analogy is failure. They are ALL LG PANELS
and I have spent *more* than enough on my system THANK YOU.
get over yourself, last time I will converse with you, please quit spreading false information.

wait... so you would rather have a fake Louis Vuitton bag than the real one?
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Not identical... also still not a premium panel. They're great cheaper alternatives for anyone not particular interested with the warranty and premium of a high-end panel.

Keep on thinking what you want. Only difference is the warranty and I don't think you can justify a 600-700$ extra for a warranty when you can just replace a korean with another korean and still be cheaper than an apple or dell. Plus you can buy square trades warranty and get a brand spanking new korean if you need warranty that bad.

but to each his own
Edited by Descadent - 11/3/12 at 2:35pm
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Keep on thinking what you want. Only difference is the warranty and I don't think you can justify a 600-700$ extra for a warranty when you can just replace a korean with another korean and still be cheaper than an apple or dell. Plus you can buy square trades warranty and get a brand spanking new on if you need warranty that bad.
but to each his own

They just told you the differences in panels and quality assurance, refer to the the post that PR-Imagery quoted me on with what the imperfections were....
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Guy's one thing i wanted to ask all you hear who has a triple monitor setup. How is it like for gaming or do you like to game on a single monitor then a triple monitor setup. And do all games work on a triple monitor without any modding to the game
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Guy's one thing i wanted to ask all you hear who has a triple monitor setup. How is it like for gaming or do you like to game on a single monitor then a triple monitor setup. And do all games work on a triple monitor without any modding to the game

I can't answer it for Nvidia cards, but for AMD cards, as long as you enable Eyefinity mode, just about any game will work. I think some older games may have problems with a bigger resolution, but I haven't experienced any yet.

I also prefer to play with my screens in portrait mode (3240x1920), having all three in landscape mode (5760x1080) is just way too long. Portrait mode is similar to a 16:9 or 16:10 screen ratio, so games will not tax the GPU(s) as much as landscape mode does.

I can't go back to single monitor gaming after having experienced Eyefinity, everything just looks too small and not detailed.
    
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Guy's one thing i wanted to ask all you hear who has a triple monitor setup. How is it like for gaming or do you like to game on a single monitor then a triple monitor setup. And do all games work on a triple monitor without any modding to the game

Most of the games don't need modding, but some needs some 3rd party software (Widescreen fixer) (But some games don't even support it with modding rolleyes.gif )

Honestly, I much prefer gaming on triple monitors. And I also much prefer browsing the internet with triple monitors, I'm the kind of guy that always have 100 windows openned.


Battlefield 3 (I have to make more videos)


Set this video in 1080p and in full screen mode





This one is not my vid



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Most of the games don't need modding, but some needs some 3rd party software (Widescreen fixer) (But some games don't even support it with modding rolleyes.gif )
Honestly, I much prefer gaming on triple monitors. And I also much prefer browsing the internet with triple monitors, I'm the kind of guy that always have 100 windows openned.
Battlefield 3 (I have to make more videos)
Set this video in 1080p and in full screen modeThis one is not my vid

Thanks for your reply +rep. I have one Crossover 27Q LED-P coming to me and am really liking these triple monitor setups that am seeing. And at the moment i only have one evga gtx 670 ftw 4gb card. If i buy another one will that be enough to play games with a triple monitor gaming on high setting and ultra settings. Also with one card can i game on high settings with triple monitors setups or is that to much for one card. And do you think i just should sell my card and get a amd 7970 since there good for gaming on high res
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I can't answer it for Nvidia cards, but for AMD cards, as long as you enable Eyefinity mode, just about any game will work. I think some older games may have problems with a bigger resolution, but I haven't experienced any yet.
I also prefer to play with my screens in portrait mode (3240x1920), having all three in landscape mode (5760x1080) is just way too long. Portrait mode is similar to a 16:9 or 16:10 screen ratio, so games will not tax the GPU(s) as much as landscape mode does.
I can't go back to single monitor gaming after having experienced Eyefinity, everything just looks too small and not detailed.

Thanks for letting me know +rep
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