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what's the difference between the YAMAKASI Q270 LED SE and Q271?

The Q271 comes with hdmi 1.4a,d-dvi and speakers where as the Q270 only comes with d-dvi only and no speakers and the frame and stand is a bit different
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Bioshock infinite at 7680x1440.

This game is a blast so far. and triple 1440p is badass.



Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)













That looks awesome. Screen show section updated.

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Did some calibrating. Just got this today. I'm one of you guys now. smile.gif




EDIT - over clocked it to 75 Hz naturally. tongue.gif

Welcome to the club.

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Add me to the club. I have two dell u2713hm. Will be getting another one soon smile.gif


Welcome to the club. List has been updated.
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Thanks jassilamba
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post #3424 of 6172
lol why is there so many XD

so anyone tried more then one or are they all about the same picture quality?
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You will love the high res. I have two of these monitor. But the only problem with my ones are that they both have a little bit back light bleed on the bottom left side of the screen. You cant tell unless its all black screen then you can see some yellow. Its normal with ips displays even apple display and korean display have these. But i don't have no dead or stuck pixel. use this link to test it out

http://jasonfarrell.com/misc/deadpixeltest.php
Thanks for the link. My screen is dead pixel free!
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So this would be equivalent then to the Catleaps and Overlords? Of which, how do they stack up against your big brand monitors like the Dell Ultrasharps or Asus or Samsung monitors?

they are the same panels off the same line from LG....which.... is the Apple thunderbolt 1440p monitor. Crossover, catleap, auria, shiman, etc are all the same inside. Just the stands and outer case are different. Crossover being the only metal case and no plastic.

long story short. all koreans are an apple monitor with a different shell. Personally I think these panels smoke the others not just because of price, but only having single input means less input lag. Ok well mostly price because I bought 3 for price of one. tongue.gif

That and they are gorgeous totally worth it. Just buy from the best seller and you'll be fine. It's worth the 30-50 more to buy from Acessorieswhole because of they only sell A panels where other sellers sell A- (i sound like a broken record between this thread and the crossover thread doh.gif) less than 3 dead pixels, the only Ebay Top Seller of korean monitors, best feedback on the monitors, day and half shipping from korea to the u.s. and overnighted replacement parts from korea.
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...but only having single input means less input lag...

It's actually the lack of a scaler that yields the low input lag. And for the 120Hz models, they use dual DVI because until recently it was the only connector that could hit a 498MHz pixel clock. On a good day anyway, 498MHz is right at the edge of the copper's bandwidth, so any particular dual DVI cable or cable length may or may not be capable of a full 120Hz.

DP 1.2 can do up to 540MHz guaranteed, but it is only just beginning to make it into name brand displays. And I have no idea what the price difference to the manufacturer would be to switch to DP 1.2.
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post #3428 of 6172
scalers come with multi inputs though with all these monitors, nor are they present in single input versions.

either way

koreans are less lag but it ain't that BIG of a deal. input lag is minimal with all brands anyways since we don't play quake or unreal anymore.
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scalers come with multi inputs though with all these monitors, nor are they present in single input versions.

Multiple inputs don't necessitate scalers though. The Korean displays come that way, but the HP ZR30w for instance has both DP and DVI yet no scaler.

Anyhow that's neither here nor there, just trying to keep the record straight.

I also agree that latency is way overblown. Unless you play CS 1.6 for money. wink.gif
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post #3430 of 6172
that's because there is no hdmi on that monitor and dp or dl-dvi is doing the same thing with that monitor, you just have choice of which output you want.
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