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Crossover 27Q Green/Fuzzy Screen Problem

post #1 of 8
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Posted this in the Crossover 27Q thread but it got sort of buried. Hoped maybe someone else might have some input.

Received my CrossOver 27Q yesterday but it's semi-DOA. From cold it works fine for 2-3 minutes, then slowly the screen starts showing artifacts and going crazy frown.gif Eventually most of the screen is green and full of lines. I've tried it on two different computers. My main one running a GTX 570 and OCZ 750w PSU. Turning it off and on doesn't help. I need to let it sit, unplugged from the power for a couple of hours to get any clear picture from it for a minute or two.

I've attached some videos that show what happens:

You can see how it's fine then slowly starts to have problems.

Has anyone seen this problem before? I've gone through most of the pages but haven't seen it mentioned anywhere.

I've tried a new dual link DVI lead and it's the same problem frown.gif

A new PSU is being shipped over but thought maybe there's something else I could try/do.
post #2 of 8
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Originally Posted by Hates View Post

Posted this in the Crossover 27Q thread but it got sort of buried. Hoped maybe someone else might have some input.
Received my CrossOver 27Q yesterday but it's semi-DOA. From cold it works fine for 2-3 minutes, then slowly the screen starts showing artifacts and going crazy frown.gif Eventually most of the screen is green and full of lines. I've tried it on two different computers. My main one running a GTX 570 and OCZ 750w PSU. Turning it off and on doesn't help. I need to let it sit, unplugged from the power for a couple of hours to get any clear picture from it for a minute or two.
I've attached some videos that show what happens:
You can see how it's fine then slowly starts to have problems.Has anyone seen this problem before? I've gone through most of the pages but haven't seen it mentioned anywhere.
I've tried a new dual link DVI lead and it's the same problem frown.gif
A new PSU is being shipped over but thought maybe there's something else I could try/do.

^^
same with me I just received CROSSOVER 27" 27Q LED-P PIVOT DVI-D S-IP it today ..
everything is checked except for the adapter mad.gif
I bought from the red cap

if anyone can help us ..??? redface.gif
Edited by abibx - 8/14/12 at 11:41am
post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
Wonder if it's a bad batch. I have a new power adaptor arriving on Thursday. I will let you know what happens.
Edited by Hates - 8/17/12 at 1:33am
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Originally Posted by Hates View Post

Wonder if it's a bad batch. I have a new power adaptor arriving from AccessoriesWhole on Thursday. I will let you know what happens.

I hope for the best results
too complicated and expensive if it must be returned.... redface.gif
post #5 of 8
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Sadly my new PSU arrived today and it didn't solve the problem frown.gif



post #6 of 8
hmm...
The best and the only way we have contact each seller to refund or exchange ..
is like a gamble to get a good monitor ..
Edited by abibx - 8/21/12 at 4:29am
post #7 of 8
Mine too! Mine's going nuts, flickering, green, and snowing. Here's a video of it in action: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101400827436082504244/posts/a4mwxjHHjxE

Any idea why?

I can't get a reply from the seller, DHSummer, so I'm looking for ways to fix it.

Thanks!
post #8 of 8
This happened to me today and I fixed it myself! You should put you palms to the left and right corner of the monitor and push it a little at the same time. It sounds very weird but IT works! Try, you have nothing to lose smile.gif
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