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post #31 of 86
You should be able to OC it to 100+ at least in windows, a Geforce 210 can do that i believe - wont be able to play games..but ya normal windows stuff should be apparent.
post #32 of 86
So, any updated impressions? Whats the state of OC? accessorieswhole is selling this claiming its OC.
post #33 of 86
anybody with this monitor try 1920 x 1080 res?
When i use that res over DL-DVI the picture looks all blocky (only that particular res for some reason)
post #34 of 86
Quote:
Originally Posted by AznNiNjA01 View Post

Well, I was in market for the Crossover and visited their site. They now have a overclock model 2730MD and -P for the guys here who want to run at 125Hz. Personally, I was in market for the 27Q LED-P but surfing for so long got me to think about the 30Q5 Pro (75Hz 5ms) or the 2730MD (125Hz 6ms) I'm in more favor of the 30" since they give 102% color gamut vs 72% since I'll be mostly using this for Photoshop editing pictures of my kids. What do you guys think about these new monitors? The 30" runs about $500 plus shipping if you know some people in Korea that might ship it to you. I'll be asking my friends over there to ship it after making sure there is no defect, stuck, dead pixel. Perfect Pixel on ebay on 27Q LED-P runs at $499 shipping included so I guess I can spend nother $100 or $150 more to ship it from Korea on the 30"

125Hz is amazing. My Samsung S23A950D can do 120Hz and it's already great. S-IPS doing 125Hz is sexy.
post #35 of 86
Can someone please confirm the refresh rate on these LCD's. I want one, and want to pull the trigger in the next few days here before the x-mas rush starts.
I am thinking they might be worth it even if its not a 125Hz.
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post #36 of 86
I Ordered one.. I will post up what I think about it when it gets here. Does someone have a way to test the Hz of the LCD screen. I tried to find one but I was unsuccessful.
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post #38 of 86
Quote:
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This monitor uses the same multi-input board as the Witech Multi Limited Edition, and a monitor pulled before release from Achieva Shimian, and one released by First Semiconductor (I have a prototype of it). The reason for that is the 125hz operation is bogus. The dvi controller board allows an input of up to 125hz. So your computer will say "Heya. I'm sending 125hz (or 130hz, in my case) to your monitor! All is well!". The monitor is saying "Oh sweet! A 125hz input! I can totally take that! Thank you!." Then it tries to pass it to the Timing controller attached to the LCD panel and the monitor is like "Hey...TCON...buddy, I got 125 of these frames for you. What??? What do you mean you can only accept 60 from me? Fine...I'll send you frame 1, 3, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, etc...."
Basically...it frame skips. It will accept an input higher than 60hz. The OSD will tell you that it's outputting 125hz. But it only ever sends a 60hz signal to the LCD panel itself. Sorry to burst your bubble.
Edit: My comments are in regards to the 27" model. I don't have any info on the 30" monitor. It's very well possible that it hits 75hz.

Just quoting for those who are trying to get info on the OC on this monitor.

Please see above.
post #39 of 86
I found this after looking for a while. Can someone please confirm that it's working properly. This LCD should be arriving tomorrow and I want to test to see if it's able to break 60Hz.
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post #40 of 86
Where can you buy the CrossOver 2730MD 125Hz?
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