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That's what I'm talking about!!
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Hey, I'm looking at buying a korean 1440p ips/pls monitor and these seem to be the cheapest ones going right now.

Is it really worth the ~$30 to get the "perfect pixel" guarantee or is it luck of the draw either way? Their wording on the perfect pixel warrantee is a bit dubious.
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Most people here agree that pixel perfext is just a marketing ploy to get you to pay more. no evidence that they are less likely to have dead pixels
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Is it really worth the ~$30 to get the "perfect pixel" guarantee or is it luck of the draw either way? Their wording on the perfect pixel warrantee is a bit dubious.



PIXEL PERFECT VS NON PIXEL-PERFECT = no difference just a scam for more money



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Basically hit or miss w/ any. Save money and just buy normal.
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Well my Monitor got delivered from Dream-Seller around 12:30 PM today. It has been sitting here staring at me while I work. I am resisting the temptation of going home early to hook it up. I did take it out and power it up. I tried with 3 different machines that I have here in my Cube to see if I could get it to work but none of them liked it. I did however get to see the monitor test screens flashing showing a Green, Red, Blue, and other screens. Judging from that I did not see any dead or stuck pixels and I looked at it for quite a while trying to get it to work with my computers. None of them have good video cards as the best I have is integrated with the Intel HD3000. Pretty sure that is why it won't work here. Just shows me a bunch of gobbly gook on the screen.

As a side note this thing is a lot bigger than my 24" monitor. Much bigger than I though it would be.

Quick edit for those of you wanting to know the shipping route it took. Here is my shippers log:



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12/13/2013 - Friday

12:18 pm Delivered TOLEDO, OH

9:26 am On FedEx vehicle for delivery NORTHWOOD, OH

8:24 am At local FedEx facility NORTHWOOD, OH

6:34 am At destination sort facility ROMULUS, MI

4:03 am Departed FedEx location MEMPHIS, TN


12/12/2013 - Thursday

11:35 pm Arrived at FedEx location MEMPHIS, TN

2:47 pm Departed FedEx location ANCHORAGE, AK


12/11/2013 - Wednesday

4:16 pm International shipment release - Import ANCHORAGE, AK

2:03 pm In transit ANCHORAGE, AK

11:57 am Arrived at FedEx location ANCHORAGE, AK

10:36 pm In transit JUNG-GU INCHEON KR

9:34 pm In transit JUNG-GU INCHEON KR


12/10/2013 - Tuesday

9:47 pm At local FedEx facility JUNG-GU INCHEON KR

2:35 pm Left FedEx origin facility SASANG-GU BUSAN KR

11:18 am Picked up SASANG-GU BUSAN KR
Edited by Warsteiner - 12/13/13 at 11:58am
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dvi-d fo sho
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dvi-d fo sho
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PIXEL PERFECT VS NON PIXEL-PERFECT = no difference just a scam for more money



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Basically hit or miss w/ any. Save money and just buy normal.

Apparently works in DVI-I as well and OC's well, at least it does on my SLI Titans as I only have a total of 2x DVI-D ports.
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Apparently works in DVI-I as well and OC's well, at least it does on my SLI Titans as I only have a total of 2x DVI-D ports.

Thanks for the clarification. DVI-I works as well. I should know, I was using it on my backup 580 biggrin.gif
post #10959 of 25893
hello everyone! newbie here to learn and understand how this monitor works and overclocks!

so glad to have come across this thread. Was doing some research for my new build, was having difficulties deciding 120hz 23inch or 1440p. Never had imagined that 1440p at 120hz is possible at such attractive price (well, overclock to 120hz is a plus)!

I am not buying now, because I will only build my rig at the end of june next year. So will be here reading through the threads and ask questions~ haha tongue.gif

do you guys think the price of the monitor will drop over the next half a year? from what I know the price has increased over the time?

also there is a revision of the version of the plb board? now it is safer and more reliable than before?

thanks!
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hello everyone! newbie here to learn and understand how this monitor works and overclocks!

so glad to have come across this thread. Was doing some research for my new build, was having difficulties deciding 120hz 23inch or 1440p. Never had imagined that 1440p at 120hz is possible at such attractive price (well, overclock to 120hz is a plus)!

I am not buying now, because I will only build my rig at the end of june next year. So will be here reading through the threads and ask questions~ haha tongue.gif

do you guys think the price of the monitor will drop over the next half a year? from what I know the price has increased over the time?

also there is a revision of the version of the plb board? now it is safer and more reliable than before?

thanks!

Welcome !

To answer your questions prices are up atm due to limited amounts until more are produced as well as the holidays approaching, so they may or may not decrease after january.

PCB issues have been fixed since revision 0 and are now on either 2 or 3 and no more issues.

Image retention reported seems mostly due to 3rd party apps with incorrect settings. Fix is using the graphics built in software very easy to do.

All other's such as pricing and setting up are on the first page and recommendations for sellers change so feel free to ask!
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