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Originally Posted by SeanEboy View Post

Guys, I'm debating buying a fairly large quantity of these things... Looking upwards of (50-60), and making them available for better pricing... Thoughts on that?

If you do, I'd be interested thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

Perfect pixel is stupid!..Utter nonsense there are seller that guarantee pixel perfect i bought mine pixel perfect and it arrived pixel perfect...also as my seller sold it to me pixel perfect if it arrived at my house NOT pixel perfect he would of in the UK Alone of broken the trade description Act...also he would he of mis-sold me goods as far as Ebay is concerned meaning i would have Ebay on my side and the seller would have to pay for the shipping back to Korea or i would be refunded by pay pal if he did not want to pay shipping back to korea and i would get to keep the monitor for free...Not a bad deal!
In other words, you got a guarantee that will pay your return shipping - what I said. But hey, you bought something off Ebay. You may be in the right, legally, but it's your job to ensure that the seller complies. In other words, it'll be weeks of communication with the seller to fix your issues. And if the seller eventually doesn't want to deal with you anymore? What's the UK government going to do about a foreign national that doesn't reside in the UK? Absolutely nothing.
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As for BLB its expected its why these screens are A- Grade i expected BLB and indeed i had it BLB and i fixed it 100%..however I bought my monitor pixel perfect because i did not want one dead pixel...if he had sent me a screen with one dead pixel...how many times do you think he would pay for shipping the monitor back to korea before he sent me a pixel perfect screen?...i believe he would NOT make the same mistake twice..
I believe he would. Your sellers do not check the monitor. They cannot do so. The monitor is checked at the factory - that is, if it's checked at all. Sellers are NOT going to open your package, hook it up, check it, and then repackage it to send to you.
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Some do NOT want any dead pixels and are prepared to pay extra for that!...i wanted pixel perfect because i cannot fix a dead pixel.. and could not live with any dead pixels..however i can fix BLB and i have got a monitor that is now as good as an A+ screen because i paid extra for pixel perfect and i can fix and repair any BLB...Also i am willing to return as many monitors as needs be if i bought a pixel perfect monitor and did not receive a pixel perfect monitor!....however to most sellers this would be a very expensive game for them to have to play! and believe me your next monitor would indeed be pixel perfect if they had to pay shipping back to korea which they would have no choice but to do!...Also all the members on this forum that i know of have indeed received a pixel perfect monitor when they ordered a pixel perfect monitor!
And I know of "perfect pixel" monitors that were received by members of this very forum, heck, this very thread that did not meet the spec.

And, I know of dozens, hundreds of monitors that people bought, that were not perfect pixel listings, that met the perfect pixel spec.

I never said that perfect pixel monitors will have pixel defects. I only say that perfect pixel is stupid, as I have not seen a statistically significant difference between perfect pixel and non-perfect pixel, and I cannot see a sensible position where offering perfect pixel actually benefits the consumer.

Examples:
Perfect Pixel develops a defective pixel:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1430173/so-i-think-my-korean-1440p-ah-ips-developed-a-bad-pixel-already-any-advice/0_50
Perfect Pixel has 5+ defective pixels:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1445376/perfect-pixel-5-dead-pixels/0_50
Perfect pixel ($20 premium) has 3-5 defective pixels:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1460160/pixel-perfect-is-truth/0_50#post_21609831
"Perfect Pixel" comes with stuck red subpixel:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/12750_50#post_21678674
Another one:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/13050_50#post_21713320
And another...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/4150_50#post_20371683
Edited by kevinsbane - 3/3/14 at 8:54am
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Originally Posted by passinos View Post

You are correct! I didn't know. I was just going off how the connector looked. I am indeed running my 2nd screen on single link which would explain the issue.

Guess its new GPU time.

Come to think of it, I should have got a Multi Input version and went Display Port on my 2nd screen since I wasn't planning on OCing it anyways. Just Ocing the main display for gaming.
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Originally Posted by passinos View Post

You are correct! I didn't know. I was just going off how the connector looked. I am indeed running my 2nd screen on single link which would explain the issue.

Guess its new GPU time.
Disable CrossFire, connect 1 monitor to each GPU. Does it work this way?
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My Pixel Perfect has 1 stuck blue pixel.

The policy was: no defective (dead / stuck) pixels (0 - zero)

Forget about Pixel Perfect. Obviously so many examples here showing Pixel Perfect to be anything but.
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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

Disable CrossFire, connect 1 monitor to each GPU. Does it work this way?

Yes, it seems to work fine. Nice idea.
Except BF4 will be at 45 FPS without CF.

Maybe I can get a cheap DP to DL-DVI converter until I get new GPUs.
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

In other words, you got a guarantee that will pay your return shipping - what I said. But hey, you bought something off Ebay. You may be in the right, legally, but it's your job to ensure that the seller complies. In other words, it'll be weeks of communication with the seller to fix your issues. And if the seller eventually doesn't want to deal with you anymore? What's the UK government going to do about a foreign national that doesn't reside in the UK? Absolutely nothing.

The seller would not be able to get away with weeks of communication they have so many days to sort it out with the Ebays Case system...the Uk goverment would not need to do anything as the the Act has been past and "Ebay uk" are obligated to uphold the Law..i have been in this very situation before as regards mis-sold items from Ebay and i have received a full refund and some times gotten to keep the item..Also you are deluded if you think the seller could get away with not wanting to deal with me anymore!

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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

I believe he would. Your sellers do not check the monitor. They cannot do so. The monitor is checked at the factory - that is, if it's checked at all. Sellers are NOT going to open your package, hook it up, check it, and then repackage it to send to you.

Utter nonsense Again! ..this is pure speculation on your part you are telling me that sellers do not open up monitor ETC ...you do not know this...it is what you would like to believe..however make no mistake i know this... if they sent me a monitor that was NOT pixel perfect they world have to pay for return shipping or paypal would refund me and they would be in Debt to pay pal...these are facts not speculation which seems is the only thing you can supply to support your Argument.
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And I know of "perfect pixel" monitors that were received by members of this very forum, heck, this very thread that did not meet the spec.

And, I know of dozens, hundreds of monitors that people bought, that were not perfect pixel listings, that met the perfect pixel spec.

I never said that perfect pixel monitors will have pixel defects. I only say that perfect pixel is stupid, as I have not seen a statistically significant difference between perfect pixel and non-perfect pixel, and I cannot see a sensible position where offering perfect pixel actually benefits the consumer.

As i said i know of not one member of this forum who has ordered a monitor that from a seller that clams "not one dead pixel" and have received a monitor with any dead pixels!
Edited by lawson67 - 3/3/14 at 9:36am
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My Pixel Perfect has 1 stuck blue pixel.

The policy was: no defective (dead / stuck) pixels (0 - zero)

Forget about Pixel Perfect. Obviously so many examples here showing Pixel Perfect to be anything but.

I would of sent it back but its your choice...
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I would of sent it back but its your choice...
Why would I send back an otherwise almost-perfect display for a single blue stuck pixel that I generally can't see except on a black background and when I look for it?

Point is that it didn't arrive as Perfect Pixel even though I paid $60 for that privilege. I contacted the seller but didn't follow through, hope I do that soon.

On the other hand, it's good that sellers are cooperative and helpful. But it's pretty clear they aren't testing them by eye. Yet, they still accept returns if you didn't get what you asked for, so that's good.
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Why would I send back an otherwise almost-perfect display for a single blue stuck pixel that I generally can't see except on a black background and when I look for it?

Point is that it didn't arrive as Perfect Pixel even though I paid $60 for that privilege. I contacted the seller but didn't follow through, hope I do that soon.

On the other hand, it's good that sellers are cooperative and helpful. But it's pretty clear they aren't testing them by eye. Yet, they still accept returns if you didn't get what you asked for, so that's good.

I can not answer why you should send it back!.....however what i can say is that i would of exercised my right to send it back...its the very reason i paid extra for NO dead pixels
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