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Ask him to pay for return shipping and send a perfect pixel replacement asap (within 48 hours) or you'll open an ebay claim. There have been reports of sellers trying to "time out" the claim so you should be pretty blunt.

It also would help to add "I'm reporting this on forums so if this goes smoothly I'll tell them" - maybe not in those exact words but something to that effect.


I've been polite so far and so has he so I'm hoping to not have to resort to an ebay claim (but will if I have to.) I'm going to reply asking for a replacement when I get home later.

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Originally Posted by EniGma1987 View Post

I think people are being too picky and unreasonable when they order a pixel perfect version. Sure we all want every pixel to be perfect, but if you read then you will see that the policy is almost always that there will be 0-2 pixels bad for these versions as well as guaranteed no bright pixels, while regular models can have up to 5 bad pixels. To make such a fuss that you have 1 bad pixel on the whole monitor made up of 3,692,160 pixels when you bought a known defective panel is just silly.

I wish my pixel perfect came with just a dead pixel, I'd be fine with that...honestly how would one even see it? Having a bright pixel however is unfailingly noticable and I don't think it's silly to complain about that. Yeah it's a cheap monitor (mine has all the other "features," blb, panel play, crummy stand, along with a loose power plug inside the monitor,) but those are livable for the price.
post #3372 of 25893
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No, and no crossfire doesnt need 2 bridges.
Come on people, this topic is not the place for such simple questions.
We have google for that.
Actually crossfire does need two bridges to achieve 1440p at 120hz. So before you start yelling at people make sure you at least know what you are talking about.. And no nvidia only needs one bridge..
 
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Actually crossfire does need two bridges to achieve 1440p at 120hz. So before you start yelling at people make sure you at least know what you are talking about.. And no nvidia only needs one bridge..
That's news for me, but such questions still are simple google questions.
And since AMD cards all come with a bridge, he would've figured it out anyway wink.gif
post #3374 of 25893
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Originally Posted by OneGun View Post

Actually crossfire does need two bridges to achieve 1440p at 120hz. So before you start yelling at people make sure you at least know what you are talking about.. And no nvidia only needs one bridge..

That's the answer I was looking for, thanks.
post #3375 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Deluxe View Post

That's news for me, but such questions still are simple google questions.
And since AMD cards all come with a bridge, he would've figured it out anyway wink.gif

Depends on the cards in question. 7870's only have room for one crossfire bridge (at least the ones I had) and I got 120hz at 1440p no problem.
post #3376 of 25893
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That's news for me, but such questions still are simple google questions.
And since AMD cards all come with a bridge, he would've figured it out anyway wink.gif
Here is a quote from ToastyX from the driver patcher site..


Requirements:
Windows Vista or later
5000-series GPU or newer
CrossFire requires two bridges if the pixel clock is greater than 320 MHz. This is only possible with cards that have two connectors. It will not work properly with more than two cards.
 
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Here is a quote from ToastyX from the driver patcher site..


Requirements:
Windows Vista or later
5000-series GPU or newer
CrossFire requires two bridges if the pixel clock is greater than 320 MHz. This is only possible with cards that have two connectors. It will not work properly with more than two cards.

I've read that, but I wonder how outdated that is. Like I've said, I had cards that only had one bridge, and it worked perfectly.
post #3378 of 25893
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I've read that, but I wonder how outdated that is. Like I've said, I had cards that only had one bridge, and it worked perfectly.
I know of issues of people with the 79series cards where games would crash and such with only 1 bridge. As soon as they added second bridge the issues were gone..
 
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post #3379 of 25893
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I know of issues of people with the 79series cards where games would crash and such with only 1 bridge. As soon as they added second bridge the issues were gone..

So I'd assume that its 79x series cards that have this issue at least. Might not effect 78x series cards.
post #3380 of 25893
I game at 120hz and at about 100Hz my screen was black and i needed a second bridge to go past it. 96Hz no problem on 1 bridge.
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