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I had an email this morning from Dream Seller apologizing for the delay, and that there will be one more delay but my monitor will ship on the 28th, and there will be no further delays. I hope so!

I received the same email from Dream Seller as well around 4:30am EST. Originally I remember seeing the page saying there would be a delay and my monitor would ship on the 26th due to the large influx of orders. After not receiving at tracking number from him I emailed him and his was response was that it would be shipping on the 28th and he's sorry for the delay. Here's to hoping it goes out on time! If both of our ship out on the 28th, do you think they would be delivered this weekend? I'm on the east coast USA.
post #6172 of 25887
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I don't really know what I should think of Dream-Seller after this. They were incredibly evasive and slack until I put some pressure on them. On the other hand, they fixed the "problem" after all. But it only came this far because they claim "shipping the next day" and then after almost three days NOTHING happened. And then all you get is "sorry, you have to wait another 6 days before we even get it wrapped up and shipped"...
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Pretty much exactly how I feel. accessorieswhole already shipped the monitor within a day, while dream-seller took 4 1/2 days just to give me a refund.
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How do I get past the 60hz limit if I want to overclock via the nvidia control panel? I already installed the patch.

CRU works great on one of my machines with a 780 but I have another computer running a 480 and it wouldn't do 120hz at all. Overclocking via Nvidia CP would be much easier than restarting using CRU.
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What you need is some sort of tool that would allow you to choose a pixel, then make sure it only shows colour in certain situations. That would make stuck pixels more desirable than dead ones.
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Can anyone help me?
I've had the monitor for about a month. It's been overclocked to around 100 hz just fine. Then the blue light started to flicker weirdly, and then the monitor turned off.
when I plug the dvi cable in, I hear a faint pop, and then the blue light goes dim again. It can still detect the monitor, but no picture. I'm hoping this is just a problem with the dvi cable, and not the monitor.
But then would the light be going dim like that if it was just the dvi cable?
Any suggestions before I try to buy another cable?

Hmm I am not really sure what to suggest dude but the "pop and flickering" sounds worrisome and I don't have a lot of confidence this is cable-related. But proper troubleshooting dictates you try one...

Good luck.
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What you need is some sort of tool that would allow you to choose a pixel, then make sure it only shows colour in certain situations. That would make stuck pixels more desirable than dead ones.

Wouldn't this type of "control" simply allow the stucks to be fixed?
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What you need is some sort of tool that would allow you to choose a pixel, then make sure it only shows colour in certain situations. That would make stuck pixels more desirable than dead ones.

Wouldn't this type of "control" simply allow the stucks to be fixed?

You're right, I forgot stuck pixels cannot be "turned off" while the monitor is on. That said, you could still specify the pixel and what colour it is stuck on. That way a simple table could be used to decide, from the surrounding pixels, which colour to send to this one so it doesn't stand out like a sore thumb.

E.g. if you have a stuck blue-sub pixel and show blanket red, the comp would decide to make that pixel white, which would stand out a lot less than blue.
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Heh. Well, green-sum ships quickly, but they're liars. So six of one, half-dozen of another.

Hello, this is Green-Sum, the eBay seller.
First of all, we are deeply sorry for your inconvenience. We will make our best efforts to support you.

We received the pictures. Thank you for your cooperation. LCD and LED monitors could have some BLB by their manufacturing nature. In a dark background, LG, SAMSUNG, or DELL monitors have the problem. It is a limit of LCD and LED monitors. Manufacturers say it will be reduced gradually as use.

Please let us know if you have additional questions or issue. Again, sorry for your inconvenience.
Thank you.

Best regards,
Green-Sum

What I've learned from this experience is that these Korean monitors can indeed be a very good value, but you need to be both patient and handy to fix what will more than likely be a damaged panel.

On the plus side, mine's now pretty much fine with zero dead pixels once I took the hammer and tongs (and tape) to it.
Edited by Darknight1 - 8/27/13 at 8:30am
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So I've tried the stock cable and the following cable and still can't get 120Hz. I can't get a 24AWG cable here in south Africa

http://www.lindy.co.uk/cables-adapters-c1/audio-video-c107/dvi-c110/2m-premium-gold-dvi-d-dual-link-cable-p2793

I get green lines on my screen
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How do I get past the 60hz limit if I want to overclock via the nvidia control panel? I already installed the patch.

CRU works great on one of my machines with a 780 but I have another computer running a 480 and it wouldn't do 120hz at all. Overclocking via Nvidia CP would be much easier than restarting using CRU.
Why did u need a patch? I didn't need one.
However, maybe this screenshots helps ya (even when it's in german):
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Edited by Zipper Fairy - 8/28/13 at 6:35am
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