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Hey, thanks for the response

I'm a bit hung over, got taken to the cops station last night, bought a rose for like 20$, my buddy got his eye dumb'd up, so bare with my grammatical schenangians.

I have a sager 9390 (core i7 3980?, 32g ram, 160+250SSD, 780gtx, blu-ray burner, etc.)

I am not seeing any bios or anything from the monitor itself on startup.

No worries, it sounds like you're having a real adventure there. smile.gif

That card fully supports dual link dvi so maybe try a different cable if you can and check the connections are ok.
post #9272 of 25891
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Must be a few weeks since I replaced my pcb, received an email today from the seller requesting I return the defective one lol, no mention of postage cost from the Uk to Korea, safe to say it was thrown in the bin then.

Yeah they really want those pcb's, they really wanted the monitor that I received damaged back and I had no idea why at the time. Must have wanted to take the pcb out of it.

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Must be a few weeks since I replaced my pcb, received an email today from the seller requesting I return the defective one lol, no mention of postage cost from the Uk to Korea, safe to say it was thrown in the bin then.


so, they replaced it, but you're not decent enough to return the part? did you pay to get the new one shipped to you? if no, then it's only fair for you to return the damaged.

..and people wonder why sellers don't always work with people to resolve problems.
post #9273 of 25891
I got sent out a replacement PCB too, also got asked to return it. Haven't got around to trying the new one yet though.
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so, they replaced it, but you're not decent enough to return the part? did you pay to get the new one shipped to you? if no, then it's only fair for you to return the damaged.

..and people wonder why sellers don't always work with people to resolve problems.

This post made me lol. Fyi, they were not doing me a favour by replacing my pcb. I bought a product from them that was faulty ( lasted 48hrs), which took them near on 7 weeks to resolve. Their resolution was for me to replace my own pcb ( they should really have had to pay return shipping on the screen and replacement as a whole), if the screen was not from half way across the world this would not be an acceptable solution. They replaced it now going on a month ago, no mention of returning the pcb at the time of conversation. You think I should have to pay for the postage on return???? shoddy customer service companies must love you and your ideology. I paid for a fully working product (generic faults accepted), at no point in that process should I have to fix it myself or incur extra financial penalty.
Edited by Ghost12 - 11/15/13 at 7:14pm
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so, they replaced it, but you're not decent enough to return the part? did you pay to get the new one shipped to you? if no, then it's only fair for you to return the damaged.

..and people wonder why sellers don't always work with people to resolve problems.

This post made me lol. Fyi, they were not doing me a favour by replacing my pcb. I bought a product from them that was faulty ( lasted 48hrs), which took them near on 7 weeks to resolve. Their resolution was for me to replace my own pcb ( they should really have had to pay return shipping on the screen and replacement as a whole), if the screen was not from half way across the world this would not be an acceptable solution. They replaced it now going on a month ago, no mention of returning the pcb at the time of conversation. You think I should have to pay for the postage on return???? shoddy customer service companies must love you and your ideology. I paid for a fully working product (generic faults accepted), at no point in that process should I have to fix it myself or incur extra financial penalty.

well, part of my statement was incorrect not knowing the history, just based on the one comment, sorry for that. but, I guess that makes it ok for you to damn my ideology of "doing the right thing, even if someone else doesn't"
we all paid for a working product with the much higher chance of defects. with the known possibility that returning/fixing may cost more than it's worth. that's the known "korean monitor lottery" if you didn't sign up for that, sorry for your bad luck. next time buy from a big brand. (with, amazingly, a lottery of defects)
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What? Main thing here is he should not be out-of-pocket, I'm fairly sure he'd have returned it if it the seller gave him the money to do so - up front, because it'd be incredibly hard to get it out of them otherwise.

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I am unable to load color profiles.

I have done quite a bit of searching, but under my color management the only options are printers.

According to microsoft this is because a "third party software" is controlling the color management. I have not found any color management profiles available in CCC, and im pretty sure others here have CCC and are able to load the ICC profiles.

Any ideas?
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Yeah they really want those pcb's, they really wanted the monitor that I received damaged back and I had no idea why at the time. Must have wanted to take the pcb out of it.

They need it back because they will RMA the bad parts to their venders which they will then get reimbursed. Also they might need physical proof that the monitor was damaged during shipping since their insurance will cover the damages. Usually we just have the customer take pictures and send them to our shipping company but there are salvageable parts.
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This post made me lol. Fyi, they were not doing me a favour by replacing my pcb. I bought a product from them that was faulty ( lasted 48hrs), which took them near on 7 weeks to resolve. Their resolution was for me to replace my own pcb ( they should really have had to pay return shipping on the screen and replacement as a whole), if the screen was not from half way across the world this would not be an acceptable solution. They replaced it now going on a month ago, no mention of returning the pcb at the time of conversation. You think I should have to pay for the postage on return???? shoddy customer service companies must love you and your ideology. I paid for a fully working product (generic faults accepted), at no point in that process should I have to fix it myself or incur extra financial penalty.

They should have taken care of you not everyone knows or should know how to repair these. I understand some people aren't as technically inclines as others. I had my LED driver in my crossover 27Q fail since the mosfet overheated. This was at 4 months of use and granted I bought the 27Q when it first came out about 2 years ago. No one online had any problems at all and could not find a company that sold the led driver exactly for the LG-S-IPS panel. I emailed AW pictures of the failed mosfet on the pcb and demanded a new REV of the previous engineered design. I even stated that I will not accept another REV 00 led driver. I told them that I work on monitors on a daily basis and will be replacing it myself. They sent me a new REV of the LED driver over night. I was very happy how they handled it. Luckily I work on monitors/industrial computers everyday and replaced it myself within a few minutes. I also could have ordered a new one from my work but shouldn't have to pay a dime since it was under the 1 year warranty.

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I am unable to load color profiles.

I have done quite a bit of searching, but under my color management the only options are printers.

According to microsoft this is because a "third party software" is controlling the color management. I have not found any color management profiles available in CCC, and im pretty sure others here have CCC and are able to load the ICC profiles.

Any ideas?

If its saying third party program is being used for color management such as your video driver. Have you ran through the windows built in calibration wizard? If yes it should have created a profile for your monitor unless you have another program installed that is controlling color management.
Edited by Craigaaa - 11/16/13 at 7:38am
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Are those the QNIX evo II? Not bad. I kind of liked the glossy LG panel on the crossover over matte. I just sold my crossover 27Q last night and currently using a hansg at 1080p. I can't believe how cheap these monitors are now. I remember paying over $400 the crossover. Unfortunately I have been without a debit card for 2 weeks now! My bank just shipped me a new one with pin. Can't wait until its here so I can buy one of these, miss the high res.
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