Have to rma my crossover 2763amg! Does anyone have problem with displayport not working? I have an nvidia quadro with 2 displayport and my crossover 2763 won't detect the signal!
Just curious, what kind of professional work do you do that you have a Quadro for? I'm just assuming since you got a 1440p monitor and have an Nvidia Quadro as opposed to a gaming card that your PC is more of a workstation and you probably do some sort of pro work on it. I use this monitor partly for architectural 3D modeling in an Auto Desk program called Revit (Revit is a BIM program that has been slowly phasing out AutoCAD in engineering and especially architecture, etc).
A great thread. My mind is overloaded with information--been scouring the internet and reading for about 10 hours on this subject. Now I need some advice. I've read reviews between the Crossover 2755AMG and QNIX QX2710. Both fascinating reviews. What I gathered between the two, more or less, is that they're incredible standouts in this price range, and that the 2755AMG is great for all around use, especially professional video/photo production while the QX2710 is geared more towards regular gamers and movie watching.
Anyone think the 2755AMG's PDC ruins the movie watching experience? Does the delay make it all that unsuitable for gaming a few days a week? (Probably depends on RPG vs FPS genres). The 2755 is much prettier and multi-input would be great, not to mention a fantastic color profile. What are your thoughts, deciding between the two?
I don't notice anything negative while watching movies. They look great and run smooth. As for gaming, you do kind of want a card that can power this monitor at it's full 60hz at all times, if possible. I use adaptive V-sync and the tearing is somewhat noticeable at times when the frames dip below 60fps. As long as you're at least in the 50-60fps range, it actually works great as a gaming monitor. Games look beautiful and it's plenty smooth, especially for a casual gamer. It feels smooth and responsive and I doubt most average people could tell a difference between it and the Qnix, especially since they're both working with a high-ish response time (which still isn't too bad and definitely not noticeable unless you're used to 1ms and 120hz). I am getting the new 1440p Asus ROG monitor with G-sync so I can have a true 144hz and 1ms response time G-sync monitor in 1440p and while I'm sure it will be an amazing monitor to game on, I am actually slightly worried that it won't be THAT noticeable compared to the Crossover. I think it will mostly only be noticeable in "feel". The Crossover is plenty good enough to game enjoyably on, though.
I've recently got a QH2700 from dream-seller and it's brilliant: no dead pixels, limited backlight bleed. OK, so the physical buttons on the back are very plasticky, and it'd be nice to be able to switch between the DisplayPort and DVI inputs more quickly, but I was very pleased.
Unfortunately, there's a weird fault where 5 thin bands (~10px wide) appear on screen at irregular intervals.
The speed the bands within the lines seem to move is related to the resolution, as is the gap between each one. However, it's not specific to any input (affects DVI and DisplayPort), cable, machine (Linux desktop with NVidia GT430 or 2012 MacBook Air), or how long the monitor's been on for.
dream-seller's been very helpful, and is talking to the manufacturer for the best way to resolve, but I wondered if anyone else had seen anything like it, or had any ideas? Edited by Jaffa2 - 3/2/14 at 2:58pm
I'm sorry about your fault on your screen. I do research on this model but the information from buyers is not much. TFTCentral review says this model has problem with brightness control; we decrease the brightness, the contrast also decreased. TFTCentral informed Achieva to fix it and they said they would. Could you comment about brightness control on your screen? Thanks.
TFTCentral review says this model has problem with brightness control; we decrease the brightness, the contrast also decreased. TFTCentral informed Achieva to fix it and they said they would. Could you comment about brightness control on your screen?
That problem has allegedly been fixed. I've not seen it as a problem, but I found the default brightness too low and had to increase it anyway.
Just received my QH2700, and I get no picture. I've tried plugging it in while the computer was already on, while it was off, and I've tried having it plugged in by itself and with my old monitor. When I have both plugged in and boot up, nothing appears on either monitor. I'm at work right now and I don't remember how exactly I got it, but I did manage to have both plugged in, and my old monitor working. I was able to see that the computer recognizes the monitor (though it's showing as a generic PnP monitor...I'm not sure if it's supposed to identify the model or not), but still no image. Any ideas on what's going on?
edit: I opened it up again to take another look at the insides, and I noticed that the cable running to the display itself was slightly unplugged, like by <1 mm. I put it back in nice and snug and now everything's working, except I'm too lazy to find an accessible computer at work that can output at 2560x1440 Edited by potam - 3/3/14 at 6:57pm