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Poll Results: How well is your Korean 2560x1440p monitor holding up???

 
  • 62% (39)
    No issues. Love it!!
  • 20% (13)
    Few little problems, nothing major. Love it!!
  • 3% (2)
    Ordinary. I think it's on it's way out.
  • 6% (4)
    Doesn't work anymore, it broke.
  • 6% (4)
    Never worked, was D.O.A. Massive mistake buying it.
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post #31 of 36
Mine has 2 stuck pixels from day 1. frown.gif

Even though I bought it as "Pixel Perfect".....
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post #32 of 36
Unfortunately that pixel perfect is a gimmick from what ive read on here and its just pot luck :/

Also does anyone else notice thier power brick really hot? I just picked mine up now and its warm, like really warm to touch. Im in UK and I just used my old PSU cable and plugged that into my power brick since my monitor came with some American plug.
post #33 of 36
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Unfortunately that pixel perfect is a gimmick from what ive read on here and its just pot luck :/

Also does anyone else notice thier power brick really hot? I just picked mine up now and its warm, like really warm to touch. Im in UK and I just used my old PSU cable and plugged that into my power brick since my monitor came with some American plug.

Ya, it can get warm if you run max brightness and leave it covered/on a carpet. Nothing scary though, my laptop's power brick gets twice as hot.
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post #34 of 36
Is there a replacement power brick we can buy?

The brick supplied doesnt fill me with confidence. Also im not an electrician, but the power brick says 100-240v 50/60hz, so does it just automatically know what power your plug needs per country? I.e my country the standard is 230V and 50hz.
post #35 of 36
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Is there a replacement power brick we can buy?

The brick supplied doesnt fill me with confidence. Also im not an electrician, but the power brick says 100-240v 50/60hz, so does it just automatically know what power your plug needs per country? I.e my country the standard is 230V and 50hz.

Well I'm an electrical engineering student biggrin.gif. Yes, the power supply detects voltage/frequency input and adjusts automatically, just like ATX power supplies do.

Any 24V power brink that can handle at least 5 amps would work, assuming the plug fits into the monitor.
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