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I would go with the Crossover that is on Newegg. Then if you have issues, you can return it.
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well, it basically is a choice of price vs looks vs overclock ability. I cared less about looks but wanted to try a faster screen so went for the top overclocker, but I got no experience with the other brands so I can't give arguments about build quality or looks.

I understood from when I investigated the same a few weeks back that the Qnix/X-star monitors with only a DVI-D are the only monitors with a verified reliable overclock. (as in they don't skip frames and most of them are able to clock to 96Hz or higher)
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If you want to overclock get the cheaper Qnix or X-Star that uses PLS technology that is not as color accurate as IPS but still good.
You say that like it was fact. The opinions about that seems to vary between different reviewers and different users. Some of the Korean IPS panels might have a better calibration out of the box though I suppose.

To be fair, I haven't tried a more recently released AH-IPS monitor. My old monitor was an S-IPS monitor from a few years back when they were really expensive.
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Hmm... The Ebay retailers are blatently advertising that the 2755AMG is overclockable.
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Hmm... The Ebay retailers are blatently advertising that the 2755AMG is overclockable.

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The ebayers would also be blatantly wrong.

Just like how their "compatibility chart" is also blatantly wrong. Just like how they describe that DVI-D Dual link is required (and DVI-I dual link doesn't). They are wrong about a remarkable number of things. The 2755AMG overclocking happens to be one of them.
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The ebayers would also be blatantly wrong.

Just like how their "compatibility chart" is also blatantly wrong. Just like how they describe that DVI-D Dual link is required (and DVI-I dual link doesn't). They are wrong about a remarkable number of things. The 2755AMG overclocking happens to be one of them.
I think part of the problem is that they all copy and paste a lot of the description from other sellers or something. If one lists something incorrect, it suddenly shows up on all of them.

I have noticed they even copy and paste feedback between each other.
post #18 of 19
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Damn... thats a shame. I was definitely leaning towards the Black Tune 2755AMG.

Ok. Now a new question: Is it better to have an AH-IPS Black Tune 2755AMG at 60hz or an overclocked LPS QNIX at 120hz?
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Damn... thats a shame. I was definitely leaning towards the Black Tune 2755AMG.

Ok. Now a new question: Is it better to have an AH-IPS Black Tune 2755AMG at 60hz or an overclocked LPS QNIX at 120hz?

I would go with the qnix unless you care about getting the second best color accurate korean monitor.
If not, get the crossover blacktune or 27qw, which is 60 dollars cheaper than the blacktune. Its basically as color accurate as the blacktune
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