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Yamakasi QH2711 BLACK LABEL PREMIUM: switch OSD to English

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 
I recently purchased QH2711 from ebay and I absolutely love it.

The only thing I can't do it switch the OSD language to English. I looked around and it seems that he OSD for the premium model is different than the ones for basic and DP.

I am running OSD 270DP Rev 1.01

any help would be great.
post #2 of 5
Thread Starter 
finally figured it out using a virtual Korean keyboard (http://www.branah.com/korean)

press M
press ^
press +
press v
press +
press v (영어)
press M
post #3 of 5
I am considering buying a Korean screen. This one is on my list but there is almost no reviews/testing of this model online. Could you please tell me did you get it off ebay? If so, which seller?
- Any dead pixels?
- Any light bleeding?
- If you are gaming, is there any input lag? (tftcentral didn't do a review on this one so I can only guess that it might be around 25ms with all those ports at the back, but maybe they have used a new board on this model - since touch control buttons included. Maybe it is an updated model and its faster, who knows).
- How are the touch buttons?
- Is the screens build quality as good as it is on the pictures? (I dont care about the stand, just the main unit)

How would you rate your experience so far from 1 to 10? Thanks
post #4 of 5
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Originally Posted by n00k1e View Post

I am considering buying a Korean screen. This one is on my list but there is almost no reviews/testing of this model online. Could you please tell me did you get it off ebay? If so, which seller?
- Any dead pixels?
- Any light bleeding?
- If you are gaming, is there any input lag? (tftcentral didn't do a review on this one so I can only guess that it might be around 25ms with all those ports at the back, but maybe they have used a new board on this model - since touch control buttons included. Maybe it is an updated model and its faster, who knows).
- How are the touch buttons?
- Is the screens build quality as good as it is on the pictures? (I dont care about the stand, just the main unit)

How would you rate your experience so far from 1 to 10? Thanks



i just purchased this monitor from dream seller.build quality is excellent i dont feel any lag in games such as bf4. i have one dead pixel which i can only see if i look really close to the screen.i dont notice it.it as a small bit of back light bleed at the bottom right and side.touch buttons work for volume brightness color ect. i havent tried overclocking ,this is the best monitor i have ever owned. i give it 10 out of 10.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
intel i5 2500k @4.1ghz asus p5kpl msi gamer r9 290 8gig g-skill ddr3 2x4gigs 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
mx500 ssd 240 gig pioneer 115 zalman windows 8.1 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
YAMAKASI QH2711 Black Label hiper silverstone 700w strider bronze atx 
Mouse
razer death adder 
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post #5 of 5
This also worked for Yamakasi 300 Sparta Series 2500x1600, apart from using + instead of M on the very last step.
Thanks for this, I had been searching on and off nearly 2 years.
Now I see the english text I think "Is that it?",
Thanks again
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