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post #1151 of 1999
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I know this is a stupid question but are you sure its not dust or dirt?
I was paranoid and thought the same thing I thought I had like 4-5 dead pixels. They were very small. Then I brushed my screen with a cloth and they disappeared. LOL.
Yea it was some dust....

Hehe yeah I have wiped the screen a few times to be sure, I had a few other suspect dots like you that also turned out to be dust, but this one remains

It is a dead pixel and is always black no matter the colour on the screen and while it is rare to bring these types back to life I have read, at least they don't stand out unlike in agent8's unfortunate case, I had a feeling it was different/worse than mine, but he/she also may have a better chance to fix it compared to mine.

As I said in a previous post though, it really isn't a problem as it doesn't stick out when using the monitor and I certainly would have taken a dead pixel over other things that could have happened to the monitor
post #1152 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Bones28 View Post

Hehe yeah I have wiped the screen a few times to be sure, I had a few other suspect dots like you that also turned out to be dust, but this one remains

It is a dead pixel and is always black no matter the colour on the screen and while it is rare to bring these types back to life I have read, at least they don't stand out unlike in agent8's unfortunate case, I had a feeling it was different/worse than mine, but he/she also may have a better chance to fix it compared to mine.

As I said in a previous post though, it really isn't a problem as it doesn't stick out when using the monitor and I certainly would have taken a dead pixel over other things that could have happened to the monitor

I, too, had this dust problem when it first arrived... so you're on to something. I thought I had a few dead pixels until I realized they were "shifting" smile.gif Wiping the screen gently fixed that.
post #1153 of 1999
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Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post


Yeah, I got 110Hz. But it kept bugging out for random things. Like /r/battlefield's snow header https://gfycat.com/AgedTalkativeDassie or while playing darker maps in Rocket League. No problems in Dark Souls though. Still... I backed down to 96 for that neat stability.

edit: 110Hz in CRU with LCD reduced. Using R9 290 and stock cable.

I thought dark souls was frame rate capped?
post #1154 of 1999
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I thought dark souls was frame rate capped?

Yeah but my artifacting occurred when very specific shades of grey appeared onscreen and the flickering/artifacting in the darkened arena of Rocket League. DS1 is ridiculously dark and no artifacting happened there. Elite Dangerous with vsync was 96Hz during good times though but thats when I switched to 96. I'll test again with 110 tomorrow.
post #1155 of 1999
My screen started to flicker like crazy with static, similar to what my other screen does, except with colors after a few minutes it stoped.. (same as with my other screen..) I found it very strange.. I know after some research my other screen problem is due to some leaking capacitor.. but here ? leaking capacitors too ?

Perhaps it's just because it's a bit cold in my room, it's 23.5 though.. not that cold either.

I made a video but don't really have time to upload I must go to work soon, but will post later, have any of you experienced similar problems ?

I think the return is getting more and more likely..
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post #1156 of 1999
Damn, helloemart just upped the price right when I was about to order... how's greensum?
post #1157 of 1999
From the looks of it, Helloemart just sold all their crap reject monitors and then upped the price. I would payed 20-30 dollars more for one with no stuck pixels. I was hoping by now I would get used to mine but that bright green pixel is the only thing I see when I turn this thing on.
post #1158 of 1999
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Product Page (Korean).
Overclocking Guide for AMD & Nvidia Graphics Cards.

Review by Playerwares
. (Korean)
[H]ard Forum Thread
ICC Profiles

It uses a matte 2560x1440 LG LM270WQ1-SLC1 AH-IPS panel (proof).

The Crossover 2795QHD uses a 27" 2560x1440 resolution 8 Bit matte LG AH-IPS panel and can be overclocked. The Crossover 2795 does not use LED PWM Dimming unlike the Qnix/X-Star monitors, has excellent colour presets, high contrast and fast pixel response times. Its main downside is the use of a glossy black bezel which ruins the perceived black depth (Microsoft Paint Example & Monitor Example). Unfortunately, most Korean monitors use glossy black bezels, as do expensive monitors like the Acer XB270HU frown.gif

Most versions (there are at least 3 for both the glossy and matte PLS versions) of the Qnix/X-Star use LED PWM Dimming which ruins motion clarity (example) and cause some people to suffer from health issues like headaches and eyestrain. PWM Side Effects. Blur Busters 60hz vs. 120hz. The 2795 QHD has more accurate colours than all glossy Qnix/X-Stars (especially the new 07 glossy panel which uses PWM) and faster pixel response times/less ghosting than all PLS Qnix/X-Stars.
Hi i was planning on Dell U2515H till i stumble upon this monitor,
what are the pros and cons of crossover versus dell ?
and so far this monitor has been out for month is there any issue with it ? Flickering etc ?
the crossover 434k have bad flickering issue, how is this monitor so far now ? thanks
post #1159 of 1999
Just as an update, Helloemart has responded to my stuck pixel issue and asked for pictures. They said that the panels are inspected but may happen during DHL shipping. We'll see what happens.

Edit, just got this.

"Hello,

Thank you for the picture.

We'll speak with management and see what can be done. We ask that you be patient with us as we try to resolve this as soon as possible."

Man I hope they can do something. This totally ruined my weekend. That green pixel is like a pink elephant in a bathroom.

Edit: Helloemart is going to fully take care of me. I want to like this monitor so I will try it all again...
Edited by agent8 - 10/19/15 at 4:29pm
post #1160 of 1999
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Damn, helloemart just upped the price right when I was about to order... how's greensum?

I'd order from greensum if you could. People here said he's quite good. Dream-seller is also an option. I bought mine from dream.
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Hi i was planning on Dell U2515H till i stumble upon this monitor,
what are the pros and cons of crossover versus dell ?
and so far this monitor has been out for month is there any issue with it ? Flickering etc ?
the crossover 434k have bad flickering issue, how is this monitor so far now ? thanks

compared to the Dell, you can overclock the crossover 2795* without too much of an issue. The Dell has more inputs (DP, 2xHDMI, mini-DP, usb) and can turn 90 degrees. Dell is 2" smaller though so if that's the deciding factor on if it fits on the desk, go for the Dell. Otherwise, pretty much the same. 1440p, IPS, and 60Hz out the box.

edit: adding what I found here.

Dell is 10bit panel so has 1.07 billion colors vs 16.7 million of Crossover. Both are made by LG Display http://www.panelook.com/modelcompare.php?ids=22566,23651
Edited by BadRobot - 10/20/15 at 4:56am
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