Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Monitors and Displays › [Official] Crossover 2795 QHD: PWM/Flicker Free Overclock-able Matte 1440p AH-IPS.
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

[Official] Crossover 2795 QHD: PWM/Flicker Free Overclock-able Matte 1440p AH-IPS. - Page 117

post #1161 of 1998
Ordered a pixel perfect from green-sum just shipped today.. hopefully all is well and I win the korean lottery lol
post #1162 of 1998
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post

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.
compared to the Dell, you can overclock the crossover 2495 without too much of an issue. The Dell has more inputs (DP, 2xHDMI, mini-DP, usb) and can turn 90 degrees. It is 1" larger though so if that's the deciding factor on if it fits on the desk, go for the crossover. Otherwise, pretty much the same. 1440p, IPS, and 60Hz out the box.
just worried if there will be problem, im from malaysia i dont have great customer service like the States, is there lottery or some sort ? that the monitor will be flawless ? because Crossover 434k had many flickering issues etc, im wondering if anyone had problems besides stuck or dead pixels ? like flickering or it off and on by itself ?
post #1163 of 1998
Quote:
Originally Posted by danielhowk View Post

just worried if there will be problem, im from malaysia i dont have great customer service like the States, is there lottery or some sort ? that the monitor will be flawless ? because Crossover 434k had many flickering issues etc, im wondering if anyone had problems besides stuck or dead pixels ? like flickering or it off and on by itself ?

A lot of users here have not had problems so far but yes, these aren't A grade displays. The lottery so far is on your side but there have been people who reported issues after use and some had pixel defects out of the box. Pixel Perfect is not worth it because you have no idea what their checking procedure is and if they even do it.

The crossover 434k is a completely different monitor and panel. I have no information on what that monitor can/can't do so can't compare it to the 2795. I have the 2795 and I can say there is no flickering or frameskip at 96 and 110Hz when I boot and log in to windows. Flickering only occured for specific animations/colors in specific games and on certain websites. Overal, 96Hz is a good setting to keep.

As far as I've read, there have been a couple of people who had issue that the panel displayed artifacts all over the screen or had a colored line from top/bottom or left/right.
post #1164 of 1998
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post

A lot of users here have not had problems so far but yes, these aren't A grade displays. The lottery so far is on your side but there have been people who reported issues after use and some had pixel defects out of the box. Pixel Perfect is not worth it because you have no idea what their checking procedure is and if they even do it.

The crossover 434k is a completely different monitor and panel. I have no information on what that monitor can/can't do so can't compare it to the 2795. I have the 2795 and I can say there is no flickering or frameskip at 96 and 110Hz when I boot and log in to windows. Flickering only occured for specific animations/colors in specific games and on certain websites. Overal, 96Hz is a good setting to keep.

As far as I've read, there have been a couple of people who had issue that the panel displayed artifacts all over the screen or had a colored line from top/bottom or left/right.
nice thanks for the detail explanation rep+ to you. dell u2515h is A grade displays ?
how to those people fix with artifacts all over the screen fix ? mail it back or they send a fix ?
my country i doubt i could get a 1 to 1 exchange after a couple of weeks, unless theres defect straight up i could exchange but otherwise if it appears after awhile then im pretty much stuck with it
thats is why im just checking this model Quality control check ? just to be sure smile.gif
post #1165 of 1998
Quote:
Originally Posted by danielhowk View Post

nice thanks for the detail explanation rep+ to you. dell u2515h is A grade displays ?
how to those people fix with artifacts all over the screen fix ? mail it back or they send a fix ?
my country i doubt i could get a 1 to 1 exchange after a couple of weeks, unless theres defect straight up i could exchange but otherwise if it appears after awhile then im pretty much stuck with it
thats is why im just checking this model Quality control check ? just to be sure smile.gif

After googling around, I believe the panel Dell uses is the LM250WQ1-SSA1 (grade A from manufacturer listed). We have the LM270WQ1-SLC1 or LM270WQ1-SLC2 (grade B from manufacturer listed). Both are made by LG Displays. Here is a comparison of the various specifications, though that won't tell you a lot. In short, they are the same type of display but the Dell one has 1.07 billion colors vs 16.7 million since it's a 10bit display. Also, I was wrong in saying the Crossover is 24", it's actually 27".

So the reiterate, Dell = smaller display @1440p, more colors (10bit), tilt to portrait
Crossover = larger display @1440p, high chance to overclock to 96Hz (small chance for 110, very low chance 120Hz)

There are guides in the first post on how to fix excessive backlight bleed (due to panel being screwed in too tight or bezel not flush with the panel) and sometimes a pixel is just stuck and need to be unstuck through http://www.jscreenfix.com/ for example.

edit: As MenacingTuba said, 10bit is pretty much marketing for regular consumers/pc gamers.
Edited by BadRobot - 10/20/15 at 4:47pm
post #1166 of 1998
Thread Starter 
10 Bit Monitors: 99% are 8 bit+FRC and AMD Quadro or Nvidia Firepro gpu's are required to send+receive a true 10 bit signal. 10 bit consumer content (games, movies, TV) does not exist. Like the bit depth, the extra FRC is also a mostly meaningless specification which has no perceivable impact on image quality. 2795>Dell for PC gaming; Dell>2795 for use with external devices like consoles since the single input Korean monitors only work with computers.
Dr. Tesla
(17 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 4770k MSI Z87 MPOWER MAX Zotac GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme Patriot Viper 3 Series, Sapphire Blue Edition D... 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Corsair H80 Windows 7 Ultimate X-Star DP2710 Glossy Qnix QX2710 Matte 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Viewsonic VP2780-4K HP 25er Razer Black Widow Ultimate Antec HCP 1200w 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Lian Li PC-P80 Razer Lachesis Roccat Sense Glacier Blue Beyerdynamic T90 Jubilee 
Audio
Essence HDACC 
  hide details  
Reply
Dr. Tesla
(17 items)
 
  
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 4770k MSI Z87 MPOWER MAX Zotac GTX 980 Ti AMP! Extreme Patriot Viper 3 Series, Sapphire Blue Edition D... 
CoolingOSMonitorMonitor
Corsair H80 Windows 7 Ultimate X-Star DP2710 Glossy Qnix QX2710 Matte 
MonitorMonitorKeyboardPower
Viewsonic VP2780-4K HP 25er Razer Black Widow Ultimate Antec HCP 1200w 
CaseMouseMouse PadAudio
Lian Li PC-P80 Razer Lachesis Roccat Sense Glacier Blue Beyerdynamic T90 Jubilee 
Audio
Essence HDACC 
  hide details  
Reply
post #1167 of 1998
thats true, if you do not use professional graphics card no 10bit even your monitor is 10bit
post #1168 of 1998
Quote:
Originally Posted by strykn View Post

Ordered a pixel perfect from green-sum just shipped today.. hopefully all is well and I win the korean lottery lol

Same here. Due to arrive Thursday/Friday, hope I win the lottery as well and that DHL doesn't destroy the monitor. Bought a Crossover 27Q from Green-sum 3 years ago. It arrived w/o any dead pixels however the aluminium frame had gotten damaged during the shipping but the monitor itself was fine. I showed green-sum a picture of the damage and asked him of future problems by pressure being applied to the monitor inside. He told me it shouldn't cause any problems but offered me a new monitor if I paid the return shipment. I refused and kept the montitor since it was only a cosmetic fault. 3 years later no problems whatsoever. But much can change in 3 years regarding customer service. So lets hope for a perfect monitor for both of us!
post #1169 of 1998
The seller I bought mine from (helloemart) is going to send me a replacement and they are going to ask the manufacturer to check for zero dead/stuck pixels. They provided the return shipping label. Very cool. It was only one stuck pixel and they could have refused since policy on a pixel perfect it 1 so that was awesome. He did say that stuck pixels can happen during the shock of transport... Anyone know if there is any truth to that?
I think most of these monitors end up being really good, sounds like I just had bad luck.
post #1170 of 1998
I might get one of these for my 980 ti, how consistent are the overclocks? and how is the build quality? (bezels, stand, etc...)
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Monitors and Displays
Overclock.net › Forums › Components › Monitors and Displays › [Official] Crossover 2795 QHD: PWM/Flicker Free Overclock-able Matte 1440p AH-IPS.