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post #1181 of 1999
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Originally Posted by whybother View Post

I really wanted the Asus PG279Q for non-competitive gaming. However, due to quality control issues I've just bought a Chinese 2795 for £167 / $250 (eBay have a 20% off sale here atm). I suspect my chances of a defect-free monitor are higher than buying the Asus. What is the world coming to smile.gif

My Man! ... +R for even listing the FW900 in your specs thumb.gif

Best monitor I've ever owned! Mine had an unfortunate accident (electrical surge) back in '07 and I have been looking for a suitable (LCD) replacement ever since ... and I'm still looking ... but these glossy overclockable Koreans aren't too bad especially for the dollars compared to the PG279Q and XB270HU ... you must have seen some of my posts like THIS ONE wink.gif
Edited by TomcatV - 10/24/15 at 11:13am
 
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post #1182 of 1999
I'm about to pull the trigger for this monitor, i have 2 questions before i purchase if anyone would be kind enough to answer. First time purchasing a overclocking monitor and planning to try it.
1.Crossover 2795 is overclockable right ? if thats the case i see previous post from this thread some people overclocking it to 85hz some 90hz and some 110hz without skipping frames for all. Is it like silicon lottery, where overclocking results varies in each unit (Crossover 2795) ? or all will be the same where i can just take someone profile of overclocking and copy the same settings ?
2.I was reading one of the Reviews posted here : http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15027-best-27-2560x1440p-monitors-ahva-ips-pls.html . In that forum it says Single Input Matte:Crossover 2795 QHD (more information; it's the best Korean monitor for PC gaming currently), I currently have 2 display and planning for the 3rd (Crossover 2795) as my main monitor, does that mean when i overclock Crossover 2795 and at the same time having other 2 display on at the same time the overclock effect from my Crossover 2975 doesnt work ?
Im being extra precautious because is going to be my first time overclocking, and i dont want anything to explode or spoil as my 1st time experience.
Thanks in advance. smile.gif
post #1183 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Bryanud View Post

I don't really mind at all. It's really minor and for the most part doesn't really exist as a problem. It would probably be more of an issue at 110MHz since it gets worse as you go up, but my monitor and/or 980ti cant do that high without fuzzy green lines/glitches. Then again, I would think red artifacting is a little more offensive than dark blue on grey.

Do you by chance have MGSV? I'd be curious if it is triggered by the same shade of grey.

Yeah, the red is annoying. And no, no MSGV. I dont have any of the big games that recently came out. Only Elite Dangerous benefits from higher refresh and even then the game limits itself by crushing its own fps to 5 or 10... worst bug in the game imo.
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Originally Posted by EyeChoose View Post

I'm about to pull the trigger for this monitor, i have 2 questions before i purchase if anyone would be kind enough to answer. First time purchasing a overclocking monitor and planning to try it.
1.Crossover 2795 is overclockable right ? if thats the case i see previous post from this thread some people overclocking it to 85hz some 90hz and some 110hz without skipping frames for all. Is it like silicon lottery, where overclocking results varies in each unit (Crossover 2795) ? or all will be the same where i can just take someone profile of overclocking and copy the same settings ?
2.I was reading one of the Reviews posted here : http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15027-best-27-2560x1440p-monitors-ahva-ips-pls.html . In that forum it says Single Input Matte:Crossover 2795 QHD (more information; it's the best Korean monitor for PC gaming currently), I currently have 2 display and planning for the 3rd (Crossover 2795) as my main monitor, does that mean when i overclock Crossover 2795 and at the same time having other 2 display on at the same time the overclock effect from my Crossover 2975 doesnt work ?
Im being extra precautious because is going to be my first time overclocking, and i dont want anything to explode or spoil as my 1st time experience.
Thanks in advance. smile.gif

1. Yes, silicon lottery. I wish the 120Hz profile worked but it didn't. 110 is max on my monitor but with artifacts and sometimes flickering for some games.
2. Only 1 monitor is overclocked. I have three monitors too with the 2795 as main and only that one is overclocked.
post #1184 of 1999
well.... something went wrong somewhere. I went downstairs and came back to the crossover with a black screen. When I try to extend the monitor in CCC it freezes for like 15s then acts like nothing happened. I can only extend my other monitor.

edit: Oh thank god! CCC was just being a *****. Maybe it didn't like the 96Hz oc? It's set to 60 now

edit2: lol, I can't overclock it to 96 anymore??? Shows BIOS and boot as usual then goes to black and login.

edit3: 75Hz at LCD native somewhat works. If only UFO test could give me a proper error. IS there no offline version?
Edited by BadRobot - 10/22/15 at 5:03pm
post #1185 of 1999
awesome my display is near perfect, 0 backlight bleed and only 1 little black pixel on the red background.. 96hz so far going to try 110.




i dont know if its just me but the colours do seem a lot warmer , is there a way to calibrate this panel?

edit: the stand is such garbage i may need to buy a vesa one

eidt: cranked up the brightness on the monitor a bit and now it looks freakin' amazing
Edited by strykn - 10/22/15 at 5:57pm
post #1186 of 1999
Well, despite my initial hesitation and concerns, I'm beyond impressed.

I ordered the pixel perfect Crossover 2795 QHD from GreenSum for $430 AUD and it arrived today after approximately 2-3 days in transit from Korea to Australia (it spent more time being processed in Korea than anything else). I was not hit with any custom fees when it arrived.

Until recently I was using a Samsung SA27950D which is a 27" TN panel with 120 Hz refresh rate at 1080p. It had a very glossy screen to the point where I could easily see my reflection, even in the dark, and a very indented panel that would often reflect around the edge of the bezel. It's stand was an abomination. On the plus side, it had great colours for a TN and was a very responsive input. After that failed inside warranty I borrowed an old BenQ 20" TN which had a terrible matte screen that made things appear grainy. However I will compare t his monitor to the Samsung because that was my last true panel.

I'll give you the obvious "TL:DR" right now, it beats it in every way.

The monitor arrived in a QHD box shrink wrapped and packed appropriately with no visible damage. Greensum had also included an adapter for Australian power points which was very thoughtful as that particular auction only mentioned an included adapter for US/Canadian customers. I didn't require this as you can use any power cord with a kettle connection and plug that in, as another user had informed me previously.

As others have pointed out, the stand isn't the best. But I think a lot of reactions may be a little excessive or perhaps people have higher expectations. I don't think it's any worse than some BenQ or Samsung monitors that I have used. I'll certainly look to replace it with a custom VESA mount in the future. The base of my mount had some sort of hole in it. It's purely cosmetic and sits within the recess where the mounting pylon meets the base. Not sure what happened there, perhaps a defect of the manufacturing process, but I have no issue with it because once the mount is mounted, you can't tell.




Now for the testing. No dead pixels as far as I can tell. I've looked. Everything looks spot on. The only imperfection I have noticed is the panel in some places at the top doesn't quite line up with the bezel. It's not very noticeable unless I'm focussing on the edge. It seems the edge of the screen falls < 1 mm short of the bezel edge. Now I'm easily able to ignore this compared to my previous monitor which was perfectly aligned but instead featured a very reflective and thick bezel which reflected the edge of the screen and was hard to ignore.

The monitor easily over-clocked to 96 Hz. 110 demonstrates some very minor green artefacts when things become animated, and 120 Hz is outright fuzzy from the get go. Personally I expected 96-100 Hz and therefore am happy with this. I haven't tried 100 Hz yet. Having become quite used to 120 Hz, I can't really tell the difference from 96 - 120. Suffice to say it is absolutely noticeable going from 60 Hz to 96 Hz as I already knew from prior experience.

I've completed the frame skipping test as best as I can. If this doesn't qualify I'll get around to using another browser some time. But I'm certain it's working.



Overall, I'm very satisfied. An equivalent monitor from any named brand here in Australia will set you back ~ $900 AUD. This now leaves me with some left over cash for a future video card upgrade. If anyone has any questions regarding this monitor, feel free to ask! I'm happy to help any others who are leaning towards a purchase. smile.gif
post #1187 of 1999
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Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post

Yeah, the red is annoying. And no, no MSGV. I dont have any of the big games that recently came out. Only Elite Dangerous benefits from higher refresh and even then the game limits itself by crushing its own fps to 5 or 10... worst bug in the game imo.


1. Yes, silicon lottery. I wish the 120Hz profile worked but it didn't. 110 is max on my monitor but with artifacts and sometimes flickering for some games.
Only 1 monitor is overclocked. I have three monitors too with the 2795 as main and only that one is overclocked.
I was reading one of the Reviews posted here : http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15027-best-27-2560x1440p-monitors-ahva-ips-pls.html . In that forum it says Single Input Matte:Crossover 2795 QHD (more information; it's the best Korean monitor for PC gaming currently), I currently have 2 display and planning for the 3rd (Crossover 2795) as my main monitor, does that mean when i overclock Crossover 2795 and at the same time having other 2 display on at the same time the overclock effect from my Crossover 2975 doesnt work ?
Sorry but does that mean if i overclock Crossover 2795, my Hz are lower with more display ? for example lets say if my monitor Crossover 2795 can go up to 110hz, with 2 monitor it be 100hz and a 3rd monitor it be 90hz ? example. the more monitor i have the lower the overclocking ability ?
While i was reading this Review http://playwares.com/dpreview/46398151 , this website doesnt explain the overshoot details. how is the overshoot at 60 hz and at overclock ?
post #1188 of 1999
Quote:
Originally Posted by BadRobot View Post

well.... something went wrong somewhere. I went downstairs and came back to the crossover with a black screen. When I try to extend the monitor in CCC it freezes for like 15s then acts like nothing happened. I can only extend my other monitor.

edit: Oh thank god! CCC was just being a *****. Maybe it didn't like the 96Hz oc? It's set to 60 now

edit2: lol, I can't overclock it to 96 anymore??? Shows BIOS and boot as usual then goes to black and login.

edit3: 75Hz at LCD native somewhat works. If only UFO test could give me a proper error. IS there no offline version?

Maybe try uninstalling the drivers with DDU and reinstalling it again. After that patch the drivers with CRU again and try again... something might have corrupted your video card drivers. Someone gave a command to set chrome to help UFO test work properly a few pages back... maybe try that. It usually works for me after a reboot if it failed the first time.
post #1189 of 1999
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Originally Posted by strykn View Post

awesome my display is near perfect, 0 backlight bleed and only 1 little black pixel on the red background.. 96hz so far going to try 110.




i dont know if its just me but the colours do seem a lot warmer , is there a way to calibrate this panel?

edit: the stand is such garbage i may need to buy a vesa one

eidt: cranked up the brightness on the monitor a bit and now it looks freakin' amazing

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dean478 View Post

Well, despite my initial hesitation and concerns, I'm beyond impressed.

I ordered the pixel perfect Crossover 2795 QHD from GreenSum for $430 AUD and it arrived today after approximately 2-3 days in transit from Korea to Australia (it spent more time being processed in Korea than anything else). I was not hit with any custom fees when it arrived.

Until recently I was using a Samsung SA27950D which is a 27" TN panel with 120 Hz refresh rate at 1080p. It had a very glossy screen to the point where I could easily see my reflection, even in the dark, and a very indented panel that would often reflect around the edge of the bezel. It's stand was an abomination. On the plus side, it had great colours for a TN and was a very responsive input. After that failed inside warranty I borrowed an old BenQ 20" TN which had a terrible matte screen that made things appear grainy. However I will compare t his monitor to the Samsung because that was my last true panel.

I'll give you the obvious "TL:DR" right now, it beats it in every way.

The monitor arrived in a QHD box shrink wrapped and packed appropriately with no visible damage. Greensum had also included an adapter for Australian power points which was very thoughtful as that particular auction only mentioned an included adapter for US/Canadian customers. I didn't require this as you can use any power cord with a kettle connection and plug that in, as another user had informed me previously.

As others have pointed out, the stand isn't the best. But I think a lot of reactions may be a little excessive or perhaps people have higher expectations. I don't think it's any worse than some BenQ or Samsung monitors that I have used. I'll certainly look to replace it with a custom VESA mount in the future. The base of my mount had some sort of hole in it. It's purely cosmetic and sits within the recess where the mounting pylon meets the base. Not sure what happened there, perhaps a defect of the manufacturing process, but I have no issue with it because once the mount is mounted, you can't tell.




Now for the testing. No dead pixels as far as I can tell. I've looked. Everything looks spot on. The only imperfection I have noticed is the panel in some places at the top doesn't quite line up with the bezel. It's not very noticeable unless I'm focussing on the edge. It seems the edge of the screen falls < 1 mm short of the bezel edge. Now I'm easily able to ignore this compared to my previous monitor which was perfectly aligned but instead featured a very reflective and thick bezel which reflected the edge of the screen and was hard to ignore.

The monitor easily over-clocked to 96 Hz. 110 demonstrates some very minor green artefacts when things become animated, and 120 Hz is outright fuzzy from the get go. Personally I expected 96-100 Hz and therefore am happy with this. I haven't tried 100 Hz yet. Having become quite used to 120 Hz, I can't really tell the difference from 96 - 120. Suffice to say it is absolutely noticeable going from 60 Hz to 96 Hz as I already knew from prior experience.

I've completed the frame skipping test as best as I can. If this doesn't qualify I'll get around to using another browser some time. But I'm certain it's working.



Overall, I'm very satisfied. An equivalent monitor from any named brand here in Australia will set you back ~ $900 AUD. This now leaves me with some left over cash for a future video card upgrade. If anyone has any questions regarding this monitor, feel free to ask! I'm happy to help any others who are leaning towards a purchase. smile.gif

Congratulations on both your purchases! There's a link to a comment with a color profile for the monitor a couple of pages back. I managed 110Hz with LCD reduced and 96Hz with LCD native using CRU and an R9 290. Maybe you new owners can try that smile.gif

Quote:
Originally Posted by EyeChoose View Post

I was reading one of the Reviews posted here : http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15027-best-27-2560x1440p-monitors-ahva-ips-pls.html . In that forum it says Single Input Matte:Crossover 2795 QHD (more information; it's the best Korean monitor for PC gaming currently), I currently have 2 display and planning for the 3rd (Crossover 2795) as my main monitor, does that mean when i overclock Crossover 2795 and at the same time having other 2 display on at the same time the overclock effect from my Crossover 2975 doesnt work ?
Sorry but does that mean if i overclock Crossover 2795, my Hz are lower with more display ? for example lets say if my monitor Crossover 2795 can go up to 110hz, with 2 monitor it be 100hz and a 3rd monitor it be 90hz ? example. the more monitor i have the lower the overclocking ability ?
While i was reading this Review http://playwares.com/dpreview/46398151 , this website doesnt explain the overshoot details. how is the overshoot at 60 hz and at overclock ?

I don't think more monitors affect overclock ability. Can anyone test this?
post #1190 of 1999
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Originally Posted by rissie View Post

Maybe try uninstalling the drivers with DDU and reinstalling it again. After that patch the drivers with CRU again and try again... something might have corrupted your video card drivers. Someone gave a command to set chrome to help UFO test work properly a few pages back... maybe try that. It usually works for me after a reboot if it failed the first time.

I'll try that when I get back from work. Might as well update to the latest catalyst version. And yeah, I copy pasted that command to here. Adding: --disable-extensions --disable-plugins --debug-plugin-loading :to the Target for a shortcut makes it load without plugins on.
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