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post #1191 of 1999
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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.

Cools... hopefully everything works for you!

For those finding the monitor warm... are your previous monitors set to 6500K white point? Maybe set your previous monitor to that so you can get a feel of how that setting looks instead of the older 7300K / 9300K white point.

FWIW, you'll get adjusted to the new white point fairly quickly and personally think less blue light is better for your eyes.
Edited by rissie - 10/23/15 at 1:33am
post #1192 of 1999
Hello everyone. I decided to join as I have just purchased all the pieces for my PC build, including this monitor. Alot of great info in this thread which convinced me to buy one!

I just wanted to post that green-sum on ebay is having a sale on these monitors this weekend, $279, the original price these were when they first came out I believe. If I hadn't already ordered from another seller...

http://m.ebay.com/itm/New-CROSSOVER-2795-QHD-AHIPS-LED-27-2560X1440-LG-AH-IPS-WQHD-PC-Monitor-Matte-/400974478465?nav=SEARCH
    
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post #1193 of 1999
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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
I don't think more monitors affect overclock ability. Can anyone test this?
Hoping someone able to tell us too smile.gif.
Btw when i purchase this monitor and when it arrives, What are the tests necessary to Test all Stuck and Dead Pixels , Frame skip, Overclocking ability. everything is needed before the 1 week period of Exchanging 1 to 1.
post #1194 of 1999
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Hoping someone able to tell us too smile.gif.
Btw when i purchase this monitor and when it arrives, What are the tests necessary to Test all Stuck and Dead Pixels , Frame skip, Overclocking ability. everything is needed before the 1 week period of Exchanging 1 to 1.

Max brightness and check all colors here: http://jasonfarrell.com/misc/deadpixeltest.php
Use Black to check backlight bleeding. If you take a pic, it looks worse than using your eyes even though it's fine.

TestUFO for fps/hz validation: http://www.testufo.com/#test=framerates

validation but chrome stutters :(


PWM Dimming test (using your eyes only): http://www.testufo.com/#test=blurtrail

Frameskipping test (camera set to 1/20-1/30 aperture speed): http://www.testufo.com/#test=frameskipping

no skipped frames
Edited by BadRobot - 10/23/15 at 3:07am
post #1195 of 1999
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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 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

I've been keeping an eye on that thread hence making the choice to buy the crossover for work/casual games. I can't abide 60hz even at the desktop, so hoping it goes to the 96hz claimed or beyond. I plan to add the new Dell 27" TN for completive games and finally enter the 21st century.

I've had a number of FW900s over the years and doubt you'll ever find one worth keeping. Due to age and excessive use they all tend to have washed out colours. Unkle Vito has a number of units with <3000 hours and fully calibrated, but you'll need to pony up $1000+.
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post #1196 of 1999
Unpacked mine just now. I got a smiley logo instead of the Crossover text. No dead pixels, overclocked to 96hz w/o any problems. Don't know if I'll try any higher OC. Let's see how long it holds up smile.gif
post #1197 of 1999
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Unpacked mine just now. I got a smiley logo instead of the Crossover text. No dead pixels, overclocked to 96hz w/o any problems. Don't know if I'll try any higher OC. Let's see how long it holds up smile.gif

Congratulations on your purchase and overclocking biggrin.gif I tried 110Hz and it worked fine on Windows 7 but flickers on Windows 10. Can't go back so 96Hz it is!
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Cools... hopefully everything works for you!

For those finding the monitor warm... are your previous monitors set to 6500K white point? Maybe set your previous monitor to that so you can get a feel of how that setting looks instead of the older 7300K / 9300K white point.

FWIW, you'll get adjusted to the new white point fairly quickly and personally think less blue light is better for your eyes.

My crossover and Asus are set to 6500K and my other Asus is set to 6900K. To me, the color on the crossover looks deeper/darker but it's not unpleasant or negative. I prefer that.

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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 used Toasty when I installed windows 10 but I guess ATI CCC must have updated. Toasty'd again and 96Hz works fine. 110Hz sadly is not possible anymore because it flickers too much.

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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 ?

This might be because of Windows 10 but with 2 or 3 monitors total, 110Hz doesn't work but 96 is fine. Still, it's silicon lottery if 110 or even 120 is possible. High chance that 96 is the best you can do.
post #1198 of 1999
Guys, how is the input lag on this monitor in particular, for example if I wanted to play a fast paced shooter like COD on consoles, does the monitor introduce alot of overal latency? Be it slow pixel response time or input lag. Also does this monitor have an overdrive circuit?

Thanks in advance!

Im also one of the guys, who got a bad PG279Q, Im not willing to play more lottery and would rather get this monitor right here and wait till oled with it...

The thread is from may 15 which isnt exactly old, but is there possibly an alternative to this monitor already? Or is it the ONE monitor to get, if you want an overclockable IPS monitor?

Also, does the Crossover 2795 have a scaler? So for example is it possible to connect a PS4 via HDMI->DVI cable to this monitor or does it only work with native 1440p input?
Edited by Stars - 10/23/15 at 9:45am
post #1199 of 1999
I will answer what I can in no logical order...
No scaler, you get what you feed it. Not positive but I don't think you can run an adapter for ps4 but I could very well be wrong. I don't notice any latency issues. Then again, I can't see ms differences that easy but it is just fine for shooters. I have researched for weeks and this does seem like the magic monitor to get. and we will be waiting a long, long, long time for any type of affordable oled monitor.
post #1200 of 1999
thanks for the info @agent8, hope someone has a tip for using the monitor with consoles.

Seeing how most of 2795s overclock to 100-110hz, I wonder why LG doesnt slightly tweak the panel and release a 120hz version at least. It can only be better than the AUO trash that they sell in premium priced gaming monitors.
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