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post #1201 of 1999
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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.
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.
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.

Have you tried applying the gamma from the icc profile? That will make it less dark and contrasty. With just a few tweaks I got my Dell 2740L and this crossover displaying similar colors matched to about 99%... The crossover just has that slight accent to a grey that's slightly warm.

Glad the overclocking stuff is fixed... maybe the drivers got updated? In any case, I run it at 105 for games and 96 for normal browsing and stuff I think I'm set there. I used to be able to do 109 with AMD for gaming without artifacts oh wells... it's good enough for me smile.gif
post #1202 of 1999
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Originally Posted by Stars View Post

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.

I swear I read about people attempting to make this work with a ps4 or another consol. The only thing I could find was in a slickdeals post where someone simply stated that adapters won't work. http://slickdeals.net/f/8062032-27-qhd-crossover-perfect-pixel-2560x1440-tempered-glass-for-229-ebay

I know that it is very picky even with dvi cables. I tried multiple cables and the only one that would work at all was the one it came with.
post #1203 of 1999
do any of you guys use the 125% magnification setting on windows to make desktop stuff 'bigger'?
post #1204 of 1999
On my 27" Crossover? No. Move the screen a touch closer to you.


But if you really need it, sure the display scaling features in Windows 8 and 10 are prertty darn good at it.
post #1205 of 1999
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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?

The input lag, as far as I feel it, is non-existent. This monitor feels as responsive as my previous 120 Hz Samsung panel. This is the main reason I needed an overclock. I can't stand 60 Hz anymore and will never go back to it. My Samsung was 2 ms GTG and while this is apparently 4 ms slower, I can't really tell. But at the same time I don't sit there looking for it either.
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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?

No scaler. The back of the monitor has a power connection and a DVI connection. Nothing else. I've heard that using adapters will either not work or prevents the over-clock.
post #1206 of 1999
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Only Active Displayport-Dual-Link DVI adapter for PC use will work; cheaper adapters are limited to 1920x1200, and this will not work with consoles.
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post #1207 of 1999
Alright, thanks for your answer guys. Another thing I wonder- when you overclock this monitor above 100hz @ 1440p, doesnt it reach the DVI bandwith limit? I assume the panel could go up to 120hz more reliably, if the monitor used a Display Port instead of dvi-d.

I didnt calculate the exact limit for dvi-d @1440p but just from taking a look at the specs, it looks like the bandwith limit could be reached at 100hz or even less @1440p.
post #1208 of 1999
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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
only 3 test ? i thought was way more complicated than that. thanks for the help. is it worth purchasing Perfect Pixel from green sum from ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-CROSSOVER-2795-QHD-AHIPS-LED-27-2560X1440-LG-IPS-Monitor-Matte-/141740633783?hash=item2100666eb7:g:RY0AAOSw~gRVxtXn for extra 40$ over the normal one ? im hoping i get 0 dead / stuck pixels.
and can anyone verify if overclocking the crossover 2795 and having multiple display at the same time. does the overclocking be affected or reduced ?
post #1209 of 1999
after moving the monitor closer, I am noticing some graininess when browsing the web on a white background.. im assuming this is normal because of the matte coated screen?
post #1210 of 1999
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only 3 test ? i thought was way more complicated than that. thanks for the help. is it worth purchasing Perfect Pixel from green sum from ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-CROSSOVER-2795-QHD-AHIPS-LED-27-2560X1440-LG-IPS-Monitor-Matte-/141740633783?hash=item2100666eb7:g:RY0AAOSw~gRVxtXn for extra 40$ over the normal one ? im hoping i get 0 dead / stuck pixels.
and can anyone verify if overclocking the crossover 2795 and having multiple display at the same time. does the overclocking be affected or reduced ?

I did. For me it was an extra $30 AUD. But I'd rather spend $30 and have a solid claim for a full refund if there were any pixels, than not pay it and have a tougher time getting what I wanted. I received no issues.
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after moving the monitor closer, I am noticing some graininess when browsing the web on a white background.. im assuming this is normal because of the matte coated screen?

Yes. I've used a glossy screen before (my Samsung mentioned previously) and the grain effect is very minimum. My spare monitor I recently used, a near 10 year old BenQ, had a horrible grainy effect from the matte coating.

I sit pretty close to my screen, I find if I can see the grains, I'm sitting a little too close.
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