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post #1691 of 1997
I got a Crossover 2795 QHD last month. Ordered from dream-seller. It took them quite some time to ship it (~14 days), but the actual shipping by TNT Express to Germany was quite fast (6 days). First surprise was that I didn't had to pay VAT or whatever, not sure why, but I'm not complaining.
My monitor has no dead pixels or backlight bleed. Perfect overclock to 96Hz, at 110Hz I got flickering when playing games, 120Hz = green stripes everywhere. Took me some time to figure out that a simple Nvidia driver update would have been enough to enable OC... nvm. I got a sRGB calibration file from this thread, great colors now. The display stand is certainly not super sturdy but the hate in this thread is not justified in my opinion. My previous monitor was a Dell U2412M and I'm not missing the adjustable stand as the Crossover's display position is quite good, so I have no need to adjust it.
I'm only annoyed by the glare display frame everything else is perfect with the monitor thumb.gif And thanks you guys for this thread!!
post #1692 of 1997
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Hey guys,

I just wanna check with you guys. I have colormunki display and I was doing a new caliration with displaycal instead of the one that comes with it. This is on windows 10 if that helps. Tried doing it in linux is even more difficult. hahaha.

In the first stage of calibration where you can try to adjust the green, red and blue and brightness, since there is no OSD to adjust the RGB and only brightness.

How do you guys do it? Is there a way for me to do it via software? Or do I stuck on whatever the RGB values are?

Many thanks!

Anyone? Desperate for a definite answer. Thanks!
post #1693 of 1997
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Anyone? Desperate for a definite answer. Thanks!

The monitor doesn't have an OSD. Any calibration you do to it has to come from your display driver software, like Nvidia Control Center or AMD Catalyst. You can also try Windows color management profiles.
post #1694 of 1997
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The monitor doesn't have an OSD. Any calibration you do to it has to come from your display driver software, like Nvidia Control Center or AMD Catalyst. You can also try Windows color management profiles.

I know that, so i'm asking whether there is a software that will adjust that permanently while still taking into account my calibration profile.

Because with Nvidia Control Panel, if I adjust the RGB then the displaycal software does work together. So its one or another. So if there is a software that is working independently that allow me to adjust the RGB that will be great.

If anyone know whether such software exist? Thanks!
post #1695 of 1997
Oook so, I decided to play some Payday 2 today only to see this game magically overclocks my screen LOL when I launch I didn't noticed the flicker, but on the menu I notice massive flicker and then I see 105fps ! my OC is set at 96..and works perfectly fine (in GTA V I had some strange glitch too but looked more like the game itself.. everything turned dark/black..) but here.. it literally overclocks my screen no kidding, I'm using a r9 290x gigabytes oc with latest drivers 15.12.

I'm wondering now.. is it possible I accidentally downloaded the r9 300's drivers and I get strange things like that ? but seriously, how is this even possible though ? a random software overclocks my screen ??! in the options you can change the max FPS of the game.. so I put 90 to try (it was at 100 or more), and restarted etc, didnt work, also it had 1900x1200 (my second monitor) by default, so I thought it might have been that, some sort of conflict but I change to 1440p and restarted, still have the same problem, very strange..

I checked my refresh rate on windows is 96 too, something is up lol
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post #1696 of 1997
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I know that, so i'm asking whether there is a software that will adjust that permanently while still taking into account my calibration profile.

Because with Nvidia Control Panel, if I adjust the RGB then the displaycal software does work together. So its one or another. So if there is a software that is working independently that allow me to adjust the RGB that will be great.

If anyone know whether such software exist? Thanks!

I got best results by using default gamma 2.2 settings with speed set to low and profile quality at high, for white point i left it as measured even though you want 6500k but without built in RGB controls in the OSD thats not possible to get at a hardware level. Comparing calibrations with white point set to 6500k and as measured i got better grayscale DeltaE using as measured especially on whites. With 6500k i got 4+ delta error, as measured it was around 2-2.5.

EDIT: Dont forget to use the WLED correction file its something like White LED AC Samsung LG.
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post #1697 of 1997
I just joined this thread to say that I just ordered 2 of the 2795qhd monitors from green-sum. They shipped same day and are scheduled to arrive next week. I bought a display port to DVI-D Active adapter (USB powered) to use with a GTX 970. Will report back on functionality.

Has anyone connected two of these to a dual monitor setup, specifically on a GTX 970?
post #1698 of 1997
Im kinda undecided on which monitor to buy the QX2710 PLS or the Crossover 2795qhd i heard that the 2795 is a better panel with pixel response and color but im not really a fan of matte coating. i like the clear and sharp contrast of glossy monitors.
post #1699 of 1997
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Im kinda undecided on which monitor to buy the QX2710 PLS or the Crossover 2795qhd i heard that the 2795 is a better panel with pixel response and color but im not really a fan of matte coating. i like the clear and sharp contrast of glossy monitors.
Yea I'm having a hard time of it too.

My tossup is between the Crossover 2795 and the Crossover 27QW SAKWA http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/15027-best-27-2560x1440p-monitors-ahva-ips-pls.html#post1219709
That's got a plasma deposition coating which IMO is superior to glossy.

I OWN the QNIX QX 2710. I've had it for 2+ years. It is NOT the better monitor. Mine is PWM/flicker free and can OC to 120Hz, but unfortunately the newer ones are NOT the same and are of much lower quality, using PWM dimming. 120Hz isn't good on this monitor either, it doesn't skip frames like all the multi-input monitors do, but the colors are so washed out and there's so much motion blur the difference is... not worth it. frown.gif Really. In addition, the persistence is so bad at 120Hz that you essentially can't keep it there for extended periods of time. You'll have to run a jscreenfix screensaver or else expect to see windows burned in for a hour or two after being up for <10 minutes.

Crossover 27QW SAKWA may not be the best choice though because the glass covers the bezel and reduced perceived black contrast, as well as PDC making the blacks look a little more greyish, although apparently the contrast and whites are so improved that it makes up for it everywhere except very dark scenes. Then again if you like viewing it with low brightness at night and have inverted web pages or run a dark high contrast theme in windows like I do it may not be as satisfying as a matte panel.

Really tough choice.

I'm probably going to go with whichever has less motion blur/better pixel response time for gaming since that's my issue right now. Someone asked me why I had pointer trails turned on and that was the last straw. lol (I don't!!!)
Unfortunately the chinese review for the Crossover 27QW doesn't have that same opinion or comparison from NCX/Menacing Tuba that makes tit easier to compare. I can't tell what the hell they're talking about half the time, I just want an expert's opinions to help me make my choice! Too bad he didn't review the 27QW or 27QW SAKWA... frown.gif
post #1700 of 1997
One other concern i have about the crossover would probably be future compatibility, the Fury X already has no dvi connectors,

I'm kinda afraid that AMD/Nvidia will phase out the dvi connectors and start supplying only DP/HDMI cards, tho on another note the holy grail of gaming monitors has come for those with deep pockets 120hz 4K OLED from Dell maybe in 2017-2020 we will get affordable oled gaming monitors. At least i hope so...
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