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post #1921 of 1998
Soo what's the average overclock on these panels 100-110 or ? kinda wondering how big of a difference between 100-110Hz is compared to 144Hz. One other thing im kinda worried about is future compatibility it seems DVI is getting phased out.
post #1922 of 1998
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Soo what's the average overclock on these panels 100-110 or ? kinda wondering how big of a difference between 100-110Hz is compared to 144Hz. One other thing im kinda worried about is future compatibility it seems DVI is getting phased out.

The new GPUs all have DL-DVI at least the AIB cards do, it will be around for some time still. As for the difference between 100hz and 144hz its noticeable, especially when you consider that these OC monitors dont have scalers and therefore dont use any form of overdrive to speed up pixel response. Still its very use-able and for $300 getting a 1440p 96-110hz monitor depending on luck is a decent bargain.
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post #1923 of 1998
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Soo what's the average overclock on these panels 100-110 or ? kinda wondering how big of a difference between 100-110Hz is compared to 144Hz. One other thing im kinda worried about is future compatibility it seems DVI is getting phased out.

Pixel response on the Crossover is still better than it was on my Samsung 1080p monitor running at 76Hz with overdrive set to 'fastest'. At 110Hz blur is fairly minimal.
post #1924 of 1998
Just received this monitor today, no issues with pixels.
OCed to 96, after 2 hours of usage, the monitor went black with audio still playing (was in the middle of a video).
Restarted PC and tested different dvi cables, nothing worked.
The blue light on the front bottom right of the monitor remains on.
replugged old monitor and it worked.
Has this happened to anyone else? I've emailed dreamseller about the issue now and they've told me to send them a video (of a black screen?)
post #1925 of 1998
Hey guys! I have just recently purchased and received my crossover 2795qhd from dreamseller after reading up on all the info provided in this forum smile.gif It took about a week to get here (Aus) mainly due to our local post and also a weekend, otherwise I was very impressed! Now when I first got it I noticed it has almost no light bleed whatsoever! And on top of that I did the usual pixel tests and only found one small pixel that appears black on a pure red background and it was located right at the bottom of the screen, so all good! smile.gif However yesterday while testing out some games at 96hz 1440p biggrin.gif, I noticed a strange cluster towards the centre of my screen that is most noticeable on a green background. The strange part is it doesnt look like normal dead or stuck pixels and almost seems transparent if that makes sense..however I cannot see it on pure blue or pure red, nor white or black that I have noticed. Any idea what it may be? its probably 5 pixels big, its annoying but the rest of the monitor is amazing so I really dont know if I should send it back or not. I hardly notice it gaming unless I go looking for it so I guess thats a plus! Ill try get a picture of it later and post up to show you what I mean. Other then that I am extremely happy with how amazing this monitor is!
post #1926 of 1998


You can see the strange pixel cluster in the middle of the above pic, anyone have any idea what it is?
post #1927 of 1998
Anyone know what kind of adapter I would need for this display to work with displayport? Im getting a GTX 1080 next month and there are no models with 2 dvi connections.
post #1928 of 1998
Nvidia have released another statement saying:

"We will be releasing a driver update later this week that will allow it to run at higher clocks on older DVI cables and enable all monitor modes. Thank you all for your patience"

https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/946217/geforce-1000-series/gtx-10-series-can-t-boot-correctly-past-330-mhz-dl-dvi-pixel-clock/post/4926343/#4926343
post #1929 of 1998
Would you still recommend this display? Do the panels use PWM?
Edited by willyum32 - 7/15/16 at 2:12am
post #1930 of 1998
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pixio-PX277-27-inch-2560x1440-144Hz-AMD-FreeSync-WQHD-Gaming-PC-Monitor-/262508966762
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