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post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by projenk View Post

i was about to buy it, but dreamseller said that it is discontnued frown.gif the only stilish monitor i liked

I actually just got that response today as well. I had ordered 3 of them two weeks ago but they said there were only 2 in stock, so I would have to wait a week for the third monitor to arrive. Then they email me tonight and say that it's discontinued. They did offer to make one last one for me to complete my order, however. Which is nice.. but it's going to take another week. The two that I have now are very impressive. Minimal lightbleed, nothing out of the norm. No dead/stuck pixels at all. The only downside is having 2 of them. The remote controls are on the same frequency, so when the monitors are side by side you cannot use the controller.. every other one of my commands seems to go to the wrong monitor biggrin.gif
post #12 of 19
It's a shame as I really liked it. I went for the qnix qhd2730 though

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post #13 of 19
I got this monitor as an exchange to a Crossover that went south. I like it a lot but who knows how long is going to last


http://www.overclock.net/t/1576407/crossover-black-tune-2735amg-dead-thanks-accessorieswhole-on-ebay
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by ethanw View Post

I got this monitor as an exchange to a Crossover that went south. I like it a lot but who knows how long is going to last


http://www.overclock.net/t/1576407/crossover-black-tune-2735amg-dead-thanks-accessorieswhole-on-ebay

Is this your first Korean monitor? If it is.. let me reassure you that not all cases are like you linked. I have had my X-STAR DP2710 for going on 3 years now. I recently just sold it to my roommate after buying 3 of these crossovers. I also have a buddy that bought 3 QNIX monitors 2 years ago and his are doing just fine as well.

If the monitor does go bad in a year you can always contact the seller to work something out. I'm sure they will work with you - they might be able to send out a new PCB for you for $40 or so. The part that WILL fail over time is going to be the power brick, but that's easily replaceable. Personally I don't use the AC cord that comes with these monitors. I have tons of power cords laying around that I swap in for them. I'm not sure if this has any affect towards the longevity of the power brick or monitor itself.

Good luck with your purchase!
post #15 of 19
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Originally Posted by cipp View Post

Is this your first Korean monitor? If it is.. let me reassure you that not all cases are like you linked. I have had my X-STAR DP2710 for going on 3 years now. I recently just sold it to my roommate after buying 3 of these crossovers. I also have a buddy that bought 3 QNIX monitors 2 years ago and his are doing just fine as well.

If the monitor does go bad in a year you can always contact the seller to work something out. I'm sure they will work with you - they might be able to send out a new PCB for you for $40 or so. The part that WILL fail over time is going to be the power brick, but that's easily replaceable. Personally I don't use the AC cord that comes with these monitors. I have tons of power cords laying around that I swap in for them. I'm not sure if this has any affect towards the longevity of the power brick or monitor itself.

Good luck with your purchase!

I'm sorry to necro this thread, but this was the only thread I could find about this particular monitor, and I was hoping to ask someone who owns it a few questions, or anyone who knows about it.

I was about to get the Crossover 2795, but I just ran across this monitor. I would really like it instead because of the thin bezel, but I want to make sure it will still meet my needs.

I was planning on the 2795 because I want a 1440p screen that can overclock. It was my understanding that generally speaking, only the single-input DVI-D models of all these Korean monitors were able to be overclocked; that the multi-input models generally can't OC, or even if they do, they skip frames, so it's really pointless. But every listing of this monitor, not just from 1 seller, advertises it as able to OC, and list 120hz. Now I know maybe that might be more in the 96-120 range, but still that's what I would expect from any of these monitors.

Can anyone provide any personal experience? If this monitor can actually OC, even if only using the DVI-D port, and perform as it should with no frame skipping, then I am all over this. biggrin.gif So any input/experience would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! smile.gif
post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by koomba View Post

I'm sorry to necro this thread, but this was the only thread I could find about this particular monitor, and I was hoping to ask someone who owns it a few questions, or anyone who knows about it.

I was about to get the Crossover 2795, but I just ran across this monitor. I would really like it instead because of the thin bezel, but I want to make sure it will still meet my needs.

I was planning on the 2795 because I want a 1440p screen that can overclock. It was my understanding that generally speaking, only the single-input DVI-D models of all these Korean monitors were able to be overclocked; that the multi-input models generally can't OC, or even if they do, they skip frames, so it's really pointless. But every listing of this monitor, not just from 1 seller, advertises it as able to OC, and list 120hz. Now I know maybe that might be more in the 96-120 range, but still that's what I would expect from any of these monitors.

Can anyone provide any personal experience? If this monitor can actually OC, even if only using the DVI-D port, and perform as it should with no frame skipping, then I am all over this. biggrin.gif So any input/experience would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! smile.gif

I'm getting mine in a couple of days..I'm not an expert but I'll let you know about OC.
post #17 of 19
My friend recently purchased the Adobe RGB version of Ganjidog and they're in love with it.

They said the resolution and the color of the monitor is amazing. Watching movies and playing video games on that monitor is amazing.

They supposedly got a pretty good discount on the monitor
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by betwokay View Post

My friend recently purchased the Adobe RGB version of Ganjidog and they're in love with it.

They said the resolution and the color of the monitor is amazing. Watching movies and playing video games on that monitor is amazing.

I have a rhetorical question: does your friend realize that the Adobe RGB vastly over-saturates colors and disrespects the time and effort movie and game creators put into making their work look the way it does?

Left=non-color manged (available in OSX and work related programs like photoshop) wide gamut monitor Right=Normal monitor
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post #19 of 19
so..I received mine about a week ago..now I regret not getting the Fast 144...
this monitor is a bad overclocker ! mad.gif

The Panel is : LG LM270WQ4-(SS)(A1)

It goes up-to 120hz+ but even @65hz the ghosting and frame skipping is horrible (Tested with The Division and Battlefield Hardline).
so if anyone stumbles upon this thread looking for information about overclocking, JUST DON'T BUY THIS ONE.
Get the "27-V Freedom(75hz)" or "Fast 144(144hz)" instead.

that's about it...if you're fine with 60hz then I don't see any reason not to get It, this monitor looks gorgeous with It's minimum bezel and matte screen(subjective).
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