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Poll Results: What are the chances of one Buying this after reading the thread?

 
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    25%
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    50%
  • 30% (7)
    75%
  • 34% (8)
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post #51 of 465
On U.S. Ebay, dream-seller is now selling the Crossover 324K, in "perfect pixel' grade, for just $440 shipped. That's quite a price drop from the prices I've been seeing.
post #52 of 465
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Originally Posted by MarylandUSA View Post

On U.S. Ebay, dream-seller is now selling the Crossover 324K, in "perfect pixel' grade, for just $440 shipped. That's quite a price drop from the prices I've been seeing.

damn, that's $110 cheaper than what I paid. If only the input lag was lower, like 20ms or less, I would buy 2 more...

If you looking for a general usage 4K 32 in display, this is probably the cheapest way to go. I don't know anywhere else that you can get a cheaper 4k 32 in.. That video review did mention the 2-3 (30-40ms) frame lag which is correct..
post #53 of 465
Same story. I was already going to buy BenQ BL3201 on the same panel type with really low input lag... but all this monitors suffers with blinking every 1-2 hour...
post #54 of 465
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Originally Posted by TennojiM View Post

Same story. I was already going to buy BenQ BL3201 on the same panel type with really low input lag... but all this monitors suffers with blinking every 1-2 hour...

What you mean by blinking every 1-2 hrs? for the crossover or for the benq?
post #55 of 465
For the BenQ
post #56 of 465
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Originally Posted by TennojiM View Post

For the BenQ

You kidding me? for that expensive of a monitor with blinking that's not acceptable. You have any more info on the blinking? I am wondering if there is something like that also on the crossover. every now and then very briefly I see like a flash of a vertical line or a like flash of a rectangle on a the screen. It is so brief that I doubt I will be able to ever capture an image of it. I am in the process of changing the video card to see if this will go away. already changed the DP cable and didn't help.
post #57 of 465
Proof:
In this threads people talk about flicker problems that occur process every hour... two hours... one per day... etc.
Sometimes half of the screen and sometimes whole screen. Sometimes just flicker and sometimes even signal loss for 1-2 seconds.
So, I would like it to be a joke, but no - monitor for ~850$ and such problems.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/3gbey5/any_owners_of_the_benq_bl3201pt_who_dont_have_a/

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1041348549
post #58 of 465
thanks for the FYI. I will keep a close eye out. just changed the gfx card.... I am going to switch over to hdmi 2.0 also... this really suck if this is a real issue on the crossover also. problem also suck bc have to wait very long since problem only show up evry hr or two or less
post #59 of 465
Can the 324k do PBP with side by side 1920x2160 resolution? So two sources each at 1920x2160 taking up an entire half screen each.

Most of the the other Korean monitors can only do pbp in 16:9 aspect ratio and leave half the screen blank.
post #60 of 465
I think it can only do four 1920x1080 tiles.... there's 4 inputs total.. I ll check it out..
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