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What about image quality? Is there one better than the other?

The Freedom is better since AHVA panels have more neutral and accurate color presets than Korean IPS which are almost always too green, and because the Freedom has color controls.
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TennoJim can you help clarify about the OSD options, or take pictures for us? Translating playwares can be lacking, and the options are unclear. It sounds like stuff like brightness and rgb cannot be changed in standard mode? Only in one of the "ECO" modes?

Also did you get a remote with yours? And if so what functions does it control?

Thanks.
Sure.
After work, I will do a couple of pictures.
post #13 of 379
Menu options.

User mode for brightness and contrast:


One of the pre-selected modes for brightness and contrast:


User mode for color temperature:


One of the pre-selected modes for color temperature:


Main setups (low blue light option):


Additional setups (FreeSync & Overdrive)


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post #14 of 379
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The Freedom is better since AHVA panels have more neutral and accurate color presets than Korean IPS which are almost always too green, and because the Freedom has color controls.

Okay so I ordered a 2795 from Dream seller is it possible to cancel it before shipment to order the Crossover 27S instead? Is dream seller that cooperative?

Also wanted to ask about the 27A COBOL which is overclockable to 120hz, should I get this one over the 27S?
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The Cobol is now finally up on ebay, "real 75Hz", and 120Hz overclock. Both the Cobol and Freedom or 27a/27s probably use AOU M270DAN01.0 or 1.2 60Hz panels so I guess we could at least assume 75-96Hz stable, 120Hz possible if lucky.

TennoJim can you help clarify about the OSD options, or take pictures for us? Translating playwares can be lacking, and the options are unclear. It sounds like stuff like brightness and rgb cannot be changed in standard mode? Only in one of the "ECO" modes?

Also did you get a remote with yours? And if so what functions does it control?

Thanks.

So I should get the 27A Cobol instead? no difference aside from the refresh rate?
post #16 of 379
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Menu options.

Awesome..

Thanks man! Looks great, nice pics too! Appreciate it. So can you control the R G B and Brightness/Contrast ect with the remote?
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So I should get the 27A Cobol instead? no difference aside from the refresh rate?

I would personally yes. The 2795 as NCX has said is still good, and a bit cheaper. Both probably have the same chance to overclock. I doubt that the Cobol has any more chance to reach 120Hz than the 2795 does, perhaps.
But it has a nice stand, nice osd, remote ect.
Edited by KGPrime - 3/23/16 at 5:53pm
post #17 of 379
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Thanks man! Looks great, nice pics too! Appreciate it. So can you control the R G B and Brightness/Contrast ect with the remote?
I would personally yes. The 2795 as NCX has said is still good, and a bit cheaper. Both probably have the same chance to overclock. I doubt that the Cobol has any more chance to reach 120Hz than the 2795 does, perhaps.
But it has a nice stand, nice osd, remote ect.

The thing is I already ordered the 2795 but it's not shipped yet, you think I can get dream seller to cancel it and get the 27A instead? Also the 27A is not pixel perfect, should I be worried about that?
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So I should get the 27A Cobol instead? no difference aside from the refresh rate?

No, they use different display boards with different inputs and the 27A has not been tested. If you think it's a good idea to buy a monitor from a company which has released many monitors advertised as being able to overclock but skip frames to save 17$, go for it. Or, you buy a monitor (27S & 2795 QHD) proven to work as advertised.
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No, they use different display boards with different inputs and the 27A has not been tested. If you think it's a good idea to buy a monitor from a company which has released many monitors advertised as being able to overclock but skip frames to save 17$, go for it. Or, you buy a monitor (27S & 2795 QHD) proven to work as advertised.

Oh, I thought it was the same.

I just got my refund for the 2795, I guess I should wait then? So far what I'm seeing is 27S is the one to go for compared to 2795QHD, and the extra 15hz is a nice, imo definitely noticeable bonus.

Does overclocking the 2795 QHD to 96hz affect the backlight and colors like the 2710 so it needs calibration? And is the 27S not at all overclockable?
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Does overclocking the 2795 QHD to 96hz affect the backlight and colors like the 2710 so it needs calibration? And is the 27S not at all overclockable?
27A - 120Hz - not fair, frame skipping presented.
27S - 75Hz - fair, no frame skipping.
This is a different monitors with different panels.
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