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Yeah, nice pics thumb.gif
In the weekend I'm gonna post some of my 27 Fast 144 as well smile.gif
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Hi Peeps, some photos and early tests.

The pic with the whole system in shot uses a filter on the camera, I think this is why it looks a little grayer on the screen, in real life the angles are pretty spectacular. There is however some back-light bleed but this is only noticeable when in a darkened room with a black screen. I have played around with some colour management, there are some presets for this including standard, movie, photo, FPS, RTS and user defined. I am waiting for a spider calibration kit from a friend to see how close it is, but preliminary tests with prints from photoshop are pretty close, the photos preset is ok, but you can tweak it still further and to my eye the print versus on screen colour is now very close although I am admittedly not a pro in this area this was one of my main concerns, games look great although my 970 struggles to get 50 FPS in the Witcher with all settings turned on and 1440 so you would need a monstrous setup to maximize this. That said I have witnessed no screen tearing in video or games. There is also an overdrive function as was asked previously but I am not able to clock above 75 Hz without it saying it is not supported. 75 Hz appears very stable though. I did do a full build video but have not finished editing it so I thought I would post this first, plus my full build isn't finished as I am waiting on my CPU cooler arriving.

I have also included the original pics in higher def as well as the you tube video but neither allow for full resolution pics to be uploaded. If you want the original please PM me.

Hope this belays any other worries.

PS I got a rebate from the import TAX of 30 francs in case anyone was wondering.

https://youtu.be/brD6IIGZ5bw











post #133 of 379
Hi Guys,
This is my first post in forum. I'm about to own one these AHVA panel monitors. But I need some feedback about color reproduction quality of these new line of AHVA panels. Can they compete with IPS panels in this department? What is your experience with these monitors comparing IPS monitors wiht same size and same resolution? I'm not a hardcore gamer and my first priorities are color quality and contrast (deep blacks).

Thanks in advance.
post #134 of 379
I ordered my 27v monday it arrived on friday. I unboxed and reviewed it if you guys want to check it out.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZiQU4ggdz0
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Good review man! thumb.gif
    
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Hi Rastan, although this monitor is excellent and quite good enough for my needs in terms of colour reproduction, if you are more interested in colour accurate work you might be better off with https://www.ebay.ch/itm/331846037052

These screens use 100% Adobe RGB colour gamut and still offer 75 FPS for your gaming lite needs. It won't come with freesync I don't think, but piece is the same. Also I think they are true IPS so colour reproduction may be a little truer.

If you have already purchased the 27V you can adjust levels to approx 6700 lumens white light while maintaining good colour representation in Photoshop, it is not a pro monitor for this though. I have used a dell 2411 and use iMac 27" retina (5k) at work and would say both these monitors offer a little better colour. I would put it on a par with the apple thunderbolt for colour. This is purely a subjective point of view and I have no numbers to back this up though. I hope this helps.
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Thank you lordofthehawks, I really appreciate your comment. Crossover 27AHIPS Adobe RGB looks fascinating with 75Hz standard spec but no any review and thus no reliable info regarding the Input Lag. I see no point to have a color-accurate monitor but suffering from high input lag. Maybe they use same board with 27V (and 27S aswell) thus having similar input lag values but predictions can be misleading. I'm also OK with %70-80 AdobeRGB but any kind of dullness with grayish blacks is my main concern regarding the color. So I'm going to be on watch until making a final decision.
Edited by raStaN - 7/9/16 at 3:33pm
post #138 of 379
Cool Review Skye Malone. No new info on what Skye and LotH have presented.. yet.. using CRU (Custom Resolution Utility 1.2.6 by Toasty) on Win 10 only got me 72 Hz on the 27vIPS FReeDOM. At 73 Hz + the right side of the screen freaked out with some weird rainbow striping. I tried using Radeon Settings to overclock, but Win10 didn't allow me to even bring up the utility. I'm not really sure what's up with Radeon Settings on Win10, as I was able to overclock monitors without issue on Win7 x64. Another factor to include on my overclock attempt is that I am using the stock DVI cable (quite beefy) that came with the monitor and a Radeon 7870.

At 72hz there is no reduction in picture quality and it did improve the quality of fluid movement. I'd be happy to hear what others have done to increase the Hz of this monitor and what hardware they are using.
post #139 of 379
Hello, I want to purchase the Dell U2515h or this monitor but I don't know if it will work connected to a laptop through HDMI. 60hz will be enough for now if it will work.
What do you guys think?
Edited by Roach - 7/11/16 at 2:16am
post #140 of 379
Price wise I would go with the crossover. Its a larger screen and the higher refresh rate can be used in the future if you would want it. The dell costs more with a smaller panel size and a 60hz refresh. The only thing that the dell has over the crossover is the aesthetically pleasing micro bezel, tilt/rotation and customer support in my opinion. I dont have a dell to test but I would also expect the color accuracy to be a tad more accurate than the crossover since it is listed as a professional monitor. It all depends what youre really aiming for.
Edited by heliosuzyblue - 7/11/16 at 7:49am
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