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post #171 of 379
Just bought the 27v hopefully it will last me some time before the 1440p/4k 10bit quantum/OLED HDR monitors come.

I recently also demoed a 4k quantum dot HDR tv from Samsung that a friend of mine got and it looks gorgeous.

It looks like high end computer monitors still have some way to go before they match top TVs.

If there where any 4k HDR QD/OLED 27-32 inch monitors i would buy it in a heartbeat.
Edited by Yviena - 7/26/16 at 7:12pm
post #172 of 379

Are you sure this method works? And increases the FreeSync range as well? I'm asking because I just cancelled an order for a 144 Fast (not sure if 150$ are worth and extra 69Hz).

Edit: According to @srubc, the 27V will overclock to 75Hz, and the FreeSync range will increase with it (link).
So, In your opinion, is the jump from 75Hz --> 144Hz worth 150$?
Edited by NadavCE - 7/27/16 at 12:37am
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Well sht, I ended up paying more for a different monitor. I got a Asus PG279Q for $625 USD including tax and shipping. It was brand new but open box with no screen defects from NCIX.
post #174 of 379
I picked up a couple of the Crossover 27V listed as perfect pixel.

Pros:

-Great picture.
-Antiglare coating is smooth not chunky.
-No dead/stuck pixels.
-Overall backlight uniformity is good. Slightly brighter in corners.
-Standard vesa spacing on back of monitor, screws included.

Cons:

-Build quality is poor. Bezel is 4 pieces and not very rigid. Shouldn't matter unless you regularly move your monitor
-Buttons are on back of monitor and difficult to operate. But with the remote, you shouldn't need to press them.
-Monitor will automatically select for active inputs. So, if you're using an input and your computer goes to sleep, when you come back it may be on a different input.
-Stand is solid and looks cool, but not very practical. There is no height adjustment and it has a tendency to lean to one side. Because of its odd tripod shape, it can't easily be raised, such as putting a book underneath. Probably should just get a wallmount.

Overall, it's a great monitor. No problems running at 2560x1440 @75Hz over displayport with an AMD card. Also running at 2560x1440 @60Hz over HDMI.

I'm curious which panel specifically this monitor uses. I'm assuming it's an LG. Anyone know?
post #175 of 379
Can you overclock the freesync range on this?
post #176 of 379
Anyone with the Fast 144? I'm wondering what the OSD looks like/if the gamma can be adjusted. The cheaper Pixio PX277 has an ugly bezel but its Freesync range is 55-144Hz and it has gamma adjustment in the OSD.
post #177 of 379
I got my Fast a few minutes ago smile.gif

The gamma can be adjusted, but the OSD is in Korean by default. To change it, click "Menu" on the remote (or monitor). Then enter the 7th option --> 3rd option --> 1st option. You can change it to English, Dutch, French, Korean and Chinese.

On another note - the FreeSync range for this is apparently 40-144Hz! Proof:

If anyone has any questions or requests, feel free to ask!
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Oh nice. Where/which seller did you get yours from? If you don't mind could I see what the OSD looks like? Just curious if it looks the same as on the Pixio PX277.
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No problem. I got mine from Dream Seller.

OSD:
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Looks a bit strange TBH, how come the colour settings are in "region adjust", are the rest of the options dumped in "Set"?
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