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Originally Posted by Yviena View Post

BTW everyone there is a new crossover monitor named 27x144 its 1440p 144hz TN panel but no freesync i think.
Don't be misled, the 27x144 is actually only 1080p with "2560 x 1440 Virtual QHD" (upscaling or something perhaps)
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Originally Posted by 1440p d3vil View Post

Hi, i just got this monitor today and its faulty.

Vertical lines keep appearing but turning monitor off and back on few times fixes it. (pics included)




Im using Win 10 , Fury X with HDMI.

What am i doing wrong?

the lines appear at random places.
Before you conclude it's a hardware issue, have you ruled out the problem being driver related?
post #192 of 379
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Originally Posted by yogalD View Post

Don't be misled, the 27x144 is actually only 1080p with "2560 x 1440 Virtual QHD" (upscaling or something perhaps)
Before you conclude it's a hardware issue, have you ruled out the problem being driver related?

Well i just bought and tried a DP cable and everything is fine now.
post #193 of 379
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Originally Posted by yogalD View Post

Don't be misled, the 27x144 is actually only 1080p with "2560 x 1440 Virtual QHD" (upscaling or something perhaps)
Before you conclude it's a hardware issue, have you ruled out the problem being driver related?

Ah ok good to know it's only 1080p their wording is kinda confusing.
post #194 of 379
Thanks for help guys.

My thoughts on the monitor.

Well first up i got the monitors mixed up and i thought 27V IPS DP Freedom could OC to 90hz. But it seems to stop at 75hz.

Monitor is fine, no dead pixels. Although it has some yellow bleed on bottom left which is noticeable.

Picture quality is very good as well.

7/10 for me.

One last thing, how do i change the language in menu? Its in Korean.
Edited by 1440p d3vil - 8/10/16 at 6:29pm
post #195 of 379
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Thanks for help guys.

My thoughts on the monitor.

Well first up i got the monitors mixed up and i thought 27V IPS DP Freedom could OC to 90hz. But it seems to stop at 75hz.

Monitor is fine, no dead pixels. Although it has some yellow bleed on bottom left which is noticeable.

Picture quality is very good as well.

7/10 for me.

One last thing, how do i change the language in menu? Its in Korean.

I believe the only 1440p korean monitors that go over 75 hz are the DVI only models or the 144hz models (FAST144)
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post #196 of 379
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are the Fast 144 and the Pixio PX277 basically the same? Honestly for the price the Fast 144 goes for I wouldn't consider it, it's too close to some of the mainstream branded monitors and id pay a bit more for what you get along with that.

The pixio on the other hand is cheap enough to overlook those thing..but I worry about things like input lag and PWM.

The Pixio is superior in the following ways:
  • They use new panels, rather than rejected ones.
  • Freesync is preconfigured to 55-144Hz. (35-90 on the Crossfire)
  • It's cheaper.
  • Designed with people who used to own QNIX 2710's in mind.
  • Local US warranty (if bought on Amazon)

The Crossfire has a cooler stand. That's it.

I'd say it's a no-brainer. I wouldn't even consider the Crossfire at this point in time. They're clearly overpriced.
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Does anyone know if the SRGB setting or the default user defined rgb setting is more accurate ?
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The Pixio is superior in the following ways:
  • They use new panels, rather than rejected ones.
  • Freesync is preconfigured to 55-144Hz. (35-90 on the Crossfire)
  • It's cheaper.
  • Designed with people who used to own QNIX 2710's in mind.
  • Local US warranty (if bought on Amazon)

The Crossfire has a cooler stand. That's it.

I'd say it's a no-brainer. I wouldn't even consider the Crossfire at this point in time. They're clearly overpriced.

As someone who owns the qnix 2710, the pixio (which has an almost identical stand/casing) has a terrible case/stand. We also aren't 100% sure of the CROSSOVER (not fire) freesync range, as i've seen someone who showed it as having 40-144hz range, and nobody can seem to actually confirm what it is (any owners want to help out here?). As for the pixio panels, we don't know what they actually use, and we don't know what crossover is currently using for their panels. As for freesync range, i'd honestly rather have 35-90hz than a high of 55. 40-144hz obviously being the preferred freesync range.
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post #199 of 379
Has anyone opened up one of the 144Hz fast boards? I would like to know which display board they're using. Thinking of putting together a screen myself ^_^
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basic cru info. don't have a freesync card atm
Edited by jtown01 - 8/19/16 at 10:27pm
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