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Anybody here has the calibration settings for the Crossover 27100Q?
post #362 of 369
Same boat, just got the 27100Q, wondering if there was any consensus on best calibration settings. Also, I can't find, nor tell, what the "Over Driver" setting (down the bottom of the Misc. Tab in the OCR) does. Anyone enlighten me?

Mine seems to be running well at 100hz, through Nvidia control panel on DVI.
post #363 of 369
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Originally Posted by CMDBoom View Post

Same boat, just got the 27100Q, wondering if there was any consensus on best calibration settings. Also, I can't find, nor tell, what the "Over Driver" setting (down the bottom of the Misc. Tab in the OCR) does. Anyone enlighten me?

Mine seems to be running well at 100hz, through Nvidia control panel on DVI.
Is it running 100Hz without frameskip?

Test here: http://www.testufo.com/#test=frameskipping
post #364 of 369
Hello everybody.

I brought a qnix 2730r early last year which I absolutely adore but unfortunately it looks like it's not sold anymore, well except for far more than what I want to pay for £390, which again I debut they actually have them in stock.

So I was going to buy the crossover 27100q as soo many people here have recommended it, their was a few on ebay that were decently priced but again I messaged them and they all said they were out of stock and couldn't find any.

Do any of you guys know why they stopped making them etc?

So I'm looking at the crossover 27v or vv. Does anybody know the difference? I have messaged they seller to see if the vv is in stock just waiting on a reply

Also there's a new qnix 2716 which looks decent anybody heard anything about that? I can't find any information about it at all.

If none of these monitors are actually in stock which from past experience seems the case, does anybody know of a comparable monitor that is equivalent to these that isn't too expensive? My budget is around £350 max, this is already pushing it so please don't recommend anything higher, this can including 2nd hand/manufacturer refurbishment.

I hope this thread isn't too dead.

Thanks Ben
Edited by Mad Bull Ben - 4/17/17 at 3:08am
post #365 of 369
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Originally Posted by CMDBoom View Post

Same boat, just got the 27100Q, wondering if there was any consensus on best calibration settings. Also, I can't find, nor tell, what the "Over Driver" setting (down the bottom of the Misc. Tab in the OCR) does. Anyone enlighten me?

Mine seems to be running well at 100hz, through Nvidia control panel on DVI.

Overdrive lower the input lag of the monitor by a few milliseconds. For competitive gamers, this feature is quite important. It lowers the input lag of this monitor to as low as 4ms. It also make your black more black. It doesn't damage your monitor, but it introduce noticeable ghosting in your image.
post #366 of 369
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Originally Posted by Mad Bull Ben View Post

Hello everybody.

I brought a qnix 2730r early last year which I absolutely adore but unfortunately it looks like it's not sold anymore, well except for far more than what I want to pay for £390, which again I debut they actually have them in stock.

So I was going to buy the crossover 27100q as soo many people here have recommended it, their was a few on ebay that were decently priced but again I messaged them and they all said they were out of stock and couldn't find any.

Do any of you guys know why they stopped making them etc?

So I'm looking at the crossover 27v or vv. Does anybody know the difference? I have messaged they seller to see if the vv is in stock just waiting on a reply

Also there's a new qnix 2716 which looks decent anybody heard anything about that? I can't find any information about it at all.

If none of these monitors are actually in stock which from past experience seems the case, does anybody know of a comparable monitor that is equivalent to these that isn't too expensive? My budget is around £350 max, this is already pushing it so please don't recommend anything higher, this can including 2nd hand/manufacturer refurbishment.

I hope this thread isn't too dead.

Thanks Ben

I see a bunch of 27100q result on ebay with stocks. But basically 27100q use AH-IPS panel and 27vv use the notorious AH-VA panels.
Edited by lonegun - 4/19/17 at 9:03pm
post #367 of 369
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I see a bunch of 27100q result on ebay with stocks. But basically 27100q use AH-IPS panel and 27vv use the notorious AH-VA panels.

Can I have a link to some of these?
When I look on ebay international and in my country I only see 4 available which are quite expensive, ranging from $463 to $513 which is including packaging that is $115. Which is a lot more than I want to pay considering the 27vv is $365 including packaging. Almost $100 cheaper.

The 27100q used to be $310 and I brought one but after a week the seller messaged me saying they haven't got it in stock and has been searching several suppliers with no luck. This happened 4 times all around the same price.

Both of these monitors will have customs which adds another 20% as well.

I woulf MUCH prefer to have the 27100q but I can't find any that aren't very expensive. I haven't messaged any of these people but from previous experience I debut they will have them in stock.
Edited by Mad Bull Ben - 4/19/17 at 10:30pm
post #368 of 369
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Originally Posted by Mad Bull Ben View Post

Can I have a link to some of these?
When I look on ebay international and in my country I only see 4 available which are quite expensive, ranging from $463 to $513 which is including packaging that is $115. Which is a lot more than I want to pay considering the 27vv is $365 including packaging. Almost $100 cheaper.

The 27100q used to be $310 and I brought one but after a week the seller messaged me saying they haven't got it in stock and has been searching several suppliers with no luck. This happened 4 times all around the same price.

Both of these monitors will have customs which adds another 20% as well.

I woulf MUCH prefer to have the 27100q but I can't find any that aren't very expensive. I haven't messaged any of these people but from previous experience I debut they will have them in stock.

Oh wow, yea I didn't notice the price hike and thought it's free shipping like before. I guess they are high in demand or just running out of panels as they are usually limited.
post #369 of 369
Does anyone know the 27100Q scales? I'm curious if I can scale it down to 1080p and add a 1080p 144hz monitor with it?
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