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post #51 of 395
Well then, the 27s is out of stock. Maybe it's a sign for me to wait
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Originally Posted by Tgrove View Post

It will still arrive in 2-3 days, and you can quote me on that one lol. I run fury x crossfire @ 4k freesync. If a fury is close to an x than at 1440p your gonna get hella performance


I hope so, I havent bought a new monitor in a couple years and this will be my first 1440 and freesync monitor.. Now I'm all giddy to get it, lol
post #53 of 395
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Well then, the 27s is out of stock. Maybe it's a sign for me to wait



http://www.ebay.com/itm/Crossover-27-FAST-144-27-2560x1440-144Hz-WQHD-AH-VA-PIB-PBP-DP-Monitor-Remote-/322059256359?hash=item4afc3a4227:g:W4YAAOSwnTJW~iye
post #54 of 395

This is the 144 fast version and not the original one

I'll keep my eyes on this one until there's a review or some info on it if it's true 144hz and the same panel and picture quality.
post #55 of 395
Any feedback on what this monitor is like for gaming? I'm currently using an older ASUS TN panel which of course is very fast but the colors suck. I'm not sure if the switch would bother me although most of the gaming I do is MMOs etc with occasional FPS.
post #56 of 395
Is there any benefit in this monitor over the XB271HU or PG279AQ other than price? I have had to return multiple of those monitors due to bad backlight bleed and IPS glow and I'm looking for an alternative, but don't want to bother if these will have the same issues.
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Any feedback on what this monitor is like for gaming? I'm currently using an older ASUS TN panel which of course is very fast but the colors suck. I'm not sure if the switch would bother me although most of the gaming I do is MMOs etc with occasional FPS.

If the Asus TN is more than a few years old there's a high chance that it doesn't have faster pixel response times and uses PWM which ruins motion clarity.


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Is there any benefit in this monitor over the XB271HU or PG279AQ other than price? I have had to return multiple of those monitors due to bad backlight bleed and IPS glow and I'm looking for an alternative, but don't want to bother if these will have the same issues.

Better preset color accuracy and better quality control (sadly this is true), but slightly slower pixel response times, 75hz maximum refresh rate (Nvidia) and no G-Sync.
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post #58 of 395
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If the Asus TN is more than a few years old there's a high chance that it doesn't have faster pixel response times and uses PWM which ruins motion clarity.


Better preset color accuracy and better quality control (sadly this is true), but slightly slower pixel response times, 75hz maximum refresh rate (Nvidia) and no G-Sync.

It's an ASUS VW246H http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824236049
post #59 of 395
Just a notification: Someone claimed to have pulled the trigger on the Crossover 27 FAST "144Hz" Monitor over on reddit as of 4/14/16.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/4d27ea/crossover_27_fast_144_27_2560x1440/

roken144 is his name.

So in addition to this thread, keep an eye on the reddit one too, and spam the hell out of the guy's inbox for an update (Do it nicely though biggrin.gif )
post #60 of 395
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Originally Posted by sheepdog16 View Post

Just a notification: Someone claimed to have pulled the trigger on the Crossover 27 FAST "144Hz" Monitor over on reddit as of 4/14/16.
https://www.reddit.com/r/Monitors/comments/4d27ea/crossover_27_fast_144_27_2560x1440/

roken144 is his name.

So in addition to this thread, keep an eye on the reddit one too, and spam the hell out of the guy's inbox for an update (Do it nicely though biggrin.gif )

I just placed an order for 2795QHD,if he responds soon I might cancel my order.
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