Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theater' started by erocker, Mar 13, 2012.
DVI-D works fine
Yup: i have mine hooked up to the motherboard (see specs) and it's working just fine.
@ 1st, it wasn't working and i couldn't figure out why, but then i noticed i had the DVI-D disabled in BIOS : enabled it and it's working great ever since.
Thanks guys. I look forward to enjoying this display soon.
wow awesome! anyone try this for video editing??
Why wouldn't your monitor be "good" for that?
I've been thinking about building something crazy with 6 screens or 3 46" TVs....Hmmmmmm
Well that's what I thought at first but as I moved my head around, it affected the whole screen , not just the bottom area
Just looked up IPS glow and I think this is what I'm experiencing. Kind of annoying, don't know why I never heard of it before buying this screen! I can definitely live with it though, the screen is amazing apart from that. Maybe if I sit a bit further away it will be better.
I just want to share information about Spec,Variant LG IPS PANEL 27" 2560x1440
This panel most use by korean monitor brands like ACHIEVA,CATLEAP,CROSSOVER,PCBANK
To find out which panel are using you must disassemble the monitor
link can help you why bios does not appear
see picture at the bottom in vga compatible NVIDIA and AMD...
Not Compatible=Bios,Loading Screen can not be displayed,but windows no problem to display 2560x1440
Compatible =Bios,Windows show no problems
integrated Gpu i think not support for high resolution 2560x1440
Apply For ALL Korean Monitor 27" 2560x1440 IPS Brand
sorry... what has the "not compatible" to do with the fact if the it gives display immediately after boot?
And don't worry, even Intel integrated graphics can display 2560x1440 just fine.
Dunno, I used mine with an HD5850 and had 0 problems, could see BIOS and everything. I have also heard other people online say the same. But I have also heard of some people who couldn't see their BIOS. I'm guessing it's something to do with the res or refresh rate that those cards use during POST/before the OS is loaded.
With the monitor I'm using there are two things you need. A video card that has a dual link DVI output and a dual link DVI cable.
some IPS have low response times....
You mean high? low response times are a good thing regardless
IPS monitors, from what I've seen list their response times in black to white to black. Most TN panel manufacturers list grey to grey. In the end they are about the same.. 2ms g2g = 6(ish)ms b2w2b.
well some of them are decent and have 8 or less and that's good. but some have like 14+ms and that's no good...
Mabye the problem was this (in bold):
I thought i was screwed for sure for a while there but it was just me being dumb
Read the actual specs, see "6ms" and be satisfied.
I use a Philips LCD TV (32") and the BIOS thing is as follows:
9 out of 10 times the computer goes into Windows loading screen before the screen "wakes up".
So if I need to enter BIOS, I press quickly "DEL" after keybaord lights turn on without seeing anything, and some 30 seconds later I see stuff.
If I want to see my BIOS posting - loading lines I have to press "pause" and wait until screen wakes up and sometimes it does not.
Definitively is something low-res communication related...
Unless doing an overclocking session it is a non issue reallly.
I take it you are using HDMI? that is not so much a computer or monitor issue as it is a copy protection issue. We have to take it in the ass so the RIAA and MPAA can make sure we are using an "approved" device.
I have a Pioneer reciever in between my computer and my 60 inch Pioneer plasma that I use for a monitor and I can see the HDMI light blinking while the HDMI handshake bullshit takes place.
HDMI yes... You imply that a DVI cable would not show these troubles?
DVI does not need the security routine that HDMI does. since HDMI's video signal is the same as DVI, that would be the explanation.
I just ordered one of these....looks good
Ordered a Crossover 27" 2560x1440 IPS display from "accessorieswhole" on eBay on Saturday and I just received it today, three days later! This is from Korea to Texas!!!
The display is amazing. The color is amazing. The brightness is amazing. The viewing angle is amazing. I did those online dead / stuck pixel tests, and I have not seen a single dead or stuck pixel.
Using a DVI-D, I was able to see POST / BIOS and everything like that without having to do any weird tricks to get it to display!
Just curious... Why did you choose the crossover. I am looking at the catleap personally. I don't mind glass or no glass, but I am also read that many of the glass displays have dust behind them.
I purchased the Crossover because I had read that the Crossover had, in general, an overall better build quality. I also read from a lot of people that the Crossover had less input lag. To be honest, I have an idea as to what input lag is, but I really do not know what it is. The way people were talking about it, it seemed like a big deal.
I have no dust behind my glass display, from what I can tell.
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