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Do I need to return my Crossover 27QW?

Just bought a Crossover 27QW in Feb. and was working fine on my new pc w/ GTX 780. The other day when I woke my pc up from sleep this is what it was doing(see pic). I was trying everything to fix it and finally came back after trying a different DVI cord.
Today, same thing. Came home from work, woke computer up from sleep and get the extensive flickering.Have tried multiple computers, DVI cords, and power cords; also tried rebooting pc and unplugging everything and waiting, all with the same results. Get extensive flickering and only a fraction of the screen actually displays. Was wondering if any of you have dealt with this before or if my screen is defective
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  1. did you try to hook up pc to a tv or other monitor to see if it is the graphic card? however flickering screen is a telltale sign that it is a problem with the panel most likely power.
  2. Bad_Kitty13 said:
    did you try to hook up pc to a tv or other monitor to see if it is the graphic card? however flickering screen is a telltale sign that it is a problem with the panel most likely power.


    Yes. Every thing's fine when hooked up to old monitor and get same thing when I tried to hook up new monitor to my brother's pc.
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    well its def the panel then here is a link to a forum of people with same issue as you, ill look into it a some more to see if it is a simple fix(one thing that might work is a different power brick, it might be failing)
    http://www.overclock.net/t/1232496/crossover-27q-led-led-p-27m-led-2720mdp-gold-led-monitor-club/5790#
  4. Bad_Kitty13 said:
    well its def the panel then here is a link to a forum of people with same issue as you, ill look into it a some more to see if it is a simple fix(one thing that might work is a different power brick, it might be failing)
    http://www.overclock.net/t/1232496/crossover-27q-led-led-p-27m-led-2720mdp-gold-led-monitor-club/5790#


    I was afraid of this. I've contacted the seller and am waiting a response. Hopefully it qualifies for the 100% free DOA return since it came from Korea. Anyways thanks for the speedy response.
  5. no prob man sorry for the luck if they dont have one there are things you could try but i would jjust try to get a new one
  6. MeezyATL said:
    Just bought a Crossover 27QW in Feb. and was working fine on my new pc w/ GTX 780. The other day when I woke my pc up from sleep this is what it was doing(see pic). I was trying everything to fix it and finally came back after trying a different DVI cord.
    Today, same thing. Came home from work, woke computer up from sleep and get the extensive flickering.Have tried multiple computers, DVI cords, and power cords; also tried rebooting pc and unplugging everything and waiting, all with the same results. Get extensive flickering and only a fraction of the screen actually displays. Was wondering if any of you have dealt with this before or if my screen is defective


    I'll bet you it is a failing power supply. Easy to replace.
  7. I was suspecting power as well. However, I informed the seller and they are gonna replace it and cover the shipping back to Korea so I'll go that route, just hope the panel is as good picture wise cause that one had 0 dead pixels with just a little bleeding.
  8. man that sucks you had to rma due to an issue since you got a perfect panel, did yours come with dead pixel guarantee?
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