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post #3101 of 3508
Update

I purchased a tempered glass shimian from red-cap nearly 7months ago. shortly after getting the screen, it died. Blacklight on, no picture.
red-cap refused to honor the warranty and after fighting with him for 6 months, I paid $150 to send the screen back for repair.

Got the repaired screen today, aside from the glass having 100x more dust behind it then before, its still dead.

I have a working identical screen and even disconnecting one and swamping in the new screen, same ****.
post #3102 of 3508
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Originally Posted by ronquilent View Post

Why are you selling them?

Just not using them much anymore, got them for a high end gaming rig but lost interest in gaming all together. I think I like building gaming rigs more than I actually like to play video games these days. Oy vey.
post #3103 of 3508
Need some help fellas, does anyone have any information on how to safely remove the glass and bezel on an ISPI (glass under the bezel model)? I have an OC PCB coming that will be going in. Cheers!
    
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[G Skill] Pheonix Pro 60G SSD - Boot | 2TB Sams... Custom EKWB | XSPC | Swiftec | Primochill | Bit... [Windows7] Professional x64 [Acheiva] Shimian ISP-I 1440p 
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[G Skill] Pheonix Pro 60G SSD - Boot | 2TB Sams... Custom EKWB | XSPC | Swiftec | Primochill | Bit... [Windows7] Professional x64 [Acheiva] Shimian ISP-I 1440p 
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has anybody tried out the new feature in Nvidia Control Panel that lets you overclock monitors? i have my Shimian Lite running at 67hz (i get lines at 68hz).

just curious if anyone else has tried this and what kind of results. haven't been following this thread for a while now...
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post #3106 of 3508
I am looking at the same monitor!

I am just wondering what the response times and input lag will be? Will it be 'suitable' for FPS gaming? And i mean, just for fun .. no hard core competitive stuff. If somebody could share his or her information regarding this screen i would be very gratefull smile.gif
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Anyone have any idea what this is? Have had this monitor since June last year, and this appeared one day. Any ideas on how to get rid of it?
post #3108 of 3508
I tryed this product and its horrible, many many ghosting effect and backlight bleed mad.gif
I dont know why many users said its a good purchase.
post #3109 of 3508
This monitor works great for gaming. I have had mine since last September. There is NO ghosting in fps. The picture quality is stunning, the color saturation is unbelievable. Very nice piece of equipment.
post #3110 of 3508
My monitor got here last week, beautiful, a single dead/stuck pixel but it's really hard to notice unless you're looking for it. Great purchase, got mine from "lightnspace". Does anyone know where you can get insurance for these if you live in a country where SquareTrade doesn't offer warrantees?
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