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post #111 of 195
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Originally Posted by xorxhs View Post

Just got my Qnix monitor, and I have to admit that is perfect smile.gif (ordered the perfect pixel one from bcc) Have avoided custom fees also, so im very pleased of my purchase!!
I have a question
1) How to calibrate this monitor? Any suggestions?

Refer to this calibration guide by TFT Central:

http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/calibrating.htm
post #112 of 195
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Originally Posted by Koehler View Post

Refer to this calibration guide by TFT Central:
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/calibrating.htm

I was hoping for a profile for windows, but ill read this also.thx
post #113 of 195
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Originally Posted by nthnleo View Post

I have a MSI 7950.

Hmm, maybe it's a 7950 issue with this monitor? I have almost the same problem you have in your video, except mine are single pixels that sparkle, not lines like yours. Powering the monitor on/off a few times makes it go away. Have you tried going into CCC and checking/unchecking Alternate DVI mode and the lower frequency checkboxes a few times? That helps also... But yeah, it's a minor annoyance that I can live with since the monitor was cheap, has a minimal light bleed, and no dead pixels.
post #114 of 195
Anyone know if the Qnix monitors have a multi-input model? My friend is trying to compare different Korean multi-input models before he buys one.
post #115 of 195
Well, I ordered a 7950, which should be here tomorrow. So i guess we will see if all 7950s have an issue with this monitor. I just picked up a vanilla sapphire model.
    
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I just received a QX2700 monitor from red-cap. I don't have a dual-link DVI available at work so I can't test out the screen, but I do have a question. Is it normal for the power button to turn to a red light after turning it on if there's no input hooked up?
post #117 of 195
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I just received a QX2700 monitor from red-cap. I don't have a dual-link DVI available at work so I can't test out the screen, but I do have a question. Is it normal for the power button to turn to a red light after turning it on if there's no input hooked up?

This is correct.
    
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post #118 of 195
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Originally Posted by Radnor View Post

I just received a QX2700 monitor from red-cap. I don't have a dual-link DVI available at work so I can't test out the screen, but I do have a question. Is it normal for the power button to turn to a red light after turning it on if there's no input hooked up?

Yeah this happens on all Korean monitors I think.
post #119 of 195
Has anyone purchased a replacement stand yet? Will any VESA-compatible stand work? For those who dont own one yet, the OEM stand is vertically fixed and the monitor sits only a couple inches off the desk.

Update on my Qnix-- Saw static/snow at first use 10 days ago. Didnt see it again until yesterday, immediately after waking the monitor from sleep. Went away after one power on/off cycle. Have been using a 110-rated power supply purchased from Ebay.

Backlight bleed in lower right corner similar to what others have posted, but almost completely disappears when I lower my desk chair a couple inches to change viewing angle.

Love the bright, vivid colors and crisp images. No detectable lag while gaming.

Word of warning to the less experienced PC user (not that there are any on Overclock.net smile.gif)-- had to use my old 24" Samsung when swapping out GTX 580 for new GTX 680. Need a monitor with a scaler while uninstalling old drivers/GPU and installing new GPU/drivers (stock Win 7 VGA drivers wont put out 1440p). Might be a better way to do it, but thats what happned to me....
post #120 of 195
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Originally Posted by missile742 View Post

Has anyone purchased a replacement stand yet? Will any VESA-compatible stand work? For those who dont own one yet, the OEM stand is vertically fixed and the monitor sits only a couple inches off the desk.
Update on my Qnix-- Saw static/snow at first use 10 days ago. Didnt see it again until yesterday, immediately after waking the monitor from sleep. Went away after one power on/off cycle. Have been using a 110-rated power supply purchased from Ebay.
Backlight bleed in lower right corner similar to what others have posted, but almost completely disappears when I lower my desk chair a couple inches to change viewing angle.
Love the bright, vivid colors and crisp images. No detectable lag while gaming.
Word of warning to the less experienced PC user (not that there are any on Overclock.net smile.gif)-- had to use my old 24" Samsung when swapping out GTX 580 for new GTX 680. Need a monitor with a scaler while uninstalling old drivers/GPU and installing new GPU/drivers (stock Win 7 VGA drivers wont put out 1440p). Might be a better way to do it, but thats what happned to me....

I bought this one and I love it. It doesn't sag and it frees up a lot of space on my desk.

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=109&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082808&p_id=5400&seq=1&format=2
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