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What is the difference between Qnix and the other Korean S-IPS monitors? Is there a difference in terms of build quality? What is the build material of the Qnix 27" S-IPS monitor?
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I just ordered mine also! I only paid $229 from a seller on ebay with 99.5% feedback. Here is the link:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/170952788858?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649

I am lucky to snag one at this price as it quickly sold out!
post #53 of 195
Whats the difference between qnix models and tvera one's?
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Can anyone give me physical dimensions for this monitor on its stand? Trying to see if it fits in my desk. Thanks.
    
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post #55 of 195
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Can anyone give me physical dimensions for this monitor on its stand? Trying to see if it fits in my desk. Thanks.

Dimensions
Product Size(W x H x D) With Stand: 25.78" x 18.50" x 7.67"

Source: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-27-Inch-LED-Qnix-QX2700-S-IPS-2560x1440-WQHD-Quad-HD-Monitor-/130736613369
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Originally Posted by lckillah View Post

I just ordered mine also! I only paid $229 from a seller on ebay with 99.5% feedback. Here is the link:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/170952788858?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649
I am lucky to snag one at this price as it quickly sold out!

Lucky such and such!
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What is the difference between Qnix and the other Korean S-IPS monitors? Is there a difference in terms of build quality? What is the build material of the Qnix 27" S-IPS monitor?

There will be some difference - some will have pivot stands (the Crossover Q27-P) to allow for easy portrait use, I think it was the CatLeaps that you had to take the whole thing apart to get at the VESA mount and replace it with your own, some have tempered glass (that's a whole nother discussion), some have built in (cheap never would bother to use them) speakers, the construction I believe is metal on the Crossovers, a decent quality plastic on my QNIX. It's also a "squatter" stand in that the stand sits a couple of inches off my desk versus a "height" stand that lifts things up quite a bit more - on the Q27-P, enough so that you can rotate the whole display. I plan on replacing the stand on my QNIX with a VESA mount or arm, but the stand is more than tolerable that comes with it.

Many have claimed these all use the same panel, but I've done a lot of reading, and I have seen zero to 2 complaints about bad pixels on the QNIX, so either I got mine out of a lucky batch (I didn't order the Perfect Pixel), or they are using better batches "for now".
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Dimensions
Product Size(W x H x D) With Stand: 25.78" x 18.50" x 7.67"
Source: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-27-Inch-LED-Qnix-QX2700-S-IPS-2560x1440-WQHD-Quad-HD-Monitor-/130736613369

Those sound about right.
post #57 of 195
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I also bought that one because I was paranoid and I was having colored snow issues. The power brick that mine came with was 220V, but it had a sticker saying 100V was ok. Like I'm going to believe a sticker smile.gif. The new power brick didn't solve my snow issue though. If I turn my monitor on/off a few times it finally goes away... I've contacted BCC about the issue and asked if it's possibly a PCB issue. I've also swapped dvi cables, that doesn't help either. Anyone have any idea what could be causing the snow? It happens on my 7950, my old 8800GTS, and also on different computers, so it's not driver related and I've narrowed it down to the monitor directly.
Here's what I'm seeing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrRjbsBwz9w

That sounds like either an DVI cable (make sure you are swapping for a good, double shielded dual link cable), or possibly a connector/driver board inside the panel. Does it do it from cold (e.g. you first wake up/start up the machine in the morning), or only once it warms up some, or totally random?
post #58 of 195
I have two HP LP 2465 monitors on a rotating stand (comes with the monitors) the stand is a quick release ($15 on ebay/amazon for hp quick release vesa mount and monitor vesa screw in panel). I happen to have another stand coming of the same type for that monitor from ebay, because it rotates into a tall orientation like a steering wheel. I just ordered a QX2700 off ebay, when I get it I'll put the quick release on it and pop it onto that stand and let you guys know if there is enough clearance and weight distribution to allow it to sit properly. I'm guessing you can pick it up together for less than 50$ on ebay.
post #59 of 195
Quick question: does anyone know if the DVI-I Dual Link connector (on a GT610 video card) would work with the QX2700 (DVI-D Dual Link)? From what I've read it seems to be the one that works with both whereas the opposite is not true since the DVI-D is just the slit and the DVI-I is both slit and 4 pins. Since the monitor is just the slit I was hoping the card that supports the slit / 4 pins would also support just the slit as well? Thanks!
post #60 of 195
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That sounds like either an DVI cable (make sure you are swapping for a good, double shielded dual link cable), or possibly a connector/driver board inside the panel. Does it do it from cold (e.g. you first wake up/start up the machine in the morning), or only once it warms up some, or totally random?

Pretty random. I think it's the main board in the monitor. I got a reply from BCC saying he'll send me a replacement board when he gets it from the manufacturer.


I replaced the included cable with a 24AWG dual link DVI-D from monoprice, so I dont think it's the cable. But yeah, powering the monitor on/off a few times in Windows makes it go away. Rebooting makes it come back or not randomly.

Does your speaker make a pop sound when it turns on/off? I unplugged my speakers when i opened up the monitor to inspect the PCBs cuz it was annoying. Not sure if the speaker popping is a sign of anything bad or not though.
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