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So, I received my QX2700 yesterday. I did not order the pixel perfect version. The power brick that came with it lists the input as being 220v, with no sticker or mention of 110v being acceptable. However, a quick google search for the power brick's model number shows it being sold as 110v/220v. In any case, I crossed my fingers and plugged it in and it works fine. No dead pixels or snow that I've noticed. There is some backlight bleed in the lower corners, but overall I'm super pleased with the quality, especially for under $300. thumb.gif
    
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So, I received my QX2700 yesterday. I did not order the pixel perfect version. The power brick that came with it lists the input as being 220v, with no sticker or mention of 110v being acceptable. However, a quick google search for the power brick's model number shows it being sold as 110v/220v. In any case, I crossed my fingers and plugged it in and it works fine. No dead pixels or snow that I've noticed. There is some backlight bleed in the lower corners, but overall I'm super pleased with the quality, especially for under $300. thumb.gif
Do you have a link for this? I haven't seen it listed as 110V anywhere. Thanks.
post #93 of 195
I'm at work now, and don't have the part number handy. I will take a look tonight and post a link.
    
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post #94 of 195
Ordered a pixel perfect version from Red-Cap on Ebay, should be here by Monday at the latest. Also ordered a compatible US power supply--not going to risk using the OEM PS. Going to run it off of a single super overclocked 580GTX. Anyone else using a 580GTX have recommended settings for NVIDIA control panel?
post #95 of 195
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Originally Posted by foldslikepaper View Post

So, I received my QX2700 yesterday. I did not order the pixel perfect version. The power brick that came with it lists the input as being 220v, with no sticker or mention of 110v being acceptable. However, a quick google search for the power brick's model number shows it being sold as 110v/220v. In any case, I crossed my fingers and plugged it in and it works fine. No dead pixels or snow that I've noticed. There is some backlight bleed in the lower corners, but overall I'm super pleased with the quality, especially for under $300. thumb.gif

Nice. So plenty of people who didn't order pixel perfect guarantee got no dead pixels.
post #96 of 195
Paying extra for "pixel perfect" is just like buying a warranty. May not need it but gives you peace of mind.
post #97 of 195
I just received my 'Pixel Perfect' QNIX from BCC today (as a replacement for the TVera monitor not in stock) I believe the 'pixel perfect' sticker comes directly from the manufacturer, not Ebay seller.

I checked the DC output from the power adapter (only says 230V input on it) with my voltage meter and verified the output voltage is 24V before plugging it into the monitor. No dead pixel or any sort of snow effect on my unit, but the backlight bleeding seems kind of excessive to me. Compare to my DELL 2412m screen next to it, the black screen on QNIX seems a lot brighter (I clicked that ' - brightness' button 5 times) than DELL, corner light bleeding is also worse than my DELL.
post #98 of 195
Fed Ex should deliver mine today--Pixel Perfect version from Red-Cap on Ebay. After reading in the 1440 Gamers Club thread decided to upgrade my GTX 580 1.5gb to a GTX 680 4gb. Will post some initial impressions once I get everything up and running.
post #99 of 195
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Do you have a link for this? I haven't seen it listed as 110V anywhere. Thanks.

So, I recieved the fps0120 PSU, just like a ton of other people. Specific information seems scarce about this unit. When I did my google search, I came across this ebay listing: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Global-AC-Adapter-Nanjing-Frontek-FPS0120-05A-FPS012005A-Power-Supply-Cord-/400349820155?pt=US_Power_Supplies&hash=item5d36b574fb&ssPageName=RSS:B:SHOP:US:101

It does list it as being compatible, however the image also looks a little different than my power brick. I dunno, monitor is working fine, but I'm definitely looking at picking up another brick.
    
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post #100 of 195
Got my new QX2700 up and running. Having some snow effect -- white pixels appearing randomly all over screen, mostly visible when have a very dark/black background. No dead/stuck pixels. White bleeding in the lower right but only really noticible when monitor is turned on without input. Not sure what is causing the snow. Using DVI cable that came with unit and OEM power supply (even though I said I didnt want to use it). New one not here yet and couldnt wait. Any ideas on the snow? Oh, and my 580GTX got me 60 FPS in World of Tanks with all settings at max except AA off.



UPDATE: as reported by other guys in thread, snow went away after pwr down/up. Didnt come back during two hours of gaming.
Edited by missile742 - 12/12/12 at 8:33pm
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