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post #11 of 19
The overclockable displays are not made anymore IIRC. The newer revision made it only go up to about 65hz. As for which one is the best, they all use the same panel. Pick with ever one has the most appealing casing to you. If you plan on mounting it make sure to get the model that supports that. I'm not exactly sure which one it is.
post #12 of 19
Since Monoprice is about $80 for shipping to Canada that rules out me getting one, however I've heard it's based on the FSM-270YG. Anyone know if the FSM-270YG is any good compared to Catleaps?
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post #13 of 19
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I'm pretty sure most of the WQHD 27" monitors from Korea are all the same panels.
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I personally had great luck with my qnix. The stand is decently sturdy, and the vesa mounts are easily accessible should you want to replace. Aside from some cheesy fonts on the front logos, its pretty awesome. And it came in at under $300 shipped.

Do you know how it compares with the Crossover 27Q LED in terms of build quality. I like the design of the Crossover better.
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I personally had great luck with my qnix. The stand is decently sturdy, and the vesa mounts are easily accessible should you want to replace. Aside from some cheesy fonts on the front logos, its pretty awesome. And it came in at under $300 shipped.

Pretty much everything he said, I love my QNIX.
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Pretty much everything he said, I love my QNIX.

I have had my Qnix for 7-8 months now. It's been great. So another Qnix vote here.
post #17 of 19
I had an achieva shimian and the colors were awful. It needed calibration bad.

My Catleap Q270 seems fine. I've had it for a few months now and have been very happy so far.
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I had an achieva shimian and the colors were awful. It needed calibration bad.

My Catleap Q270 seems fine. I've had it for a few months now and have been very happy so far.

I might order one of these things to try out. Since it has no RGB settings on the actual display itself, do you change RGB settings in the Nvidia control panel or what...

And if you launch a game, do the Nvidia control panel RGB settings stay or get dropped.
post #19 of 19
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I might order one of these things to try out. Since it has no RGB settings on the actual display itself, do you change RGB settings in the Nvidia control panel or what...

And if you launch a game, do the Nvidia control panel RGB settings stay or get dropped.

You use your video card to calibrate the monitor, and to do scaling. And yes, it keeps the settings.
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