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post #111 of 3099
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Hey guys, sorry I didn't check the forum sooner.

Input lag is non-existant Lefik, in fact I would go as far as to say it is even better than my 2ms TN panel!!!

Shadow, I doubt if you get any dead pixels, and even if you do get 1, at 2560 x 1440p it is such a tiny dot you can barely tell.

Tarball - I am happy with 60hz, not risking ruining this perfect monitor. It is truly amazing.

BradF - there is literally no back light bleed, my camera would not be able to capture it anyway, its a piece of junk camera.

Played a few hours of black ops 2 and Magika last night, man it is so amazing gaming at 1440p, my sapphire 7950 runs everything at 60 fps so far, thats with settings cranked up as well, and 4x MSAA.

I am sure some games I will need to lower settings, but my 7950 is OC to 1200 core, so I should be ok for most games.
Can you check for any back light bleed in the bottom mid-left corner of your QNIX? Seems like the X-Star displays have some in that exact position. I'm wondering if the X-Star bezels might be the cause.

Seems like the QNIX as well as the X-Star have back light bleed in the exact same spots. Bottom mid-left.
Edited by DADDYDC650 - 4/6/13 at 3:25pm
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Interesting. If anyone here already owns a Korean IPS monitor, please report back on how these PLS monitors compare. I have 2 Achieva Shimians with tempered glass (since last spring) and I love them. No backlight bleed on mine either, just the normal IPS glow, which I don't really see.
   
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What are peoples thoughts on getting one of these monitors with square-trade. My biggest reason for not ordering one of these korean 27" monitors right now is the fear that it may die 6 months down the road and I'll be out $320. With square-trade though, it seems I could be potentially covered for 3 years w/ only paying $50 for the service. I take it they can repair it if something happens and they cover all the shipping costs correct? Even worst case scenario, if they cant fix it they refund me the price of the monitor? I've never ordered square-trade so I have no idea of their customer service, honestly, or hidden charges. Any input on this would be much appreciated. smile.gif
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What are peoples thoughts on getting one of these monitors with square-trade. My biggest reason for not ordering one of these korean 27" monitors right now is the fear that it may die 6 months down the road and I'll be out $320. With square-trade though, it seems I could be potentially covered for 3 years w/ only paying $50 for the service. I take it they can repair it if something happens and they cover all the shipping costs correct? Even worst case scenario, if they cant fix it they refund me the price of the monitor? I've never ordered square-trade so I have no idea of their customer service, honestly, or hidden charges. Any input on this would be much appreciated. smile.gif

Ok, here's a lil story about what ahppend to me... bought a catleap back when the hurrah got kinda noisy id say may last year, luckily i purchased with ST. well needless to say bout 3-4 weeks ago turned it on one day after work and smoke, line across screen then faded out.... and then after trying to turn it on again scrambled blue screen. well 2 weeks later ST shipped box and had been sent to repair facility only for them to tell me a day later (doubt they even tried to procure the part) that was unrepairable, and sent out a check for the $349 (price + warranty price) so i got one of these OBVIOUSLY with ST. i was skeptical of them covering it but was pleasantly pleased with how they handled it smile.gif so i say go for it as long as you can get the ST warranty.
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Ok, here's a lil story about what ahppend to me... bought a catleap back when the hurrah got kinda noisy id say may last year, luckily i purchased with ST. well needless to say bout 3-4 weeks ago turned it on one day after work and smoke, line across screen then faded out.... and then after trying to turn it on again scrambled blue screen. well 2 weeks later ST shipped box and had been sent to repair facility only for them to tell me a day later (doubt they even tried to procure the part) that was unrepairable, and sent out a check for the $349 (price + warranty price) so i got one of these OBVIOUSLY with ST. i was skeptical of them covering it but was pleasantly pleased with how they handled it smile.gif so i say go for it as long as you can get the ST warranty.

Thats awesome, thanks for letting me know. Did you go through the trouble of getting any email confirmation with them before ordering that monitor with their warranty, or did you just go for it? I think I'll place my order tomorrow, just trying to decide if its worth the effort for me to email them to confirm or just order it now. +rep
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Thats awesome, thanks for letting me know. Did you go through the trouble of getting any email confirmation with them before ordering that monitor with their warranty, or did you just go for it? I think I'll place my order tomorrow, just trying to decide if its worth the effort for me to email them to confirm or just order it now. +rep

i just went for it, cause i heard rumors of st only covering US sellers/US products so i told as little as possible about the product. >.< and trust me i was flippin out wondering if it would go through, and to be clear i had to send in the power brick, but i totally did NOT send in the foreign plug :-p hope this helps, i ordered my qx2710 yesterday hoping it ships monday and have in by end of the week will give my humble opinion on the difference between my now dead and gone catleap q270 and this newer qnix pls when it arrives smile.gif
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Well I just finished ordering mine and decided to order from hulustar. I hope everything works out and I'll never have to use squaretrade, but I ordered that as well just in case. These sound like great monitors and I can't wait to try 1440p, as I've never viewed anything aside from 1080p. Linus has said nothing but good things about PLS, so hopefully choosing this over other korean IPS screens was a wise choice.
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So I've been researching all of the Korean 27" IPS display options....
I see a lot of forum activity surrounding the Achieva Shimian QH270, Catleap Q270, QNIX QX2700, Crossover 27Q displays and MicroCenter's Auria EQ276W
I am quite concerned about the defect-rate for these builds relating to sleep-mode, blinking/flickering, DOA, input lag. I would also like to avoid glossy displays in favor of matte finish.

But it does not seem like there has been any discussion on the (new?) QNIX QX27 & X-STAR DP2710 2560x1440 matte IPS displays.
Has anyone had any experience with either of these two models? Looks like they are using Samsung PLS panels?? biggrin.gif
And are they HDCP compatible? I plan on passing the display through my home AV receiver.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/27-QNIX-QX2710-Evolution-ll-Matte-Screen-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Monitor-/251245247930?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item3a7f623dba
http://www.ebay.com/itm/27-X-STAR-DP2710-LED-Matte-Screen-2560x1440-QHD-PLS-Panel-Monitor-DVI-D-/261185339043?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item3ccfdbfea3

Thanks! -d3d

Please let me know what these are like! I'm looking at a nice 2560 x 1440 panel and shipping is free here..
 
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I am watching this thread closely as well, I am looking at buying 4x 2560x1440 monitors for a 3+1 setup and its between these and 4 crossovers. Anyone have the Bezel Dimensions on these? Anyone Vesa mounted them yet to see if the bezel applies pressure or affects the backlight bleed?

Edit: Could someone also post some better pics of the Glossy finish?

Edit, Edit: Is the matte coating found on these the same as on the Samsung Samsung S27A850D 1440p PLS monitor?
Edited by dieseldog49 - 4/7/13 at 3:26am
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Just bought a QNIX QX2710 from green-sum. http://www.ebay.at/itm/140934439651
My first korean monitor and I am very hyped.
I'll be reporting in again when I got the monitor and I'll make a lot of pictures aswell.
Hope that everything goes well and it doesn't have too much light bleed or stuck/dead pixels.
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