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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Guys, need some help smile.gif!

I just got my QNIX in - currently running a single GTX680 (SLI inbound within hopefully a day).

What res scale + settings should I go for?

Ultra goes down to 30FPS (hehe) with a single 680.

Medium seems to be fine - just wondering what I can fine-tune?
ALSO! Why does it only display 60hz, whilst my monitor is OC'ed to 110hz?


Go into Nvidia control panel settings and Change Resolution then make customize. I have a qnix & i got it to 96Hz
Edited by SLADEizGOD - 3/26/14 at 10:49am
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Guys, need some help smile.gif!

I just got my QNIX in - currently running a single GTX680 (SLI inbound within hopefully a day).

What res scale + settings should I go for?

Ultra goes down to 30FPS (hehe) with a single 680.

Medium seems to be fine - just wondering what I can fine-tune?
ALSO! Why does it only display 60hz, whilst my monitor is OC'ed to 110hz?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

You can't change the resolution to 2560 x 1440 110Hz?

How did you OC your Qnix?

Using both the CRU and Nvidia control panel methods my BF4 auto-detected 96Hz.

My current OC method was to install the Qnix driver, patch with the full patcher for SLI, and then create a custom resolution with the Nividia control panel. My BF4 shows the higher refresh rate.
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I like the AR160 but I can't stand the stupid animation or the lack of it when i'm reloading.

Yeah it freaks me out. Makes me think I'm not ready for my enemies even though it's reloading.
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Go into Nvidia control panel settings and Change Resolution then make customize. I have a qnix & i got it to 96Hz

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You can't change the resolution to 2560 x 1440 110Hz?

How did you OC your Qnix?

Using both the CRU and Nvidia control panel methods my BF4 auto-detected 96Hz.

My current OC method was to install the Qnix driver, patch with the full patcher for SLI, and then create a custom resolution with the Nividia control panel. My BF4 shows the higher refresh rate.

My monitor is OC'ed by the Nvidia control panel - but I'm really confused now!

I choose 32bit, and then I can't do 96hz or 110hz, nvidia control panel just refuses it for some reason.
Then I go to 16bit it accepts it?
So confused.

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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post


My monitor is OC'ed by the Nvidia control panel - but I'm really confused now!

I choose 32bit, and then I can't do 96hz or 110hz, nvidia control panel just refuses it for some reason.
Then I go to 16bit it accepts it?
So confused.


That has happened to me too. It's because you're using the native resolution, not a custom resolution. Unless you have used CRU, you won't have a native 110Hz 32-bit setting to choose from.

Did you use the patcher? Did you install the Qnix driver?

If you use the CRU method of OCing you're going to be changing your refresh rates in the (native) resolution portion of the control panel.

If you're using the Nvidia control panel method, you're going to be changing your refresh rate in the custom resolution portion of the control panel above.
Edited by coelacanth - 3/26/14 at 11:09am
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That has happened to me too. It's because you're using the native resolution, not a custom resolution. Unless you have used CRU, you won't have a native 110Hz 32-bit setting to choose from.

Did you use the patcher? Did you install the Qnix driver?

If you use the CRU method of OCing you're going to be changing your refresh rates in the (native) resolution portion of the control panel.

If you're using the Nvidia control panel method, you're going to be changing your refresh rate in the custom resolution portion of the control panel above.

boom realised it myself.
I HAD patched - but NOT installed the driver!!
So installed the driver - rebooted for good measure - put in 96hz and 32bit - works.

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How do you like the Qnix?
All this silly hype is wanting me one now.

Also my monitor "fell" off my desk so the stand is broken, has been for a looooong time.
I use two plexiglass "stands" to hold my monitor up tongue.gif
Crafted them myself from a Lexan and a Dremel. haha.
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How do you like the Qnix?
All this silly hype is wanting me one now.

Also my monitor "fell" off my desk so the stand is broken, has been for a looooong time.
I use two plexiglass "stands" to hold my monitor up tongue.gif
Crafted them myself from a Lexan and a Dremel. haha.

sexyyyyyyy!
Loving the 1440p, brings it to life vs 1080p!
But let me give you better impressions - when I play with it a little more smile.gif!

Currently playing around with it, going to get a colour profile etc for it now.
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Change HUD size from 60 to 0% or it is way too big. I run a mix of High and Ultra incl. 2x MSAA (Post off) on a 670 4G at 1300Mhz and yeah it can definitely drop into the 30s but overall remains totally playable. So yeah the second 680 should do you much better though still probably won't hit a constant 110 frames without lowering some settings, at least not 4x MSAA. I plan to go SLI too or get two 7950s instead this summer.

GPU power aside, I still run at 60Hz at least for now as I just don't notice a large difference personally (have tried with older games up to 120Hz).
Edited by wrigleyvillain - 3/26/14 at 11:44am
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Change HUD size from 60 to 0% or it is way too big. I run a mix of High and Ultra incl. 2x MSAA (Post off) on a 670 4G at 1300Mhz and yeah it can definitely drop into the 30s but overall remains totally playable. So yeah the second 680 should do you much better though still probably won't hit a constant 110 frames without lowering some settings, at least not 4x MSAA. I plan to go SLI too or get two 7950s instead this summer.

GPU power aside, I still run at 60Hz at least for now as I just don't notice a large difference personally (have tried with older games up to 120Hz).

HUD size - hmmm will give that a whirl!
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