Originally Posted by rdlambe1
Cheers mate. I'll give it a lash..... on Friday, I'm in Ireland
Right on man! See ya on the battlefield!
Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain
Well like many things visual and IQ-related this is partly subjective. Sure there are less jaggies with my 1440P display as more pixels/density but I still need some MSAA (Post is bleh). Helps nicely still on thinner lines like fences and cranes plus with longer-distance view sharpness in general.
Well to each his own.
Originally Posted by Ghost12
Thanks, I had no issues in the beta at all but at the time was using my 1080p 60hz screen as waited weeks for a replacement pcb for the qnix. Just tried bf3 metro on this 1440 and I found it unplayable, the blur hurt my eyes and could not aim. Blur off in game and all low. I am pre loading bf4 currently so am interested to see the difference, if is the same will have to go back 1080 as like said I can not play like that.
Yeah, once you get a bad case of motion blur with this monitor you are screwed in bf3, I got one dead pixel and one stuck pixel with this monitor and I know that wasn't there before when I got the Qnix you get what you pay for I guess. I haven't played too much BF3 since getting this monitor because the motion blur was even worse in BF3 then on my old 1080p 60hz monitor. I'm thinking about grabbing that Asus 144hz, 24" monitor just combat that issue but I dunno yet. I guess you will have to judge for yourself about motion blur in BF4 with the Qnix, to me I can deal with it unlike bf3.Edited by 187x - 10/29/13 at 10:03am