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post #161 of 199
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Here is my qnix, 0 dead pixels, 0 lightbeed. Perfect monitor. Overclocked to 120hz no problem. I will try 144hz next.




Only problem is when I restart, the screen goes black. I have to change from 120->60 every time I turn on my computer, reboot and then change back to 120. Very annoying.

Times like these is when you wish you had AMD, and just change the profile =D
post #162 of 199
For people who have been able to overclock to 120Hz+, did you notice any artifacts?

I'm going to buy a QNIX or X-STAR and probably overclock it to 100Hz which is excellent for a 1440p PLS panel.

BF3 is going to be amazing on this!
post #163 of 199
No artefacts.

Depends on your panel but the majority are good from the comments I see.
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Some see scan lines, often red. Myself only a couple on desktop not gaming (but only have spent a little time on 120 so far).
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post #165 of 199
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No artefacts.

Depends on your panel but the majority are good from the comments I see.

Alright thanks for that.

Does anyone have both the Korean PLS monitors and Korean S-IPS monitors?

How do they compare?
post #166 of 199
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Alright thanks for that.

Does anyone have both the Korean PLS monitors and Korean S-IPS monitors?

How do they compare?
Pretty similar. The qnix had higher contrast and overclocks better than my Catleap. The Catleap has a significant yellow bias, the qnix had a very strong red bias. The Catleap had tempered glass and looks awesome... The qnix is pretty darned ugly.

The qnix doesn't buzz at high overclocks but the stand is arguably worse than the Catleap. There isn't that much else that differentiates the two.
post #167 of 199
Some QNIX's buzz others don't. You can get the QNIX in tempered glass too.
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Mine doesn't buzz either.
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Pretty similar. The qnix had higher contrast and overclocks better than my Catleap. The Catleap has a significant yellow bias, the qnix had a very strong red bias. The Catleap had tempered glass and looks awesome... The qnix is pretty darned ugly.

The qnix doesn't buzz at high overclocks but the stand is arguably worse than the Catleap. There isn't that much else that differentiates the two.

Thanks A LOT for that. Really needed that information.

I'm not too concerned with how it looks really. I already prefer the CrossOver 27Q LED to the other monitors as it has the best design (the white back is so sexy).

So the QNIX PLS has a higher contrast? Well higher contrast is very important.

How about the brightness? Are the whites much brighter on one screen than the other?

How about the black depth?
post #170 of 199
You really aren't going to find any fundamental differences that can't be corrected or that will make an actual impact to your viewing experience. PLS (and IPS) as a technology in these panels is enough.

Do you have multiple IPS, PLS or other industrial technology screens that you use on a daily basis and require accurate colour management to use for professional tasks? If not, you will learn nothing of benefit from such questions as comparing contrast, brightness, black depth and so on.

I'm just trying to portray some general info about the scope of these panel technologies and what they mean to all but the professional user.
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