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Need advice: I tried two different video cards, an MSI HD6570 and an (old ATI) HD4250 and can only get 2246x1263 resolution from my new 27" X-Star, when checked on screenresolution.org website. Right-clicking on the screen, and clicking screen resolution says I'm getting 2560x1440, but I'm really not. Updated drivers don't get me to 2560x1440 resolution. Both cards have specs up to 2560x1600, what's the problem.
I can upgrade to a new graphics card (with low power consumption), but don't need hi-end card since I don't do any gaming (more into stock investing). Any advice appreciated.
Edited by wjmeyer - 12/1/13 at 8:24am
post #10042 of 25911
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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

Tempered glass left vs. glossy.


Tempered glass left vs. semi-glossy (same coating as the Qnix). This photo is much better


It should be pretty obvious if the monitor is using tempered glass.


Yeah, we are trying to establish for certain what is behind the tempered glass, we know we have tempered glass lol, just some reports of matte beneath the tempered glass have a few of us concerned, although i think it would still be pretty noticeable if that were the case too.
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@Prohibit check out this site,its got some data on surface mounted devices like that
http://www.marsport.org.uk/smd/mainframe.htm

Its a SOT23 package;Could be a MMBD1202 or a DTC124ECA

MMBD1202
http://www.fairchildsemi.com/ds/MM/MMBD1201.pdf

DTC124ECA
http://www.rectron.com/data_sheets/dtc124eca.pdf


Clear pictures of the back and front of the diagram could help.Otherwise just buy a replacement PCB board from your seller.

@wjmeyer
On ebay specifications of the korean monitors,the hd 5750 is said to not be supported by the monitor
check this http://www.ebay.com/itm/Matt-FREE-EXPRESS-X-STAR-DP2710-LED-27-QHD-2560x1440-Samsung-PLS-Monitor-/330965189439?pt=AU_comp_monitor&hash=item4d0f10033f
Edited by m3us - 12/1/13 at 8:21am
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m3us: My bad, "upon further review",the card was a MSI HD-6570 (2GB), not the unsupported HD-5750. I corrected my orig. post. Thanks.
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No problem,i would check the cables and restart the system.
Try asking your seller about it.
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I'm pretty sure the 6770 was just a rebadged 5770. Was that not the case with the 6570? I guess if it has 2gb of ram it's at least somewhat different.
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Yeah, we are trying to establish for certain what is behind the tempered glass, we know we have tempered glass lol, just some reports of matte beneath the tempered glass have a few of us concerned, although i think it would still be pretty noticeable if that were the case too.

I asked dream-sellers its matte underneath tempered glass for x-star tempered glass listing.
post #10048 of 25911
Sigh I forgot this thread existed, disregard my other thread.
post #10049 of 25911
Found this over at hard forums. Even though it's a dell, the concept is the same. May try this on my QNIX if my tempered glass truly does have matte underneath.

http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1674033
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I think guys have done this on the korean monitors ,check earlier posts in this thread.
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