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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post

Both are the same aren't they? redface.gif

EDIT:

Actually this X-Star Perfect pixel is quite appealing smile.gif

The official specs say that the Qnix is a 6ms GtG panel and the X-Star is a 8ms GtG panel, probably the biggest reason why people buy the Qnix.
Edited by falco216 - 5/10/13 at 9:07am
post #1012 of 25891
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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post

Both are the same aren't they? redface.gif

EDIT:

Actually this X-Star Perfect pixel is quite appealing smile.gif

As far as anyone knows, yeah, they're the same thing. Mine is great (X-star matte) biggrin.gif.
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The official specs say that the Qnix is a 6ms GtG panel and the X-Star is a 8ms GtG panel, probably the biggest reason why people buy the Qnix.

Nope that's actually the information on eBay items, the official specs are 8ms for both the monitors.
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Nope that's actually the information on eBay items, the official specs are 8ms for both the monitors.

Link to official specs? I can't navigate the Qnix website (It's in Korean).
post #1015 of 25891
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Originally Posted by slh28 View Post

I don't think you can run these monitors at anything other than 2560x1440, but you shouldn't do it even if it was possible. Either run the game at lower settings or upgrade your GPU or just live with lower fps in the more demanding games.
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Really? Is that really the best option in such a scenario? I need to reconsider if that's the case I guess.

Yeah as I've said I'm at 96Hz and not even getting 60 (average 40 probably) in BF3 and it doesn't feel unplayable nor is there anything weird happening. But sure I already want a more powerful GPU. smile.gif

Definitely do not want to run at lower res; looks like crap and may as well have bought a name brand 1080P 120Hz.
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The official specs say that the Qnix is a 6ms GtG panel and the X-Star is a 8ms GtG panel, probably the biggest reason why people buy the Qnix.

Nope that's actually the information on eBay items, the official specs are 8ms for both the monitors.

Tested input lag: 6.3ms (avg). source: http://www.overclockers.ru/lab/53718_4/Korejskij_demping_v_nishe_PLS_reshenij._Obzor_i_testirovanie_monitora_QNIX_QX2710.html#15
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Nope that's actually the information on eBay items, the official specs are 8ms for both the monitors.

Link to official specs? I can't navigate the Qnix website (It's in Korean).

http://q-nix.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=notice&wr_id=17

Google translate, or even without translating read the portion where it says 6ms (GtG) (grey to grey)
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post #1018 of 25891
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Hmmmmm.... anyone heard of DGM? Cosmetically it looks exactly like the QNIX, quick glance at the specs and it seem to be 1440P and an IPS not PLS.... confused.gif

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/35975618/725721955/DGM-IPS-2701WPH-27-inch-Widescreen-IPS-Monitor/ListingDetails.html?_%24ja=tsid:11518%7Ccat:35975618%7Cprd:35975618 £350 - UK seller and I believe it has 3 years warranty

Overclockers UK also stock the item with 3 years warranty but at £380.

Looks like another rebrand of the monoprice monitor. Same casing, IPS, different brand name
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So how bad would you say this backlight bleeding is:

http://i43.tinypic.com/2z4idfl.jpg

It does look somewhat worse on the pic though. Btw so far stable at 100hz.
Edited by Beatwolf - 5/10/13 at 12:11pm
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Link to official specs? I can't navigate the Qnix website (It's in Korean).
Thhe owners have reported that its 8ms in the manuals that come with the monitor.
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