Originally Posted by Anonymous Inc
Right so here is an update on my QNIX QX2710 Matte monitor, and let me start by saying this thing is HUGE well especially when coming from a 23" generic TN monitor at 1920x1080. There is no dead/stuck pixels VERY minimal backlight bleed i will actually say it has less bleed than my other monitor. Also the stand is crap like others have mentioned but you can always upgrade to a VESA mount, which i might do.
It overclocks easy to 120hz though it does make my clock speed rev up quite a bit on idle, still don't know if that's a driver issue or just because of the refresh rate/resolution. I will be using 96hz because it seems to be the most stable in terms of gamma and overall look, though there is ICC profiles for 120hz i couldn't really find any that fit my display properly.
i will also note that i didn't have to pay VAT/import duties, i ordered from green-sum Sunday May 5th and recieved it Friday May 10th total price was only 309$ so i couldn't be happier actually
Here is some pictures:
Sorry for the terrible quality was taken from my iphone
also the backlight bleed looks much worse than it really is, the yellow isn't even there when you look at it with the naked eye in total darkness.
Congrats! Now there are at least two danes with this monitor
The taxes might still be added though via a letter, as someone said earlier. That happened to me once with a camera lens from ebay. Here´s to hoping it doesn´t happen!
Really happy with my monitor, there is some light bleed, apparently not too bad though. No did pixels, and stable at 110hz i think. Might get a new cable and try to clock it further. Its a joy to behold and to game on. Too bad I have to rma my gfx card on monday.. but hey maybe then i can finally finish that damn paper I should be writing