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Your a champ man. Well it looks like its a well known issue and possibly not a sign of complete failure and might even get fixed by a bios update. Guess I will just have to pick and choose which ports I plug things into and how many, would have been nice to know before I attempted a bios update over USB tho lol. My internet is down as well now lol but I'm just being churned haha if I was smarter I wouldn't have got a new GPU, updated the bios andinstalled win8.1 and changed isp's all in the same week so that if issues did arise I could troubleshoot easier haha. Live and learn.

Nice... knowing is half the battle! biggrin.gif
    
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post #10412 of 25899
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Just received my xstar Dp2710 led from dreamseller paid 211 pound for pixel perfect with free shipping, ordered last Thursday,
it looks amazing not 1 dead pixel and no light bleed, really happy with it, overclocked it to 96htz runs Battlefield 4 perfect. just hope it lasts.


Is the Square trade insurance worth getting, anyone got it? or had to use it?

thanks
maka

My monitor is in shipping now but I already bought a 3yr SquareTrade contract for it just to be safe. I found a 40% off coupon so the 3 years only came to $25 bucks. A small price to pay for protection.
post #10413 of 25899
hi guys, first post here cause i cant find an answer anywhere:

I really want a double 27" Qnix Setup but i only own a AMD A10-6800K (Mainboard has no DP, only HDMI and DVI-D (ASRock FM2A85X-ITX)

Is the GPU capable of running 2 displays at 2560x1440? I'm fine with gaming only on one screen and at upscaled Full HD - my problem right now is that I'm not sure if i can get a signal on the 2nd screen using a HDMI--> DVI-D Cable like this http://www.ebay.com/itm/For-HDTV-HD-5ft-Gold-24-1-DVI-D-Male-to-Male-HDMI-Cable-/181224265474?pt=US_Video_Cables_Adapters&hash=item2a31ced702

Would even 1 screen run on the DVI-D exit of the mainboard?

i really would appreciate your help.
post #10414 of 25899
so would you guys go for the standard x-star and add the 3year square trade or get the pixel perfect for about the same price?
    
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post #10415 of 25899
Hello!

Thinking about pulling the trigger on a glossy qnix.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/130922075493?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649

I do have a question before I go ahead.

To pixel perfect, or not to pixel perfect? I have read the first post with reguards to this not affecting your chances but would like another opinion on this please. Someone made a very good point that if the supplier actually checks for monitors being pixel perfect, the ones that are not perfect would then be shipped to customers that did not pay extra. Making the chance of getting a defective one higher. Or do they not check at all, and perfect pixel just means if it's not perfect you can send it back for free?
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post #10416 of 25899
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so would you guys go for the standard x-star and add the 3year square trade or get the pixel perfect for about the same price?

Standard and 3yr warranty. Its known that there is no difference in pixel perfect and regular.
 
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can i purchase the warrenty after i buy the monitor or afterwards? i found a coupon for %30 off so im not sure when i can use it
    
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can i purchase the warrenty after i buy the monitor or afterwards? i found a coupon for %30 off so im not sure when i can use it

Yes as far as I know you can buy the warranty for your monitor after you purchase it.
 
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post #10419 of 25899
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Hello!

Thinking about pulling the trigger on a glossy qnix.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/130922075493?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1438.l2649

I do have a question before I go ahead.

To pixel perfect, or not to pixel perfect? I have read the first post with reguards to this not affecting your chances but would like another opinion on this please. Someone made a very good point that if the supplier actually checks for monitors being pixel perfect, the ones that are not perfect would then be shipped to customers that did not pay extra. Making the chance of getting a defective one higher. Or do they not check at all, and perfect pixel just means if it's not perfect you can send it back for free?

It's really not worth it. Save your money and just go for the regular one. I received mine yesterday with zero pixel defects except for some black light bleeding. $299.00
post #10420 of 25899
I decided to go for pixel perfect, but just because it was only 20 dollars difference between that one and the next cheapest at the time.
I don't think you should go over 330-350 to get pixel perfect; else it is not worth it.

Be careful that you read their definition of pixel perfect though! Some sellers consider up to 3 dead pixels or so "pixel perfect'. Good luck finding what you like
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