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So is taking a few minutes extra to read before jumping in and embarassing yourself rolleyes.gif

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I'm going to this weekend on the bad one just to check, just gonna lift it a bit and check underneath that way there's no markings or anything. Should take no less than 5 minutes.

Will you be able to put the tempered glass back on afterwards or once its off its off? So you have 2 others you believe to be glossy underneath??
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post #10482 of 25893
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Just to clarify, there are no customs/import fees for US residents, right? The FAQ doesn't mention USA and the thread search brings up godawful results. I'm almost certain there's a free trade agreement between the US and Korea but some people have told me they were charged $13+3% when buying bonjeursmiley.png

Only members in USA that I’ve seen here who have been charged customs fees were myself and The Storm on X-Star DP2720 from dream-seller this week. Got that reversed by talking to Fedex broker in Anchorage. They had misclassified it. Supposed to be corrected for future purchases.

 

The Matte X-Star DP2710 is $279 including shipping from dream-seller on eBay.

 

Below is link to a review:
https://teksyndicate.com/videos/x-star-dp2710-27-2560x1440-samsung-psl-panel-led-matte-screen-monitor-overview

While they are very similar, The review guy preferred the X-Star over the Qnix.

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Will you be able to put the tempered glass back on afterwards or once its off its off? So you have 2 others you believe to be glossy underneath??

I have 2 glass panels. I don't have to remove them since they're taped on just after removing the frame I'll be able to see in. This should require no maintenance other than popping the front bezel off.
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Amazon is correct.
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@LunaP

Amazon is correct.

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Only members in USA that I’ve seen here who have been charged customs fees were myself and The Storm on X-Star DP2720 from dream-seller this week. Got that reversed by talking to Fedex broker in Anchorage. They had misclassified it. Supposed to be corrected for future purchases.

The Matte X-Star DP2710 is $279 including shipping from dream-seller on eBay.

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https://teksyndicate.com/videos/x-star-dp2710-27-2560x1440-samsung-psl-panel-led-matte-screen-monitor-overview
While they are very similar, The review guy preferred the X-Star over the Qnix.

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Underneath the hoods they're both the exact same panel, so either which you go for will be fine.

The only difference that may come up time to time are shady sellers selling IPS panels inside QNIX/XStars from what I've heard reported from others. It may be a way to scare away from buying but again since this is a nameless brand you can't disregard ALL rumors or warnings.
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Ok, so I just encountered some bad burn in on my Qnix monitor. I have it clocked at 96hz, and I just had a window burned it quite badly.
After having it turned off for a half an hour, the burn in image is gone. But I would like to know what caused this burn in. Is it the overclock? Can I use different timings (or a slightly lower refresh rate), or should I just keep it at 60hz when not gaming/watching shows?
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Ok, so I just encountered some bad burn in on my Qnix monitor. I have it clocked at 96hz, and I just had a window burned it quite badly.
After having it turned off for a half an hour, the burn in image is gone. But I would like to know what caused this burn in. Is it the overclock? Can I use different timings (or a slightly lower refresh rate), or should I just keep it at 60hz when not gaming/watching shows?

Just to note, you're not actually overclocking your monitor, curious how that phrase started lol , the boards are set to receive up to a specific signal, so you're only increasing the signal refresh out of your video card to the monitor, the monitor can either accept it or not know how to handle it.

As for your issue this is known as image persistence, it can be caused by many issues such as faulty hardware, impurities and bad capacitors. Usually the image persistence is temporary, but can become permanent if left unchecked (such as not turning off the monitor for a LOOOONG time )

Though easily the issue can be fixed by either 1) shutting the monitor off for a bit like you did or 2) pulling up a white background (screensaver or picture) and putting it over ( if an image ) the affected area as the pixels are stuck in a static position. Hope this helps.
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