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post #10491 of 25887
so if Glossy = Matte + Tempered Glass... why not get Matte in first place?
so they all stop sell real Glossy anymore?
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post #10492 of 25887
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Originally Posted by EvgeniX View Post

so if Glossy = Matte + Tempered Glass... why not get Matte in first place?
so they all stop sell real Glossy anymore?

Some did , some didn't some just are confused @ what they're selling rolleyes.gif

Either way it's a good thing there's a plethora of people w/ them to help us figure out the best sellers to talk to that KNOW what they're dealing w/ thumb.gif

As for the matte + glass, it DOES give a good gloss impression. Only issue I guess would be for those that prefer gloss AND debezling as I'm unsure if the glass would stay on, depending on how it's attached, from my initial understanding it SHOULD but there'd be tape though it could be both ways. I'll see this weekend.
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post #10493 of 25887
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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.

Thanks for your reply LunaP!

It did struck me as odd, since I've never seen burn in/image persistence in lcd's. Aren't lcd screens supposed to never ever show image persistence?
So the screen burned in, only after having one window open for about 40 minutes. The higher refresh rate must have something to do with that.

Edit:
After googling my problem I've found that the higher refresh rate most definitely is the problem. I'm using CRU, and using the LCD - standard timings. Does anyone know how to obtain the best timings?
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Thanks for your reply LunaP!

It did struck me as odd, since I've never seen burn in/image persistence in lcd's. Aren't lcd screens supposed to never ever show image persistence?
So the screen burned in, only after having one window open for about 40 minutes. The higher refresh rate must have something to do with that.

Edit:
After googling my problem I've found that the higher refresh rate most definitely is the problem. I'm using CRU, and using the LCD - standard timings. Does anyone know how to obtain the best timings?

If automatic is an option I'd choose that, but If you're using Nvidia I highly recommend using the Nvidia Control panel for custom resolutions and setting to automatic, if ATI, I can't help there, but there are a few ATI guru's here that can lead you on that direction.
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Quick question. Let's say I don't like a certain ICC profile. I can just remove and click on "reset settings to system default' to get back to my original default color?


Is the profile highlighted in yellow the system default?
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Quick question. Let's say I don't like a certain ICC profile. I can just remove and click on "reset settings to system default' to get back to my original default color?

Yup Yup.
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Yup Yup.

Phewww thumb.gif Rep for you sir.
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Incredible, I must have gone through 7 profiles when I first setup the monitor and chose the one that had the least "warmth" and honestly I loved it but then I loaded yours up tonight and kept going back and forth between it and the one I had been using and the whites using your profile are legit white. Impressive sir and thank you! I love it! +rep!!! thumb.gif

In case you or anyone else for that matter are interested, here's an updated ICC profile. I noticed that they grey in my old profile was a bit greenish and that's eliminated with the new profile (at least for me).

Qnix QX2710 @ 96Hz, 6500k white point, 120cd/m2, 2.2 gamma and 11 clicks brightness from the minimum. Matte monitor with quite dim room lightning.
QNIXQX2710-96hz-updated.zip 2k .zip file
post #10499 of 25887
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Currently i am doing the tape mod to fix my backlight bleed.
removed the metal frame taped it and put everything back together, but then i noticed somehing on the back casing.

I dont know if anyone has brought this up yet but from pictures/video's(from different people) i have seen some of the rubber/foam spacers are missing or they are on other places.
And everyone has them on other spots/missing. Can this be a cause for backlight bleed and other things aswell?

for comparison here is mine:


compared to the video in the OP mine are all different and other spacer heights aswell

after some testing with the spacers on the back by moving them around a couple of times and checking for backlight bleed i think that they can definitly increase and decrease the bleed.
for example i switched between a higher spacer and lower spacer and vice versa and each time the backlight bleed switched places to where the higher spacer was.

here is a small example:
with spacer pressing at the back - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - without spacer
post #10500 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Vesanius View Post

In case you or anyone else for that matter are interested, here's an updated ICC profile. I noticed that they grey in my old profile was a bit greenish and that's eliminated with the new profile (at least for me).

Qnix QX2710 @ 96Hz, 6500k white point, 120cd/m2, 2.2 gamma and 11 clicks brightness from the minimum. Matte monitor with quite dim room lightning.
QNIXQX2710-96hz-updated.zip 2k .zip file

Thank you I will try this once I'm home!
    
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