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My monitor shipped today from Dream-Seller on E-Bay. Here is hoping I get a good one!

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I'm still in a holding pattern with my broken monitor sitting next to me. The seller filed with UPS on friday, so the weekend was dead time. They are trying to rush ups to give a return label then I will get my refund when they receive the monitor.

I could escalate and get ebay involved which I have threatened. But I believe ebays policy is that the buyer pays return shipping. So that doesn't really help me. So I think the seller is doing as he should it just sucks to have this thing sitting here for a week.
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Just ordered another monitor from greensum, and also emailed him about returning the other. This way I'll get a new one to replace the other by the time I get the shipment information hopefully. After that just awaiting the Ergo's to come back in stock and get one and debezel these things for some amazing surround biggrin.gif

Showed my friend the monitor and put it next to his Asus 120hz 278H or w/e its called, he's returning that now and grabbing 2 of these.
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wow all good no dead pixels no light bleed wow.
post #10655 of 25893
Hey guys, looking to pull the trigger on one of these babies tonight. Just a few questions before I do!

I've been reading and you guys have said the glossy version is out of stock? What would this be then?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-QNIX-QX2710-LED-Evolution-2-27-2560x1440-WQHD-Samsung-PLS-Monitor-/140934439651?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item20d058e2e3

Seems kinda weird that that has a price tag so much lower than the matte version. Also is the 3 year warranty worth it? I'm extremely OCD about dead pixels and things like that, and I've read that some people have had their monitors stop working within 5 months-1year so that scares me.
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There is absolutely no pressure coming from the bezel. Trust me. I also tried the panel without the bezel attached. The front bezel that is. Still the same bleed.
There are even soft sponges on the backside of the panel to support the panel. It has nothing to do with the bezel, or the support system. It's inside the panel.

This is true, i tried tape mod twice, straightened the bezel, i don't know what else i can do. I took off the metal bezel and the bleed is the exactly the same with the bezel on. My monitor has BLB but its not so bad, I got use it . I rather have BLB than dead pixels. 300 dollars, best computer investment =]
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I did try to oc my Qnix model. I have patched ATI drivers and set up a new resolution with 96Hz with utility. Rebooted but still cant change refresh rate above 60 Hz through CCP. Any ideas?
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This is true, i tried tape mod twice, straightened the bezel, i don't know what else i can do. I took off the metal bezel and the bleed is the exactly the same with the bezel on. My monitor has BLB but its not so bad, I got use it . I rather have BLB than dead pixels. 300 dollars, best computer investment =]

Couldn't agree more.
Actually, all the BLB I've seen so far is extremely similar. It's by far, the worst at the right corners, and the bleed is reddish.
I doubt any mod could fix this unfortunately... But hey, it's literally impossible to see with normal use...
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That's awesome! No scratches on the bezel from the razor or anything?
If you had to say, is it more glossy without the glass, or pretty much the same?

I would say it's still Glossy even without the glass, maybe a bit more clear text. I'll try to take a comparison shot as the glass is now shattered like one half with glass and other without, just need a find a proper camera to borrow.
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That shot where its clean looks like a glossy panel to me. But pics are deceiving.

It looks exactly like that in person aswell, reflects so well for supposedly being matter under tempered glass.
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Well this is good news, proves that its on securely so you can easily debezel and not worry about it coming off, though I believe people still remove the gray frame around it to make it even thinner, I'll have to verify. Either way thumb.gif +1 for your findings!
Yup Very, can you put a piece of glass up to the screen and see if you see a difference in sharpness on text? Becareful when you do it just put it flat lol. Which seller did you get this from so we know who has the REAL gloss underneath.

Yeah was my plan originaly, read the top of this post ^^
Seller was overclockonitor.com
Just ordered the standard Glossy, no perfect pixel or anything like that.
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post #10660 of 25893
So my order is going to get here ridiculously fast.



I am still incredibly nervous and hope I get a model with no dead pixels and minimal backlight bleeding.. By the way, how is backlight bleeding to most people in person? Is it worth taking the monitor apart, or is it just a minor thing? If it isn't a big issue, I think I'll probably just leave my monitor as is.
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