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post #11091 of 25891
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Originally Posted by lightsout View Post

Pretty sure you need an active display port to dvi adapter. But someone else can confirm.

Thanks for the info. So just something like this? http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/170964702256?lpid=82

Can anyone confirm? I was under the impression this monitor was finicky about using non-DVI connections?

Also, if it matters, I don't care about OC (I can't tell a difference between 60hz and 96hz tbh, and no way would my single 780 run that high FPS on three 1440s anyway).

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post #11092 of 25891
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The tempered glass is literally a piece of glass that sits in front of the panel mounted in the bezel. It is not molded onto it or somehow part of the panel itself so YES you can. Had you removed the bezel you would have easily became aware of this.

Sometimes it takes a few times when asking an obvious question.

No need for the attitude, i have taken it apart, wasn't looking at that stage to see how the glass was connected. I have seen plenty of stupider questions on here that i have replied to with out the wankiness.
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Try my profile. It's also 6500k but the white is a lot more whiter than in any of the profiles on the front page. I also found the profiles on the front page rather yellow and mine is quite different and worked for quite a few so far. Give it a shot at least.
QNIXQX2710-96hz-updated.zip 2k .zip file

And sorry for the double post.. Was browsing through the posts and didn't realize I was replying to the same guy in two different posts... Should probably get some sleep sometimes too biggrin.gif

thanks this profile is the best one for my xstar at 96hz tried about 15 like this one best blacks are better
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QNIX QX2710 Evolution II how do you get your stock Hz profile back?
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all set found how 2 go back stock
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Every time i clock up monitor 2 75HZ OR 96HZ my computer every now and than seems 2 get a bunch of lines in it i have 2 restart computer 2 fix it because i cant see whats on the screen.It does not seem 2 do it in games ?
post #11097 of 25891
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why u guys want to remove the glass? since its matte underneath, just order a matte will do no?

even if for debezel, a pure matte/glossy without the glass is easier right? confused

Well the good thing about the tempered displays is that they're usually priced the same as matte and sometimes gloss. I've even seen some tempered display models for a little cheaper. In that case if you're being indecisive on whether to get a tempered glass or regular, you can just buy the tempered version for the same price and if you decide not to like it, you can remove the glass.
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Well the good thing about the tempered displays is that they're usually priced the same as matte and sometimes gloss. I've even seen some tempered display models for a little cheaper. In that case if you're being indecisive on whether to get a tempered glass or regular, you can just buy the tempered version for the same price and if you decide not to like it, you can remove the glass.

And I ordered Glossy version which had the glass and was still Glossy underneath the glass, so not every display is matte underneath.
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Whats the difference between setting the timings in CRU in comparison to setting them in the nvidia control panel. I believe I may be able to set some manual timings and achieve 120hz without artifacts. I can run 115hz without it... Would this be possible?

Well it looks like that CRU doesn't do the enforcing but the Nvidia control panels. I copied the reduced setting that was created in CRU into the nvidia control panel and boom, I got 120hz without any artifacts!
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Well i just removed the tempered glass and it's definitely glossy underneath as well. Mine was bought from accessorieswhole, put the tempered glass back on and couldn't be happier!!! So people need to stop with the crap that tempered= matte! Quite a few of us now have tempered with glossy. It's a 50/50 chance.
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