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Have you tried a second sli cable? Anyone else want to speak on that. Anyone running sli and not needing two cables to run 120hz?

Tri crossfire on 290x's here and 120 hz is flawless. I didnt have to do anything but apply the pixel patch and type in 120 into cru. Unfortunately the 290x's don't use crossfire bridges so that probably won't help ya.
post #11342 of 25935
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Few utilities in the thread or load a video that flashes through every color and put it over the affected area and leave it there about an hour.

Oh alright and no I'm using nvidia way not cru
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Oh alright and no I'm using nvidia way not cru

The nvidia control panel uses the same timings profiles as CRU except for LCD reduced. Both ways are for people who know what they are doing unless you use the profiles.
post #11344 of 25935
Hi everyone,

I ordered a QNIX original glossy from overclockmonitors.com(green-sum) before reading this thread, however I was fraudulently received a tempered glass model.

There was also a bruise on the monitor and thus DHL accepted as claim for damaged item.

Now that the item is finally shipped back to green-sum, he replies

"We will issue the refund for the item. However, please understand that
we cannot issue the refund for the custom charge. It would be greatly
appreciated if you kindly understand it."

Is there a way I can get this amount back?

canada/paid 35$ cad if relevant

Thanks

also, do not order from overclockmonitors.com/green-sum
slow communication
fraudulent
post #11345 of 25935
I got my monitor today, Matte 27" X-Star from dream-seller.

No dead pixels that I've noticed so far(paid for pixel perfect) and some minimal backlight bleed that should be easily sorted.

Overclocked to 96hz with no issues, remains after reboots etc, and after applying an ICC profile I couldn't be happier with it.

Great Purchase, AC4 looks ridiculous at 1440p!
post #11346 of 25935
X-Star DP2710; glossy; ordered Saturday, 12/14 from AccessoriesWhole on eBay and arrived Tuesday, 12/17 (in Maryland); zero dead pixels; no discernible backlight bleed; $285 total - skipped pixel perfect/squaretrade gimmickry. No damage to screen or bezel, and no dust underneath the screen.

Apart from an extra couple millimeters' gap in the lower left corner, the bezel is tight - unlike most reports.

Will begin with the OC tests tonight. Could not be happier with the decision.
Edited by Herr Terror - 12/19/13 at 7:28am
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Guys I just got a QNIX Q2710 Evo II from Red-Cap...I bought the PIXEL Perfect b**** model and it came with no dead pixels sure..but there's SO MUCH backlight bleed. These monitors are such a gamble...I bought a Shimian over a year ago and it had no problems whatsoever and that was a non-pixel perfect version.

Anyway, I tried contacting Red-Cap and they are not accepting an exchange saying the bleed is considered normal to the...??

Does this look normal to you? Will the black tape fix even work for this mess? I see like yellow blobs in the bottom center of screen:

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Originally Posted by Vatican View Post

Guys I just got a QNIX Q2710 Evo II from Red-Cap...I bought the PIXEL Perfect b**** model and it came with no dead pixels sure..but there's SO MUCH backlight bleed. These monitors are such a gamble...I bought a Shimian over a year ago and it had no problems whatsoever and that was a non-pixel perfect version.

Anyway, I tried contacting Red-Cap and they are not accepting an exchange saying the bleed is considered normal to the...??

Does this look normal to you? Will the black tape fix even work for this mess? I see like yellow blobs in the bottom center of screen:


This a little worse than the QNIX i ordered from accessorieswhole.

Fortunately i could fix the issue by doing the electrical tape mod + bending the metal frame arround the panel (invest time here).
When i dissasembled mine, the frame wobbled on my table and was curved in many places.

I you are a little crafty i can definitly recommend doing the same. Its really not difficult.
post #11349 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Herr Terror View Post

X-Star DP2710; glossy; ordered Saturday, 12/14 from AccessoriesWhole on eBay and arrived Tuesday, 12/17 (in Maryland); zero dead pixels; no discernible backlight bleed; $285 total - skipped pixel perfect/squaretrade gimmickry. No damage to screen or bezel, and no dust underneath the screen.

Apart from an extra couple millimeters' gap in the lower left corner, the bezel is tight - unlike most reports.

Will begin with the OC tests tonight. Could not be happier with the decision.


No dust? So you got the tempered glass model? If so then it's most likely matte underneath.
Edited by LunaP - 12/19/13 at 11:26am
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post #11350 of 25935
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Originally Posted by Herr Terror View Post

X-Star DP2710; glossy; ordered Saturday, 12/14 from AccessoriesWhole on eBay and arrived Tuesday, 12/17 (in Maryland); zero dead pixels; no discernible backlight bleed; $285 total - skipped pixel perfect/squaretrade gimmickry. No damage to screen or bezel, and no dust underneath the screen.

Apart from an extra couple millimeters' gap in the lower left corner, the bezel is tight - unlike most reports.

Will begin with the OC tests tonight. Could not be happier with the decision.

Just to clarify the no dead pixel policies are gimmickry. Square trade warranties are legit and a wise purchase, especially when you are overclocking your monitor. A 3 yr warranty that is pretty highly rated for $50 is a sweet deal.
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