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Originally Posted by MaCk-AtTaCk View Post

lol that could be. the color do look pretty nice. To me the biggest diffrence is the increase in rez. and screen realeastate.
My old monitors colors were super washed out, almost yellowish. The biggest change is actually having the intense whites and blacks. Will have to get used to them.
post #11372 of 25943
My monitor has I think one dead pixels and 3 tiny dust spots.

Don't know if it's worth taking back but I don't think so since I get 120 on this. And no backlight bleed so I'm guessing I could get much worse.
post #11373 of 25943
My monitor arrived from Amazon with no backlight bleeding or dead pixels, but I am unable to overclock it past 81 hz. If I go past 81 hz, a bunch of my pixels turn red and there are dancing horizontal (red) lines. I used NVidia Control Panel to overclock. I will try CRU with LCD reduced and report back.
post #11374 of 25943
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Originally Posted by Riadon View Post

My monitor arrived from Amazon with no backlight bleeding or dead pixels, but I am unable to overclock it past 81 hz. If I go past 81 hz, a bunch of my pixels turn red and there are dancing horizontal (red) lines. I used NVidia Control Panel to overclock. I will try CRU with LCD reduced and report back.

Damn, what brand?
post #11375 of 25943
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Straight away dispute on ebay, don't touch a single screw, this is unacceptable.
Another reason why going for pixel perfect is BS.
post #11376 of 25943
Hi All.

I was wondering if what looks like a colored sticker on the upper left bezels (especially the X-star's one) comes off.
Also, I was trying to decide between a multi-port vs. single (DVI-D) port display. It looks like the multis have OSDs but don't overclock.
If you don't have an OSD, can everything be configured in software? Also, is overclocking really that useful?

thanks!
post #11377 of 25943
Hey,

So I have been seeing more and more image burn with my montiors, of course it depends on what I am doing.

Is there any solution, change, or anything new to this that might help? Or is the only way to prevent it is to stay on 60hz? I know it's not permanent, but it can be annoying at times.
post #11378 of 25943
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Originally Posted by Jetlitheone View Post

Damn, what brand?
QNIX QX2710

How do I reset my color management profile to default? I am stuck with a custom setting that doesn't fit my monitor.
post #11379 of 25943
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Originally Posted by Riadon View Post

My monitor arrived from Amazon with no backlight bleeding or dead pixels, but I am unable to overclock it past 81 hz. If I go past 81 hz, a bunch of my pixels turn red and there are dancing horizontal (red) lines. I used NVidia Control Panel to overclock. I will try CRU with LCD reduced and report back.

Try a different cable if you have it that doesn't sound good.
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post #11380 of 25943
just unpacked and setup my X-Star dp2710 and put it through the tests.

no deadpixels as far as I can tell.
120 hrz with no frameskipping
no major backlight bleeding. but not really sure how to measure this. I do notice an overall "glow" when I display a black image on the screen. But Im assuming this is a fault of the panel technology rather than this particular monitor

I bought from dreamseller on ebay for $299

It was a risk and I was prepared to deal with a few dead pixels and some backlight bleeding.
But at 299 for a 1440p 120hrz monitor, this deal cant really be beat
So far extremely happy with the purchase!

Also should I keep it at 120hrz or should I move it back down to 96 to be safe?
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