Originally Posted by bmancreations
I know it was not that long ago but...
I am about to get the multi-input version for Xmas, and I am very worried it will not overclock (cause most say it hasne't been confirmed one way or the other).
I can't exactly use two monitors at 96hz, and one at 60hz, that would be annoying.
Any word on this?
I have not yet seen a confirmation with actual proof of a multi-input version of the Qnix overclocking but i will say any overclocking would likely be a bit negated by the input lag of the scaler. You might get a bit better fluidity but at the expense of more motion blur due to the response time staying the same.
You can use monitors at different refresh rates next to each other and as long as they are both within about 20-30hz you will be fine(in terms of the annoying factor). Actually i have my Qnix at 120hz next to an Asus at 79hx overclocked. The difference takes about a half second to get used to and is not bad. This is a different story once you get close to 60hz. Our eyes have been trained over the years to be accustomed to 60hz or 24-30hz so if you get a bit over that you feel less and less of a difference. If you can even get your second monitor to 70hz next to 96hz it wont be too bad.