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Originally Posted by Pinecallado View Post

Does anyone know the latest DHL delivers? Its almost 6:00 and they still haven't't showed up yet frown.gif

EDIT:IT CAME! IT CAME! IT CAME! Funny it finially came around ^6:00PM biggrin.gif

I PRAY TO THE CHRISTMAS ANGEL THERE'S NO DEAD PIXELS AND MINIMUM BACKLIGHT BLEED! I PRAY TO THE CHRISTMAS ANGEL THERE'S NO DEAD PIXELS AND MINIMUM BACKLIGHT BLEED! I PRAY TO THE CHRISTMAS ANGEL THERE'S NO DEAD PIXELS AND MINIMUM BACKLIGHT BLEED!

Good luck. I got my monitor, no dead pixels but bleeding & other screen imperfections.
Screen looks great in everything just when there are black backgrounds it's very noticeable, LOL!
I will email the seller & send some photos, hopefully he will except an exchange.
There is now way this is considered slight bleeding. mad.gif


post #11642 of 25893
That "light bleed" along the entire bottom of the screen may indicate that the metal frame around the panel isn't seated correctly or its bent. It would be very easy to pop off the front bezel and take a look at it. A bit of electrical tape and some elbow grease may get you fixed. Good luck either way.
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Originally Posted by Hardrock View Post

That "light bleed" along the entire bottom of the screen may indicate that the metal frame around the panel isn't seated correctly or its bent. It would be very easy to pop off the front bezel and take a look at it. A bit of electrical tape and some elbow grease may get you fixed. Good luck either way.

Thanks for the reply. I will probably try the tape mode. The only thing that worries me is the right side bottom having some jagged imperfections.
Do you think that is fixable?
post #11644 of 25893
If you find a part of your monitor without any issues and press on the adjacent frame you will see the pixels go dark. I am not 100% sure but the whole problem you are having could be from an incorrectly seated or bent frame pushing on the panel causing pixel distortion and light bleed. Its worth a shot to try and fix it. If you press on frame in the lower right corner what happens ? Do the light bleed or dark areas change at all ? FYI the frame come off very very easily. 4 screws in the back, flip the screen over and gently pop it off.

This link about stand removal shows how to do it. Really easy don't be worried.

http://www.technologyx.com/featured/qnix-qx2710-27-2560x1440-monitor-review/2/
Edited by Hardrock - 12/24/13 at 4:58pm
post #11645 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Hardrock View Post

If you find a part of your monitor without any issues and press on the adjacent frame you will see the pixels go dark. I am not 100% sure but the whole problem you are having could be from an incorrectly seated or bent frame pushing on the panel causing pixel distortion and light bleed. Its worth a shot to try and fix it. If you press on frame in the lower right corner what happens ? Do the light bleed or dark areas change at all ? FYI the frame come off very very easily. 4 screws in the back, flip the screen over and gently pop it off.

This link about stand removal shows how to do it. Really easy don't be worried.

http://www.technologyx.com/featured/qnix-qx2710-27-2560x1440-monitor-review/2/

I'm going to remove the frame & see what's going on in there.
When I press on the right corner the light bleeds but I can still the jagged lines through it, if that makes any sense.
post #11646 of 25893
Well see what you get. There may be permanent damage to the panel
post #11647 of 25893
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Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder View Post

my 290x does....

My core does,but not the memory, maybe it's a crossfire thing, I don't know. I just set it back to 60hz when im done so it idles at default.
post #11648 of 25893
Hey guys trying to find some good timings for 120hz as I get the occasional blue lines that show up. Got a nice new cable but it seems when I set the timings too low I get lines permanently and when it's too high I get flickers (usually only in dark scenes and such in movies and games) any help would be appreciated !

Merry Christmas
post #11649 of 25893
I have been having trouble getting to 120 Hz as well. If anyone got some timings please, please post em up. Merry Christmas BTW !
post #11650 of 25893
Woot, wife let me bust out the monitor tonight. Merry Christmas to me! Loving it. Haven't seen any defects so far.
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