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Your good that link was just what I needed. Dude makes some nice stuff. Been a while since I've been on deviant.
right on! Enjoy smile.gif
post #11822 of 25893
What kind of customs fees if you are in the United states?
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What kind of customs fees if you are in the United states?

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XSPC Raystorm CPU BLOCK EK Nickle/Acetal 290x Block  2x XSPC 240MM Radiator Windows 8.1  
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post #11824 of 25893
Awesome! Exactly what I wanted to hear just ordered mine Friday morning.
post #11825 of 25893
Hey guys thanks for the great thread and all the info. Was able to OC and add custom display profiles to my QNIX 2710. My screen currently is OC at 110hz. My concern is I have this weird pigmentation going on my display in certain game backgrounds depending the color the screen is producing at the time. It won't ever do it at regular 60hz but any overclock I will get this. Like I said can't notice it unless its certain colors displaying on the screen. Thanks again [IMG ALT=""]

btw its the weird rainbow color on the right of the screen

Ahh btw just noticed it right now while watching a video. double edit =\

I feel uber retarded. seems to only do that at 110hz. pretty bad on my screen but you guys probably wont be able to see what im talking about
Edited by Rodman - 12/29/13 at 1:20am
post #11826 of 25893
Hey, I just got me a Qnix QX2710 with multi port board! So far s ogood...no dead pixels but no OC as well...however, I didn't tried hard to get to OC it, but just looked for most obvious control panel options. As well as that, my monitor comes with multi language menus.
I am using some of the ICC found here, but will read through forum to find info about it. Picture clarity is excellent. Very colourful and sharp. However, I am not a gamer, not one single game to play but I would like to increase fluidity of picture through increase of refresh. I'll be happy with 100Hz, as that's already 80% increase of refresh rate!
My card, Powercolor HD 7870 Myst is only a DVI-I therefore I have to use HDMI and a little bit of lag.
Will see in the near future, maybe I'll draw out my old XFX GTX285...lool!
post #11827 of 25893
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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

placebo I think. http://solmiler.deviantart.com/art/Placebo-for-Windows-7-188414149
Thanks for the find, gives my desktop more of a linux feel. Very easy on the eyes
post #11828 of 25893
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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels is 25% more pixels than 3840×2160 (4K) @ 8,294,400 pixels.

7680×4320 (8K) @ 33,177,600 pixels is 66% more pixels than 7680×1440 (Triple Monitor) @ 11,059,200 pixels


So a triple 1440p monitor is a fair amount more than 4K but no where near 8K.

Umm..isnt true 4K 4096 x 2560, which would mean 3x is 12228x7680?

Nonetheless, I feel like we should still be able to game at 120hz 60+FPS at any resolution. It's hardware has slowed down, and its sad.

There is no "true" 4K. They all are 4K. smile.gif

The one you listed is the 16:10 aspect ratio one, usually used for "pro" monitors.
The one I used was the 16:9 which is used in television and there for more commonly used for displays.
There is also a film version too which is 17:9 aspect ratio (4096 × 2160).
There is yet another version that is 4:3 aspect ratio (4096 × 3072) which is allowed in Vimeo and Youtube.
post #11829 of 25893
So stupid lol

Can there ever just be one version, like codecs, containers....geeez. lol
post #11830 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Rodman View Post

Hey guys thanks for the great thread and all the info. Was able to OC and add custom display profiles to my QNIX 2710. My screen currently is OC at 110hz. My concern is I have this weird pigmentation going on my display in certain game backgrounds depending the color the screen is producing at the time. It won't ever do it at regular 60hz but any overclock I will get this. Like I said can't notice it unless its certain colors displaying on the screen. Thanks again [IMG ALT=""]

btw its the weird rainbow color on the right of the screen

Ahh btw just noticed it right now while watching a video. double edit =\

I feel uber retarded. seems to only do that at 110hz. pretty bad on my screen but you guys probably wont be able to see what im talking about
try lowering your pixel clock.
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