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Originally Posted by wilflare View Post

not sure whether to grab this or not...
wonder if a single 280X can support gaming at this resolution...

Should be able to do around 60fps on ultra bf3/4.
When mantle comes out and if its good then higher refresh rate might be more worth while.

Other wise youd have to run high quality settings.
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How annoying are dead pixels?
Ordered my X-Star some days ago.
I dont think much since the pixels are very small.
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Just wanted give a huge thanks to all the guys here at OCN for all the fantastic information.

So i purchased a 27" 1440p x-star monitor from dream seller a couple weeks ago and its been fantastic.

Been doing some testing with trying some overclocking speeds as well as color profiles.

Color profile of choice is the Asus PB278Q.

As for overclocking, 120Hz is stable, but i do get some green line artifacting from time to time. For me, 96Hz is just fine. Besides, my gtx 760 on most games is doing 40-80fps.

My new build is featuring a gtx 780 ti and i will be doing some water cooling on it so i'll see if i can get it more stable at 120Hz once that's all put together.

also worth noting is not a single dead pixel to be found.

Not sure how to add myself to that list yall have, but here's my part

IMI4tth3w : X-Star DP2710 : Matte : Dreamseller : 96 : 299 : Zero Issues

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Can anyone confirm that the color/daylight temperature and gamma start to drift to warmer and higher, respectively, within a week from what the monitor was calibrated to at > 60 Hz?
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Im wondering if someone could help me im not sure if i should get one of these monitors or not. My biggest fear is it will come with bad back light and i dont feel conferrable taking apart a monitor do alot of these monitors all have alot of bleeding im very picky with it. Its ether this or just a 60hz ips or 144hz tn.

Yes, a lot of these have blb. In fact almost all of them I believe. The severity is what varies. To be honest, blb is something that can happen even with more expensive monitors, and it's only noticeable at all when you're on a totally black screen. I have a fair amount of it but don't notice it at all in gaming, even in dark areas.
    
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Hey guys I know I have seen this posted but too lazy to search biggrin.gif

My 780 runs at full clocks/voltage, sometimes downclocks to 800 mhz while at 120hz. Would like it to drop to 324mhz as it runs about 10c cooler. Anyway to achieve this at 120hz?
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If there is a bios editor for it you can change the clock profiles.
The cards dont downclock since they dont go below the threshold for low power to idle.
With my 7970 I was able to edit the bios so lower power mode has same clocks as idle mode.

So the 4 profiles are as follows on it.

idle 375mhz
low 375mhz (use to be 500mhz)
high 1000mhz
turbo 1050mhz
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That's the one you want and you should be able to get it for about 300 shipped. Or get the xstar. Same exact thing just different name on the case. Whichever is cheaper.

As far as one 780ti with three of these screens that sounds crazy to me. A big part of these monitors for most is the high refresh rate. With one 780 I play on high with no msaa to try to stay around 100fps. Triple the resolution with only 20% more GPU power. I bet you'd be averaging 30fps or something like that. Which is not a very good experience.

I disagree, the main reason to get this monitor for me is the 1440 resolution, by no means the refresh rate. That's just a bonus. Different people have different goals, and for FPS you want high FPS. But if you like adventure games, mmos, etc the immersion gained from surrounding yourself with the game world can't be matched by extra frames per second or a few minor effects turned down. Besides, you don't need AA at this resolution.
    
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Can you debezel the X-Star the same way as the QNIX?
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Hi all!

Just got to open a QNIX from AccesoriesWhole on eBay that I received last week as I was waiting for my new GTX 780 to arrive.

GREAT NEWS! I purchased the regular non pixel perfect version, and it has 0 bad pixels on it! No noticeable backlight bleed either.

I'm going to test OCing it to 96hz later on.

Thank you to everyone that contributed to this thread, this has been an awesome purchase.
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