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Anyone try 3d glasses with this screen? Is it worth 40 dollars to try it out?
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Originally Posted by Feild Scarecrow View Post

Anyone try 3d glasses with this screen? Is it worth 40 dollars to try it out?

3D will not work with these monitors as they do not have any of the features that 3D monitor have . These are needed for proper 3D effect. You can however force it to use 3D but it will always have ghosting as the response time and sync with the glasses will never be good enough without these things. For reference see the old thread about them trying to get 3D working on the catleaps.
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I was just searching, who sells QNIX PLS monitors and BCC and AW don't sell them.

Is Green-Sum and Dream-seller ok with the customer service and solving the technical problems? Who is better?
What about real returns time?
post #1204 of 25935
Do we have a count if how many panels were able to get to 120hz and Qnix or X-star?
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do I lose something in using "Automatic - LCD reduced" in CRU instead of "Automatic - LCD standard"? with that I can run my QNIX QX2710 at 120hz without any problem, otherwise I get very little red/green flickering at 120hz
Edited by Gilgam3sh - 5/14/13 at 1:04am
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@mspamed, nice, I'm glad it got to you and you like it thumb.gif .

Thanks smile.gif
BTW are you green-sum ?!?!?!?
I just sent an appreciation message to him and your reply kinda makes me feel like you are him :|
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

3D will not work with these monitors as they do not have any of the features that 3D monitor have . These are needed for proper 3D effect. You can however force it to use 3D but it will always have ghosting as the response time and sync with the glasses will never be good enough without these things. For reference see the old thread about them trying to get 3D working on the catleaps.

The sync with 3d glass will only be a problem if using shutter glasses to get 3d. Go the classic route and get a cyan and red glass.
Reduce the resolution to half.
and run a software that will run your pc in 3d, there was a software like that I tried on my old 60Hz monitor and it worked flawlessly.
Anyone with the red cyan glasses should give this a try.

BTW, I tried to OC my monitor and it reached 96Hz easily but didn't went any higher.
So, I borrowed a GTX680 from a friend and BAAAAMMMM!!! 120Hz party.gif

Well I did this only out of curiosity and have gotten back to my GTX 560 and also 60Hz.

If you guys remembered I said that the whole panel had panel play, like everywhere. But when trying to vacuum the dust out of the space between the panel and the bezel I noticed that the bezel is too tight at the bottom center right above the X-star logo. Even though there is no light bleed am afraid the whole panel is stand vertically only because of that. I am afraid the pressure might be too much and may cause some damage in the long run.... What should I do???

Does opening the panel voids the warranty???

Also, I have updated the review, added some pictures of the brilliant matte coating.
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Originally Posted by Gilgam3sh View Post

do I lose something in using "Automatic - LCD reduced" in CRU instead of "Automatic - LCD standard"? with that I can run my QNIX QX2710 at 120hz without any problem, otherwise I get very little red/green flickering at 120hz

Yeah, I would like to know that too.
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Yeah, I would like to know that too.
I read somewhere that setting iks the best one for OCing your monitor..I believe it was in these forums...Read this..

http://www.monitortests.com/forum/Thread-Custom-Resolution-Utility-CRU?page=1
 
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post #1209 of 25935
So which has better build quality and aesthetics: QNIX or X-STAR?
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So which has better build quality and aesthetics: QNIX or X-STAR?

If both the panels look same then I would say choose anyone.
I love my x-star especially the glossy bezel is beautiful and the monitor doesn't look cheap at all, unless the person touches it and it starts to wobble.
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