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is there any chance for a 1.212v card 1225/1900 65% asic (air) to hit 1350+ under water?
(palit jetstream, these were my best results)

how expensive would such a setup be?

is a higher voltage possible for my gpu? is it recommended for 24/7 use? (on water)

are you in the right thread?
post #12102 of 25893
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are you in the right thread?

ops, thanks for reminding.
feel free to delete
post #12103 of 25893
You guys see this mega overpriced panel from asus coming out???

http://hothardware.com/News/Asus-Makes-Upgrading-Your-Monitor-a-Tough-Choice-Rolls-Out-27inch-GSYNC-Display-and-28inch-4K-Panel/

1440p 120hz for 800$ lol what a frakin rip off..even with gsync
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post #12104 of 25893
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You guys see this mega overpriced panel from asus coming out???

http://hothardware.com/News/Asus-Makes-Upgrading-Your-Monitor-a-Tough-Choice-Rolls-Out-27inch-GSYNC-Display-and-28inch-4K-Panel/

1440p 120hz for 800$ lol what a frakin rip off..even with gsync
Yep, it's poop. TN Panel too.
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Ok I'm going to play around with SVP cause I'm bored.
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post #12106 of 25893
Ok I really need some help from you all for steps to take on getting my monitor to work. I searched the thread and only saw one person who was getting the scrolling color pattern like I got today and he didn't mention how he got it resolved. First off:

2600k 3.9Ghz
8GB RAM 1333
MSI 770 GTX 4GB
24 AWG Tripp-Lite DVI-Dual link cable
and 9' Amazon basics HDMI to DVI cable

I was running my HDTV to my computer as a monitor at 1360x768 with the HDMI to DVI cable. I did not switch any of these settings at all when I went to hook up the new monitor I just assumed it would display an output having it plugged in. When the monitor detects a signal it blinks quickly and then proceeds to scroll the color test patterns endlessly. Even switching ports and cables, doing full shut down and restart cycles, I cannot get it to display an image. I cannot even get it to show the BIOS splash screen. I normally run DVI from the computer to HDMI on the TV, but no matter which of the two cables I used (I also tried with the included cable) it will not display anything besides the color pattern.

I have a return policy to Amazon and it is already boxed up to go back. However, if you all have seen this before or have suggestions that I could use to get this to work properly I am definitely open to it. Short of opening it up of course because that would void my return capabilities. Any help is appreciated because the screen appears to be flawless and I'd like to keep it. Thanks everyone.

Edit: To ensure my 770 GTX ports were performing properly I grabbed an old acer monitor with a DVI display and hooked it up. It displayed everything and even chose the correct resolution for the monitor (1650x1080) without me having to change anything. I get the feeling that this is how the QNIX should have performed...
Edited by AlkaliV2 - 1/6/14 at 7:06pm
post #12107 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Clexzor View Post

You guys see this mega overpriced panel from asus coming out???

http://hothardware.com/News/Asus-Makes-Upgrading-Your-Monitor-a-Tough-Choice-Rolls-Out-27inch-GSYNC-Display-and-28inch-4K-Panel/

1440p 120hz for 800$ lol what a frakin rip off..even with gsync

The beauty is our panels are IPS , $300, and should work with free-sync (AMD"s free version of G-sync).

Since any DirectDrive Monitor (DDM 1.0+) display should support it and....

I am pretty sure that is where we are sitting gentlemen.

here is hoping.
post #12108 of 25893
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Originally Posted by MrWhiteRX7 View Post

Why is there a setup guide? I just downloaded the kit, install it one shot and load my movies up. It's already setup and done. biggrin.gif

1. I got bored, and I was unusually patient the day I made the guide.
2. I like having everything modular.
3. All of the stuff in SVP Full, bar SVP Core, is outdated.
4. I've experienced some playback issues with SVP Full.
5. My guide is more in depth on some of the features, it is up to date, it has better filters, and it has better documentation and explanations on some aspects of SVP and the setup process in general.
6. My guide is better than no guide at all.
7. If the guide is followed to a T, there may be less problems getting video/audio played correctly than SVP Full, as the9quad and a couple others (iirc) had.
8. You learn something in the process.
9. I like contributing to OCN thumb.gif
Edited by airisom2 - 1/6/14 at 7:09pm
post #12109 of 25893
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Originally Posted by AlkaliV2 View Post

Ok I really need some help from you all for steps to take on getting my monitor to work. I searched the thread and only saw one person who was getting the scrolling color pattern like I got today and he didn't mention how he got it resolved. First off:

2600k 3.9Ghz
8GB RAM 1333
MSI 770 GTX 4GB
24 AWG Tripp-Lite DVI-Dual link cable
and 9' Amazon basics HDMI to DVI cable

I was running my HDTV to my computer as a monitor at 1360x768 with the HDMI to DVI cable. I did not switch any of these settings at all when I went to hook up the new monitor I just assumed it would display an output having it plugged in. When the monitor detects a signal it blinks quickly and then proceeds to scroll the color test patterns endlessly. Even switching ports and cables, doing full shut down and restart cycles, I cannot get it to display an image. I cannot even get it to show the BIOS splash screen. I normally run DVI from the computer to HDMI on the TV, but no matter which of the two cables I used (I also tried with the included cable) it will not display anything besides the color pattern.

I have a return policy to Amazon and it is already boxed up to go back. However, if you all have seen this before or have suggestions that I could use to get this to work properly I am definitely open to it. Short of opening it up of course because that would void my return capabilities. Any help is appreciated because the screen appears to be flawless and I'd like to keep it. Thanks everyone.

Edit: To ensure my 770 GTX ports were performing properly I grabbed an old acer monitor with a DVI display and hooked it up. It displayed everything and even chose the correct resolution for the monitor (1650x1080) without me having to change anything. I get the feeling that this is how the QNIX should have performed...

IS the only resolution you have set >60hz.

You should delete all resolutions except 60hz. might have to plug in another monitor to do it, worht a try.
post #12110 of 25893
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Originally Posted by the9quad View Post

IS the only resolution you have set >60hz.

You should delete all resolutions except 60hz. might have to plug in another monitor to do it, worht a try.

Thank you for the suggestion. Neither the Acer monitor nor the HDTV could get past 60hz so I was never clocked above that. However, I did notice that my refresh rate with the Acer monitor was at 59hz and not 60hz so I changed it. Would the 1hz difference cause there to be no display?
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