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Just ordered an X-Star dp2710 matte from dream-seller. Kind of excited to see what 1440p is all about.
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post #12152 of 25893
So do these monitors and say, a R9 290 work well together?

Got it overclocked STABLE at 96hz on my 7950, but wanting to upgrade in the very near future.
post #12153 of 25893
290 is made for higher res like this, boasting a full 512 memory interface and 4GB of RAM, you would do well with one of these. Just make sure you get an aftermarket cooler, it costs more but you will hate the blower cooler on the stock.
post #12154 of 25893
Yeah going to wait on a non-ref version, looking at the MSI R9 290 gaming edition, or the Asus Direct CU II.
post #12155 of 25893
Check out the Tri-X too, that's looking good.
post #12156 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Selquist979 View Post

Just ordered an X-Star dp2710 matte from dream-seller. Kind of excited to see what 1440p is all about.

Apparently dream-seller is having some problems with the manufacturer over the quality of panels. Expect some delay on the delivery, my x-star from him just dispatched today and I ordered it on the 3rd. He says that they've been reviewing all the panels in the message he sent me.
post #12157 of 25893
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Apparently dream-seller is having some problems with the manufacturer over the quality of panels. Expect some delay on the delivery, my x-star from him just dispatched today and I ordered it on the 3rd. He says that they've been reviewing all the panels in the message he sent me.

hrm. if he gives an option for a refund I may take it and order the Qnix just cause I tend to get impatient. lol
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post #12158 of 25893
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hrm. if he gives an option for a refund I may take it and order the Qnix just cause I tend to get impatient. lol

Yeahhh, I kinda wanted to go for a Qnix instead. I'm getting really impatient, but I'm just going to stick it out now since it has been dispatched.

Edit: Oh yeah, he did offer me a refund if I wanted it.
Edited by Tjorhunter - 1/8/14 at 6:37am
post #12159 of 25893
Haven't gotten anything conclusive, so i'll post it again.

Got some cards ( check rig ) which don't support Dual-link DVI. Tonsof. But I really like them and they are probably hands down the best bang for the back I've ever had.
Since trading / selling is not an option and I want to OC to 120 hz ( else I'll be stuck at 60fps, nty ) I'd like to use an active adapter between de monitor and the cards.

Someone offered me this one for €60,-
http://i.ebayimg.com/t/Bizlink-KS10008-Displayport-To-Dual-Link-Dvi-D-active-Adapter-/00/s/NDc2WDYzNA==/z/diUAAOxy6~BR0jMS/$T2eC16RHJHMFH!e-+TlUBR0jMRsk1Q~~60_3.JPG

Thoughts?

Or am I just as boned as I am right now because the adapter will bottleneck the OC?
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post #12160 of 25893
Hi guys.

I originally bought an X-Star DP2710 tempered glass from Accessories Whole, and it came with a spot of damaged pixels (50+ pixels not working as they should).
They have agreed to get it back and have offered a refund. Top customer service.

In the meantime i ordered an X-Star DP2710 matte from dream-seller.
Received it two days ago and it's perfect, no dead pixels and un-noticeable backlight bleed.
Very happy!
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