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Best way to clean these monitors, and the bezel?
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Best way to clean these monitors, and the bezel?
I usually wipe down with a lint cloth.

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post #12193 of 25888
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I, too, am wondering if it's true that our monitors support freesync biggrin.gif

These panels still have a non scaler coupled LVDS port between the panel and the GPU so without some sort of firmware mod it is NOT going to happen. There is no way we are getting an official released compatible firmware from korean sellers so it would be up to the community to develop one. Lastly there is the blanking time between frames that would be slightly different or slower to match the freesync. The korean panels being VERY customizable in terms of framerate and timings might be able to do this but that is more firmware modding and even timings matching.

With the relatively limited market we have it is unlikely this will happen. You could compare this to the potential these panels have for 3D playback. It is possible but unless an engineer on the forum makes a HUGE contribution it won't happen. UNLESS freesync changes for the better(greater compatibility) before it releases.
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Anyone managed to mount of a Qnix using vesa stands? The holes for the mount seem really shallow.
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

These panels still have a non scaler coupled LVDS port between the panel and the GPU so without some sort of firmware mod it is NOT going to happen. There is no way we are getting an official released compatible firmware from korean sellers so it would be up to the community to develop one. Lastly there is the blanking time between frames that would be slightly different or slower to match the freesync. The korean panels being VERY customizable in terms of framerate and timings might be able to do this but that is more firmware modding and even timings matching.

With the relatively limited market we have it is unlikely this will happen. You could compare this to the potential these panels have for 3D playback. It is possible but unless an engineer on the forum makes a HUGE contribution it won't happen. UNLESS freesync changes for the better(greater compatibility) before it releases.


Well that's saddening, but good to know! biggrin.gif I guess freesync runs off vertical blank? Or something like that? They were saying it's in most monitors as of the past couple years but that's just some quick CES blabble. Thank you for clearing it up. My goal still stands to just push enough fps to lock my frames at the refresh rate and not worry about it thumb.gif That's why I have 3 gpus! lol


Edited: don't know where vertical drive came from LOL
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Could someone recommend a decent quality stand for the qnix please
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Could someone recommend a decent quality stand for the qnix please

Monoprice has a 20 dollar single mount vesa stand that is very well made. I am using it myself and it works great.

"Monoprice 5970 vesa mount"
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Originally Posted by Spartan F8 View Post

Monoprice has a 20 dollar single mount vesa stand that is very well made. I am using it myself and it works great.

"Monoprice 5970 vesa mount"

Thx for the info! Purchasing right now thumb.gif
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Could someone recommend a decent quality stand for the qnix please

I just bought this
http://www.ebay.com/itm/LA961AA-NEW-HP-ZR22w-21-5-LCD-Column-Monitor-Base-Stand-583847-001-647941-001-/360828869747?pt=US_Monitor_Mounts_Stands&hash=item5403139c73

Looks a lot better than some of those monopriced ones..
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How long have you been using the latest 332.21? Are there any problems? Am thinking of updating to 332.21 but want to see if there are any problems.

I've been using 332.21 for about two days and I haven't had any problems with any of the games I've tried. BF4 (for me anyways) seems to run a tad smoother compared to the previous 331.93 beta.

The only problem I have with the Pixel Clock Patcher is that if I use the full patch (I'm required to anyways because I have SLI) it breaks HDCP so I'm unable to play any Blu-Rays.

From ToastyX's website:
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Known issues:

The full patch breaks HDCP support. It is only needed if the pixel clock is greater than 400 MHz with SLI or 400/500-series GPUs.
400/500-series GPUs will not reduce clock speeds on idle if the pixel clock is greater than 404 MHz.
2560x1440 @ 102.567 Hz = 404 MHz with "LCD reduced" timing in CRU.

An alternative to the Pixel Clock Patcher is manually overclocking your monitor via the NVIDIA control panel (GTX 700 series card required I believe) or by using EVGA's Pixel Clock tool. HDCP will be working fine even for SLI users. The only downside with these two methods is that not all games will detect the higher unlocked refresh rate and will default back to 60Hz. Whereas with the Pixel Clock Patcher, most games will detect the higher unlocked refreshed game.

Hope this helps. Good luck in your monitor overclocking endeavors!
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