Originally Posted by brightbus
I thought you said you had no intention of overclocking. What made you change your mind?
The curiosity got the best of me. I just wanna know how high it can go
I got to 135 stable but that's not what I am going to run my pc on. I have returned to stock 60Hz and yeah I do agree that the smoothness, even on the mouse curser, is amazing. I get kinda emotional with my gadgets and for some reason OCing something makes me feel guilty, as if I am exploiting someone just beacause they can't say anything :|
I know it sounds crazy but well that's me.
BTW I can get to 144Hz stable with no flickering or anything on 1080p resolution, but that causes only the 1920x1080p segment to show the windows the rest of the screen shows weird colours. You don't select 1080p resolution, you select 2560x1440 and then in the custom resolution in nvidia you set the timing manually. In the timing windows you change 2560 to 1920 and 1440 to 1080.
Originally Posted by Paps.pt
I'm in Panic! Bought mine from green sum, Portuguese customs won't release it without a European Union Certificate! It seems that for electric equipment which requires more than 50 volts it's obligatory to have that. I sent him a message but I bet that neither the seller or the company that makes them has it! :-(
To anyone that imported it from European Union, how did you made it? Please help...
I hope someone can help you out.
Originally Posted by wrigleyvillain
I still don't know if this actually applies to a computer monitor and no one else has mentioned this but for DC it's 75 volts apparently. Which these still may be...but this still sounds fishy offhand.
In other fantastic QNIX-related news...mine is back to doing nothing at all besides flash red then green then go black. Same as when I tried that other cable though last time switching back to stock got me an image back. Now I can't get it to do **** after many hours. Have confirmed that my card is still outputting a signal with my old display. Power brick is still green. Am going to keep messing with it of course but there isn't really anything I haven't already tried (short of the funky adapter it shipped with and that thing should not be necessary, period). Glad I didn't actually break it or something but sure wish I could explain this, too...
When did you purchased it?
I believe its the DVI Cable or the port it self.
That thing is too heavy and might be putting a lot of weight on the ports, I have taped both the ends of the cable, one to my monitor and one to my cabinet, to reduce pressure on the port.
Originally Posted by Robinsolid
I've bought my QNIX 2710...but VERY DISAPPOINTED. Monitor faulty and seller VERY uncommunicative....I'll give this one to my brother and will buy another one
Whats the fault, maybe we might be able to help, except for dead pixels there havn't been many faults with these monitors which can't be fixed by a consumer.