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post #14521 of 25891
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Originally Posted by itcharzherp View Post

I saw a cable on internet which convert from DVI to HDMI .. is it helpful for my laptop which doesn't have DVI port ?
No, because HDMI to DVI adapters are single-link. This monitor requires dual-link DVI.
post #14522 of 25891
Just bought one from dream-seller!

Really scared about getting a bad quality screen or RMA. mad.gif
post #14523 of 25891
I just bought a pixel perfect version from TA.KOREA w/squaretrade warranty. Hope it comes this week!
post #14524 of 25891
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Originally Posted by passinos View Post

Just got my Second dp2710.
While Running 2x X-Stars I lost my Overclock. Cant keep the green lines away.
Same for Desktop and single screen gaming.

Anyone been successful in running 2 with an OC on just one LCD?

I may try to go iGPU for second LCD.

bump...

Anyone running 2x Qnix - Xstars?
post #14525 of 25891
Is the Perfect Pixel thing a scam, or have people that have been paying for it actually gotten no dead pixels and or almost no BLB (those that asked/paid for no BLB).

I'm bothered by someone opening up the box, but if it's to guarantee no dead pixels and almost no BLB I'd gladly pay for it.
post #14526 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post

Is the Perfect Pixel thing a scam, or have people that have been paying for it actually gotten no dead pixels and or almost no BLB (those that asked/paid for no BLB).

I'm bothered by someone opening up the box, but if it's to guarantee no dead pixels and almost no BLB I'd gladly pay for it.

There are different levels of perfect pixel, the ones that list a guarantee of zero, are closer to $400.
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post #14527 of 25891
Perfect pixel is stupid.
post #14528 of 25891
On perfect pixel, I've never bought one. Here are my results:

* Yamakasi Catleap = No dead pixels. No BLB.

* Matte Qnix = No dead pixels. Bad BLB.

* Glossy Qnix = No dead pixels. No BLB.

* Yamakasi DS2710 = No dead pixels. Minimal BLB.
post #14529 of 25891
Went to run 3DMark and came back to my monitor freaking out. Reboot and had this. Had to restart 4-5 times, cycle power including pulling plug, and making sure DVI cable was secure. It eventually went away but damn, I'm nervous now.



It went across the entire monitor, I was just up close to show it better.
post #14530 of 25891
give it an hour or two for the image retention to wear off. if it's not off the next day, then you should really freak out by then.
    
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