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Originally Posted by dav2287 View Post

I would mostly care about getting full resolution.
In that case, your options are generally limited to getting an HDMI -> DVI adapter of some sort, then setting a custom resolution of 2560x1440, and a refresh rate of 30hz. Your laptop may not support this on stock Intel graphics. If you have an AMD or Nvidia card, you should be able to do this.
post #14732 of 25969
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

In that case, your options are generally limited to getting an HDMI -> DVI adapter of some sort, then setting a custom resolution of 2560x1440, and a refresh rate of 30hz. Your laptop may not support this on stock Intel graphics. If you have an AMD or Nvidia card, you should be able to do this.
Sounds good! Thank you for the quick and helpful replies!
post #14733 of 25969
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Originally Posted by angelnieves View Post

I had purchased from dream-seller. It was just the pixel perfect edition


(This is the "slash" looking defect. I do not know how or when it happened, but did not arrive like this)



(This is the dead, or stuck pixel. I tried fixing it with the jscreenfix and it did not work)

Wow that does look like a cut however unless you have had the monitor apart and put a cut in a diffuser layer i can not see how that would suddenly appear...strange indeed only other thing it looks like is a hair between diffuser layers... all you can do is message the seller and show him a photo of that....however after 2 weeks of you having the monitor YOU normally have to pay return shipping..

Edit: i am not asking you to do this however i know what i would do...i would rip that monitor apart and check what that is in or on the diffuser layer..you would know for sure then...and you might have to do this anyhow or face the return shipping fee or live with it
Edited by lawson67 - 3/5/14 at 10:59am
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Wow that does look like a cut however unless you have had the monitor apart and put a cut in a diffuser layer i can not see how that would suddenly appear...strange indeed only other thing it looks like is a hair between diffuser layers... all you can do is message the seller and show him a photo of that....however after 2 weeks of you having the monitor YOU normally have to pay return shipping..

Edit: i am not asking you to do this however i know what i would do...i would rip that monitor apart and check what that is in or on the diffuser layer..you would know for sure then...and you might have to do this anyhow or face the return shipping fee or live with it

Im pretty careful with tinkering and taking things aparts, maybe I will try this tonight. However, is the other picture a dead/stuck pixel?
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post #14735 of 25969
Hey guys, I have a question.

I have a mint QNIX QX2710 and I used the CRU to set it at 110hz.
There were no issues, Nvidia control panel recognized the 110hz as native and all was good.

Until one day, Nvidia control panel no longer recognizeS the 110hz as native and I since have had to apply it as a "custom resolution".

so I guess I have 2 questions:

1) Any ideas on how to get it to recognize the 110hz as native?
2) Is there an difference having it set as a custom resolution vs native?

Thanks
Edited by Peedge - 3/5/14 at 11:24am
post #14736 of 25969
For who wanted to know about the seller ta-korea.global here is a quick update:

my QNIX has been finally shipped should receive it in 4/5 business days ill update as soon as i get it but so far comunication has been very good. He even wrote me that he lowered the value to 100$ and marked it as a gift to try and avoid italian import taxes that are pretty high.
post #14737 of 25969
It hard to say weather its dead or stuck to be honest...i have seen some look black like that and suddenly come back to life...as for taking the monitor apart the link below has some posts of mine on that page describing how to fix BLB by straightening the metal frame that the panel is sat in..you will have to take the frame off to get to the diffuser layers..however be very careful when messing with the diffuser layers once the frame is off they can move and if turned upright can simply slide off the screen....read carefully my posts on this page and they will help you should you decide to go ahead and strip it down....Also bear in mind striping it down could achieve nothing if you cannot fix whatever that is in or on the diffuser layers!

http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/12970
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post #14738 of 25969
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Hey guys, I have a question.

I have a mint QNIX QX2710 and I used the CRU to set it at 110hz.
There were no issues, Nvidia control panel recognized the 110hz as native and all was good.

Until one day, Nvidia control panel no longer recognizeS the 110hz as native and I since have had to apply it as a "custom resolution".

so I guess I have 2 questions:

1) Any ideas on how to get it to recognize the 110hz as native?
2) Is there an difference having it set as a custom resolution vs native?

Thanks

Do you have Nvidia experience installed as this can conflict with CRU EDID overrides?....i do not use CRU to overclock with nvidia i use a monitor driver and use Nvida custom resolutions to overclock this way i have NO conflicts and i can still use Nvidia experience.

Edit: you can import the blank-extension.dat into CRU when you create your custom resolutions with CRU which should enable you to keep Nvidia experience installed without the EDID override conflicts...however this is not a perfect fix and sometimes windows will still NOT see your custom resolution using this method..this is why you are better off using the monitor driver method with nvidia unless you uninstall Nvidia experience.
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post #14739 of 25969
Do you mean GeForce Experience? Or Nvidia Inspector?

I have both installed, GeForce experience the whole time and Nvidia Inspector only after using CRU.

So, there is no downside to using a custom resolution vs native?
post #14740 of 25969
Can you elaborate on "monitor driver" for me please?
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