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post #14951 of 25902
Anyone know a method on how to unscrew vesa mount from this monitor? Mine seems to be stuck, as the part where the screws torque into, seem to just be torquing with the screw rather than against it, causing each screw to continuously spin..
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I am getting 120fps at those setting too smile.gif

Hair Quality, Post Processing and Tessellation. is what i changed.

That OC i just posted for my gpu is unstable im at 1190 now.

what do you think was slowing me down Tessellation?

I cant really see the difference, apart from the hair, maybe i need to play a bit more but my frames just doubled turning them off

Thanks for the advise everyone.
post #14953 of 25902
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Originally Posted by angelnieves View Post

Anyone know a method on how to unscrew vesa mount from this monitor? Mine seems to be stuck, as the part where the screws torque into, seem to just be torquing with the screw rather than against it, causing each screw to continuously spin..

The only way you can get to the VESA mount screw holes is to take the bezel off and remove the panel from the case and remove the PCB board!...the screw holes are there at the very back of the case!...sounds like you might of done your Vesa mount screws up a bit to tight if the threads are just spinning in the case?
Edited by lawson67 - 3/8/14 at 6:28pm
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I write articles for a website and I did extensive testing with about 10 cards in the 290x family and 780 Ti family. I applaud AMD for what they did with the 290x but after testing all those cards, my card was the coolest, quiet and highest performing card out of the box:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4890#ov


Out of the box, my core is 1241mhz in games. I can overclock to 1300 in games. All on air.


Ok seeing that you are the resident expert on Graphics cards which is the better card out of these two to get in your opinion?...cheers thumb.gif

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/4GB-Sapphire-Radeon-R9-290-Tri-X-OC-28nm-6200MHz-GDDR5-GPU-1000MHz-2560-Stre-/360877312243?pt=UK_Computing_Computer_Components_Graphics_Video_TV_Cards_TW&hash=item5405f6c8f3

OR THIS

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/390789585285?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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My qnix turns on for a second show full lightning and then turns off and the blue diod blinks. I need some expertise to fix it if possible.
post #14956 of 25902

The cheaper one, they should both perform the same at the same clock speeds.
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post #14957 of 25902

A few things --

1 - I use Bandicam for screenshots and video capture. Awesome. www.bandicam.com

2 - That is a lot of money for a 290.. of course, I am in the USA and if I was going to buy any card for around $600-$700, it would be these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125489

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125493

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post #14958 of 25902
Has anyone checked out the Qnix QX2710 DPMulti True10?



It's PWM-Free, can be set to a 4k resolution at 30Hz , uses an AHVA panel which is AUO's version of IPS, can OC to 120Hz with 75Hz as Default according to the manufacturer despite it being multi-input, and is apparently 10-bit although you'll still need a card that supports it.
Edited by Karnoffel - 3/8/14 at 9:30pm
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Has anyone checked out the Qnix QX2710 DPMulti True10?



It's PWM-Free, can be set to a 4k resolution at 30Hz , uses an AHVA panel which is AUO's version of IPS, can OC to 120Hz with 75Hz as Default according to the manufacturer despite it being multi-input, and is apparently 10-bit although you'll still need a card that supports it.

Do you happen to know if r9 290 can support 10-bit? Tho, I wonder if that card can do this res effectively. I could xfire tho. I got my qnix who'd from these guys, would buy from them again.
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post #14960 of 25902
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Has anyone checked out the Qnix QX2710 DPMulti True10?



It's PWM-Free, can be set to a 4k resolution at 30Hz , uses an AHVA panel which is AUO's version of IPS, can OC to 120Hz with 75Hz as Default according to the manufacturer despite it being multi-input, and is apparently 10-bit although you'll still need a card that supports it.

What an interesting monitor! I wonder how they all pulling off 120hz with all the inputs, etc.

I might have to order one of these and test them.. might be hard to resell though if they suck.

EDIT: ARRRGH! Why do they keep making these things matte only? Am I the only one who loves the look of glossy?! tongue.gif
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