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Originally Posted by Horo View Post

Thanks for the ICC and Nv custom resolution timings, could you share your 96hz custom resolutions too please?

Hi you don't need you don't really need any optimized timings for 96hz as your pixel clock is nice and low at 96hz...just make a custom resolution and change 60hz for 96hz with Auto timings and you should be fine thumb.gif
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Thanks.

I ordered on Thursday, so hopefully I might be able to catch them before they dispatch it, if not I'll learn for next time.

There was a link for a square trade warranty on eBay when I ordered, but wasn't sure how a warranty would work with a manufacturer in Korea?

Anyway I look forward to it arriving and joined on here so I can share my experience - which hopefully will be good.

Thanks



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post #14973 of 25935
I have a question for all you dream-seller buyers. What shipping provider did he use? I was reading a slickdeal thread where it said dream-seller was using FedEX and they were charging a Duty Fee even though its supposed to be free trade between South Korea and the USA.

I am trying to avoid having to pay any unnecessary fees.
post #14974 of 25935
Just recieved mine from Red-cap. Bought a normal one without the perfect pixel promise. Zero dead pixels got some backbleed tho. 329 US Dollars and 130 Hz was a nice surprise aswell smile.gif
post #14975 of 25935
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

Hi you don't need you don't really need any optimized timings for 96hz as your pixel clock is nice and low at 96hz...just make a custom resolution and change 60hz for 96hz with Auto timings and you should be fine thumb.gif
Gamma shift is 2.64 at 96Hz. A profile can do wonders even at 96Hz.

Gamma shift is not impacted by pixel clock, but rather by refresh rate. As long as pixel clock is still within control, anyway, didn't test for very high pixel clocks as the monitor is unstable at those clocks.
post #14976 of 25935
Hey guys, I've now been tempted to buy a Qnix QX2710 by Ghost12 on OCN tongue.gif
My main concern (apart from dead pixels) is the Xbox compatibility.
I know it has to scaler, but surely a DVI-D to HDMI should be able to work? Anyone shed some light on this? I would greatly appreciate it smile.gif
post #14977 of 25935
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I have a question for all you dream-seller buyers. What shipping provider did he use? I was reading a slickdeal thread where it said dream-seller was using FedEX and they were charging a Duty Fee even though its supposed to be free trade between South Korea and the USA.

I am trying to avoid having to pay any unnecessary fees.

Dream-seller sent to me through FedEx here in USA and there were no fees. I did receive a letter/invoice from FedEx a week after I received my monitor but the balance was 0.
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post #14978 of 25935
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Gamma shift is 2.64 at 96Hz. A profile can do wonders even at 96Hz.

Gamma shift is not impacted by pixel clock, but rather by refresh rate. As long as pixel clock is still within control, anyway, didn't test for very high pixel clocks as the monitor is unstable at those clocks.

I think the guy wanted me to share my 96hz timings which i don't use because i am more than happy to run my 96hz resalution with Auto timings...Also i am aware that the gamma shifts higher at 96hz which is why i calibrated an ICC profile for 96hz along with a120hz ICC profiles...and there are a whole bunch of my ICC 120hz and 96hz kicking around on this thread lol
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post #14979 of 25935
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Originally Posted by digitalforce View Post

How do you do this on a current Qnix? I have a GTX 780 Ti.

I think the more interesting thing about those new monitors isn't the 4k, it's the fact it's a A-HVA panel instead of all the AH-IPS and PLS panels in all the current Korean 27" monitors.

If they had a glossy model, I would be the guinea pig on it. My glossy Qnix looks so good after calibration, I don't think anything out there can beat it.. especially at 110hz.. /first world problems

Here are my settings for 4K@60hz. They work for 67hz as well. I also have a 780ti so you should be good.



UPDATE: This is actually an older pic. I have found setting the 4000 to 4150 works a bit better for stability. And setting both front porch and sync width to 1 helps with the blurring effect.
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No the Powercolor PCS+ 290 cannot be beat for temps. (Its a 3 slotter) I have that and a Tri-X. Tri-X is good too. But not as good as the PCS+ at cooling.

i had this review in mind: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/R9_290X_PCS_Plus/27.html
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