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AHH i guessed right ..hello mate!...and yes Indeed it is i was more than happy with my 3 year warranty on my Qnix for only 41 Quid...i thought that was a result! biggrin.gif

You dang foreigners and your funky money, I have NO idea how much you are talking about. biggrin.gif
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What are the risks for overclocking a qnix qx2710 to 90hz? Early death? Dead pixels? Overheating? I'm just checking I got mine to 90hz and not sure if it's safe to keep it at the for everyday use.
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You dang foreigners and your funky money, I have NO idea how much you are talking about. biggrin.gif

Its coded UK talk biggrin.gif
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What are the risks for overclocking a qnix qx2710 to 90hz? Early death? Dead pixels? Overheating? I'm just checking I got mine to 90hz and not sure if it's safe to keep it at the for everyday use.

I run 120hz 24/7 and not worried i am damaging mine one bit...you should be fine thumb.gif
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I still am on the fence on getting a Xstar DP2710/Qnix QX2710 due to my GPU. Anyone reckon what they get with 7870 on Med? Namely BF4?

You can get an estimate by using resolution scaling in the options. Just increase it to match what you want (so 125% if you have a 1080p monitor, I believe) and the video card will be rendering at 1440p internally. Should give you an idea of what you can get.
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Hey guys, been messing around with DayZ and it look like I'm getting textures popping in and out when at 120hz but not at 96hz. Does this make sense? Could the refresh rate mess with textures?

Not sure tbh. When I run 120hz I get a green horizontal line across the middle of the screen that comes and goes. I don't know if that could be mistaken for texture pop.

Is it even possible to get 120 fps in DayZ though?
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You can get an estimate by using resolution scaling in the options. Just increase it to match what you want (so 125% if you have a 1080p monitor, I believe) and the video card will be rendering at 1440p internally. Should give you an idea of what you can get.

Oh sweet!
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What are the risks for overclocking a qnix qx2710 to 90hz? Early death? Dead pixels? Overheating? I'm just checking I got mine to 90hz and not sure if it's safe to keep it at the for everyday use.

I run 120hz 24/7 and not worried i am damaging mine one bit that's my personal opinion of course!.. But remember we do not need to over volt these to overclock them i also know Sparton runs his at 120hz 24/7 with no problems...if i was throwing more voltage at the PCB to be able to overclock it yes i would more Couscous but we are not...i believe you should be fine. thumb.gif
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Here is some info from another forum talking about the panels, its suppose to be a response from green-sum, ebay seller. Someone said they didnt think they were producing glossy anymore.

They are and they are not.

If you get one without a piece of glass on it, somehow it slipped by them. They're only producing glossy panels with tempered glass due to their supposed reason of too many returns due to the finish scratching. My current X-Star's coating is closer to the original glossy than Matte, so I kept it, that and the fact its as close to perfect as I could ask from these.

From Green-Sum, and why you're incredibly stupid if you give this guy your money.


Hello, this is Green sum.

We are sorry that if you have any inconvenience with the monitor.
We are seller and we are providing the items from the manufacture. The all of information about the items is from them.

We've never lied and we've never avoide the issue. We've been already trying to our best service for our customers.

If there would be problems and it would be necessary to return the item, the manufacture does not support the shipping cost and extra. There are all our service chage as the seller on ebay.

So we hope you could not misunderstand that information and issue. We are going to writing to inform about the panel as well.

Your monitor is glossy version actually.
In the past, the manufacturer released the monitor in three different versions, glare, anti-glare, and tempered glass.
Panel without coating was glossy, so it was called glossy panel. However, this panel had lots of problems and very weak from shock and scratches. So the manufacturer no longer produce monitors without any coating. And panel with anti-glare coating and tempered glass is actually glare.
So the manufacturer now produces two versions, glossy and matte. You might feel a little confused, but literally, tempered glass version is one of glare panels as it is glare.
FYI, AH-IPS panel, which is used for YAMAKASI, CROSSOVER, and ACHIEVA, is also anti-glare coated panel with tempered glass. And they call it glare panel. The difference is just the panel is thinner and has better quality than S-IPS panel, which is previous version.

Also, you could check the "G" on the original box that means "Gossy" as well.

If you have other questions of it, please feel free to contact us.

BTW,
Even though the manufacture confirmed the monitor is glossy, but if you could not satisfied with it, we would like to suggest the solution.
If you would like to return, we could proceed it.

If you could keep the item and monitor does not have defective, we could suggest the partial refund.
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I hate trying to do business in broken English :-)

I also tried to get an ORIGINAL glossy from Green-sum. My response was even more difficult to understand... just sayin. wink.gif

I will be testing the Qnix Glossy vs New Qnix 2710 True10 vs Overlord Tempest Glossy this weekend. I will be sure to post results to all so that may help their decision. Also, I will have some monitors for sale here in the USA. Whatever I don't keep, it's yours for a good deal thumb.gif
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