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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

Yes you are right £200 - £250 i think she charged me £41 over the phone when i called them...ill get the policy out and check in a few thumb.gif

Edit:- Yes it was £41 for cover between £200-£250 electrical item insurance...and they asked for a copy of my paypal receipt for my Qnix
thanks bro! When I get the monitor in I'll do that + rep again
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Originally Posted by digitalforce View Post

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

I await your review of the True10. Got my monitor refunded and now they upped the price. dont fail me now! biggrin.gif
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I just got my Qnix, I am stunned I wanted a 1440P with the ability to handle more then 60hz(wich I cant stand anymore).

Atm I overclocked it in nvidia panel to 96hz, and its great!!!

The picture quality is also so good, even if I had a budget of 800dollars I bought this instead of other brands for the overclock and I couldnt be happier.

At the moment it says at my monitor "Dual DVI", should I install a driver? And should I use a color profile? I am using 96hz atm.


Edited by karkee - 3/11/14 at 5:49am
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Very nice Karkee - hope to have the same experience soon , also be interested on the responses you get to your questions


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Also got some more question about either a good stand for this or if anyone ever used an ergotron or Vogels monitor arm with this.

The stand has to be replaced as this one is a little to wobly its not disturbing but I still would like some other vesa solution for it.
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I don't mind the dual gpu thing, but it'll be cheaper for me to go with the r9 290 because I can get it locally for 552.99

my 770 is still currently 339.00 so if I get another, it would actually be a total cost of 678.00, I forgot to mention that my current 770 is still under the timeframe for returns, not but a week old.
ic, but is it detrimental? only way for me to get a good price is to pick up the card locally, and none of those are available, only the asus card

thanks for the replies bros!

Well, the 770 in SLI is much better. If we were not talking such high resolution, I would say go for a better single card.
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Well, the 770 in SLI is much better. If we were not talking such high resolution, I would say go for a better single card.

I had to choose between 780 and SLI 680.
I chose SLI 680 as it comes out on top.

Problem with SLI is drivers etc. That aside, FPS wise - you'll get more from an SLI setup (usually when you compare performance to buck ratio)
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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.

I just figured out that this is actually quite incorrect. If one has a 1080P monitor and was wondering what performance in BF4 is with a 1440P monitor, you should set resolution scaling to 180% (178% actual). 1440P carries 78% more pixels than 1080P.
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I had to choose between 780 and SLI 680.
I chose SLI 680 as it comes out on top.

Problem with SLI is drivers etc. That aside, FPS wise - you'll get more from an SLI setup (usually when you compare performance to buck ratio)

Well, there will always be driver issues with SLI or CF it seems. Nothing is perfect, the bottom line is, I have yet to have an issue with SLI, this is my first time doing it though. I have 5 games installed, none of them seem to have any issues. There isnt any magical solution here, SLI will be faster, in the PC world, most times you spend more you get more.
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Well, there will always be driver issues with SLI or CF it seems. Nothing is perfect, the bottom line is, I have yet to have an issue with SLI, this is my first time doing it though. I have 5 games installed, none of them seem to have any issues. There isnt any magical solution here, SLI will be faster, in the PC world, most times you spend more you get more.

oh we have almost the same system smile.gif!
You're getting bottlenecked btw with your i5
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