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Bagged a deal for a True10 - ordered and paid for, here is red caps answers:

What's the difference between this model and the other one? This is a TRUE10 one vs the others that aren't
- this model is upgraded from QX2710 DP Multi
- it supports virtual 4K ( very useful to graphic desinger )
- Eyecare monitor ( Low blue light mode , flicker free) - as far as I know , only BenQ release this function.
- 120Hz overclockable
- 3H premium anti-glare film

Does this one, as said in the description have HDMI and other ports apart from DVI-D?
- there are 4 ports ( HDMI, DVI-D, RGB,DP )

Also can I have a MATTE finish please?
- yes, this model has matte screen

thank you

Sincerely yours
Red-Cap

Link:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PERFECT-PIXELS-QNIX-QX2710-Evolutionll-DP-Multi-TRUE10-27-Virtual-4K-Monitor-W-/221390816061?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item338bebc33d
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 3/11/14 at 8:36pm
post #15282 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Bagged a deal for a True10 - ordered and paid for, here is red caps answers:

What's the difference between this model and the other one? This is a TRUE10 one vs the others that aren't
- this model is upgraded from QX2710 DP Multi
- it supports virtual 4K ( very useful to graphic desinger )
- Eyecare monitor ( Low blue light mode , flicker free) - as far as I know , only BenQ release this function.
- 120Hz overclockable
- 3H premium anti-glare film

Does this one, as said in the description have HDMI and other ports apart from DVI-D?
- there are 4 ports ( HDMI, DVI-D, RGB,DP )

Also can I have a MATTE finish please?
- yes, this model has matte screen

thank you

Sincerely yours
Red-Cap

Awesome man! Let's compare when we get them set up!

iCrap, I apparently can't post my stuff for sell in detail. The posts get deleted. So, I'll PM you this weekend when I have decided what I have for sale smile.gif
post #15283 of 25888
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What's the virtual 4k?
I don't care about the overclock since my current one already does it. This will be a side display..... there is a monex glossy for $300? I'll try to find it.
Are you going to be selling one?

dude if you want glossy + side display:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1471658/for-sale-x3-glossy-pwm-free-qnix-2560x1440-pls-120hz-stable-zero-dead-pixels

Jump on that.
Or:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2710-27-Hi-Res-2560x1440p-PLS-Monitor-Glossy-/251469894752?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item3a8cc61460

OR wait for the noble man underneath to PM you smile.gif!
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Originally Posted by digitalforce View Post

Awesome man! Let's compare when we get them set up!

iCrap, I apparently can't post my stuff for sell in detail. The posts get deleted. So, I'll PM you this weekend when I have decided what I have for sale smile.gif

Sweet. What's the best way to test it? ie. response time?
post #15284 of 25888
Thanks, i will watch that auction.

Whoever said they are planning on selling theirs also, PM me when you are going to sell.
    
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Sigh, my Asus is giving me headaches from the PWM. Never had a monitor do that, also it now has some dead pixels. I still have time to return it, months actually, decisions decisions.
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I'm telling people not to buy Asus and they keep buying it.
I had an Asus monitor, suddenly have blue lines and then random crashes (yes the monitor) when I asked Asus about this, they provided me with absolutely no support.
I've bought all types of Asus products, my noobtooth z77 really Will be the last I'll buy or even look at Asus. I'll only consider Asus if they give me the product. I wouldn't even pay a single penny towards that company no more /rant
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

I'm telling people not to buy Asus and they keep buying it.
I had an Asus monitor, suddenly have blue lines and then random crashes (yes the monitor) when I asked Asus about this, they provided me with absolutely no support.
I've bought all types of Asus products, my noobtooth z77 really Will be the last I'll buy or even look at Asus. I'll only consider Asus if they give me the product. I wouldn't even pay a single penny towards that company no more /rant

I have had zero issues with anything except this monitor, I also bought it as a refurb. Never had to rma anything from them. I wont have to rma this either if I decide to get something else, just return it locally.
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post #15288 of 25888
C'mon it's not fair to diss company because you had no luck with it. I, on the contrary, had only good expierience with Asus. Hell, I never had to call their support. On the other hand, I did have different types of devices from Asus than you: mainly motherboards and tablets, so maybe that's their good side, while laptops and monitors are the bad side smile.gif
post #15289 of 25888
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Originally Posted by nickj2014 View Post

Of course, it's a DVI-D, same as the one that came with the monitor. Doubt the monitor would even display anything with a single link?
It might display a test pattern. FYI, DVI-D can come in two flavours - DL-DVI-D, and SL-DVI-D. Your cable has pins that look like this, right?


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Here are the key differences:

#1 - This is a AH-VA panel vs a IPS/PLS. There haven't been any "mainstream" Korean VA panels. VA panels, in general, are supposed to have even better viewing angles and deeper blacks. Deeper blacks are the main reason I want to try this monitor out.

#2 - It has multiple inputs. And 1440p via HDMI 1.4

#3 - 10 bit color

#4 - Look like it will scale 720p/1080p so I'll be trying my Xbox 360 on it as well.

#5 - Muilt input overclock. Unless I'm mistaken, that will be a first.

I will be sure to post initial impressions the moment I get mine. Then, hopefully, detailed technical details. thumb.gif
The sellers may well be mistaken. There have been "125hz overclock" multi models before (and even marketed as such) which have been proven otherwise. Thanks for keeping us informed and make sure to validate your overclock! It would be interesting to see the results.
post #15290 of 25888
Hey all, new to the forum, although I've been coming to overclockers for awhile now for all the info. Just wanted to leave a good recommendation for ipsledmonitors.com. I was on the fence about so many of these monitors. Anyone else out there scouring the internet for info on these and other more brand name 1440 panels, check out Fabelhaft NCX on youtube. Very thorough vids and responds regularly to comments. Anyways, I was pretty hesitant about ordering through ebay but couldn't find much info on the site I mentioned above, except they were based out of California; only a few comments here and there who also tried them with good results. I called and talked to them twice and asked a ton of questions and the guy I talked to (both times) was Justin. Dude answered every one of my annoying questions and I eventually just decided to just go for the Qnix 2710 matte from them. They said they weren't selling the tempered glass or glossy versions anymore. Not sure if they were discontinued or what. There price was 340 plus shipping ($360 total) but their return policy is amazingly simple: 14 days to send it back if there is any dead pixels or uneven backlight issues (bleed, glow, whatever). Also sell a 3 year warranty that covers more than the squaretrade. No dead pixels on mine, extremely minute backlight bleed about an inch to the right of the bottom left corner. Very slight. Super happy with it.

They work direct with the manufacturers over in South Korea. I asked him why they don't sell pixel perfect versions, and while a little reluctant to crack he eventually told me that the sellers on Ebay aren't screening these for stuff like pixel imperfections or backlight bleed. That it would just be way too long of a process for the amount of orders they are going through. They just charge extra money for "pixel perfect" and if it comes out to be that way then great, and if not they might return a bit of your money if you call complaining to the seller. So overall, complete scam. Don't waste your extra money. I'd check out ipsledmonitors.com if you're getting your first one, or even an additional one, and are worried about dead pixels/ BLB but don't want to face that shipping charge back to SK.
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