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Originally Posted by Sergioosh View Post

That was a joke, and lawson67 responded with a joke. I'm cool with that and I'm not calling people names. What's your problem? Please don't go around posting useless posts. It forces me to add to the useless posts pool smile.gif

huh, your idea of a joke seem to be much different than mine... to each his own.
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Originally Posted by dawnoftheh3ro View Post

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.

They indeed list the glossy on their site. They also list the tempered, but both are listed as back ordered.
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Also, I was unaware of this until after using the patches and CRU software and it may have been available for awhile now but I read a post from ToastyX somewhere about the pixel clock for nvidia cards (prob AMD too in catalyst control). I uninstalled the patches and CRU then went in EVGA precision: go to the configuration menu (gear icon top left) then configure. It brings up a pixel clock slider that automatically sets your refresh rate for you. No patches, CRU, or even a restart, required for me. Automatically sets the refresh rate in nvidia control panel and in your display control panel (right click+screen resolution+adv settings).

Again, this could be common knowledge by now so I'm sorry if I'm all excited over here for something that everyone knows about already lol. I couldn't go past 96 hz without a faint slightly transparent red smear/line about a half inch wide showing up on the right side of the monitor. So I just keep it at 92 hz.

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I saw that listing earlier - noticed he has slightly lower reviews than the other sellers (98.3 versus 99+) - not sure how much that matters though. It's pretty much a crapshoot all the way around, I guess.

Can't decide if the ultimate perfect pixel is worth $40-50 more (if the offer is accepted) than the $280 I paid this weekend.
Don't buy red cap. He has screwed multiple people on this board.
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Is that a good enough reason to call people names in your opinion? Please restrain yourself next time... I think that's enough of this OT.
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Is that a good enough reason to call people names in your opinion? Please restrain yourself next time... I think that's enough of this OT.

lol who are you?
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What kind of question is that? If you want to continue this pointless conversation just PM me. Maybe I'll bother to answer them. I don't want to spam this topic any more with useless posts.
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What kind of question is that? If you want to continue this pointless conversation just PM me. Maybe I'll bother to answer them. I don't want to spam this topic any more with useless posts.

Are you Ashton Kutcher?? Am I being punked right now? Where did you hide the cameras?

Back on topic:

I tried to push my QNIX at 4k and Auto timings and kept getting artifacts. Anyone else got any ideas on how to get it working? I even tried as low as 30hz
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https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3YZsQq_4C0FR3NkdUYyb2RoRkk/edit?usp=sharing

someone wanna test my profile?

heres my catalyst settings ( default monitor settings )

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Does anybody have a copy of these ICC profiles? Particularly the 96Hz SRGB gamma?

http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/13500-qnix-qx2710-review-2560x1440-matte-overclock-able-pls-2.html#post1016117

They all seem to be "File not found" which is a shame because a lot of people seem happy with them.
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