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I used CRU to create the 96hz overclock and then changed the refresh rate in NVCP. Is that the correct procedure? As far as the patch goes, I just used the regular patch, I'm not running SLI.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

then seeing as it wasn't DOA, and it was working and/or the buyer didn't take action in the first 45 days - that's the buyers fault.

You go and buy a motherboard now, or ram, or any part in your PC.
You have it for 14 days (some are lucky enough to get 30days) and if ANYTHING goes wrong AFTER those days, then you have to sort it out with the manufacturer and NOT the reseller.
Ie. after 30 days I would have to go to QNIX.

I'm literally taking the gamble here that the monitor will work, for a long period of time.
But when you buy ANYTHING on ebay you HAVE TO be aware of this. It's simple international buying and selling rules.

Ebay sellers are often NOT authorised sellers. To add tot hat they are an A- stock - "defective" from day1.

So, we're all taking a gamble again. I wouldn't go as far as saying due to one buyer experience, we can base it.
I've even proven there's more positive that's been said about the seller vs bad.
Again, I really REALLY REALLY couldn't give a crap about which seller I buy from. I'm definitely not defending ANY of the actions taken by any seller that acts like that. But in fairness it's in his right to do so.
Your monitor doesn't OC that high. Try lower.
Or try another DVI cable (far fetched but could work)

I'll just keep 96 hz, not much of a difference anyways right?
post #15323 of 25893
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Originally Posted by tehsprayer View Post

I'll just keep 96 hz, not much of a difference anyways right?
well do whatever your monitor can handle, not all can do 120
post #15324 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

So, we're all taking a gamble again. I wouldn't go as far as saying due to one buyer experience, we can base it.
I've even proven there's more positive that's been said about the seller vs bad.
Again, I really REALLY REALLY couldn't give a crap about which seller I buy from. I'm definitely not defending ANY of the actions taken by any seller that acts like that. But in fairness it's in his right to do so.
I agree wholehearted. Buying an ebay monitor is inherently risky, and all buyers should understand that (too many don't). And also that there's more good than bad from red-cap; no argument there, as there definitely is more good than bad. However, I see no reason not to steer people away from one seller whose reputation for "doing the right thing" (especially if he isn't required to) is less than stellar, especially since there are other sellers who do go out of their way to make sure buyers are satisfied. We should try to make sure that no one else gets burned, no?
post #15325 of 25893
I am going to post it here first, when digital gets his virtual 4k monitor, its not going to be able to be overclocked. He will have frame skipping, lets see if I end up being right. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

I agree wholehearted. Buying an ebay monitor is inherently risky, and all buyers should understand that (too many don't). And also that there's more good than bad from red-cap; no argument there, as there definitely is more good than bad. However, I see no reason not to steer people away from one seller whose reputation for "doing the right thing" (especially if he isn't required to) is less than stellar, especially since there are other sellers who do go out of their way to make sure buyers are satisfied. We should try to make sure that no one else gets burned, no?

definitely - but a seller could also amend their bad too.
If the given seller was consistently bad, then I would totally agree.
But after a single issue, I wouldn't be tempted to do so. I totally agree, we want to BEST for all of the buyers and want the BEST seller.

The OP shows clearly which seller has been bought from most.
So for your "normal" QNIX or Xtar go via them. But for the True10 - we only got 2 sellers.
I bought from one, and another OCNers bought from the other. So it will show a perfect representation of both.

Iv'e also contacted BOTH sellers and chose not only the one that gave me a better deal, but the one that responded to me on a personal level rather than a "company level".
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

I am going to post it here first, when digital gets his virtual 4k monitor, its not going to be able to be overclocked. He will have frame skipping, lets see if I end up being right. wink.gif

I bought the virtual 4k one too - as for "not being able to OC" - at what res? 4k? Yeah sure.
Both descriptions for the 4k one say they should OC to 120hz.

Other than that, I think digital and I are literally the only ones that have ordered a true10 monitor. At least on OCN.

Other monitors that were put to "4k" weren't the true10 ones, just the "standard" qnix ones.

In all honesty I'll be happy with 96hz - My GPUs won't output more than that on given games at 1440p so I won't even need to hit 120hz - but will try to do so for the "sake of the argument" - to see what these monitors can do - I'll push even further too, see what more I can get - ie 144hz
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 3/12/14 at 7:42am
post #15327 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

I am going to post it here first, when digital gets his virtual 4k monitor, its not going to be able to be overclocked. He will have frame skipping, lets see if I end up being right. wink.gif

Why do you have to be such a hater? tongue.gif

And so it begins.. both should be here for the weekend. devil.gif

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OT_X270OC_A10 Tempest X270OC (Up to 120Hz Capable)- Glossy - + 10Ft 24AWG DVI ($13.99) 1
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It is being said that all multiple input monitors drop frames after overclocking, this is one time I hope the info is wrong.
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post #15329 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

definitely - but a seller could also amend their bad too.
If the given seller was consistently bad, then I would totally agree.
But after a single issue, I wouldn't be tempted to do so. I totally agree, we want to BEST for all of the buyers and want the BEST seller.

The OP shows clearly which seller has been bought from most.
So for your "normal" QNIX or Xtar go via them. But for the True10 - we only got 2 sellers.
I bought from one, and another OCNers bought from the other. So it will show a perfect representation of both.

Iv'e also contacted BOTH sellers and chose not only the one that gave me a better deal, but the one that responded to me on a personal level rather than a "company level".
I bought the virtual 4k one too - as for "not being able to OC" - at what res? 4k? Yeah sure.
Both descriptions for the 4k one say they should OC to 120hz.

Other than that, I think digital and I are literally the only ones that have ordered a true10 monitor. At least on OCN.

Other monitors that were put to "4k" weren't the true10 ones, just the "standard" qnix ones.

In all honesty I'll be happy with 96hz - My GPUs won't output more than that on given games at 1440p so I won't even need to hit 120hz - but will try to do so for the "sake of the argument" - to see what these monitors can do - I'll push even further too, see what more I can get - ie 144hz

I have ordered from most of the Korean sellers, including my original Yamakasi from the now defunct dcsamsungmall. I haven't had a single bad experience except my original Qnix matte from bigclothcraft had HORRIBLE backlight bleed. Don't know if it was really his fault but the blb was so bad, it should have been caught or returned.
post #15330 of 25893
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Originally Posted by digitalforce View Post

Why do you have to be such a hater? tongue.gif

And so it begins.. both should be here for the weekend. devil.gif

NERDGASM 1:

SHIPPED: 27" Matte QNIX QX2710 LED Evolution II DP Multi True10 2...


NERDGASM 2:

Item # Description Qty
OT_X270OC_A10 Tempest X270OC (Up to 120Hz Capable)- Glossy - + 10Ft 24AWG DVI ($13.99) 1

why did you order the tempest?
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Originally Posted by digitalforce View Post

I have ordered from most of the Korean sellers, including my original Yamakasi from the now defunct dcsamsungmall. I haven't had a single bad experience except my original Qnix matte from bigclothcraft had HORRIBLE backlight bleed. Don't know if it was really his fault but the blb was so bad, it should have been caught or returned.

daaayme cool!
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

It is being said that all multiple input monitors drop frames after overclocking, this is one time I hope the info is wrong.

Hmmmm should be interesting to test. Why is that though?
Take as you will but my LG IPS234V that has multiple inputs doesn't drop frames at 70hz (default is 60hz, only a mini 10hz OC)
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 3/12/14 at 7:48am
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