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That was me in other forum! Lolol. . Gonna keep updating this. . Dream seller seems legit ... we shall soon find out. . he told my first message that would be shipped tomorrow now he says just with this week

Cool, then I wont have to update it. thumb.gif
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I'm new here but just wanted to say thanks for all the helpful information I found on this thread. I purchased a Qnix from GreenSum a couple weeks ago and I'm loving it. No dead pixels, minimal BLB and OC up 110hz.

I just purchased one of the 10bit monitors from Accessories-Whole (http://www.ebay.com/itm/131131920531). The estimated delivery date is next week. I'll make sure to post my review once it get. If the new monitor is problem free I'll probably put my current qnix up for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

welcome!
Well that makes 3 of us so far.
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I did some digging and I'm fairly certain that these new panels are from a company called AUO (http://www.auo.com/?sn=149&lang=en-US&c=33&n=319) and being used in BenQ's BL2710PT monitors which are currently selling for $700 (http://shop.benq.us/monitors/pro-graphics/bl2710pt-wqhd-cad-cam-monitor.html?utm_campaign=mainsitelink&utm_source=main).


And here's a review of the BenQ monitor from TFT Central.
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_bl2710pt.htm
Edited by jjmuldoon - 3/12/14 at 1:17pm
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I did some digging and I'm fairly certain that these new panels are from a company called AUO (http://www.auo.com/?sn=149&lang=en-US&c=33&n=319) and being used in BenQ's BL2710PT monitors which are currently selling for $700 (http://www.benq.us/product/monitor/BL2710PT).


And here's a review of the BenQ monitor from TFT Central.
http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_bl2710pt.htm

The AUO info looks correct but that BenQ link says it has an IPS panel where this is AH-VA.. who knows. I should have mine tomorrow or Friday. I'll give a.. fair and balanced review. Just like Fox News. tongue.gif
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The AUO info looks correct but that BenQ link says it has an IPS panel where this is AH-VA.. who knows. I should have mine tomorrow or Friday. I'll give a.. fair and balanced review. Just like Fox News. tongue.gif

http://shop.benq.us/monitors/pro-graphics/bl2710pt-wqhd-cad-cam-monitor.html?utm_campaign=mainsitelink&utm_source=main

Corrected the link in my original post with the one above. If you go to this link and click on the specs tab it's listed as AH-VA which is a type of IPS.
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http://shop.benq.us/monitors/pro-graphics/bl2710pt-wqhd-cad-cam-monitor.html?utm_campaign=mainsitelink&utm_source=main

Corrected the link in my original post with the one above. If you go to this link and click on the specs tab it's listed as AH-VA which is a type of IPS.

Nice find! Well, I am super excited to put all these monitors to the test. Anyone have an extra room in case my wife kicks me out? redface.gif
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Are any of the Qnix 10bit owners capable of properly testing the amount of input lag these displays have since they have an internal scaler/other inputs and that supposedly increases it ?
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http://shop.benq.us/monitors/pro-graphics/bl2710pt-wqhd-cad-cam-monitor.html?utm_campaign=mainsitelink&utm_source=main

Corrected the link in my original post with the one above. If you go to this link and click on the specs tab it's listed as AH-VA which is a type of IPS.

Nice info +rep - that would be great if it's that indeed that panel.
Only thing that worries me is its real life response time. Which is a little slow for gaming.
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Are any of the Qnix 10bit owners capable of properly testing the amount of input lag these displays have since they have an internal scaler/other inputs and that supposedly increases it ?

There's only 3 of us in here that have ordered it, no one has it yet.
I have no idea how I would be able to test input lag.
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I've had my finger on that buy button all day. Must. Resist!
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