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All of the multi-input monitors tested which have accepted higher hz drop all of the additional frames when set above 60hz. Blur Busters Test can be used to check for frame skipping. Motion looks choppy (Blur Busters ghosting Test) on mult-input displays when overclocked.
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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

All of the multi-input monitors tested which have accepted higher hz drop all of the additional frames when set above 60hz. Blur Busters Test can be used to check for frame skipping. Motion looks choppy (Blur Busters ghosting Test) on mult-input displays when overclocked.

Thats another thing I was wondering from the sellers saying these new True monitors can overclock, do they even bother to check the frame skipping.
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post #15413 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Jestin View Post

4 of us lol... Iv'e had my True 10 since Monday.

It has perfect pixels, very slight BLB but normal and completely fine, maybe more like normal panel glow? Has available stock 120Hz setting @ 1080. Went for 120Hz @ 2560x1440...and got it with the overclocking info on original post here. I am no expert.
Screen looks great! No problems with colors or brightness, so no special profiles needed. I am only gaming at 120Hz, and revert back to 60Hz when not, in order to have a lower idle on my video card (7950) ...I might have something setup wrong in CRU? Or driver/patch issue. I believe the hardware of the monitor is not at fault. I have not messed with the 4k stuff.

So yeah, I'm happy!

Bought from Accessories-Whole. The first 1 they sold from the listing I bought from http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2710-LED-Evolution-ll-DPmulti-TRUE10-Matte-27-2560x1440-10bit-Monitor-/131131920531?ssPageName=ADME:L:OC:US:3160

Can you adjust settings using the buttons on this monitor? Any difference cosmetically between this one and the regular qnix? Please post a picture.
post #15414 of 25891
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Can you adjust settings using the buttons on this monitor? Any difference cosmetically between this one and the regular qnix? Please post a picture.

Yes there is an OSD and buttons work fine. Cosmetics should be the same. Stand is garbage but decent construction as in no panel play.
post #15415 of 25891
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Originally Posted by TomcatV View Post

Hey Digital now I'm confused ...I thought you said you purchased from Amazon $359 [HERE] a QNIX QX2710 true glossy panel like the one in the middle of iCraps referenced 3 monitor comparison picture below that is $700?

Do you Now not think your $350 panel is the same as the $700 panel???

Can't wait for your "fair and balanced" review this weekend biggrin.gif ... but if your baggin on Fox and your from the "If you like your Plan, YOU CAN KEEP IT" camp redface.gif ... then how do we read the truth??? ... HeeHee this is all in fun/jest, I know how defensive/sensitive liberals/progressives can be thumb.gif

TomcatV,

I am not sure. I don't think mine is tempered glass because it isn't THAT reflective and it doesn't cover the whole front. But. it's a tad bit more reflective than my Yamakasi Catleap glossy..

Either way, my current Qnix "glossy" is gorgeous. No BLB and no dead pixels. Also, blacks are pretty deep and colors are gorgeous. thumb.gif
Edited by digitalforce - 3/12/14 at 11:01pm
post #15416 of 25891
Can anyone recommend me a really sturdy stand for the qnix? I saw one being recommended but it had huge feet biggrin.gif

Atm I couldnt be happier with my qnix but the stand is just god damn awful and the monitor sits a little to the left side down like / and its really annoying.

Or I need to buy a monitor arm instead but I would rather buy a new stand.

Greetz
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

Ohhhhhhhhhhh, things could get interesting. A little birdy told me someone ordered a true glossy x-star from dream-seller. It isn't a $600 one, so maybe we can get a final answer about glossy. cigar.gif

Is this possible to be a real glossy one too?
Because it is pretty cheap smile.gif

http://www.accessorieswhole.com/qx2710-led-evolution-ll-glossy-27-2560x1440-samsung-pls-27in-pc-monitor.html
post #15418 of 25891
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Can anyone recommend me a really sturdy stand for the qnix?

I have this Planar stand, the base is small, it is made with very high quality materials and does not slide up/down on its own when the heaviest monitors like my 2755AMG (it's probably twice as heavy as the Qnix and my other stand could not support it without sliding down) are mounted to it.
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post #15419 of 25891
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Yes there is an OSD and buttons work fine. Cosmetics should be the same. Stand is garbage but decent construction as in no panel play.
great to hear you got one too!
Few burning questions: 120hz works fine then? Did you do tests on the ufo site to check for dropped frames?
Does it actually have 10bit and multiple inputs?
Does an Xbox or ps3 now work?
post #15420 of 25891
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Originally Posted by MenacingTuba View Post

I have this Planar stand, the base is small, it is made with very high quality materials and does not slide up/down on its own when the heaviest monitors like my 2755AMG (it's probably twice as heavy as the Qnix and my other stand could not support it without sliding down) are mounted to it.

Thank you that one looks nice, are you happy with it no flaws with the monitor attached?

Problem is that one is only avail in USA it seems:(
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