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Originally Posted by SeanEboy View Post

You're gonna have a bad time... Trust me on that.. You'll need a third party stand.. I'm not home otherwise I'd measure.. But, I bought this stand, excellent quality, and have yet to install it:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006JG9RQ2/ref=oh_details_o05_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I thought it might be short based on the pictures, the center channel needs 4 1/2 inches. Already thought I might have to buy a stand. The other option would be place it in front, as long as it didnt go high enough to block part of the screen I would be okay. Then deciding if I really want to buy a monitor, my Asus is going back.
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post #15482 of 25922
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

Can someone measure how far the bottom of the screen on the Qnix sits up from their desk or monitor stand? I have always had monitors with height adjustments, since my center channel speaker sits under my screen.

I used to have a centre speaker under my monitor, then behind it, now I have it above me.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

the test should really determine it - if it is frame skipping it would tell you say:
120 - 110

In my case mine is OCed to 70hz and displays 70hz without skipping frames:



A camera phone, of all cameras is definitely not a way of judging a monitor's ability to display frames

Says 120-120 but all i have is camera phone (phail). I'm sorry, I guess 1 of the other members that ordered will have to report on it then.
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Originally Posted by Jestin View Post

Says 120-120 but all i have is camera phone (phail). I'm sorry, I guess 1 of the other members that ordered will have to report on it then.

+rep for trying - here's what I did - took it with ISO 100 on my Camera (Sony HX9V):



Here's a one taken with ISO100 on my Samsung Galaxy S3 (camera phone):


Does yours look anything like the above two pics?
(please say it does lol)

If not - what about at 60hz and/or 96hz?

EDIT:
Also do you have two monitors hooked up when testing?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1446560/qnix-qx2710-dropping-frames-in-dual-monitor-mode
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 3/13/14 at 12:15pm
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

+rep for trying - here's what I did - took it with ISO 100 on my Camera (Sony HX9V):



Here's a one taken with ISO100 on my Samsung Galaxy S3 (camera phone):


Does yours look anything like the above two pics?
(please say it does lol)

If not - what about at 60hz and/or 96hz?


Tried @ 60 and no frame skipping. Tried 75-96 still drops frames. Not looking good. ISO set 100 on Note 2 phone camera.
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Originally Posted by Jestin View Post

Tried @ 60 and no frame skipping. Tried 75-96 still drops frames. Not looking good. ISO set 100 on Note 2 phone camera.

If that's the case I'll be very disappointed frown.gif
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EDIT:
Also do you have two monitors hooked up when testing?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1446560/qnix-qx2710-dropping-frames-in-dual-monitor-mode
Edited by Totally Dubbed - Today at 12:15 pm


Yeah 2 monitors. Side monitor is fed through on board graphics
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Originally Posted by Jestin View Post

EDIT:
Also do you have two monitors hooked up when testing?
http://www.overclock.net/t/1446560/qnix-qx2710-dropping-frames-in-dual-monitor-mode
Edited by Totally Dubbed - Today at 12:15 pm


Yeah 2 monitors. Side monitor is fed through on board graphics

ah ha!
Then disconnect one - and then try again.
post #15489 of 25922
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

ah ha!
Then disconnect one - and then try again.
120 skips on one monitor. I got a real good spread at 96 of 7 boxes but 2nd and 5th box not gray so dropped 2 0f 7 frames.
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Holy mother this thread is tough to keep up on! I am at the airport getting ready to head home. Hopefully in time to get the monitors but my boy passed out at school and is in the hospital with his mother. REAL LIFE SUCKS.

Family > Monitors

I'll keep everyone updated.

PS -- I just got my copy of SMTT 2.0 to test input lag. I have my trusty CRT ready to go as well thumb.gif
Edited by digitalforce - 3/13/14 at 1:13pm
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