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post #15701 of 25893
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

well worth it!
Going to buy that just for the sake of it, as it's a useful thing to have!

+rep.

You're going to have to start posting "crap" posts for me not to rep every single post you do! biggrin.gif

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Yep for 12 Quid you cant go wrong with this and you can measure almost any appliance with this including your Kettle with its 3.7 KW limit!
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post #15702 of 25893
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Don't know if that will ever come out really.

I can wait biggrin.gif ive emailed a few sellers seeing if they know anything. If these AHVA panels are becoming the standard then im sure some company will want to cash in on that true 120hz overclockability market.
post #15703 of 25893
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Originally Posted by lawson67 View Post

No tape cant fix this it is screen uniformity from over clocking the monitor...some have it worse than others!...you can greatly reduce it by using optimized timings for you 120hz profile and sometimes even a cable change or a DVI-D port change can even reduce it even further!...However all i would recommend you do right now is to use my timings in the picture below for your 120hz profile!...don't apply these timings for your 96hz profile leave them at Auto....Also you are more than welcome to use my ICC profiles posted below which will completely correct the higher gamma shift ( darker screen ) seen when over clocking the monitor!.. i calibrated these ICC profiles at a brightness of 200 cd/m...which from a dark screen is about 18 clicks up in the BRI+ button and 17 clicks up for the 96hz profile ...these will also help with your overclocked screen uniformity!....i also recommended using yasamoka Color Sustainer to apply and control your ICC profiles which you can download from the link below




http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/color_sustainer_download.html

Nativedispcal120hz96hz200cdm.zip 26k .zip file

I did all your said but didn't work. I am still getting those ugly dark columns at right top my screen. doh.gif

I don't think the issue is cable (It usually makes different problems). It seems more like panel or led lightning itself which means I cannot do anything. mad.gif
post #15704 of 25893
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Yep for 12 Quid you cant go wrong with this and you can measure almost any appliance with this including your Kettle with its 3.7 KW limit!

yeah man! Bought it within 10 seconds after you posted it LOL
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

I can wait biggrin.gif ive emailed a few sellers seeing if they know anything. If these AHVA panels are becoming the standard then im sure some company will want to cash in on that true 120hz overclockability market.

well 22" is your problem really. I did look into it, but 27" > 22" when it comes to 1440p
post #15705 of 25893
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well 22" is your problem really. I did look into it, but 27" > 22" when it comes to 1440p

who said anything about 22"? im after a 27" monitor biggrin.gif
post #15706 of 25893
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I did all your said but didn't work. I am still getting those ugly dark columns at right top my screen. doh.gif

I don't think the issue is cable (It usually makes different problems). It seems more like panel or led lightning itself which means I cannot do anything. mad.gif

Sorry but as i said we all get it to some degree once the monitor is overclocked...if you take it back to 60hz you will find it has gone!..of course this is not what you want to do but it will show you that its not BLB or anything other than the normal screen uniformity we all see at ruining at higher hertz...yes you have it slightly worse than others but i have seen worse than yours!...Also it generally looks worse on a solid blue or green background but in general usage you will not notice it...so take that solid green screen down enjoy your Qnix i bet you wont really notice it thumb.gif
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post #15707 of 25893
Just sat on the desktop on the net my PC only pulls between 120 - 130 watts...that pretty impressive i think and with implementation of such things such as UPLS technology thing can only get better!

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post #15708 of 25893
ULPS should already be working for you unless you have disabled it.

The second card should now be turned off and the first card would turn off when it no longer outputs a signal to the monitor and is not engaged with any workload.
post #15709 of 25893
Could someone help me with this decision?

I am thinking about ordering a second 27inch screen or bigger to use as a tv and watch movies on and if it's possible, overclock it a bit and maybe use for gaming in the future.

It will need atleast 1 HDMI port, since i'm going to connect my chromecast/decoder on it and I will connect my r9 290 tri-x on it.

And 21:9 would be a plus!

What screen would give me the best bang for buck?
Edited by DBCoopa - 3/15/14 at 8:31am
post #15710 of 25893
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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

ULPS should already be working for you unless you have disabled it.

The second card should now be turned off and the first card would turn off when it no longer outputs a signal to the monitor and is not engaged with any workload.

Yes i have it turned on...when i first installed these cards i though the second card was duff as when not gaming it turns off!....i am really impressed with that feature i want to leave on...Also i do not intend overclocking these cards the standard power color and Gigabyte overclocks are fine for me...i have more than enough GPU horse power than i need now! smile.gif
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