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People that have the Monoprice stand, do the screws that come with it work, or will I need to buy some? One reviewer said he needed to buy 3mm x 10mm.
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Props to fed ex. Although there tracking was off, I have been notified my packed in in indianapolis only a couple hours away. My 279$ xstar from dream-seller will be here tomorrow
..beyond excited.


Edited by anthonyg45157 - 3/18/14 at 11:21pm
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Big thanks to Digital Force for the quick review on the 10bit monitors. I was able to cancel my order prior to shipping. Saved me the hassle of trying to return or or sell it online.thumb.gif
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Welcome to the club.

Plug in the timings that Lawson67 has posted multiple times in this thread and I bet you will hit 120Hz. thumb.gif

Do make sure you have used the appropriate patches for your setup first, as explained in the op though.

I tried Lawson67's timings but still receive artifacts at anything higher than 108hz rolleyes.gif
But i'm still quite happy with running at a save 96hz with a nice ICC from the the start thread thumb.gif

And just for my personal understandings of the current TRUE10 10bit monitors: Just Quadro and the Firepro can run 10bit at the moment, right? Are there any gains for the "normal" user at the moment?
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So much for shipping last night....
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Here's a reply by red cap on the 10bit:
Dear
sorry for delay on respond
we just got an answer from the manufacuturer about skip frame ( HDMI to Xbox at 1080p )
they told that the problem is the cabel compatibility issue and recommend to use another cable ( there are a kinds of cables )
and Qnix gaurantees about overclock only for true 10 model but other models are not recommended and they doesn't guarantee.
the reason you want to return the monitor is only that there is skip frame when using Xbox at 1080p , right?
we confirmed with Qnix that there is no problem at all and they open the opportunity for overclock only for true10.

thank you 

Sincerely yours Red-Cap
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Here's a reply by red cap on the 10bit:
Dear
sorry for delay on respond
we just got an answer from the manufacuturer about skip frame ( HDMI to Xbox at 1080p )
they told that the problem is the cabel compatibility issue and recommend to use another cable ( there are a kinds of cables )
and Qnix gaurantees about overclock only for true 10 model but other models are not recommended and they doesn't guarantee.
the reason you want to return the monitor is only that there is skip frame when using Xbox at 1080p , right?
we confirmed with Qnix that there is no problem at all and they open the opportunity for overclock only for true10.

thank you 

Sincerely yours Red-Cap

This is not going to go well.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Here's a reply by red cap on the 10bit:
Dear
sorry for delay on respond
we just got an answer from the manufacuturer about skip frame ( HDMI to Xbox at 1080p )
they told that the problem is the cabel compatibility issue and recommend to use another cable ( there are a kinds of cables )
and Qnix gaurantees about overclock only for true 10 model but other models are not recommended and they doesn't guarantee.
the reason you want to return the monitor is only that there is skip frame when using Xbox at 1080p , right?
we confirmed with Qnix that there is no problem at all and they open the opportunity for overclock only for true10.

thank you 

Sincerely yours Red-Cap

So it looks from what he wrote at from spec listed (in the pic below) that producer guarantees OC on the new panels to 120hz......basicly if you buy one of the new "True 10" models and it doesn't OC to 120hz you can send it back?




Hmmmm rolleyes.gif
Edited by Naxxy - 3/19/14 at 2:30am
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Originally Posted by hogofwar View Post

This is not going to go well.

My first thought was, "that is crap", but your sentiment fits also.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Naxxy View Post

So it looks from what he wrote at from spec listed (in the pic below) that producer guarantees OC on the new panels to 120hz......basicly if you buy one of the new "True 10" models and it doesn't OC to 120hz you can send it back?




Hmmmm rolleyes.gif

If they don't acknowledge skipped frames there's going to be trouble.
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Originally Posted by hogofwar View Post

This is not going to go well.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Naxxy View Post

So it looks from what he wrote at from spec listed (in the pic below) that producer guarantees OC on the new panels to 120hz......basicly if you buy one of the new "True 10" models and it doesn't OC to 120hz you can send it back?




Hmmmm rolleyes.gif

BS:
Dear
you can return the monitor but the return shipping fee is your charge
with our fedex account , it is $130
please confirm that so that we can send you the invoice for shipping fee.

thank you
Sincerely yours
Red-Cap


- Right - he wants to play this game, time to play the hard game - going to open up a ebay case.
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