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Hey, I have been reading some of you guys have been having to buy adapters or use your own for the PS.

I bought from Excellentcastle 4-5 weeks ago and the correct power cord was in the box for the US. No adapter or anything, just the correct cord like I had bought it in the US.

Just thought I would mention that for anyone interested.
post #16042 of 25893
Just a "silly" question, does qnix has an official website? Can't find it anywhere.....
post #16043 of 25893

My monitor will be here today! Let's hope dream-seller did me good!
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Just a "silly" question, does qnix has an official website? Can't find it anywhere.....

http://q-nix.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=driver from the first post, but it seems to be down/changed.
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1 day to go.....
post #16046 of 25893
I bought a ulitmate perfect pixel qnix from excellentcastle for 305€ in total. Took ups about 4 days to get it to my city and 2 days to get it to my doorsteps.

The monitor itself is truely perfect, i got no dead/stuck pixel and close to no backlight bleeding so ulitmate perfect is kind of on spot here smile.gif

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Edited by GamerGER - 3/19/14 at 7:02am
post #16047 of 25893
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Nop - I need to wait for the case to "close" so that I can claim my money back.
Seller has till the 25th to respond.

I bet they'll say: We accept the refund but you need to pay postage, which is unacceptable in every stretch of my imagination. If the monitor is faulty (say it has a defect) why should I pay a single penny back? It's not my fault, it's the reseller, or manufacturer.

My mum was telling me I should just take the monitor, open, test it etc and then if I don't like it sell it on.
I would do that, but instead of getting fedex to deliver it and/or me opening the box (so incurring restocking fees if it were to be accepted for a return)

I'm out of pocket by £220 right now. I'm not at all happy.

First a gumtree seller scamming me on a GTX680 sale, now this.
£360 or so is with paypal/ebay right now, and I do't have any of the items.
Thankfully you're still covered by ebay/paypal!
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Originally Posted by GamerGER View Post

I bought a ulitmate perfect pixel qnix from excellentcastle for 295€ in total. Took ups about 4 days to get it to my city and 2 days to get it to my doorsteps.

The monitor itself is truely perfect, i got no dead/stuck pixel and close to no backlight bleeding so ulitmate perfect is kind of on spot here smile.gif

yup I put in an offer with them - can't be bothered to wait on red-cap no more.
Did you have any customs charges etc?
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Originally Posted by kevinsbane View Post

Thankfully you're still covered by ebay/paypal!

Well, don't know if I am really.
If they can't resolve it I'll call eBay - as it is ridiculous.
post #16049 of 25893
i payed 269€ for the monitor itself and 35,40€ customs to the ups guy.
post #16050 of 25893
and i can now say mine runs at 120hz
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