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i payed 269€ for the monitor itself and 35,40€ customs to the ups guy.

Cool, thanks for let me know - and what was it sent as?
A gift/reduced price or full price?
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and i can now say mine runs at 120hz
Without skipping frames?
post #16052 of 25887
X-STAR DP2710 seem to be a good price now.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=221239034169
post #16053 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Roland2 View Post

I actually have three of the QNIX 2710's. I haven't tried overclocking above 96hz, but all three run at 96Hz with no problems. You will need a very good video card (or SLI/Crossfire) if you're going to try playing games at high settings at 7860x1440. My first one was a Pixel Perfect, the other two were not. All look great with no bad pixels or noticeable backlight bleed. The colors are off slightly between the first one and the other two, but I find that once I'm in a game, I don't notice it at all.

Good luck with whatever you decide.

Ah thanks! What card do you have? Also, how do you connect them all to your GPU? 2 of my monitors connect direct DVI-DVI but the other two connect via DVI to miniDP adaptor (active). I wonder if these monitors would play nice with an adaptor. AFAIK, no GPU offers 3 DVI outputs on a single card.

I might order one pixel perfect and the rest would be regular ones, and I hope if there are problems with the regular ones, I'll just claim its the pixel perfect version they sent me. I was initially thinking of having to order all 3 monitors at once from the same seller, but since the price does include shipping, well, ordering all 3 doesn't really "save" me anything, right? Might just order 2 for now and see how things go. Any thoughts?
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

X-STAR DP2710 seem to be a good price now.

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=221239034169

It isn't pixel perfect and:
"
With FedEx and EMS shipping, under-valuing is not possible. According to FedEx and EMS shipping policy.
Only the actual price must be declared.
Therefore, even if you ask us for under-valuing, if the product is being shipped out via FedEx and EMS,
we can't do under-valuing, and custom taxes will be levied on buyer's side. Please be aware of this notification.

We are not responsible any applicable customs charge, taxes and duties.
These fees are not included in the item price or shipping cost. Such fees are to be paid by the buyer."
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Ah thanks! What card do you have? Also, how do you connect them all to your GPU? 2 of my monitors connect direct DVI-DVI but the other two connect via DVI to miniDP adaptor (active). I wonder if these monitors would play nice with an adaptor. AFAIK, no GPU offers 3 DVI outputs on a single card.

I might order one pixel perfect and the rest would be regular ones, and I hope if there are problems with the regular ones, I'll just claim its the pixel perfect version they sent me. I was initially thinking of having to order all 3 monitors at once from the same seller, but since the price does include shipping, well, ordering all 3 doesn't really "save" me anything, right? Might just order 2 for now and see how things go. Any thoughts?

I'm running 780 TI's in SLI, so I have plenty of DVI ports. I do have a DVI powered adaptor that I use from a different computer to one of mine through a dual link KVM switch, so I know they will work through an adaptor. I haven't tried to do surround on one card, so don't know if it would work. As far as ordering three at the same time: The prices have been so variable, it might be a good idea to get all three if you get a good price.
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171265170897

Seems to be the same stand mentioned in the first post, the HP OEM Stand.

Just linking if anyone is interested.
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

It isn't pixel perfect and:
"
With FedEx and EMS shipping, under-valuing is not possible. According to FedEx and EMS shipping policy.
Only the actual price must be declared.
Therefore, even if you ask us for under-valuing, if the product is being shipped out via FedEx and EMS,
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We are not responsible any applicable customs charge, taxes and duties.
These fees are not included in the item price or shipping cost. Such fees are to be paid by the buyer."

  • Perfect Pixel] X-STAR DP2710 LED 27" QHD 2560x1440 Samsung PLS Panel "Matt" seems to indicate it is perfect pixel, at least from a sellers perspective biggrin.gif
  • I though most if not all UK deliveries were done by FedEx and EMS?
post #16058 of 25887
Am looking for a monitor for Photo editing. I have been looking for the Qnix True10 since it has multiple ports. What concerns me are the following.

1) I dont see a lot of perfect pixel version in the True 10 Qnix
2) It uses a different panel than the regular qnix DVI-D. And so I am not sure how the the color rendition is. Qnix has been tested well for it out of the box color accuracy. Other wise I have to spend a $200 on a colorimeter.

The true 10 panel is similar to the one used in the benq BL2710Pt. And saw the review of it and it looks a little less Saturated when compared to the Qnix (review done by NCX) And he mentioned a standard setting is good but in use setting has limitations in the color correction you can do. Now am wondering what Qnix guys have used

I had a Qnix single port and it was great except that it had a scratch. Now I am looking for a multiport.

Anyone who has got the True 10 it would be great if you guys could add in a mini review.

Thanks
post #16059 of 25887
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Originally Posted by snapdragon View Post

Am looking for a monitor for Photo editing. I have been looking for the Qnix True10 since it has multiple ports. What concerns me are the following.

1) I dont see a lot of perfect pixel version in the True 10 Qnix
2) It uses a different panel than the regular qnix DVI-D. And so I am not sure how the the color rendition is. Qnix has been tested well for it out of the box color accuracy. Other wise I have to spend a $200 on a colorimeter.

The true 10 panel is similar to the one used in the benq BL2710Pt. And saw the review of it and it looks a little less Saturated when compared to the Qnix (review done by NCX) And he mentioned a standard setting is good but in use setting has limitations in the color correction you can do. Now am wondering what Qnix guys have used

I had a Qnix single port and it was great except that it had a scratch. Now I am looking for a multiport.

Anyone who has got the True 10 it would be great if you guys could add in a mini review.

Thanks

TFTCentral have a full review of the TRUE10 coming very soon.
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TFTCentral ‏@TFTCentral Feb 20
Should be receiving the new QNIX "QX2710 LED Evolution II DP Multi True 10" monitor in early March for review
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

  • Perfect Pixel] X-STAR DP2710 LED 27" QHD 2560x1440 Samsung PLS Panel "Matt" seems to indicate it is perfect pixel, at least from a sellers perspective biggrin.gif
  • I though most if not all UK deliveries were done by FedEx and EMS?
I don't think all are no. As for the pixel prefect, if you read description 0 to 2 are acceptable. Not for me though
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