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Yes I patched my driver. And yes I rebooted after creating the profile in CRU. Everything works, it just that the custom refresh rate doesnt persist after a reboot. it defaults back to 60hz and I have to manually select it.
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What's the input lag like on a normal single input Qnix?
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Well My x-star came in. I thought I might have some back light bleed in the top center, and "ips glow" in the bottom left, but maybe that is also backlight bleed? This picture looks bright, but yet somehow i think it understates bottom left corner issue.



Overall image is still nice. I recently bought an HP Zr30w despite the threads the 27" were better for gaming. I don't have prior experience with IPS glow, but the corners were definitely "glowy" in black scenes in the corners on the HP. I might have expecting too much (basically no glow) so long as I got lucky on this one. So BLB or glow? I pretty much know the funky stuff up top is blb.
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Originally Posted by greddy2000 View Post

Yes I patched my driver. And yes I rebooted after creating the profile in CRU. Everything works, it just that the custom refresh rate doesnt persist after a reboot. it defaults back to 60hz and I have to manually select it.

I am not sure then, sorry. I am using a 1GB GDDR5 7570, probably the lowest of the cards and 117Hz seems to stick for me even after reboots. The only change I made in CCC was to untick "Alternate DVI operational mode" in Digital Flat Panel properties, but I do not think that really changes everything. Is your pixel clock in CRU is close to 450MHz?
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Originally Posted by hogofwar View Post

What's the input lag like on a normal single input Qnix?

http://wecravegamestoo.com/forums/monitor-reviews-discussion/13500-qnix-qx2710-review-2560x1440-matte-overclock-able-pls.html

IIRC is around 29ms total, give or take 3ms, I think that translates to 1-1.5 frames.

Quality/detailed reviews claim 1-3 ms of actual input lag, then you add that to the response time. Although that obviously doesn't add up to anything near 29, but I'm sure other reviews said it was near that.

There's a fair chance that I'm remembering the 29ms total delay as being for another display.

Matte single-input.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA2RY0X59885

Notice it says 5-15 days to ship.

I also just thought of something, if the supply is almost gone, that leads me to wonder if they're now shipping out the ones people didn't want/returned.
Edited by Ascii Aficionado - 3/21/14 at 11:04am
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I am not sure then, sorry. I am using a 1GB GDDR5 7570, probably the lowest of the cards and 117Hz seems to stick for me even after reboots. The only change I made in CCC was to untick "Alternate DVI operational mode" in Digital Flat Panel properties, but I do not think that really changes everything. Is your pixel clock in CRU is close to 450MHz?

What OS are you using? I wonder why Win 8.1 keeps wanting to boot into 60hz.
post #16357 of 25893
Yes my pixel clock is 451mhz
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Unless someone has found a tweak, no, it cannot overclock without frameskipping from my tests and findings. I tried 75hz, 96hz, 120hz, all had major frameskipping. mad.gif

i second that. did nobody read my post 3 pages back: http://www.overclock.net/t/1384767/official-the-korean-pls-monitor-club-qnix-x-star/16340#post_21983941

after i mentioned the benq and it's frameskipping in the pcghx.de-board the did a second run of tests and updated their article: http://translate.google.de/translate?hl=de&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pcgameshardware.de%2FLCD-Hardware-154105%2FTests%2FQnix-QX2710-Test-1114181%2F%23a6
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I'm still waiting on my damn refund.
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I'm still waiting on my damn refund.

has the monitor even left their warehouse or something?
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