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post #16631 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Overfiend View Post

I hear ya.

To be honest I'm going to push for a full refund anyway, including shipping costs. It says that its default refresh rate is 75hz. If I start this up, and I get frame skipping even at 75, then as far as I'm concerned it is not what I ordered.
Best of luck!
post #16632 of 25891
Thanks!

Even if he refuses to refund me, I think ebay will get me my money back.

As it states in the picture I attached, 75hz is the default for these monitors. Now if it says 75hz, but skips any frames over 60, then it is a defective product, or different to the product that I ordered.

post #16633 of 25891
Is it still advisable to get a Qnix then? How much is taxes to England?
    
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post #16634 of 25891
Now I can say I'm a proud owner of a Qnix 2710 matte bought from ebay from storewithstory.
It was a very hard decision (three months I've read on forums) between VG278HR and this, but finally I preferred better colors and resolution at under half of the price of a 3D 144Hz FHD TN panel .
Paid 365.25 USD for a PP version with free shipping, arrived 5 days later in Romania and after another 2 days in custom finally it's on my desk.
On the box which by the way was packed in a protective foam, there is a sticker with Zero Dead Pixel and I checked and indeed it does not have any dead or stuck pixels. BLB is minor, in the lower left corner more pronounced but at the moment I can live with it. Later I'll do mod tape for BLB fix and maybe a DIY aluminium VESA desk stand with monitor debezeled and painted matte black (metal frame only smile.gif ).
Without any other tools than Nvidia control panel (video card is a Gigabyte 780 Ti Windforce OC) I managed 96Hz and up to 105Hz without issues. More than this it get artifacts so I decided to go with 96Hz at the moment.
I was using a Hama DVI-D so nothing special. I'll try later with included cable to see if it improves but 96Hz for me I think it's fine. Also HDCP is present.
I have few questions:

1. can somebody recommend me a very good 96Hz ICC profile for it? I tried few but white have a yellow tint and 120Hz it's too cold.
2. I started Thief game and it sees right resolution and refresh at 96Hz. This means it's working at 96Hz for real or how can I test it to be sure? As I said before I have a 780 Ti with an 2600K @ 4Ghz and 8GB RAM









Edited by dragosjurca - 3/25/14 at 2:06pm
post #16635 of 25891
Thought to let you guys know - the original QNIX I ordered via Fedex, that got returned and fully refunded.
I JUST got a customs letter by Fedex for £22. I'm not paying it obviously, I'll have to call Fedex and let them know that I don't have the product and have returned it.
post #16636 of 25891
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Originally Posted by dragosjurca View Post

Now I can say I'm a proud owner of a Qnix 2710 matte bought from ebay from storewithstory.
It was a very hard decision (three months I've read on forums) between VG278HR and this, but finally I preferred better colors and resolution at under half of the price of a 3D 144Hz FHD TN panel .
Paid 365.25 USD for a PP version with free shipping, arrived 5 days later in Romania and after another 2 days in custom finally it's on my desk.
On the box which by the way was packed in a protective foam, there is a sticker with Zero Dead Pixel and I checked and indeed it does not have any dead or stuck pixels. BLB is minor, in the lower left corner more pronounced but at the moment I can live with it. Later I'll do mod tape for BLB fix and maybe a DIY aluminium VESA desk stand with monitor debezeled and painted matte black (metal frame only smile.gif ).
Without any other tools than Nvidia control panel (video card is a Gigabyte 780 Ti Windforce OC) I managed 96Hz and up to 105Hz without issues. More than this it get artifacts so I decided to go with 96Hz at the moment.
I was using a Hama DVI-D so nothing special. I'll try later with included cable to see if it improves but 96Hz for me I think it's fine. Also HDCP is present.
I have few questions:

1. can somebody recommend me a very good 96Hz ICC profile for it? I tried few but white have a yellow tint and 120Hz it's too cold.
2. I started Thief game and it sees right resolution and refresh at 96Hz. This means it's working at 96Hz for real or how can I test it to be sure? As I said before I have a 780 Ti with an 2600K @ 4Ghz and 8GB RAM Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Qnix has a new logo! (Since I purchased mine at least.)

Also, what mouse pad is that?

Edit:
Just going to take a wild guess that it's a Roccat Siru tongue.gif
Edited by coelacanth - 3/25/14 at 2:28pm
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post #16637 of 25891
So it's been 3 weeks since I ordered my monitor from dream-seller and FedEx apparently came by in the 90 seconds I was in the bathroom and ninja left the "sorry we missed you" tag. I'm going to dehydrate myself tomorrow in fear of missing them again while using the bathroom...
post #16638 of 25891
post #16639 of 25891
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Originally Posted by lasttimei View Post

so the True10 =no good so what are those qnix that also have true10 on the're name.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/QNIX-QX2710-LED-Evolution-ll-DPmulti-TRUE10-Matte-27-2560x1440-10bit-Monitor-/131131920531?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item1e88125093

That is the True 10 display that we've been talking about.
post #16640 of 25891
So, I just got a QNIX 2710 matte and I followed the OC guide and everything says that the resolution is at 96hz....except the http://www.testufo.com/#test=frameskipping test. This is still reading 60hz. I am not sure what I could have done wrong.
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