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post #16821 of 25891
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Yeah that's why I was terrified waiting for the invoice. It seems customs literally just makes it up. Their customs costs chart is evidently a dartboard.
haha can you imagine if that was true biggrin.gif?
post #16822 of 25891
I've been having some problems with my Qnix-monitor when having it clocked to 96/110hz. I get some minor to slightly more annoying horizontal scan-lines(?). They have the same colour as the background they should display but they become a bit.. I don't really know how to explain it better. There is however nothing wrong with the rest of the screen. Only the top-right. I've tried to reinstall and repatch the Radeon drivers but without success.

Does anybody have any idea what causes this and how (and if) to fix it? Could it possibly be something with the automatically chosen clock speed on things through CRU? I have however opened the screen to fix some BLB, could it possibly be that a cord is loose? To add to that, the flickering/scan-lining is minor at sometimes but will at other times be more, as said, annoying. It also seems like it decreases when the monitor is laying down, instead of standing up.
Edited by Tmplt - 3/27/14 at 9:46am
post #16823 of 25891
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

I paid my fees this morning and it still says "Shipment held - Available upon receipt of payment" is this what happened to you? also, if you dont mind, can you tell me when yours was dispatched and when it arrived? im working tomorrow morning... dont want to miss it if possible.
one to two days to arrive. You can track it, and they'll send you a text anyway, so you can redeliver, like I did
post #16824 of 25891
Bought my monex last night and it's already in the U.S. Funny how it's faster than most US shipments.
    
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post #16825 of 25891
Bought a Qnix ultimate no pixel, lets hope all is fine once received. Be the perfect addition to my new Gaming Media system, just in need to buy my racing setup now! biggrin.gif
    
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post #16826 of 25891
I hadn't been to this thread in a while before yesterday. I saw a lot of posts where people state they hook their monitors up and OC to 120Hz through the NVCP without the patcher.

Did Nvidia get rid of the dual link 330MHz pixel clock cap in their recent drivers?

Can someone who used the no patcher method post a photo from the frame skipping test showing 96Hz or 120Hz?
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post #16827 of 25891
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I hadn't been to this thread in a while before yesterday. I saw a lot of posts where people state they hook their monitors up and OC to 120Hz through the NVCP without the patcher.

Did Nvidia get rid of the dual link 330MHz pixel clock cap in their recent drivers?

Can someone who used the no patcher method post a photo from the frame skipping test showing 96Hz or 120Hz?

I haven't been here in awhile ietehr but...ive been using the patcher and cru still and just slecting the HZ OC in NVidia control panel...I don't user NVidia custom thing...

imo it doersnt work if u don't patch it correctly I use sli btw and 110hz...
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post #16828 of 25891
All,

I see a few of you have been waiting a long time for ta-korea deliveries, can you let me know how long?

Mines 10 days since ordering and still not shipped, but I get the feeling some of you have been waiting longer? but with good results?

Thanks
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So what is the average looking bad light bleed on these as default?
    
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post #16830 of 25891
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I haven't been here in awhile ietehr but...ive been using the patcher and cru still and just slecting the HZ OC in NVidia control panel...I don't user NVidia custom thing...

imo it doersnt work if u don't patch it correctly I use sli btw and 110hz...

I went from the full patcher (I have SLI) + CRU method to using the full patcher + NVCP method since CRU was causing problems with GeForce Experience.

As far as I was aware you still need the patcher to overcome the 330MHz pixel clock (single card) limit but there are a lot of "I'm at 120Hz with no patch" posts now.
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