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Ultimate perfect pixel from StorewithStory. shipped via DHL, import duties paid yesterday, same as @Totally Dubbed

no dead pixels and i cant see any blacklight bleed at all. Running at 96hz atm though it runs fine at 110 as well. 120 results in a green mess.
so essentially we have the same monitor from the same seller!
I'm having issues with sli, it doesn't seem to want to run....
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so essentially we have the same monitor from the same seller!
I'm having issues with sli, it doesn't seem to want to run....

What do you mean by it doesn't want to run? I do have issues with SLI running COD ghosts, I get a fatal error every time at a certain point on the final train mission. If I disable SLI, it doesn't crash. Not 100% sure if the error below is my exact one, I copied it from another forum, its similar if not exact.


Direct3D Device: Present failed (DEVICE REMOVED): DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG (-2005270523)
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My qnix evo 2 ultimate Just shipped from Storewithstory. I think they forgot because i asked them it had shipped yet, then an hour later it shipped.
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What do you mean by it doesn't want to run? I do have issues with SLI running COD ghosts, I get a fatal error every time at a certain point on the final train mission. If I disable SLI, it doesn't crash. Not 100% sure if the error below is my exact one, I copied it from another forum, its similar if not exact.


Direct3D Device: Present failed (DEVICE REMOVED): DXGI_ERROR_DEVICE_HUNG (-2005270523)

http://www.overclock.net/t/1477389/need-some-help-with-a-quick-sli-issue
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the only fault i can find is that the whites are too white they hurt my eyes. solved that with a few clicks and a colour profile.


out of curiosity, what difference, if any, would this cable make over the supplied one? for reaching 120hz.
Edited by Chowchilla - 3/28/14 at 9:30am
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There are no defaults with an OSD-less monitor. Panels vary between the same monitor model, this is expected. The colorimeter helps you start by getting the same whitepoint on both via first setting the RGB channels to suitable positions, then making a color profile that the PC loads at the graphics cards side to correct the rest. Both the Qnix and the X-Star get calibrated to a reference point but before you start, the colorimeter would have helped you adjust the RGB sliders on the Qnix to get an accurate white. With the X-Star you will have to resort exclusively to a software color profile, as do all single-input Qnix / X-Star users.
That would be PERFECT for you, larrytek7. We'll help you get good profiles and then you can return the Colormunki.

@snapdragon, I'm hoping it's the Colormunki Display? Because that's an excellent sensor.

Thanks for your reply. I'm not quite hardcore enough to rent calibrating equipment. Besides I've already spent close to $1,000 between the two monitors a dual link dvi kvm and two dual link display adapters for my Macbook Pro. I basically adjusted the QNIX to match the X-Star manually the best I could and loaded the Asus PB278Q icc file. I'm happy with the way this looks. BTW, the muli port QNIX does not overclock very well. I couldn't even get 96hz so I'll be using the X-Star (OC to 96hz) as my main display for games and movies.
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Thanks for your reply. I'm not quite hardcore enough to rent calibrating equipment. Besides I've already spent close to $1,000 between the two monitors a dual link dvi kvm and two dual link display adapters for my Macbook Pro. I basically adjusted the QNIX to match the X-Star manually the best I could and loaded the Asus PB278Q icc file. I'm happy with the way this looks. BTW, the muli port QNIX does not overclock very well. I couldn't even get 96hz so I'll be using the X-Star (OC to 96hz) as my main display for games and movies.

The multi port will also skip frames overclocking, so don't even bother.
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post #16898 of 25911
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The multi port will also skip frames overclocking, so don't even bother.

The QNIX is supposed to be a True10 version with 4ms response time but since I can't overclock it do you think I'll be better of using my X-Star (OC to 96hz) for gaming instead? I believe the X-Star response time is 8ms.
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Thanks for your reply. I'm not quite hardcore enough to rent calibrating equipment. Besides I've already spent close to $1,000 between the two monitors a dual link dvi kvm and two dual link display adapters for my Macbook Pro. I basically adjusted the QNIX to match the X-Star manually the best I could and loaded the Asus PB278Q icc file. I'm happy with the way this looks. BTW, the muli port QNIX does not overclock very well. I couldn't even get 96hz so I'll be using the X-Star (OC to 96hz) as my main display for games and movies.
Don't bother overclocking the multi-input, it skips frames to reach 60 back again.

Ignore the stated response times as well. The X-Star at 96Hz will stomp the Qnix True10 (60Hz) for gaming.
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Don't bother overclocking the multi-input, it skips frames to reach 60 back again.

Ignore the stated response times as well. The X-Star at 96Hz will stomp the Qnix True10 (60Hz) for gaming.

I'm almost tempted to sell my X-Star and get a QNIX True10 D-DVI only, this will give me a 4ms response time display that I'm assuming I'll be able to overclock to at least 96Hz. Think it's worth the difference in response time?
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