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Regardless, the monitor was shipped out finally on Friday using DHL. Got all the way from Korea to CINCINNATI HUB, OH - USA in under 16 hours, now is sitting at "Customs status updated". I assume customs doesn't work on weekends?

The wait has been long so far (6 days so far) but I am thinking I will get the monitor by monday or tuesday.

Mine sat in Cincinnati customs until Sunday, then it was cleared and shipped out Sunday night. I would have gotten it Monday but the flight was delayed. So you may be on for Monday.
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For those reading:

I bought Perfect Pixel] 27" Slim Qnix QX2710 Evolution II LED PLS 2560x1440 QHD Monitor from storewithastory on March 23rd.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=321300835630&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:US:1123

Sent an ebay message on the 25th asking why it hasn't shipped yet, storewith a story said that they were still testing the monitor.

Sent another message on the 27th asking why on earth testing takes this long. storewithastory said that they ran out of stock and offered a $15 credit. I declined saying I totally understand if the issue is with their supply chain and suggested they notify waiting customers in the future that they might experience a longer delay, especially considering their ebay listing says they ship out within 3 business days.

Regardless, the monitor was shipped out finally on Friday using DHL. Got all the way from Korea to CINCINNATI HUB, OH - USA in under 16 hours, now is sitting at "Customs status updated". I assume customs doesn't work on weekends?

The wait has been long so far (6 days so far) but I am thinking I will get the monitor by monday or tuesday.

Very odd. They accepted my bid on the ultimate perfect pixel on the 22nd. Shipped mine on the 25th and it arrived on the 28th (UK)
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Very odd. They accepted my bid on the ultimate perfect pixel on the 22nd. Shipped mine on the 25th and it arrived on the 28th (UK)

Meanwhile I have a monitor that I ordered on the 17th, that hasn't been shipped OR given a refund for.
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If wouldn't mind, can you say what seller it was and what listing it was for?
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Meanwhile I have a monitor that I ordered on the 17th, that hasn't been shipped OR given a refund for.
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If wouldn't mind, can you say what seller it was and what listing it was for?

Ta.korea.global

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/171236516279
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Hey guys! Just wondering... has anyone here gotten 3 of these babies hooked up to do surround gaming yet? What kind of demand is it on hardware?

Would 2x GTX770 4gb cards in SLI be able to handle that kind of output? Or would I need a pair of 780's/780ti? Or maybe even a titan (or two at that point?)

There's not much information on surround 1440p yet. Most game benchmarks are for 1080p resolutions.

And does anyone know a good place to get 1440p videos or something? I really wanna see some HD material on my QNIX smile.gif
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[snip]

And does anyone know a good place to get 1440p videos or something? I really wanna see some HD material on my QNIX smile.gif

I would also be interested! Anyways: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vrdgDdPApQ

http://www.overclock.net/t/1406370/does-anyone-know-where-to-download-or-watch-2560-x-1440p-movies/0_30

http://vimeo.com/33110953

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5BF9E09ECEC8F88F

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1995176
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Hey guys! Just wondering... has anyone here gotten 3 of these babies hooked up to do surround gaming yet? What kind of demand is it on hardware?

Would 2x GTX770 4gb cards in SLI be able to handle that kind of output? Or would I need a pair of 780's/780ti? Or maybe even a titan (or two at that point?)

There's not much information on surround 1440p yet. Most game benchmarks are for 1080p resolutions.

And does anyone know a good place to get 1440p videos or something? I really wanna see some HD material on my QNIX smile.gif

What you need is based more on what game(s) and what settings. You can run 3 off one video card if you want, but you'll probably need to lower settings to get decent frame rates. I'm running 3 using SLI'd 780TI's, but testing I did last week showed you can run all three from one video card. I did both a 780TI and an AMD 7970.
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In case you guys haven't already, you might want to check out SVP (Smooth Video Project) to interpolate videos into 120 Hz.

http://www.svp-team.com/
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I guess i'm just curious about something that'd do 60+ fps on ultra settings with 3 1440p monitors in surround.

Obviously that's going to be a pricey setup. I just know my GTX770 4gb card is running 1440p beastly smooth but think that it'd start choking if I hooked up two more of these suckers and tried to get surround going with it. Maybe even in SLI with another one.
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