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Well My qnix arrived and this is what i'm stuck with. Should I ask for a refund or just go ahead and try the tape mod? It is really noticeable when playing games or watching videos.

post #16962 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Optimus1978 View Post

Well; seen that the flight that my monitor was on landed at heathrow last night - but it's not gone any further on order tracking.


What have you guys seen before? Does it usually take a while to reappear from customs? I expected it to get pulled by customs last night - and have an email for a customs charge this morning?

Also - does the tracking provided run to the door , or will I get a new tracking number for a UK currier?



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Who is your courier? Mine (DHL) went from Germany to my local depot overnight, passing through customs in the early hours. I only got a customs charge notification when it got to my delivery depot, they dispatched it the next day.

You should keep the same tracker all the way.

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Delivered - Signed for by : ILLEGABLE 12:35

my writing isn't that bad frown.gif

It's shipped via EMS and arrived at Heathrow last night. No update on tracking since leaving korean with a flight number.


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post #16963 of 25887
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Originally Posted by autobtsrllout View Post

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

I'm now running SLI 680s 2GB cards.
Only got a VRAM limit for AA on BF4.

Apart from that - with your 4GB cards, you'll be absolutely fine - better setup than a single 780ti setup you got there.
So yeah, you're good to go (on any current gen game that's out) - and I'm basing it off the most intensive one your PC can go through -> BF4.
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Well My qnix arrived and this is what i'm stuck with. Should I ask for a refund or just go ahead and try the tape mod? It is really noticeable when playing games or watching videos.


Not sure how bad that is really.
post #16964 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Rhaxas View Post

Well My qnix arrived and this is what i'm stuck with. Should I ask for a refund or just go ahead and try the tape mod? It is really noticeable when playing games or watching videos.



if you feel confident you could try taking it appart and straightening out the frame.
post #16965 of 25887
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Originally Posted by ToastyX View Post

Where are you having this problem? This shouldn't happen if you disabled hardware acceleration in Flash and any video players/decoders you're using.

It happens randomly when im gaming. Dont know iif its my gpu oc but it will happen when im at stock settings also. Have never had any issues before with my old dell.
post #16966 of 25887
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I'm now running SLI 680s 2GB cards.
Only got a VRAM limit for AA on BF4.

Apart from that - with your 4GB cards, you'll be absolutely fine - better setup than a single 780ti setup you got there.
So yeah, you're good to go (on any current gen game that's out) - and I'm basing it off the most intensive one your PC can go through -> BF4.
Not sure how bad that is really.

Yea I was curious as well I wasn't 100% sure how bad this backlight bleed was. Anyone else have an opinion on it?
post #16967 of 25887
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Yea I was curious as well I wasn't 100% sure how bad this backlight bleed was. Anyone else have an opinion on it?
You didn't take a photo in the correct angle to show backlight bleed alone. There are angles you should take a photo at for backlight bleed, yellow bleed (panel pressure), etc...
post #16968 of 25887
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It happens randomly when im gaming. Dont know iif its my gpu oc but it will happen when im at stock settings also. Have never had any issues before with my old dell.
The problem doesn't affect gaming. You're having a completely different problem.
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I should have mine next week as it's already made it to the states ^_^
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Originally Posted by jgee77 View Post

I use Windows Media Center as an extender for my Ceton InfiniTV4 running on my HTPC rig (Verizon Fios cable) in the living room and while some have reported no HDCP issues (NVidia users I presume based on Toasty's comments about no patch necessary to overclock to 96Hz I believe and therefore not breaking/altering the signed drivers) I cetainly seem stuck as an AMD customer. Given my short time in this scene, are there any rumblings that HDCP could one day stay in tact despite the patch or is that just wishful thinking on my part? I've done quite a bit of looking around but assume most couldn't care less about giving up HDCP to get the overclock (especially since most here are gamers at heart).

If anyone using the AMD patch to overclock has managed to keep WMC functionality in regards to live tv that is HDCP protected I'd be all ears to hear out some possible solutions. At this point (being a minimal gamer at most, it means more to me to have TV capabilities than an overclock if I had to choose just one, but it sure would be nice to have it all! thumb.gif Thanks for any thoughts/guidance!

Try using this to switch between the patched and unpatched driver without needing to reboot: atikmdag-switcher.zip
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