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post #17021 of 25888
Ugh...

I ordered a Qnix (the non-multi edition, because I want to OC) from www.2560x1440monitor.com. I had a few questions answered by email from the seller, who also appears to be behind BigClothCraft on Ebay (?) and he was very kind and informative.
However... It took them 4 days to make my order go from "Pending" to "Processed". The order was changed to "Processed" on Friday (28th), but I've not heard anything since. I've not gotten a tracking number or anything else since, and it seems the non-multi edition of the Qnix has been pulled away from the store, leaving only the multi-input editions left.

Should I be worried? Tomorrow it's been a whole week since I placed my order but I've had no confirmation of any shipment yet...
post #17022 of 25888
any profile i add with colour sustainer makes the screen flicker.

well... apart from one yasamoka linked to a while back biggrin.gif
Edited by Chowchilla - 3/31/14 at 7:00am
post #17023 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

what are you using to revert to the asus one?
colour sustainer doesn't work with the asus one

I use CpKeeper.
post #17024 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Watagump View Post

Here is the profile I am using right now, its my favorite. 12 clicks up from the lowest brightness, 96hz around 123 cd/m white point.

ICCProfile.zip 11k .zip file

OK sorted - that now works and yes agreed, better than your last!
I'm at 15 clicks from (complete black monitor) - 14click from super low brightness

What's your definition of lowest brightness?
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 3/31/14 at 7:11am
post #17025 of 25888
seems to be an issue with these profile programs and F.lux. i cant live without Flux frown.gif
post #17026 of 25888
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Originally Posted by wisecrack View Post

This one I like very much and I used plenty thanks.

I always keep reverting to the Asus one ,but will give this one a couple of days.

what brightness are you at with the Asus profile?
post #17027 of 25888
I'm not sure I like my brightness to be high so I'm currently on 16 clicks from B-
post #17028 of 25888
Quote:
Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

what are you using to revert to the asus one?
colour sustainer doesn't work with the asus one
I posted the workaround a few pages back already.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

any profile i add with colour sustainer makes the screen flicker.

well... apart from one yasamoka linked to a while back biggrin.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

seems to be an issue with these profile programs and F.lux. i cant live without Flux frown.gif
Of course. F.lux changes colors by using the same method as any color profile application software. The conflict is because both software want to preserve their color profiles.

Just a question, why don't you guys give feedback when you face issues like these? I have already covered them in my forum thread. New cases that arise, I can cover them as well. Plus, if there's a real bug, I can fix it.

Also, read the readme. Know how the application works. Then it would become clear why you get "flicker", which is basically the profiles switching every second between Color Sustainer profile and F.lux (default polling period for Color Sustainer is 1000ms).

I have a bunch of warmer profiles here.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/coyn2hldsqkzjte/Qnix%20Profiles%20%282014-03-30%29.zip

5000K / 6500K - gamma 1.8 / 2.0 / 2.2 / 2.4 / 2.6 sRGB 60Hz 96Hz 110Hz (not all possible combinations).

You can also use the minitool CaptureGammaRamp to capture the F.lux loaded profiles into an ICC-ish file that Color Sustainer can use.

All those who use Color Sustainer, update to v1.03.3 if you haven't done so already.
Edited by yasamoka - 3/31/14 at 7:52am
post #17029 of 25888
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Originally Posted by Chowchilla View Post

what brightness are you at with the Asus profile?

You can try mine if you like i made them at 200 cd/m2 which is about 18 clicks up from a black screen for the 120hz and 17 clicks up for the 96hz...I always calibrate at 200cd/m as my computor is in my study which has 6 windows...also 120cd/m is a very dim brightness which is ideal for editing photographs with maybe a monitor hood!..i believe its to dim for general purpose use and i believe many others would find it to dim also!

My profiles are also calibrated at the monitors native white point which i believe is the best way to calibrate these monitors as they have no OSD RGB settings to adjust to try to force them to a specific white point like for example 5000k or 5800k etc....In-fact the Qnix native white point is a very near perfect industry standard at 6500k out of the box at 60hz!...mine is 6555k....Anyhow anyone is more than welcome to try my ICC profiles below calibrated at the Qnix native white point.

Nativedispcal120hz96hz200cdm.zip 26k .zip file
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post #17030 of 25888
Anyone suggest how long UK customs normally takes to release a monitor?

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