Originally Posted by htapocysp
Got my qnix 2710 from storewithstory. zero dead pixels and no blb at all. super happy.
I've been watching your posts... You ordered the same model as me , got it from the same seller as me, got notified of it's arrival at the same time as me, and received yours at the same time as me. I also have 0 bad pixels and it's very difficult to detect backlight bleed. I don't know if you've overclocked yours yet, but I have. I got mine to 120hz in one click and have verified that it's not skipping frames nor producing any artifacts or even a perceptible gamma shift. I guess if you want to be nit-picky there is a tiny bit of panel play, (it sits low) but it's not enough to cover any pixels up. The only reason i noticed was because there was a 2-3 mm gap between the top row of pixels and the bezel.
FOR THE OP: I paid $364.98 - it's the Matte version - bought from storewithstory.
Point is, you may be incredibly lucky and have just as much of a good time overclocking!
FYI: I'm running this on a single 290x, and using the stock DVI-D cable. If it matters, I tried it in crossfire too and it was fine.
So yeah, perfect monitor, all I have to do now is calibrate the color!
EDIT: Looks like you also have a 290x You're starting to creep me out!
130hz: 3-5 various pixels begin to flicked red, could be more, I switched back promptly
140hz: works terrible, I get major display corruption (?) where every pixel begins tweaking out.
130hz+Reduced DVI Frequency: PERFECT
140hz+Reduced DVI Frequency: Minimal display corruption - 3 horizontal lines that looks like flickering grey, and a small haze of flickering pixels along the top of the monitor (other pixels blink throughout too)
MY QUESTION: How do you it to remember the refresh rate you chose when you restart windows 8.1?
Here's me playing Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii @ 2560x1440
Here's me playing Shadow of the Colossus on the PS2 @ 2560x1440
Final Boss:Edited by winterkid09 - 4/1/14 at 1:45am