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Originally Posted by James Freeman View Post

No can do, The return shipment is on the buyer, which will cost me around 100+$.
I'll have to learn to love it. thumb.gif

If you refuse the shipment they have to pay for return shipping. Sellers and Qnix are falsely advertising that the True 10 can overclock when it can't and does not use LED PWM Dimming/is Flicker Free (proven by TFT Central) but neither of these things are true. You might have to send paypal a few emails to dispute the seller to get a refund but it will be worth it. Make a logical decision and don't be a patsy.
Edited by MenacingTuba - 4/16/14 at 10:25am
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Update: It's getting late in the day Tuesday in SK and still no tracking info. It's been 9 days since I ordered... they (kcci) said it would ship yesterday. I just sent another email, and am on the verge of cancelling if the reply does not include a tracking #.
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Same here a few days back. I asked for tracking# and now saying they are out of stock. I am in the process of cancelling my order.
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I already had enough of them last thursday. Canceled my order, got my money back very quickly (atleast thats something good). Ordered a monitor from storewithstory last thursday and it got shipped this monday and will probably arrive tomorrow even tho i had some problems with the german customs (wanted a proof of payment).
If I would have sticked with my order from kcci the monitor would probably still be in Korea.

Not everyone here is anoyed by KCCI. I only have good things to say about KCCI-AU.
I ordered my QNIX from KCCI-AU on April, 3rd at 23:45. Seller shipped the monitor the next day, April, 4th (a Friday). Arrived at Lisbon airport on the 8th. Although being asked for "CE" certification by the Portuguese customs, and losing a week resolving the problem (btw, KCCI-AU did reply to my eBay messages in that period), I am already enjoying my 1440p gaming.
I was lucky enough to get a 0 dead pixel monitor with a minor 2cm backlight bleeding spot
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Not everyone here is anoyed by KCCI. I only have good things to say about KCCI-AU.
I ordered my QNIX from KCCI-AU on April, 3rd at 23:45. Seller shipped the monitor the next day, April, 4th (a Friday). Arrived at Lisbon airport on the 8th. Although being asked for "CE" certification by the Portuguese customs, and losing a week resolving the problem (btw, KCCI-AU did reply to my eBay messages in that period), I am already enjoying my 1440p gaming.
I was lucky enough to get a 0 dead pixel monitor with a minor 2cm backlight bleeding spot

I'm glad I read this post. I just ordered a perfect pixel qnix from kcci-us. They have a pretty good feedback rating but I guess only time will tell when I receive mine. I live in Canada and I have NEVER had problems with purchasing on ebay… hopefully that doesn't change.
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This is directed towards everyone. Assuming you're the type of person that notices it, is there really that much of a visual difference between 5ms on a TN panel vs 1ms on a TN panel ?

I contemplated that new Asus G-sync display, but I still think I want to take a chance with the Qnix.
 
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For me, I haven't noticed a blind bit of difference going from a 22" 5ms Benq to a 24" 1ms pro gaming benq monitor to the QNIX that I have now. Iv'e played enough on BF4, and racing sims like rfactor to not notice a blind bit of difference. Maybe it's just me, iv'e tried looking, but everything appears exactly the same, no more or less blur etc.
    
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Originally Posted by James Freeman View Post

No can do, The return shipment is on the buyer, which will cost me around 100+$.
I'll have to learn to love it. thumb.gif

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Originally Posted by Johnny Rook View Post

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Not everyone here is anoyed by KCCI. I only have good things to say about KCCI-AU.
I ordered my QNIX from KCCI-AU on April, 3rd at 23:45. Seller shipped the monitor the next day, April, 4th (a Friday). Arrived at Lisbon airport on the 8th. Although being asked for "CE" certification by the Portuguese customs, and losing a week resolving the problem (btw, KCCI-AU did reply to my eBay messages in that period), I am already enjoying my 1440p gaming.
I was lucky enough to get a 0 dead pixel monitor with a minor 2cm backlight bleeding spot
I made the seller pay back the postage. It's false advertising, you shouldn't be paying postage back for it, simple as. Also, it's not only when you experience problems, that you can really rate a seller. If everything goes to plan, there's good things to say in the speed and quality of the item, but if it were to break, that's when you analyse the good from the bad
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120.zip 9k .zip file
300, 250, 200 (my main profile), and 120 lumens.

96.zip 5k .zip file
200 and 120 lumens.

60.zip 5k .zip file
200 and 120 lumens.






Recalibrated some of my profiles in a total dark room, all 100% sRGB and verified with several passes for all profiles.
All "clicks" starts from when the screen is on the lowest visible brightness, since from what I found out is that at 120hz the absolute lowest brightness goes completely black after some time, say an hour or so. Anything below (96hz, 60) the lowest setting just flickers.
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Do you even search bro? smile.gif
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I'm glad I read this post. I just ordered a perfect pixel qnix from kcci-us. They have a pretty good feedback rating but I guess only time will tell when I receive mine. I live in Canada and I have NEVER had problems with purchasing on ebay… hopefully that doesn't change.

You will likely be waiting a while from kcci-us... I am also from Canada, and I ordered my perfect pixel display on April 12th, and after a quick eBay message exchange, I discovered they won't ship mine until April 22nd when their next shipment of displays arrive. They did offer to refund my money, but I am personally in no rush, but if you want yours quick, probably best to email them for a refund and order from someone else. They did mention that all sellers are currently running into trouble with stock... but I don't know how true that is.
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120.zip 9k .zip file
300, 250, 200 (my main profile), and 120 lumens.

96.zip 5k .zip file
200 and 120 lumens.

60.zip 5k .zip file
200 and 120 lumens.






Recalibrated some of my profiles in a total dark room, all 100% sRGB and verified with several passes for all profiles.
All "clicks" starts from when the screen is on the lowest visible brightness, since from what I found out is that at 120hz the absolute lowest brightness goes completely black after some time, say an hour or so. Anything below (96hz, 60) the lowest setting just flickers.
sweet thanks! Will try these later!
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