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Just some advice to anyone who reads this and is thinking of purchasing a 24 AWG (thick) DVI cable in hopes to attain 120 Hz.

Short story, it doesn't work.
Long story, I previously had 660 GTX in SLI, couldn't get to 120Hz without green line artifacting (Toasty's patch & tightened timings all tried). Now I have an Asus 780Ti DC2 overclocked @ 1266/1925 (Toasty's patch & tightened timings all tried) with the original & thick cable, exact same results as my 660 in SLI.

My conclusion, it depends on your monitor luck. Which is the same conclusion most others in this thread have reached. Don't waste money on expensive cables.

BTW I'm 100% stable on 96Hz 24/7
Edited by dude0014 - 4/23/14 at 10:35am
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Hello people! biggrin.gif

I've lurked here and in other similar threads for a few weeks. Thanks for everyone who contributed to it so far, you have all helped me out a lot already!

Bought a Qnix QX2710 Evo II Single DVI-D input last week and got it today. I bought it on Ebay from storewithstory /"BCC Korea Inc" for 239.90 €, shipping included, not pixel perfect. Considering conversion rates, it was the best deal I found. Unfortunately the seller didn't put an invoice anywhere on the box, so DHL inquired about it for customs and I sent them a screen shot from my Ebay page and the PayPal receipt. That was good enough. But they messed up anyway, since I had to pay customs (wrong) and VAT (too much). I'm currently waiting on an email reply, paid 85.55 € when I should have paid around 46€. We'll see.

I set it up and it worked right out of the box. Luckily, Korean plugs are the same as German ones, so I didn't need the adapter he put in the box (nice to have anyway). Looked for panel play, excessive BLB and pixel issues. Found a green pixel on black/blue background (nothing on white, red, green) in the lower right corner. It's hard to see on blue, but relatively clear on black. But in ordinary tasks, I doubt I'll notice anything. BLB is there on the top of the monitor, but even when I darken my room as much as possible at 7pm, I really have to squint to see it. There is a rather big gap between the panel and the bezel in the middle of the lower bar, it gets better towards the sides. But since that doesn't seem to impact IQ so far, I don't care much. So I'm overall pretty happy with it. Also, I hear no noise coming from the power brick or the monitor so far.

Coming from a Samsung S27A850D of the second batch (the one without all the BLB issues), I am happy that it isn't a noticeable downgrade. The default stand of the Samsung is obviously better, but the Qnix has the same height/tilt I used my Samsung at, so that's a big plus. I also have a height adjustable 100x100 Vesa mount laying around if I ever get the urge to have more options. The glossy plastic is a bit annoying, the lowest portion of the bezel has a nice non-glossy texture to it, why couldn't they just have used that everywhere.

I started OC'ing it right after I checked the general stuff. Hit 96Hz easily, but 120Hz had banding on large color blocks and red-tinted grey. Long story short, it seems my HD7970 can't do more than 450MHz pixel clock, I tried my own cable (I think that was from the Samsung monitor) and the supplied one, both show the same issue. So I'm running it now at 115Hz at reduced settings and have a default 60 Hz profile for driver upgrades and 96Hz if I get the urge to watch 24p content and 115Hz doesn't cut it there. Maybe I get a bigger cable at some point and try again, but honestly, I'm content for now.

I haven't had time to play a game, yet. But I'm really looking forward to it. I'll probably have to reduce settings on newer titles, since I'm not going CF (I have a good 550W PSU and water cooling, so I don't want to mess with anything at the moment). Maybe I'll upgrade when the 20nm GPUs are good. I'm using a color profile from dascth and like it.

Now I just have to find someone who wants to buy my Samsung, hopefully for a small profit compared to the Qnix. biggrin.gif
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Is there any way to repair this stuck pixel?

ECOMADE Arena says that "Dark & White dots are up to 3 dots agreed to perfect pixel standard."

Apparently, R,G,B "dot" cannot exist in the perfect pixel, but 3-5 white/gray "dots" can exist. The defective pixel isn't visible when displaying White/Red/Blue/Green shades, but only when it's grey and dark shades, leading me to believe that the pixel is defective and is absorbing light from the back-lighting, even when it shouldn't.

They also mention in their warranty image that "In other words, perfect pixel monitor does not have bright stuck pixels." Don't know how much I should fight them on this.

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Originally Posted by Jamaican Reaper View Post

I'm looking to order from storewithstory,just curious how long did they take to ship (also how long after you oredered did it arrive) and who did they use for delivery....

I think they shipped next day, and then DHL took about three days to deliver it. I ordered Wednesday and got it the next Tuesday, I think it was. That was a day later than it should have been due to a DHL flight delay.
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Is there any way to repair this stuck pixel?

ECOMADE Arena says that "Dark & White dots are up to 3 dots agreed to perfect pixel standard."

Apparently, R,G,B "dot" cannot exist in the perfect pixel, but 3-5 white/gray "dots" can exist. The defective pixel isn't visible when displaying White/Red/Blue/Green shades, but only when it's grey and dark shades, leading me to believe that the pixel is defective and is absorbing light from the back-lighting, even when it shouldn't.

They also mention in their warranty image that "In other words, perfect pixel monitor does not have bright stuck pixels." Don't know how much I should fight them on this. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


There are a couple of programs that are supposed to be able to help fix stuck pixels, you could try one of them and see if it helps. This is one of them:

http://www.jscreenfix.com

Or

http://www.jscreenfix.com/screensaver.html
Edited by Forceman - 4/23/14 at 1:05pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bluedevil View Post

Is there something I am missing when setting a color profile? Can't seem to set it at all.

I get this error.

color management system - device is not ready

Also my QX2710 shows up as a Generic PnP Monitor...thinking.gif
Use Color Sustainer. Highly recommended! wink.gif

http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/color_sustainer_download.html
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sgt Bilko View Post

So Multi Input will not overclock at all?
Quote:
Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

It's not a lie... One seller has shown his monitor overclocked to 120Hz, running the TestUFO test. However, he did not know how to actually test for the frameskip. The video clearly showed frameskip (every other frame) which means that the monitor skips frames when overclocked beyond 60Hz. The seller, as far as he knew, had the monitor overclocked to 120Hz.

Instead of accusing them of lying, just send them a message explaining frameskip to them, helping others who are doing the same. The sellers will very likely cooperate since we are the target market for these monitors.

This exactly ... but I would also refer him to the recent TFT official Review [HERE] ...
I've been very vocal about this since the release of the True10 multi-input [like HERE]
. You could also search my posts last 2-3 weeks (this thread). This has lead to a private conversation with one of the major Korean re-sellers reps who deals directly with QNIX. He speaks very good English and understands our complaints/arguments regarding false advertising legalese. He now understands our complaints regarding the True10 overclocks and frame skipping/dropping thumb.gif
We are currently conversing about the problem below regarding Tempered Glass being sold as a "true" glossy panel. Korean education is the key and I think "some" progress is being made wink.gif If your really interested you can PM me for details?

Quote:
Originally Posted by MGMG8GT View Post

It has about as much truth in it as when I was sold my 'glossy' panel variant that, even after MULTIPLE direct confirmations of what glossy was, came in tempered glass. I called him out on it and tried to explain the difference, but he said that since I could see my reflection in the monitor it was obviously glossy.

I feel your frustration and as mentioned above I hope we are making progress here. Would you mind recalling (PM?) or linking the details of your frustrating experience? Thanks

Quote:
Originally Posted by bluedevil View Post

Is there something I am missing when setting a color profile? Can't seem to set it at all.

I get this error.

color management system - device is not ready
Also my QX2710 shows up as a Generic PnP Monitor...thinking.gif
Quote:
Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

Use Color Sustainer. Highly recommended! wink.gif

http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/color_sustainer_download.html

Agreed again! I use it but be warned you'll have to use Yaz's work around [HERE] for some older profiles like in the OP wink.gif
As far as the generic monitor naming make sure you have installed the QNIX monitor driver 1st, should work fine for AMD cards as well .... see zip file

QNIXmonitordriver.zip 1k .zip file

Oooops forgot another pretty decent "private" ebay auction came on last night ... 120Hz tested with a coulple of funky pixels to the side rolleyes.gif

Presently $200 free ship / 2 days left redface.gif
http://www.ebay.com/itm/201078103620?_trksid=p2055119.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Edit: I think this is OCN member "exzacklyright" [HERE] ... SoCal wink.gif
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Just received tracking confirm from kcci-us. I hope the wait was well worth it. Wish me luck:thumbsups
post #17878 of 25969
Hey guys just ordered my monitor....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-27-Slim-Qnix-QX2710-Evolution-II-LED-PLS-2560x1440-QHD-Monitor-/221413502872?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item338d45ef98

I have read about there being patches to use,not sure when and why it would be needed,i will be using sli 780's and hopefully be able to get to 96Hz....

Is there any software i will need to get a 96Hz overclock,also how do you change the generic monitor naming....?
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This exactly ... but I would also refer him to the recent TFT official Review [HERE] ...
I've been very vocal about this since the release of the True10 multi-input [like HERE]
. You could also search my posts last 2-3 weeks (this thread). This has lead to a private conversation with one of the major Korean re-sellers reps who deals directly with QNIX. He speaks very good English and understands our complaints/arguments regarding false advertising legalese. He now understands our complaints regarding the True10 overclocks and frame skipping/dropping thumb.gif
We are currently conversing about the problem below regarding Tempered Glass being sold as a "true" glossy panel. Korean education is the key and I think "some" progress is being made wink.gif If your really interested you can PM me for details?

Just got a reply back from the seller, seems they were misinformed about this:
Quote:
Hello
We received information from manufacturer.
According to spec of computer, Max OC is 120Hz.
About OC, we have not enough information.
Thanks

Thanks for your input as well, there are too many pages in this thread now for me to go through it one by one redface.gif
 
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Originally Posted by Jamaican Reaper View Post

Hey guys just ordered my monitor....

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Perfect-Pixel-27-Slim-Qnix-QX2710-Evolution-II-LED-PLS-2560x1440-QHD-Monitor-/221413502872?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item338d45ef98

I have read about there being patches to use,not sure when and why it would be needed,i will be using sli 780's and hopefully be able to get to 96Hz....

Is there any software i will need to get a 96Hz overclock,also how do you change the generic monitor naming....?
Congrats.
There is a few different methods. Easiest way is to add a custom resolution profile in the NVCP. Set to 96Hz, test, apply. Done. Going up to 120Hz, if stable, will cause a color shift and a more complex method is involved to add a color profile. See first page of this thread for instructions.

BTW 780 SLI......... You should be aiming for 120Hz. thumb.gif
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Just got a reply back from the seller, seems they were misinformed about this:
Thanks for your input as well, there are too many pages in this thread now for me to go through it one by one redface.gif
1700+ pages is a lot!!! LOL. These single input OCable 1440p are one of the most popular gaming and workstation monitors currently available.

BTW 99% of those Ebay sellers will just tell you anything, and most will not even under stand what a skipped-frame is. Best to get your info from OCN. thumb.gif
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