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post #181 of 25922
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Originally Posted by blackforce View Post

o/c it and see how dim this thing gets, the input lag is bad, my asus true 120hz 27in 1080 is much better. time to sell this thing already. seems like a good moniter for the price but not my cup of tea, and this one has no dead or stuck pixels and very little light bleed at the top.
This thing should have less input lag than your Asus LCD since it only has a bypass board.
About the dimming when overclocking, there are color profiles in the OP post which fix this.
Maybe you mean the response time (motion blur on fast moving pictures) is worse than on your Asus monitor? Because everyone here knows that.

I don't really know what you're complaining about dude, 0 dead pixels and no backlight bleed and you prefer a 1080p TN panel over a 1440p PLS.
Well, whatever.
post #182 of 25922
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Originally Posted by blackforce View Post

o/c it and see how dim this thing gets, the input lag is bad, my asus true 120hz 27in 1080 is much better. time to sell this thing already. seems like a good moniter for the price but not my cup of tea, and this one has no dead or stuck pixels and very little light bleed at the top.

mines actually lookin better than my catleap (with a bit of tinkering with settings and colour profiles)

catleap 60hz


qnix 120hz


bo2 @ 120hz (I like saturation!)


the camera makes them both look a bit more oversaturated but still very nice indeed and the smoothness from 120hz is phenomenal never go back now
Edited by fullban - 4/26/13 at 4:01am
post #183 of 25922
Cheapest matt with 100% sure OC capability? Think of dream seller matte for $326.90 thinking.gif
post #184 of 25922
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Originally Posted by kakee View Post

Cheapest matt with 100% sure OC capability? Think of dream seller matte for $326.90 thinking.gif
Yes, so far everyone here could get theirs at least to 80 Hz. 96 Hz is pretty guaranteed.
120 Hz doesn't work for everyone.
Just read the OP.
post #185 of 25922
Almost 110hz guaranteed, PLS, 27", 2560x1440, under $300. There is no reason not to jump all over these right now while they are available.
post #186 of 25922
Lot of listing which is good thumb.gif Found this bigclothcraft X-STAR DP2710 Best, i think.
post #187 of 25922
Is there any particular reason most have chosen a Qnix over an XStar so far (based on poll)? More listings of the former, perhaps? Can't find much else different but want to make sure I'm not missing something.
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post #188 of 25922
If you actually read both threads, you would notice that the X-Stars do not have the same boards, which many people have noted have been more limiting to the overclocks. When questioned, the various sellers have said that the panels are the same, however the boards are "likely the same"....aka they are different. It really won't hurt you to search for your answers. thumb.gif
post #189 of 25922
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Originally Posted by ChaoticG8R View Post

If you actually read both threads, you would notice that the X-Stars do not have the same boards, which many people have noted have been more limiting to the overclocks. When questioned, the various sellers have said that the panels are the same, however the boards are "likely the same"....aka they are different. It really won't hurt you to search for your answers. thumb.gif
There hasn't been any concluding information about worse overclocking though. The sample is still very, very small. And that the sellers say that they are "likely the same" it does not have to mean that they're different.
post #190 of 25922
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Originally Posted by MrGreenankle View Post

There hasn't been any concluding information about worse overclocking though. The sample is still very, very small. And that the sellers say that they are "likely the same" it does not have to mean that they're different.

That is from available information. People have only broken down the Qnix product, perhaps you could vanquish the rumors by ordering a X-Star yourself and disassembling it!
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