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post #19451 of 25864
Guys...GPU is doing the scaling. This is pretty clear when you take a good look at the control panel and what the options do.

The monitor still lacks a scaler. 1440p signal or bust on these monitors. That means you need a device that can output a 1440p signal. PCs do it by performing the upscaling on the GPU. PS3 / 360 / etc... cannot upscale 1080p to 1440p, and probably don't support a 1440p output in the first place.
post #19452 of 25864
To anyone looking at the 2560 Korean Monitor

I messaged all of the main sellers multiple times with questions and $329 was the best price for Perfect Pixel from a seller who offers to pay return shipping if you have a serious problem.

Currently redcap has a perfect pixel for $304 ($334-$30) but does not list free return shipping so take that into account.
post #19453 of 25864
Have there been instances of perfectly good monitors randomly dying months or weeks later
post #19454 of 25864
Don't buy the qnix TRUE10 1440p overclockable from AccessoriesWhole ---- terrible monitor, won't overclock any!!!! i have another qnix that oc's just fine.... got it from dream seller like over a year ago...


wow cant belive this, sucks so bad, im out 300 bucks, unless i want to pay 120 to ship it back...
post #19455 of 25864
Well it's not like there aren't a thousand and one posts on here warning people to NOT buy the true10 regardless of whether they promise it will overclock or not. It's been mentioned veryvery often. They do not overclock!
post #19456 of 25864
Thanks everyone for the help.

How often has Accessorieswhole sent True10's instead of the advertised QX2710's? I would suspect that he'd lose alot of business if he sent a different item than what he's advertising, but a couple of people did mention it to me... just wondering if I should even worry about that. I'd hate to pay 120 for return shipping in the event that I get one
post #19457 of 25864
I have two issues with my otherwise good monitor. I can't adjust the brightness for one, which is fine with f.lux, but I don't know if it may be indicative of a worse problem. And when I turn off my computer but not the monitor the blue led flashes red. Only if I turn off the monitor manually does the led turn off completely.
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Well it's not like there aren't a thousand and one posts on here warning people to NOT buy the true10 regardless of whether they promise it will overclock or not. It's been mentioned veryvery often. They do not overclock!

I will add this information into the FAQ in the OP, if it already isn't there
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I will add this information into the FAQ in the OP, if it already isn't there

That would be great wntrsnowg. You would save a lot of time for many buyers thumb.gif
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post #19460 of 25864
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I will add this information into the FAQ in the OP, if it already isn't there

Hey, thanks for putting this thread together. I just repped all of your posts (for what ever it's worth.)

I just got one question regarding the input lag though. In the FAQ you clearly do not recommend it for fast paced shooters. My main use for now will be BF4... and a number of other owners have recommended it to me regardless. Do you think I'll get any significant blur in BF4?

TY
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