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Thread/club renaming
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I think that's unnecessarily limiting. We could have called it the Qnix club before. Also, I don't know how they're picking their brands names, but they are kinda lame. Anyone else agree?
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Originally Posted by PapaSmurf6768 View Post

I sort of agree, but sort of don't. The Korean PLS monitors people are buying now are either Qnix or X-Star, changing the thread title won't limit anyone. However, maybe you should just put "(Qnix and X-Star)" at the end so people know what you're talking about, opposed to just the generic "Korean monitor."

Also, make sure you guys give wntrsnowg (The OP) some Rep+ for all the work he's putting into this thread!

How about "The Korean PLS Monitor Club (Qnix & X-Star)"

p.s. thanks for the reps. I will continue to monitor thread and update the OP thumb.gif
Edited by wntrsnowg - 4/26/13 at 4:41pm
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I don't know, because the frequency of the scan lines changes from cable to cable (I don't even get scan lines at all on the desktop with one cable, but it's too short).

Also, this monoprice cable is so heavy and thick the end of the cable won't fit straight into the port. It's on an angle, and I'm afraid it's pulling the actual port with it. Is this a problem, or can the port handle this heavy cable pulling it to the side?

You didn't mention the cables were different lengths. The shorter the cable, the less signal degradation. I don't think it's the fault of monoprice or the thickness if the lengths are different. I doubt you'll get a long one that works if the 24AWG one didn't work. I have the monoprice 10' 24AWG and zero issues at 120Hz besides the cloudiness on the right that I still believe everyone is getting, even if they don't notice it right away.

You're probably just struggling with a monitor that can't quite pull it off, and the shorter cable is just helping a bit.
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So i've had my XSTAR DP2710 Matte for 2 days now. Absolutely love it, 1440p is just awesome colours are amazing.
I paid $288 and $22 for duty/tax into Canada thanks to bigclothcraft marking it at $90. Some have paid $50-60 duty. $310 all in for this monitor is an absolute steal.
I got one dead pixel and some minor backlight bleed. I have had it overclocked to 110hz for a day now, done some gaming and ran furmark for an hour any did not see any lines.
Also didn't get the brightness fading that others have.


At 120hz i have lines everywhere, but i'm pretty positive with a better cable and GPU on the way (right now i have a 5830) i will be able to hit 120hz no problem. If you're still on the brink about getting one of these just do it. The price is only going to go up. I did a mini unboxing and some screen caps check them out here: http://imgur.com/a/SpNCV
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I did a mini unboxing and some screen caps check them out here: http://imgur.com/a/SpNCV

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Considering my X-Star has a higher overclock than anyone else has posted so far with a QNIX, I'm not sure I can agree with that.

You also said that you could not replicate the overclock using a different card...
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I have just ordered a QNIX QX2710 from green-sum but I don't know if it is Glossy or Matte.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/140934439651?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1439.l2649

I don't have a preference so I will wait and see what it is like. Thanks to the people who said they are using these monitors with a 5870 as all the sellers seem to list it as unsupported!
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Ordered Qnix Qx2710 from Hulustar on 4/23/2013 and received on 4/26/2013 @ Wash. DC. so far so good. over clocked to 96 Mhz. Haven't tried going over that yet. Now to check for dead pixels and bleeding issue.
So far loving it
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