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Follow up question about the wallmount. I want it to be slim on the wall like a painting. The screen will be big enough so I don't think I will need to pull it closer to me.

So here's 4 mounts I'm considering

1. http://en.newstar.eu/products/artikeldetails/?artdetail=FPMA-W110&webgroupfilter=26&alstart=0

2. http://en.newstar.eu/products/artikeldetails/?artdetail=FPMA-W25&webgroupfilter=26&alstart=0

3. http://en.newstar.eu/products/artikeldetails/?artdetail=FPMA-W50&webgroupfilter=26&alstart=0

4. http://en.newstar.eu/products/artikeldetails/?artdetail=FPMA-W815&webgroupfilter=26&alstart=0

The first 3 are fixed, can't move the monitor, the only difference I guess is that one is a few mm's more away from the wall.
The 4th one you can tilt/swivel and turn, but it's 9cm's from the wall.
I would go with the 4th one..There is a box in the back of the monitor so its going to be a little bit away from the wall anyways..You see the square in the back that sticks out..

 
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post #2232 of 25887
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I would go with the 4th one..There is a box in the back of the monitor so its going to be a little bit away from the wall anyways..You see the square in the back that sticks out..
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Hhmm yes, but it's minimal

If I take the 4th one might as well pick this, just saw it, it's 5€ more and you get longer arm

http://en.newstar.eu/products/artikeldetails/?artdetail=FPMA-W825&webgroupfilter=26&alstart=0
post #2233 of 25887
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Hhmm yes, but it's minimal

If I take the 4th one might as well pick this, just saw it, it's 5€ more and you get longer arm

http://en.newstar.eu/products/artikeldetails/?artdetail=FPMA-W825&webgroupfilter=26&alstart=0
And when you are done using it looks like it will sit pretty flush to the wall..thumb.gif
 
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Do all of the Qnix QX2710 monitors overclock?

Also, there seems to be quite a few to choose from in the UK on ebay (I assume this is the best place to order one from?):-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_odkw=Qnix+QX2710&_sop=15&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0&_nkw=Qnix+QX2710&_sacat=0

Which one is the best to go with?

Thanks,
Chris.
Edited by Chrisoldinho - 5/29/13 at 1:34am
post #2235 of 25887
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I haven't overclocked yet. Only running a 7950 so I don't think overclocking would really do all that much for me. Who knows though, might try it out one day however. thumb.gif

WIth a 7950 i would definitely overclock. I'm sitting with a 7850 and i can push around 80 FPS in bf3, with lowered settings ofc. But in other less demanding games like League, CS and stuff like that it looks just smoooooth tongue.gif
    
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Do all of the Qnix QX2710 monitors overclock?

Also, there seems to be quite a few to choose from in the UK on ebay (I assume this is the best place to order one from?):-

http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?_odkw=Qnix+QX2710&_sop=15&_osacat=0&_from=R40&_trksid=p2045573.m570.l1313.TR0.TRC0&_nkw=Qnix+QX2710&_sacat=0

Which one is the best to go with?

Thanks,
Chris.
Just make sure you get one with only a Dual Link DVI input..I have seen some newer ones with multiple inputs..And yes as of now they all can be OCed..
 
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I tried it at 120hz and got green lines..I was able to do 90hz at 500 back porch settings and the color was the same as when i use 120hz..So for me it did nothing.But i probably did it wrong since i have no idea what i am doing..doh.gif

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I just found a cool 120hz tester site..Thought i would share..Go to this site with your monitor set to 60hz..Set both baseballs to 120hz..Notice how they jump around and are blurry?Well change your monitor to 120hz and wow its amazing..And after looking at the baseballs at 120hz set your monitor back to 60hz..It looks horrible..I just thought i would share that..Also i don't really notice any motion blur..

http://frames-per-second.appspot.com/
 
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Just make sure you get one with only a Dual Link DVI input..I have seen some newer ones with multiple inputs..And yes as of now they all can be OCed..

Thank you for the quick reply, so is there any reason to purchase a more expensive 2B Extreme / Overlord with the exception of it being a Samsung PLS panel as opposed to an LG IPS?

Chris.
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