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Originally Posted by caenlen View Post

So I have two X-Star Monitors now, can I overclocked both of them or just one while the other stays at 60hz? I plan to use one monitor for netflix while I game on the other. Never done the overclocking on a multi-monitor setup before, is it even possible?

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Didn't work for me... sigh AMD... why do you do this to me.

edit: nm i figured it out, i just did it the traditional way using CRU --- now i have 1 monitor at 110hz my gaming primary, and netlfix youtube on my second monitor is still running at 60hz which is A-OK with me
Edited by caenlen - 1/13/15 at 11:51pm
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So I am trying to put a QNIX in the middle and 2 vertical monitors to the right and left of it. using it as extended displays. My Qnix is on its way but I wanted to purchase a VESA mount and vertical monitors while I wait. I currently have a 20inch monitor would that be about the same height as the qnix monitor if lined up vertically with it.

Also if someone could tell me the dimensions of the screen without the stand?
post #22313 of 25887
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Originally Posted by ucantescape1992 View Post

Can anyone using the HP ZR22w Monitor Stand let me know if they've had stability problems due to weight? I'm sick and tired of the POS stock Qnix stand and I'd like at least pivot and height adjustment, swivel would be nice too.

  • I have it and it doesn't raise up the monitor, it just slides back down because of the weight, its designed for 22 inch monitors. So height adjustment is a no go. And turning it to portrait mode is possible but the monitor will be resting on the desk (due to the weight) therefore it will be tilted upwards and not that useful.
  • I should also mention that the monitor with this stand is slightly rotated to the right, as if you're placing your hand on the top right and pushing it down. I don't notice this normally but when stand and take a few steps back and look at it from a distance its clear.
  • Swivel left and right works great. Also, tilting up and down works great < this helps me when I'm tired of sitting and want to stand up a bit.


So, get this stand if you want a sturdy replacement to the stock stand with swivel and tilt capabilities. If you want height adjustment and portrait mode, look elsewhere.

Here are some pictures of the stand: Keep in mind that its fully raised up just because it was new, after that it just slides back down. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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here it is, you can see the dell stand behind

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This is the tallest height
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Maximum tilt
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vertical rotation
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Originally Posted by egyptionsr2buff View Post

So I am trying to put a QNIX in the middle and 2 vertical monitors to the right and left of it. using it as extended displays. My Qnix is on its way but I wanted to purchase a VESA mount and vertical monitors while I wait. I currently have a 20inch monitor would that be about the same height as the qnix monitor if lined up vertically with it.

Also if someone could tell me the dimensions of the screen without the stand?
39.8 X 64.4 cm
Edited by Sempre - 1/14/15 at 12:09pm
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post #22314 of 25887
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hi again

I managed to open the monitor and got some pics. Can somebody tell if there is something wrong with the board because i obviously don't know anything about electronics
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)






Thanks

so, i opened the monitor and i found out that it uses the Samsung's ltm270dl02 panel. I searched google and found out that this panel belongs to the flicker free list.
https://www.google.gr/search?q=ltm270dl02+flicker&rlz=1C9BKJA_enGR593GR593&oq=ltm270dl02+flicker&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome-mobile&espvd=1&ie=UTF-8&hl=el

So i have to ask, can other factors cause flicker to the monitor?

All thoughts are welcomed

Regards
post #22315 of 25887
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Originally Posted by Sploosh View Post

I'm pretty livid right now. I debezeled my monitor to look for the source of the panel play, and found that they have changed the way they secure the screen to the body of the monitor. They have it just resting between four metal corners, which are bent so the screen tilts and slides all over the place. Wow I was not expecting this. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)





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Hey Bro! looking the pics I think you monitor doesn't have any BLB? correct?
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Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

Here are some pics posted my MenacingTuba comparing the old and the new versions of the panel. Newer versions on the right hand side.


96Hz

cmp3.10.3.1Lq4 0x6facf20d


60Hz

cmp3.10.3.1Lq4 0x797e8d6b

Is too much the difference!
Exist some operation to know if We have bought a new panel or the old panel(if we were lucky..)? just some code to look..
post #22316 of 25887
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Originally Posted by N3RORE View Post

Hey Bro! looking the pics I think you monitor doesn't have any BLB? correct?

It has no noticeable bleed, just the usual faint marks around the edges, but nothing glaring. It only looks like there's bleed or color washout in the lower two corners, but that's most likely because of my poor positioning. When I shift my view it vanishes - with proper placement it should be unnoticeable. As you can see, they taped up the edges before shipping the monitor. The panel is quite good - no bad pixels either.

What I'm upset about is that to actually get it working properly, it will need to be completely removed from the frame and set up with a custom mount. The corners are out of whack and there's a 2 mm gap between the screen and the front panel that allows for a lot of play. According to the place I ordered it from in Korea, "a 2 mm gap is perfectly normal". Which was shocking as I've never had panel play in a monitor before.
post #22317 of 25887
how can i check if i have a new or older model qnix panel?
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Originally Posted by samwisekoi View Post

The Tomb Raider benchmark with TressFX looks really, really good. 30fps, so that blows. I guess I can either decide it looks "cinematic" or actually build my dual 290X gaming rig.

biggrin.gif LOL

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Originally Posted by yasamoka View Post

If the power brick outputs 12V, you could power the Qnix out of a Molex PSU connector.

I've been thinking of doing this. How can i make sure my 12V PSU Molex's output is 5A? I found this: www.amazon.com/dp/B00K53I1JY


I don't know if it is a simple plug and play process or i have to mod in a fuse or something like that.
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How can i make sure my 12V PSU Molex's output is 5A?

Iirc, molex should be rated for ~10A, but looking at your spec list you're already running 2 R9 290's and a 4770k off a 760W PSU, powering a monitor too might push it over its limits.
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

Iirc, molex should be rated for ~10A, but looking at your spec list you're already running 2 R9 290's and a 4770k off a 760W PSU, powering a monitor too might push it over its limits.

Of course, yeah i wont be doing this with my current setup. Ill propably upgrade my psu in the near future anyway.

The stock power brick outputs 12v 5A, I dont know if 12v 10A will harm the monitor or not? Thats why i asked if i should mod it or just plug and play.
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