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I have owned both, The reds are better on an IPS panel however you do not get as much contrast so it is contestable which one is better, I would go for qnix as it's overclock able. There is also the issue of a temporary burn in that sometimes happens but it goes away in 10 mins.
I didn't notice any temtemporary burn yet
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I didn't notice any temtemporary burn yet
Me either..
 
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So I finally got around to trying to fix my light bleed problem. However, when I took the bezel off, I noticed that the light bleed was being caused by the metal frame underneath pressing on the screen. I took a picture and circled the areas that are too tight on the screen. Any idea how to bend the frame up without damaging the screen? I tried doing it a little bit, but was getting really nervous about breaking it.


How did you come to the conclusion that it was the metal bar pushing down too hard? I'm trying to fix the yellow light bleed on my screen as well.

Otherwise I would just try very gently with my fingers to keep raising the metal bar. The metal bar gets easily bent with using screw drivers but I know its very close to the screen so you have to be careful since you don't want to use the screen as leverage in case on breaks
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Hey guys im still on page 5 of this thread was just wanting some input on the monitor im about to get since my thread isnt seeing much of a response, its a Qnix QX2700 but with HDMI and IPS panel will it be alright in comparison the PLS variant or should i look elsewhere?

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/New-QNIX-QX2700-LED-HDMI-Evolution-27-2560x1440-WQHD-LED-IPS-Computer-Monitor-/110999782383?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19d81a43ef

Thanks
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So I finally got around to trying to fix my light bleed problem. However, when I took the bezel off, I noticed that the light bleed was being caused by the metal frame underneath pressing on the screen. I took a picture and circled the areas that are too tight on the screen. Any idea how to bend the frame up without damaging the screen? I tried doing it a little bit, but was getting really nervous about breaking it.


You can remove the frame so you could manipulate it without hurting the screen.


Is there any other repository of profiles? All the ones linked in the beginning aren't quite right, MenacingTuba's being the closest.
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Hey guys im still on page 5 of this thread was just wanting some input on the monitor im about to get since my thread isnt seeing much of a response, its a Qnix QX2700 but with HDMI and IPS panel will it be alright in comparison the PLS variant or should i look elsewhere?

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/New-QNIX-QX2700-LED-HDMI-Evolution-27-2560x1440-WQHD-LED-IPS-Computer-Monitor-/110999782383?pt=Computer_Monitors&hash=item19d81a43ef

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Different monitors. The QX700 is the variant of the Catleap/Shimians.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1293740/qnix-qx2700-27-korean-monitor-review
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I didn't notice any temtemporary burn yet

Leave chrome running for 2 hours and it happens, its not like its a big deal. Mine went away in 5-10 minutes of doing something else.
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Different monitors. The QX700 is the variant of the Catleap/Shimians.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1293740/qnix-qx2700-27-korean-monitor-review

Thanks im going over that thread to see if theres any potential down sides of getting that model, seem power brick is an issue for some
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Leave chrome running for 2 hours and it happens, its not like its a big deal. Mine went away in 5-10 minutes of doing something else.

Doesn't the screensaver prevent this?
    
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It seems to me that most people have some kind of minor issue with these monitors, has any one got a good one with no issues ?

I understand they are cheap but I was just wondering what the chance of getting a good one is...I bought this one btw.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/140963404028?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2649
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