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Yes they are...and for cheap too, gets a little darker when I OC, need to compensate for that.
Edited by lee63 - 5/30/13 at 8:19pm
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Also, for the people looking to replace the stock stand, I would recommend this one

http://www.ebay.com/itm/120857358937?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2648


swivels to landscape and also has USB ports, similar to the dell ultrasharp stands

That does look like a decent stand. If I wasn't running my tripple stand, I'd look into that.
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Hmm not in China either. I really don't want to bother with removing the stem...but damn that is nice.
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What doe it mean when you start to get red flickering lines on the screen? I overclocked mine to 120hz but i get this red flickering lines on the screen, does that mean it can't go that far? I also tried to increase the vertical lines that was mentioned a few pages back, tried it at 100hz and raised it to 500 but i was starting to get those red lines through the screen again
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What doe it mean when you start to get red flickering lines on the screen? I overclocked mine to 120hz but i get this red flickering lines on the screen, does that mean it can't go that far? I also tried to increase the vertical lines that was mentioned a few pages back, tried it at 100hz and raised it to 500 but i was starting to get those red lines through the screen again

Sounds like your refresh rate is too high and it artifacts. Naturally you should lower it until you maintain a stable refresh. I'm sure other owners will chime in and give you some more advice.

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What doe it mean when you start to get red flickering lines on the screen? I overclocked mine to 120hz but i get this red flickering lines on the screen, does that mean it can't go that far? I also tried to increase the vertical lines that was mentioned a few pages back, tried it at 100hz and raised it to 500 but i was starting to get those red lines through the screen again
Try running 120hz on lcd reduced on CRU I believe that's what it's called.. That 500 back porch setting only worked for me at 90hz as I got green lines on my screen any higher..
 
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What doe it mean when you start to get red flickering lines on the screen? I overclocked mine to 120hz but i get this red flickering lines on the screen, does that mean it can't go that far? I also tried to increase the vertical lines that was mentioned a few pages back, tried it at 100hz and raised it to 500 but i was starting to get those red lines through the screen again

Yeah I got red scan lines when I first tried 120Hz but just once or twice but that was in 2D (Desktop). I also did not have my cable screwed in tightly enough on both top and bottom which later led to no image on screen problems later. A long shot but something to be aware of. I suppose it stands to reason that the higher the bandwidth needed the more the cable connection integrity matters but that is all pure speculation.
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Also, for the people looking to replace the stock stand, I would recommend this one

http://www.ebay.com/itm/120857358937?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1497.l2648


swivels to landscape and also has USB ports, similar to the dell ultrasharp stands

That does look like a decent stand. If I wasn't running my tripple stand, I'd look into that.

Yeah that is a nice stand. But can anyone comment on the monoprice stand(http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?p_id=5561&seq=1&format=2)? Similarly priced, but has a larger spanning footprint on a desk. I am wondering if anyone knows the thickness of the monoprice monitor base, that sits on the desk?
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Doesn't the screensaver prevent this?

Not if you're reading overclock for two hours tongue.gif the exit and search bar are constant so they burn in.
Edited by Feild Scarecrow - 5/30/13 at 9:35pm
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Well the deed is done after reaserching/cost factor ive just ordered the Matte X-Star DP2710 from hulustar, lets hope everything turns out good. It was the promo 0-2 dead pxiel model and after all the currency conversion its came to $313 cad shipped. I'll post pics when it gets in here
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